I need some creative ideas to handle the following. I run a Bourne shell
script which produces a very large log file. I do need all of the output for
my records. Currently, the log file is comprised of stdout and stderr.
Most of each log file is unique enough that the output from a diff of
the latest run of the script with a known 'good' run of the script would
be virtually all of the log file. What I would like to do, is get a copy of
stderr while retaining the stdout, and stderr in the original log file. I would
like to do it without disrupting the placement of the stderr and stdout
statements in the original log. ANY and ALL idea's will be appreciated.
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