sendmail temp files

sendmail temp files

Post by Jean-Pierre Radle » Tue, 10 Feb 1998 04:00:00

| Do I have to rm /usr/tmp/lma* or does the system
| remove them by itself?

Worst case: /usr/lib/cleantmp should be in root's crontab.



1. Write to 2 file from pipe without using temp file

I have a script which generate the following outputs :-

1123000  23445  883450  7780
2250000  11793  23356  8810

The script is something like :-

script1 | script2 | script3

Is it possible to pipe to another script to write the first 2 columns to
and the last 2 columns to file2 without using a temp file ?

Y W Wong

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