logsave is a command line utility used to save the output of a command to a log file. It is typically used to capture the output of long-running commands or scripts and store it in a file for later analysis.
logsave provides a simple and convenient way to save the output of commands to a file, making it an essential tool for system administrators and developers who need to keep a record of the output of their commands for later analysis or reference. It is also useful for debugging, as it provides a way to save the output of commands that produce error messages or unexpected results.
logsave Command Examples
1. Execute command with specified argument(s) and save its output to log file:
# logsave path/to/logfile command
2. Take input from standard input and save it in a log file:
# logsave logfile -
3. Append the output to a log file, instead of replacing its current contents:
# logsave -a logfile command
4. Show verbose output:
# logsave -v logfile command