phillip(dot)smith(at)weatherbeeta(dot)com(dot)au ("Phillip Smith") writes:
>> 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.
> After the split files are loaded on the new server file system:
> cat splitfile*.txt > bigfile.txt
> psql < bigfile.txt
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You should think before you attach these sorts of "confidentiality" notices.
If you put them on messages like this that are *OBVIOUSLY* being sent
to publicly-available mailing lists, this may undermine future claims
of material being supposedly-confidential.
In other words, by WRONGLY attaching confidentiality notices, courts
might decide to ignore them even in cases where you imagined they
ought to be legitimate...
let name="cbbrowne" and tld="linuxfinances.info" in String.concat "@" [name;tld];;
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