Top Forums Shell Programming and Scripting How do we display specific row of an output from bottom given line number? Post 303044023 by vbe on Wednesday 12th of February 2020 03:59:38 PM
We have not seen any code so far and waiting to see this famous script...
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the parameter is checked by a Jenkins UI tool and my script will only be executed once a number is passed to that script by the user.
Oh thats interesting, where is the code?
 
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psrinfo(1)						      General Commands Manual							psrinfo(1)

NAME
psrinfo, pinfo - Displays processor administration information SYNOPSIS
/usr/sbin/psrinfo -n /usr/sbin/psrinfo [-v] [processor...] /usr/sbin/psrinfo -s processor /usr/sbin/pinfo [-v] [processor...] OPTIONS
Displays the number of processors in the system. Enables verbose mode. Writes only a boolean value to standard output. The -s option requires a single processor identification number (processor). The -s option is intended to be used in scripts. A value of 1 is output if the specified processor is on line. A value of 0 is output if the specified processor is off line. DESCRIPTION
The psrinfo and pinfo commands display information about processors. The processor variable specifies the processor identification number, which is a unique integer that identifies the processor. If you do not specify any options or a processor identification number, the com- mands display information about all processors. EXAMPLES
The following is an example of the default prsinfo command output (no options or processor identification numbers): greene:> psrinfo 0 on-line since 11/03/1999 09:41:34 1 on-line since 11/03/1999 09:41:34 2 off-line since 11/03/1999 08:41:34 The following example shows how to use the psrinfo command with the -s option in a shell script to determine the state of the pro- cessor with an identification number of 1: if [ "`psrinfo -s 1 2> /dev/null`" -eq 1 ] then echo "processor 1 is up" else echo "processor 1 is down" fi The following example shows how to use the psrinfo command with the -v option: % psrinfo -v Status of processor 0 as of: 05/23/00 15:47:40 Processor has been on-line since 05/23/2000 15:08:04 The alpha EV5.6 (21164A) processor operates at 465 MHz, and has an alpha internal floating point processor. Status of processor 1 as of: 05/23/00 15:47:40 Processor has been on-line since 05/23/2000 15:08:04 The alpha EV5.6 (21164A) processor operates at 465 MHz, and has an alpha internal floating point processor. Status of processor 2 as of: 05/23/00 15:47:40 Processor has been off-line since 05/23/2000 15:08:04 The alpha EV5.6 (21164A) processor operates at 465 MHz, and has an alpha internal floating point processor. Status of processor 3 as of: 05/23/00 15:47:40 Processor has been on-line since 05/23/2000 15:14:00 The alpha EV5.6 (21164A) processor operates at 465 MHz, and has an alpha internal floating point processor. FILES
SEE ALSO
Commands: pset_assign_cpu(1), pset_assign_pid(1), pset_info(1), psradm(8) Files: utmp(4) Processor Sets: processor_sets(4) psrinfo(1)

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