On 24/02/2011, Braun Brelin <bbrelin at gmail.com> wrote:
> I'm trying to write a small ksh script that will call mysql (and mysqladmin)
>> What I'd like to do is catch the output of mysqladmin and process errors
> rather than have the mysqladmin or mysql command print the errors out on
I'm not sure from the question, but are you asking for something other
than "2> stderr_file", or possibly "2>&1"?
You can fairly easily catch stdout, or stderr, or stdout+stderr, but
if you want to catch both stdout and stderr, you pretty much need to
use at least one file.
Hope this helps,
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