General :: Script To Ftp A File To Remote Machine - Log The Output To A File?

Feb 5, 2010

I am using below script to ftp a file to remote machine

Code:

#!/bin/bash
ftp -nv <<EOF
open ${SERVER}

[code]....

When I execute the above file its working fine and displaying output on to the screen. How can I log the output to a file?

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