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Old 07-22-2009
directing output to multiple files

I have a script in which some outputs are directed to one file

echo "Load Started" >>${LOGFILE1}

If I have another file LOGFILE2 and i want to redirect the output of the above echo command to LOGFILE2 as well with the same command line... how can i do that?

Thanks
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Old 07-22-2009
Code:
echo "Load Started" | tee -a  ${LOGFILE2} >>${LOGFILE1}

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Old 07-22-2009
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Originally Posted by vgersh99
Code:
echo "Load Started" | tee -a  ${LOGFILE2} >>${LOGFILE1}

Excellent.

Thanks a lot.

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