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the "date" tag is used to classify questions about date/calendar/time manipulation, visualisation, conversion... on Unix-like systems.

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$ date +"Date : %d/%m/%Y Time : %H.%M.%S" Date : 13/03/2018 Time : 23.10.19 …
answered Mar 14 '18 by RonJohn
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Statically populating env variables works fine, but I need to populate an envvar with the date command. This works: ROOT=/the/script/dir LOG=/the/log/dir */5 * * * * $ROOT/dosomething.sh … >> $LOG/dosomething.out But these entries fail: SHELL=/bin/bash TS=$(/bin/date +"%m%d-%H%M") * * * * * date >> testing1_${TS}.out * * * * * date >> testing2_`/bin/date +"%m%d-%H …
asked Sep 26 '18 by RonJohn