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Old 09-09-2013
Ps -ef, output getting truncated, please help

Hi All,

here is an output of my command and the problem is that my output string is truncated, I want to exact the full string, I am on BASH shell, please help me out.

Regards
Rahul

command with Output :
Code:
lonss05903:cmdsvc01 /home/cmdsvc01 > ps -aef|grep 'Copy'
cmdsvc01  2642  8675   0   Sep 05 ?           0:00 sh -c /opt/app/CLM2/bmart_DEV01/Informatica/9.1.0/Server/infa_shared/Shell/Copy
cmdsvc01 12827 12720   0 09:45:56 pts/6       0:00 grep Copy
cmdsvc01 29092  8675   0   Aug 29 ?           0:00 sh -c /opt/app/CLM2/bmart_DEV01/Informatica/9.1.0/Server/infa_shared/Shell/Copy

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Just to add more information, here is my OS details:

SunOS 5.10 Last change: 9 Jan 2008 16

Regards
Rahul

Last edited by Franklin52; 09-09-2013 at 06:03 AM.. Reason: Please use code tags for data and code samples
 
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EvmStatusTextGet(3)					     Library Functions Manual					       EvmStatusTextGet(3)

NAME
EvmStatusTextGet - Formats text version of EVM status code LIBRARY
EVM Support Library (libevm.so, libevm.a) SYNOPSIS
#include <evm/evm.h> EvmStatus_t EvmStatusTextGet( EvmStatus_t evm_status, EvmString_t buffer, EvmSize_t nBytes); OPERANDS
The status code for which a text description is to be prepared. A pointer to a character string where EvmStatusTextGet() should store the formatted event data. The stored string will be null-terminated, even if truncated, unless the nBytes parameter is zero (0). The maximum length of the output string. If the formatted status is longer than nBytes, the output is truncated. DESCRIPTION
The EvmStatusTextGet() routine takes an EVM API status code as input, and returns a string describing the status. This string can be used for error display or debugging purposes. The string returned in buffer is null terminated. RESTRICTIONS
None RETURN VALUES
The operation was completed without error. One of the arguments to the function was invalid. ERRORS
None FILES
None SEE ALSO
Event Management: EVM(5) delim off EvmStatusTextGet(3)

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