Re: Password file with over 3000 users.
> Turbo Fredriksson wrote:
> >Actually, it's the other way around:
> >>/dev/null 2>&1
> >You first have to redirect STDOUT, then tell STDERR to go to STDOUT...
On 21.09.07 17:55, Andrew McGlashan wrote:
> I've heard that before many times, but the reverse has never failed me.
But that does not mean it is correct. At least it's probably not what you
wanted to do...
> >>2>&1 > /dev/null to end of command line.
this will redirect stderr to stdout, and then stdout to /dev/null, but
stderr will still be directed to the file stdout was directed to.
only (t)csh redirection >& or |& will redirect both stdout and stderr
together. you can't do that in (da)sh/bash/ksh
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