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comment Is there a way to redirect output to a file without buffering on unix/linux?
Could you please have a look at my (and @cnst 's) "debate" below, I'm guessing the only thing you want is to see the output in the same time as logging it to a file. If you found a solution, let us know about it ;) !
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comment Is there a way to redirect output to a file without buffering on unix/linux?
How I red @JamesDean question : "I redirect to output to a file '> out.txt'" means for me no console output, wait for process to complete while the entire output is redirected. When you are using > you don't see anything on the console. I guess @JamesDean is using the word "buffering" to describe that. I'll post a comment on his question for him to say more about what he wants.
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comment Is there a way to redirect output to a file without buffering on unix/linux?
@cnst Effectively, tee will not avoid some buffering but will only allow you to have a look on what is the output. This is what @JamesDean wanted (as I undestood his question), but I think buffering is not really the problem here. If you have more details, let me know.
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answered Is there a way to redirect output to a file without buffering on unix/linux?
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