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  • How would I log the results of tracert and netstat? (separtate .bats and log files)
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    2011年10月11日 8:28

回答

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



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    2011年10月11日 8:37

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



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    2011年10月11日 8:37
  • 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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    2011年10月11日 8:45
  • 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?
    2011年10月11日 8:55
  • 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"
    • 編集済み Bigteddy 2011年10月11日 9:06
    2011年10月11日 9:06
  • Ok, I thought that since it was dealing kinda with the question also but it doesn't hurt to ask.
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    2011年10月12日 3:34
  • 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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    2011年10月12日 3:41
  • 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"

    • 編集済み Bigteddy 2011年10月12日 6:16
    2011年10月12日 6:16