Re: W|tee|F? DataPump doesn't work with Unix tee function?

Have you tried
a) setting LOGFILE i your parameter fiel and parsing that  OR
b) expdp username/incrediblysecretpassword parfile=x.par 2>&1 | tee -
somefile

Bradd Piontek
  "Next to doing a good job yourself,
        the greatest joy is in having someone
        else do a first-class job under your
        direction."
 -- William Feather


On Thu, Jul 2, 2009 at 8:01 AM, Bellows, Bambi (Comsys)
<bbel5@xxxxxxxxxxxx>wrote:

>    Friends –
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> I am trying to mechanize a datapump process and send an email if it fails.
> Problem is that
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> expdp username/incrediblysecretpassword parfile=x.par|tee –a somefile
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> does not, in fact, tee –a anything!  I can do
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> expdp username/incrediblysecretpassword parfile=x.par >somefile 2>somefile
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> but that disables output to the screen, which the user running the job
> certainly wouldn’t like.  So… three questions…
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> 1)       How do you get output onto the screen and into a file without
> using tee?
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> 2)       How in the world did Oracle manage to disable tee in the first
> place?
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> 3)       Why would they want to?
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> Other than that, best wishes to all my good friends for a lovely holiday
> and/or quiet list day!
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> Thanks!
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> Bambi.
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