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Top Forums Shell Programming and Scripting Oracle pmon output needed Post 303037468 by rbatte1 on Friday 2nd of August 2019 10:54:02 AM
Old 08-02-2019
Rather that ps -ef | grep pmon | grep -v grep | awk ...... might I suggest ps -ef | grep [p]mon | ....... instead. The square brackets are a pattern match that has only one option, but because there is no grep process with this string in the process list, you can save a process and make your code clearer in one go.

If you are able to exclude +ASM, why not ignore that with a grep too?

You can probably get rid of the awk statement too by using different flags for ps, for example ps -eo args= | grep [p]mon | grep -v ASM might get you started.

I hope that this helps,
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ZGREP(1)						    BSD General Commands Manual 						  ZGREP(1)

zgrep, zegrep, zfgrep -- print lines matching a pattern in gzip-compressed files SYNOPSIS
zgrep [grep-flags] [--] pattern [files ...] zegrep [grep-flags] [--] pattern [file ...] zfgrep [grep-flags] [--] pattern [file ...] DESCRIPTION
zgrep runs grep(1) on files or stdin, if no files argument is given, after decompressing them with zcat(1). The grep-flags and pattern arguments are passed on to grep(1). If an -e flag is found in the grep-flags, zgrep will not look for a pattern argument. zegrep calls egrep(1), while zfgrep calls fgrep(1). EXIT STATUS
In case of missing arguments or missing pattern, 1 will be returned, otherwise 0. SEE ALSO
egrep(1), fgrep(1), grep(1), gzip(1), zcat(1) AUTHORS
Thomas Klausner <wiz@NetBSD.org> BSD
December 28, 2003 BSD

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