FAQ
Try this:

date > /tmp/myfile.txt:
   cmd.run

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Colton Myers
Platform Engineer, SaltStack
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On Nov 5, 2014, at 7:10 AM, pruebassalt@gmail.com wrote:

I need to retrieve the output of a command and write it to a file on the master, anyone know how?

In my example.sls:

date:
cmd.run

I run:

salt '*' state.highstate

stdout:
Sun Nov 2 10:22:59 CET 2014


pd: sorry I am begginer

Thank you!

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