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Re: time command

From: Francis Litterio
Subject: Re: time command
Date: Mon, 23 Jun 2008 12:53:01 -0400
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Eric Blake wrote:

> According to Yu Cha Yung on 6/23/2008 12:24 AM:
> |    time ls > time.txt
> |    It doesnt show the information of time in time.txt.
> That's because in bash, time is a reserved word, and because time's output
> goes to stderr, not stdout.


> \time ls >time.txt 2>&1

Or use Bash's builtin "command" command, like this:

        command time ls >time.txt 2>&1

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