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I m working on shell scripting and I m stuck where in my .txt file there is column as expiry date and I need to compare that date with system date and need to remove all the rows where expiry date is less than system date and create a new .txt with update. (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: Stuti
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Can someone help me with the code wherein there is a file f1.txt with different column and 34 column have expiry date and I need to get that and compare with system date and if expiry date is <system date remove those rows and other rows should be moved to new file f2.txt .
I don't want to delete... (2 Replies)
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I get the date that's inside a text file and assigned it to a variable. When I grep the date from the file, I get this,
Not After : Jul 28 14:09:57 2017 GMT
So I only crop out the date, with this command
echo $dateFile | cut -d ':' -f 2,4The result would be
Jul 28 14:57 2017 GMT
How do I... (3 Replies)
Discussion started by: Loc
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Can you please help me to get only the files which has the modified date as yesterday and before?
Thanks in advance!
Velava.S (4 Replies)
Discussion started by: velava
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Hi! I am trying to read a file and every line has a specific date as one of its fields.
I want to take that date and compare it to the date today plus 6 days.
while read line
date=substr($line, $datepos, 8) #date is expected to be YYYYMMDD
if ; then
... (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: kokoro
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I'm using Red Hat Linux and want to move some folders and files around but not change the modified date. Is this possible?
I know cp has a -p flag which seems to do what I want, but this is a large volume of data so copying and deleting would not be feasible. (13 Replies)
Discussion started by: Annorax
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How to list all the files in a directory that are modified on a particular date?
Also need to know the count,i.e number of files modified on a particular date.
Ashok (1 Reply)
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Hello all - I've looked and have not been able to find a "find" command that will list the last modified date of files within a specific directory and its subdirectories. If anyone knows of such a command it would be very much appreciated!
If possible, I would like to sort this output and have... (5 Replies)
Discussion started by: MichaelH3947
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I am currently running the following Korn shell script which works fine:
count=`db2 -x "select count(*) from schema.tablename"`
I would like to add a "where" clause to the 2nd line that would allow me to get a record count of all the records from schema.tablename... (9 Replies)
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Hello Mates! I'm kinda new to unix and need to a solve a problem.
Situation: With the given date I need to find a list of all such files starting from a given path that were modified after the given date.
I experimented with the "find" with "-newer" but did not quite get it... (4 Replies)
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