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Old 06-04-2009, 11:16 AM
mmurray mmurray is offline
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Originally Posted by dnanian View Post
See the User's Guide, Michael - it explains what arguments are provided to the script.
Thanks. OK the script below seems to work (well once):

Quote:
#! /bin/tcsh -f
#

set target="$4"
set dsfile="$target/DateStamp.txt"
echo "Latest clone was done on `date` " > "${dsfile}"
You end up with a text file called DateStamp on the top level of the volume you are cloning to. In that file is the time of the latest clone in the form:

Quote:
Latest clone was done on Thu Jun 4 23:31:39 CST 2009
Thanks again Dave.

Regards - Michael

PS: Anyone borrowing this script should note that the phrase `a little knowledge is a dangerous thing' was invented in honour of my programming ability :-)
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