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esxi5 ssh output to txt file

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HI, im trying to determine some memory ballooning issues on the esxi host,

I have the command I need to run to show me what I want, but its just too much info to be displayed on my putty ssh window, so it only shows me the end of it, which doesn't have what I need.


anyway I can get the whole output of my command to a txt file or something where I can see all of it?
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Andrew Hancock (VMware vExpert / EE MVE^2) earned 200 total points
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Using PuTTY, you can set Session - Logging - All session output to a Log File!

PuTTY Console Output

So ALL Console SSH information,text etc is logged to this file.
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Hi,

I used this site to use what you have asked.

http://my.kualo.com/knowledgebase/888-how-to-create-a-log-file-of-your-putty-session.html

Please let me know if it helped you
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