[mrtg] How do I suppress output of cfgmaker?
Ed.LaFrance at newmediaems.com
Wed Apr 18 18:31:17 CEST 2007
Hi Eric -
You could always just add something like >/etc/cfg.out to the end of
the cronjob line - you'd get a small file named 'cfg.out' in your
/etc directory (I'm assuming *nix here), but so what.
FWIW, >/dev/null 2>&1 should successfully suppress the output.
At 06:52 AM 4/17/2007, Eric Brander wrote:
>I have cfgmaker running as a cron job nightly on select devices that
>change often. This works great of course, but every day I get an
>email from cron with the output of the cfgmaker process. Is there
>anyway to suppress it? I tried redirecting to null but that didn't
>seem to work.
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