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  • How would I log the results of tracert and netstat? (separtate .bats and log files)
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    martedì 11 ottobre 2011 08:28

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  • tracert google.com > c:\temp\log.txt



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    • Contrassegnato come risposta Oliver Lipkau martedì 11 ottobre 2011 13:31
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  • tracert google.com > c:\temp\log.txt



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    • Contrassegnato come risposta Oliver Lipkau martedì 11 ottobre 2011 13:31
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  • Now how do I create a new log with the date and time in the name each time it is ran?
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    martedì 11 ottobre 2011 08:45
  • Now how do I create a new log with the date and time in the name each time it is ran?
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    This is called "scope creep": Adding a new requirement each time the previous question is answered. Are there other requirements you have? Since this is an FAQ, have you checked the script repository?
    martedì 11 ottobre 2011 08:55
  • This is called "scope creep": Adding a new requirement each time the previous question is answered. Are there other requirements you have? Since this is an FAQ, have you checked the script repository?

    I like the term "scope creep".  Robopwner, I think it would be best to start with a new question:

    "How do I create files with today's date and time as the filename"


    [string](0..9|%{[char][int](32+("39826578840055658268").substring(($_*2),2))})-replace "\s{1}\b"
    • Modificato Bigteddy martedì 11 ottobre 2011 09:06
    martedì 11 ottobre 2011 09:06
  • Ok, I thought that since it was dealing kinda with the question also but it doesn't hurt to ask.
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    mercoledì 12 ottobre 2011 03:34
  • Now how do I create a new log with the date and time in the name each time it is ran?
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    %date% and %time%
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    mercoledì 12 ottobre 2011 03:41
  • Now how do I create a new log with the date and time in the name each time it is ran?
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    This will do the trick:

     

    @echo off
     for /f "tokens=1" %%i in ('date /t') do set todaydate=%%i
     set today=%todaydate:~6,4%-%todaydate:~3,2%-%todaydate:~0,2%
    
     for /f "tokens=1" %%i in ('time /t') do set todaytime=%%i
     set now=%todaytime:~0,2%%todaytime:~3,2%
    
    set datetime=%today%_%now%
    
    netstat > NS_%datetime%.txt
    tracert google.com > TR_%datetime%.txt
    
    

     


    [string](0..9|%{[char][int](32+("39826578840055658268").substring(($_*2),2))})-replace "\s{1}\b"

    • Modificato Bigteddy mercoledì 12 ottobre 2011 06:16
    mercoledì 12 ottobre 2011 06:16