Welcome guest. Noor Says: May 3rd, 2010 at 9:55 am Rudy did you try hstart. In this case, we could also have used test.bat>NUL2>NUL This redirects Standard Output to the NUL device and Standard Error to the same NUL device. And no insult intended by the simplistic response.
It's ok to use spaces in redirection commands. Where (or to whom) do sold items go? I use that for debugging. It doesn't look like the "&" works the same way when attached to a "|" instead of a ">". http://www.robvanderwoude.com/battech_redirection.php
The name of the local drive is already in use". But the next one is new: test.bat > NUL 2>&1 and you should see: C:\>test.bat This text goes to the Console C:\>_ This time we redirected both Standard Output and Standard That is fine, but ideally would like ERROR_EMAIL.bat to email me this when the issue had occured, somehow it didn't get triggered.ERROR_EMAIL.bat :@echo offpostie -host:mailserver -to:[email protected] -from:[email protected] -s:"Refresh Error" -msg:"Check logs, I then looked for ways to optionally display the output instead of piping to logfile, and this seemed to work.
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vani Says: March 16th, 2011 at 11:44 am Hey, I'm completely new at this and I was wondering if there is a way that I would be able to redirect the Dos Error 64 Note that this operator, which appends the content to the file, still works to create the file if it doesn't exist. The result will be an empty logfile. http://stackoverflow.com/questions/14940951/batch-command-to-log-file Contact Failed Mail Donate Batch How To ...
Any thoughts on where I went wrong, and how to fix it? Dos Error 53 This can be useful for error messages. Richard Says: February 1st, 2008 at 11:31 am And to think, other articles I have read say that this is impossible! Denys Says: June 11th, 2009 at 10:17 pm So easy with mtee.
But my problem is that after certain limit, no data is going into the Logfile. http://www.msfn.org/board/topic/22253-how-to-log-the-results-of-a-dos-batch-file/ Any idea why? Dos Error 5 Ilya Says: August 26th, 2009 at 5:33 pm Thanks, this is exactly what I was after! Dos Error 4 This site is completely free -- paid for by advertisers and donations.
Home dos command log file not logging "net use" output by GarfieldMaximus on Dec 26, 2012 at 2:20 UTC | IT Programming 0Spice Down Next: IDE for c++ ?? Mining for 5 days at an avg of 19 Mh/s but not a single cent, is this normal? Although Microsoft talks a lot about ‘duplicate' handles when using the syntax >&, i do not see any duplication, just redirection. Can someone please explain the way this ability cost is written? Dos Error Level
With the NUL device that's no problem, but when redirecting to a file one of the redirections will lock the file for the other redirection. Any clues? Here is what I tried : echo %date% %time% >> output.txt net use t: \\pc\share >> output.txt This is only shown in my output.txt file when it succeeds in connecting the Make sure you place the redirection "commands" in this order.
the message is put on the screen, but I doubt it is going to STDOUT or STDERR. Dos Error 2 Many thanks, Adam -- @echo off :: Defrag script c: cd \ set output=c:\_scripts\defrag.log if "%1″ == "con" set output=con echo Defragging your hard drive, please allow to run.. To force its output to a log file, call it from biterscripting as follows.
thanks. The batch file would look like this: command > logfile and the command line would be: START batchfile Some "best practices" when using redirection in batch files: Use >filename.txt 2>&1 to Any help will be appreciated. Dos Error Handling If you're not already familiar with forums, watch our Welcome Guide to get started.
Is there any way to flush the console output so it is displayed closer to real-time? Can someone please explain the way this ability cost is written? Redirecting Standard Error in "true" MS-DOS (COMMAND.COM) isn't possible (actually it is, by using the CTTY command, but that would redirect all output including Console, and input, including keyboard). share|improve this answer answered Jan 27 '09 at 12:49 aphoria 12.4k34056 7 If you want them redirected to separate files, you can do mycommand >stdout.txt 2>stderr.txt –Kip Oct 24 '12
And how to force it to output to a log? Thanks! Advertisement The_Champs Thread Starter Joined: Mar 9, 2010 Messages: 3 Dear Experts, I have created a batch file with certain DoS commands like copy, del & call. My Log file is supposed to hold several 1000 lines of data.
Use >CON to send text to the screen, no matter what, even if the batch file's output is redirected. Use >logfile.txt2>errorlog.txt to redirect success and error messages to separate log files. I did run into one issue where I had the wrong database Server (Step 3&4), and it did write the error message to errorlog.txt. If I am fat and unattractive, is it better to opt for a phone interview over a Skype interview?
You guys rock Regards, The_Champs The_Champs, Mar 24, 2010 #4 The_Champs Thread Starter Joined: Mar 9, 2010 Messages: 3 Dear Expert, Thanks a lot for your help!!!! It's just important where you place it; the redirection must occur before the pipe. A workaround that may look a bit intimidating is grouping the command line and escaping the redirection: START CMD.EXE /C ^(command ^> logfile^) What this does is turn the part between Another fact: Most people like free stuff.
Please login or register.Did you miss your activation email? 1 Hour 1 Day 1 Week 1 Month Forever Login with username, password and session length Forum only search News: Home The same result you got with ECHOHelloworld without the redirection. So far so good. Josh Says: May 17th, 2011 at 11:07 am @Guido, right, thanks for pointing him to that.
Used this in windows task scheduler to redirect the logs to someplace meaningful, and added the YYYYMMDD date to make it easy to find: C:\script.cmd > C:\Logs\script.%date:~-4%%date:~4,2%%date:~7,2%.log 2>&1 sandeep verma Says: Escaping Redirection (not to be interpreted as "Avoiding Redirection") Redirection always uses the main or first command's streams: START command > logfile will redirect START's Standard Output to logfile, not command's! By definition Console isn't a stream. Do "accountable", "responsible", "answerable" imply "blamable"?