From: Sven Mascheck on 25 Mar 2010 19:39
> /path/to/my_script.sh 2>/dev/null | tee /path/to/log_file
> I want to check the output from script '/path/to/my_script.sh'
> immediately without having to wait for the buffer to be full.
> [...] BTW. most of the output in the script "/path/to/my_script.sh"
> are from the 'echo' command.
In that case, sh -c "echo x;sleep 1"|tee, I can't see any block buffering.
Not even with sh -c "echo x|grep .;sleep 1"|tee.
What and how many commands in your script are fully buffered?