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Top Forums UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers cat: write error: Connection reset by peer Post 302509148 by acmvillareal on Wednesday 30th of March 2011 04:48:21 AM
Old 03-30-2011
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Has anyone seen this error or can anyone recommend an alternative way of getting a specified line out of the log file. The log file isnt that large I dont think so not sure why I am seeing this issue.
Maybe it's better if you use grep or sed.
 
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