Actually, now that I think about it more, in a remote execution environment, it's
possible that by the time the script gets run, it's not even running on the same
machine, which means it'll have its own /tmp. If that's the case, then my next
thought is a NFS path to your home directory which is valid on any possible execution
machine. And pre-creating the file mode 0666 becomes more likely to be necessary.
On Nov 12, 2021, at 1:16 PM, Roy Smith
No matter how screwed up your env, path, choice of shell, output redirection, etc are,
that's pretty much guaranteed to dump some useful information into someplace where you
can find it.