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Old 02-23-2012
recusrise pattern search with grep

Am new on hp-ux ..

Found missing recursive pattern search
Code:
grep -iR

option that's there on Linux .

Is any one know any way with grep or any advance command available on hp-ux using which i can search a word say "DbFnamesDatLimit" in all files under /etc on hp-ux in single step .

my /etc is about 10GB ...

--Shirish Shukla
# 2  
Old 02-23-2012
The below command print the filename
Code:
 
find /etc/ -type f | xargs grep -l "DbFnamesDatLimit"

# 3  
Old 02-23-2012
This "find" looks for the file containing the string.
Code:
find /etc -xdev -type f -exec grep -l "DbFnamesDatLimit" {} \;


It's an Omniback parameter in the file:
/etc/opt/omni/server/options/global

Beware that the parameter refers to the number of individual database files and not to the size of each file

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Old 02-23-2012
Yes Methyl it's omni global parameter, Have Omni version A.05.10 .
But I couldn't found it on default location

I found the global file exist at location . But it's not in use with my current setup .
Code:
/opt/omni/newconfig/etc/opt/omni/options/global

Thanks for solution .

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