use a single log file for stdout and stderr

master
George Danchev 11 years ago
parent d2033fa31d
commit 8adba1d7c3
  1. 20
      releng/run_all_releng

@ -4,8 +4,8 @@ set -e
SELF=$(basename "$0")
GEN_DATA_DIR=releng_generated_data
CLOG1=${GEN_DATA_DIR}/log.${SELF}.1
CLOG2=${GEN_DATA_DIR}/log.${SELF}.2
CLOG=${GEN_DATA_DIR}/log.${SELF}
PASSED_OPTIONS=""
if [ "${1}" == "-cleanup" ]; then
@ -18,7 +18,7 @@ else
cat << HLP
${SELF} runs executables from CWD starting with releng_*.
stdout/stderr output stored in ${GEN_DATA_DIR}/log.*
stdout/stderr output stored in ${CLOG}
${SELF} -rc [-keep]
${SELF} -cleanup
@ -28,18 +28,19 @@ HLP
fi
########################################################
> ${CLOG1}
> ${CLOG2}
> ${CLOG}
DSTART=`date --utc`
printf "\n${SELF}: Started at ${DSTART}"
E1=`date '+%s'`
# require ^releng_, avoid running (your)self explcitly
for s in `ls | grep ^releng_ | grep -v ${SELF} | sort -n`; do
if [ -x ${s} -a ! -d ${s} ]; then
printf "\n${SELF}: Running ./${s} ${PASSED_OPTIONS}..."
# tee(1) does trailing \n, which is unwanted in that case
printf "\n${SELF}: Running ./${s} ${PASSED_OPTIONS}..."
echo -e "\n${SELF}: Running ./${s} ${PASSED_OPTIONS}..." >> ${CLOG}
T1=`date '+%s'`
set +e
./${s} ${PASSED_OPTIONS} 1>>${CLOG1} 2>>${CLOG2}
./${s} ${PASSED_OPTIONS} &>> ${CLOG}
RET=$?
T2=`date '+%s'`
let TS="${T2} - ${T1}"
@ -59,13 +60,12 @@ fi
printf "\n${SELF}: Stopped at ${DEND}.\n"
if [ "${1}" == "-cleanup" ]; then
rm -f "${CLOG1}" "${CLOG2}"
rm -f "${CLOG}"
else
E2=`date '+%s'`
let ES="${E2} - ${E1}"
printf "\n${SELF}: Total time elapsed ${ES} sec."
printf "\n${SELF}: stdout saved in ${CLOG1}."
printf "\n${SELF}: stderr saved in ${CLOG2}.\n"
printf "\n${SELF}: stdout&stderr saved in ${CLOG}.\n"
fi
exit 0

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