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       pee - tee standard input to pipes


       pee [--[no-]ignore-sigpipe] [--[no-]ignore-write-errors] [["command"...]]


       pee is like tee but for pipes. Each command is run and fed a copy of the standard input.
       The output of all commands is sent to stdout.

       Note that while this is similar to tee, a copy of the input is not sent to stdout, like
       tee does. If that is desired, use pee cat ...


       --ignore-sigpipe, --no-ignore-sigpipe
           Do (not) ignore SIGPIPE. Any command started by pee might cause a SIGPIPE when it
           exists. If you ignore SIGPIPE, you probably also want to ignore write errors (see
           below). Ignoring SIGPIPE is the default behaviour.

       --ignore-write-errors, --no-ignore-write-errors
           Do (not) ignore write errors. When a command started by pee is no more accepting data
           via the pipe between itself and pee, a write error occurs in pee. If this error is not
           ignored, pee is going to terminate all child processes and exists. Ignoring write
           errors is the default behaviour.


       tee(1), pipe(7)


       Miek Gieben