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Log output of bash script when part is run as different user

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I have got a bash script that has two parts.
1. runs a script as a different user (using su -c )
2. when that part finishes, the script does a copy of the files created to another directory
I want to log the output of the entire script into one file. i.e.: internal script>external script> logfile
Whats the best way to do this?

posted Aug 21, 2013 by Abhay Kulkarni

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Why do you think you need to care about the internal called one? you call whatever and say "redirect my output", that belongs to *anything* called by this script with the only exception of stderr

 command 2>> logfile.txt >> logfile.txt
answer Aug 21, 2013 by Mandeep Sehgal
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