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Top Forums UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers print the line immediately after a regexp; but regexp is a sentence Post 302257670 by dennis.jacob on Wednesday 12th of November 2008 09:54:08 PM
Old 11-12-2008
Try:
Code:
sed -n '/Thu Nov 13 /{n;p;}'  filename

Output:

Quote:
alter database mount standby database
ALTER DATABASE RECOVER standby database
ALTER DATABASE RECOVER CONTINUE DEFAULT
Media Recovery Log /oracle/P03/oraarch/P03arch1_7314.dbf
ORA-279 signalled during: ALTER DATABASE RECOVER CONTINUE DEFAULT ...
ALTER DATABASE RECOVER CONTINUE DEFAULT
Media Recovery Log /oracle/P03/oraarch/P03arch1_7315.dbf
 
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ALTER 
TRIGGER(7) SQL Commands ALTER TRIGGER(7) NAME
ALTER TRIGGER - change the definition of a trigger SYNOPSIS
ALTER TRIGGER name ON table RENAME TO newname DESCRIPTION
ALTER TRIGGER changes properties of an existing trigger. The RENAME clause changes the name of the given trigger without otherwise changing the trigger definition. You must own the table on which the trigger acts to be allowed to change its properties. PARAMETERS
name The name of an existing trigger to alter. table The name of the table on which this trigger acts. newname The new name for the trigger. NOTES
The ability to temporarily enable or disable a trigger is provided by ALTER TABLE [alter_table(7)], not by ALTER TRIGGER, because ALTER TRIGGER has no convenient way to express the option of enabling or disabling all of a table's triggers at once. EXAMPLES
To rename an existing trigger: ALTER TRIGGER emp_stamp ON emp RENAME TO emp_track_chgs; COMPATIBILITY
ALTER TRIGGER is a PostgreSQL extension of the SQL standard. SEE ALSO
ALTER TABLE [alter_table(7)] SQL - Language Statements 2010-05-14 ALTER TRIGGER(7)

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