How to repeat a bash shell script until success
Fri Jul 14 13:06:00 GMT 2017
On 2017-07-12, Bryan Dunphy wrote:
> I have a shell script, originally created for Mac OS X. that waits
> for an external drive to be mounted (by testing an âlsâ of the
> volumeâs root directory for success) then runs an ârsyncâ command.
> How do I get the script to be run repeatedly until successful exit
> under Cygwin?
> Here is the unmodified Mac OS version of the script:
> if ls /Volumes/Shared >/dev/null 2>/dev/null
> rsync -avz --compress-level=9 --delete-during --partial --exclude 'cache/' aleph.gutenberg.org::gutenberg /Volumes/Shared/Project-Gutenberg
> exit 0
> exit 1
Let the name of your script be "myscript". The following will run
myscript every two seconds until it succeeds.
while ! myscript; do sleep 2; done
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