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awk command in hp UNIX subtract 30 days automatically from current date without date illegal option


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awk command in hp UNIX subtract 30 days automatically from current date without date illegal option

current date command runs well
Code:
awk -v t="$(date +%Y-%m-%d)" -F "'" '$1 < t' myname.dat

subtract 30 days fails
Code:
awk -v t="$(date --date="-30days" +%Y-%m-%d)" -F "'" '$1 < t' myname.dat

awk command in hp unix subtract 30 days automatically from current date without date illegal option error namely
Code:
date: illegal option -- -
Usage: date [-u] [+format]
       date [-u] [mmddhhmm[[cc]yy]]
       date [-a [-]sss.fff]


Last edited by Scrutinizer; 12-24-2018 at 03:53 AM..
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I'm not sure why you are starting another thread to discuss what seems to be the same issue, but apparently in this thread the data you're looking for is in the first field on lines in your data instead of the last field.

As has been said before, providing sample input data (in CODE tags), desired output from that sample input (in CODE tags), and a clear statement of what shell and operating system you're using (including version numbers) would make it much easier to help you.

Does the version of HP-UX you're using have a ksh93 utility? If so, what output do you get from running the command:
Code:
printf '%(%s %Y-%m-%d %H:%M:%S)T\n'

in that shell?

If you don't have a ksh93 utility, what do you get if you run that command when using ksh as your shell?

Note that your problem has absolutely nothing to do with awk; the errors you are getting are from the date utility.
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hello
when I run
Code:
printf '%(%s %Y-%m-%d %H:%M:%S)T\n'

I get the following error
Code:
printf:  Error processing format
printf:  Error processing format
printf:  Error processing format
printf:  Error processing format
printf:  Error processing format
printf:  Error processing format

and the version of ksh I am using 11/16/88

Last edited by kmarcus; 12-24-2018 at 04:34 AM..
# 4  
I repeat:
Quote:
Does the version of HP-UX you're using have a ksh93 utility? If so, what output do you get from running the command:
Code:
printf '%(%s %Y-%m-%d %H:%M:%S)T\n'

in that shell?
# 5  
no it doesn't have ksh93 I have Version 11/16/88 the very first 88 release on the HP UX server namely
Code:
/bin/ksh:
         $ B.11.31  Oct  1 2008 01:54:10 $
        Version 11/16/88
         blok.c $Date: 2008/08/20 12:15:51 $Revision: r11.31/1 PATCH_11.31 (PHCO_38683)
         expand.c $Date: 2008/10/28 10:48:37 $Revision: r11.31/1 PATCH_11.31 (PHCO_38683)
         builtin.c $Date: 2007/10/25 15:12:29 $Revision: r11.31/1 PATCH_11.31 (PHCO_37285)
         test.c $Date: 2008/05/01 15:55:23 $Revision: r11.31/1 PATCH_11.31 (PHCO_38162)
         strdata.c $Date: 2008/08/25 18:24:40 $Revision: r11.31/1 PATCH_11.31 (PHCO_38683)
         $Revision: @(#) ksh88 R11.31_BL2009_0729_2 PATCH_11.31 PHCO_38683


Last edited by Don Cragun; 12-24-2018 at 05:24 AM.. Reason: Add missing CODE tags again.
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There usually is a ksh93 version available on HP-UX systems:
Code:
/usr/dt/bin/dtksh

But it does not support %T functionality.

I think your best bet would be perl.

Code:
perl -MPOSIX -sle 'print strftime("%Y-%m-%d",localtime(time-$n*24*3600))' -- -n=30


--
Note: The --date command line option is GNU date only.

Last edited by Scrutinizer; 12-24-2018 at 12:33 PM..
# 7  
The following won't work on all UNIX systems and since i do not have a HP-UX system at hand you will have to test: 30 days are 30x24=720 hours. Try:

Code:
TZ=GMT+720 date

To get the date and time of 30 days ago from now. If your timezone is not GMT adjust the the offset accordingly.

I hope this helps.

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