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Top Forums UNIX for Beginners Questions & Answers Advise to print lines before and after patterh match and checking and removing duplicate files Post 303046169 by newbie_01 on Sunday 26th of April 2020 08:43:24 AM
Old 04-26-2020
Hi Rudic


Your suggestion is really cool, it does like what you said where it skips the ones that has been parsed before as per the filesdone control file. I tested it and rename one of the file and re-run the same awk and it only does the one that it has not work on before.



It works on Linux but not on Solaris. On Solaris it gives error


Code:
grep: illegal option -- f
Usage: grep [-c|-l|-q] -bhinsvw pattern file . . .
awk: syntax error near line 9
awk: bailing out near line 9


I also tried using /usr/xpg4/bin/grep


Code:
awk: syntax error near line 9
awk: bailing out near line 9


The only problem with this approach is that while most of the alert_${sid}* are final, one of them isn't. So there will be several alert_${sid}.log.YYYYMMDDHHMM and one current log that is named alert_${sid}.log. So
Code:
$(ls $DIR_PATH/alert_${sid}* | grep -vf filesdone) /dev/null

should parse the others once but should always be parsing alert_${sid}.log. If such is the case, then the search for the current log may or may not always be a duplicate since the CORRUPT string may or may not appear. Not sure if am explaining it correctly, sorry Smilie
 

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strace(1M)						  System Administration Commands						strace(1M)

NAME
strace - print STREAMS trace messages SYNOPSIS
strace [ mid sid level...] DESCRIPTION
strace without arguments writes all STREAMS event trace messages from all drivers and modules to its standard output. These messages are obtained from the STREAMS log driver (see log(7D)). If arguments are provided, they must be in triplets of the form mid, sid, level, where mid is a STREAMS module ID number, sid is a sub-ID number, and level is a tracing priority level. Each triplet indicates that tracing messages are to be received from the given module/driver, sub-ID (usually indicating minor device), and priority level equal to, or less than the given level. The token all may be used for any member to indicate no restriction for that attribute. The format of each trace message output is: <seq> <time> <ticks> <level> <flags> <mid> <sid> <text> <seq> trace sequence number <time> time of message in hh:mm:ss <ticks> time of message in machine ticks since boot <level> tracing priority level <flags> E : message is also in the error log F : indicates a fatal error N : mail was sent to the system administrator (hardcoded as root) <mid> module ID number of source <sid> sub-ID number of source <text> formatted text of the trace message Once initiated, strace will continue to execute until terminated by the user. EXAMPLES
Example 1: A sample output of the strace command: The following example outputs all trace messages from the module or driver whose module ID is 41: strace 41 all all The following example outputs those trace messages from driver or module ID 41 with sub-IDs 0, 1, or 2: strace 41 0 1 41 1 1 41 2 0 Messages from sub-IDs 0 and 1 must have a tracing level less than or equal to 1. Those from sub-ID 2 must have a tracing level of 0. ATTRIBUTES
See attributes(5) for descriptions of the following attributes: +-----------------------------+-----------------------------+ | ATTRIBUTE TYPE | ATTRIBUTE VALUE | +-----------------------------+-----------------------------+ |Availability |SUNWcsu | +-----------------------------+-----------------------------+ SEE ALSO
attributes(5), log(7D) STREAMS Programming Guide NOTES
o There is no restriction to the number of strace processes opening the STREAMS log driver at a time. o The log-driver records the list of the triplets specified in the command invocation, and compares each potential trace message against this list to decide if it should be formatted and sent up to the strace process. Hence, long lists of triplets will have a greater impact on overall STREAMS performance. Running strace will have the most impact on the timing of the modules and drivers generating the trace messages that are sent to the strace process. If trace messages are generated faster than the strace process can handle them, some of the messages will be lost. This last case can be determined by examining the sequence numbers on the trace messages output. SunOS 5.10 4 Oct 1994 strace(1M)

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