On Dienstag, 18. Dezember 2007, Alvaro Herrera wrote:
| A.Burbello wrote:
| > If doesn't have another way, how can I put the
| > "header" in the begin of file without open?
| > With "cat >>" command I put in the end.
| Don't -- you can put the header in a separate file and do something like
| (cat header-file ; cat split-1 ; cat tail-file ) | psql
even simpler: "cat" usually takes any number of file name arguments,
so usually you simply can do
cat header-file split-1 tail-file | psql
No need for parentheses and starting a new process for each file.
Thomas Pundt <thomas(dot)pundt(at)rp-online(dot)de> ---- http://rp-online.de/ ----
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