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Top Forums UNIX for Beginners Questions & Answers awk Script Post 303043462 by adgjmpt on Wednesday 29th of January 2020 07:21:58 AM
@RudiC
I tried to format the whole issue.

Below is the code i am currently using

Code:
#!/bin/bash

cd /cygdrive/c/output/LLDP
#cat *.txt > output_temp.txt

i=/cygdrive/c/output/LLDP/output.csv

echo "Hostname, IP, Capabilities, Dest_Host, Local_Port, Mgmt_IP, Remote Platform, Remote_Port, SysName, Version, Chasis_ID" >$i


awk '
                {sub ("\r+$", _)
                }
/spawn/         {sub (/^.*@/, _)
                 IP = $0
                 NENM = DESC = ""
                }               
/NE name:/      {NENM = $4
                }
/System Capabilities: / {sub (/^System Capabilities: /, _)
                 SYCP = $0
                }
/System Name: / {sub (/^System Name: /, _)
                 SYNM = $0
                }
/Local Intf: / {sub (/^Local Intf: /, _)
                 LCINF = $0
                }
/IP: / {sub (/^IP:  /, _)
                 MGIP = $2
                }
/Port id: / {sub (/^Port id: /, _)
                 RMPR = $0
                }
/Port Description: / {sub (/^Port Description: /, _)
                 PODES = $0
                }	
/VRP (R) software& Version  / {sub (/^/, _)
                 VER = $0
                }					
/Chassis id: / {sub (/^Chassis id: /, _)
                 CHID = $0
                }					
/System Desc/   {getline
                 sub ("\r+$", _)
                 print NENM, IP, SYCP , SYNM , LCINF, MGIP, $0, PODES, RMPR,VER, CHID 			 
                }		
' OFS=, /cygdrive/c/output/LLDP/output.txt >>$i

Input text file is attached.

As you can see in the output "Capabilities" and "Mgmt_IP" output is printed in the second row instead of the first.

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NAME
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