>> Dario García Díaz-Miguel <dgdiaz(a)gmv.com> schrieb am
29.09.2020 um 07:44
I couldn't find an answer or explanation about this error, so I hope
somebody could help me over here.
I use slapcat with head, grep and awk to retrieve some information and store
it into a variable for a shell/bash script.
Whenever I use slapcat, the output prompts the following error:
‑ slapcat: error writing output.
However, the information looked for is correctly retrieved.
My guess is that it's a "broken pipe": Once the end of the pipe has the
information needed, the process terminates while slapcat still tries to write
to the pipe...
What's the reason behind this message? Is there a way to address it or at
least, ignore it and hiding it?
I can't just redirect that output to /dev/null.
Suse 12 SP3
Thank you so much.
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