PC running slow?
Sometimes your computer may display a message stating that the bash script error will continue to be ignored. There can be several reasons for this error. By default, bash scripts practically ignore errors and continue to execute. The first thing we need to do when running our scripts is to enable basic bash error handling options as shown below.
To make bash ignore errors in some commands, you can say the following:
any-arbitrary-command || true
This commit will continue script execution. For example, if you have the following script:
$ cat foodput -eEcho 1any-arbitrary-command || trueEcho 2
$ bash fooonez: binding 3: any-arbitrary-command: command not found2
|| true On the command line, I would say:
$ Get-together-Fooonez: line 3: any-any-command: command not found at all
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EDIT: Going to change the behavior that normally should continue execution only when executing
file cannot be found as part. usually returns an error, you could say:
[[$ (some-random-command 2> & 1) = ~ "File not found"]]
How to disable “exit on non 0” behavior in bash script?
If you pass bash, you can check the overall performance of your script if there is any confusion (exit code other than 0) using this package, which is built into the + e technique. This disables the Output Not 0 behavior:
To illustrate, do the following (the
MissingFile named.txt entry does not exist):
$ cat food#! / bin / bashput -uput -efoo () rm MissingFile.txtecho $ (foo 1[[2> & 1) = ~ "Unsorted file"]]Echo 2$ (uh)Echo 3
$ bash fooone2rm: Unable to delete `MissingFile.txt ': n From such a list or directory
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