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query regarding  make_recovery

Posted on 2004-09-29
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Hi all

Iam  using the following command
make_recovery -A -v -d  /dev/rmt/c3t3d0BESTn  1> /tmp/log

Since I will be uisng crontab to execute this command  I used 1> so that entire output on the screen goes to /tmp/log

But this does not work as desired only the last few lines are stored in the file and rest other information still appears on the screen.

i wanted the entire output on the screen to get stored in the /tmp/log

Sagar

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put  "2>&1" on the end of the (cron)  command line, so error & warning messages are captured to the log
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