-O, --err

Specifies the path to write error messages.




In TenUp, any non-zero exit code indicates an error. More information can be found in the error log. By default, ERR is set to STDERR, which specifies that log data should be printed in the console. Users can specify a location and a file name instead. TenUp will create that file in a specified location, if one is specified, and write log data to that file. The extension for this file should be .1010err.
-O [FILE_NAME].1010err
Users can use += to specify that TenUp should append to ERR.