Grant Peel wrote:
The standard stream stdout has the assigned number 1, and the stderr has
number 2. The >/dev/null redirects stdout to /dev/null and 2>&1 means
redirecting stderr to stdout, so it goes to /dev/null as well.
When using cron, I understand the >/dev/null thing OK, but what
exactly does >2&1 do? Is it usefull anywhere else? Where might one
find ducumentation on it?
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