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Posted By robotronic
Just some options: ls -p | grep "/$" ls...
Just some options:

ls -p | grep "/$"

ls -lp | grep "/$"

ls -l | grep "^d"

I think this question was already answered many times on these forums, try the search function.
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Posted By robotronic
Here it is: eprod/root> dfshares RESOURCE ...
Here it is:
eprod/root> dfshares
RESOURCE SERVER ACCESS TRANSPORT
eprod:/usr1 eprod - -
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Posted By robotronic
I've rebooted s2003, stopped and restarted...
I've rebooted s2003, stopped and restarted nfs.client on eprod but still no luck... :confused:
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Posted By robotronic
I think that the only remaining step I didn't...
I think that the only remaining step I didn't tried yet is restarting nfs client and/or related processes on eprod. Unfortunately I don't have the knowledge to do that.

Could you provide some...
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Posted By robotronic
You are right, in fact I want to use that shared...
You are right, in fact I want to use that shared storage only for a big and not-so-critical data transfer between production and test environments, and then umount it. Unfortunately, I don't have...
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Posted By robotronic
Yes, I've already stopped and restarted the NFS...
Yes, I've already stopped and restarted the NFS service on Windows, and on Solaris boxes "/etc/rmtab" is empty, even on etest where the filesystem is mounted.

About Samba, as far as I know there...
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Posted By robotronic
NFS mount hangs
Last week I've installed Windows Services For UNIX on a Windows 2003 Server test machine (s2003), and exported a folder through NFS. The share is named "storage", and is used as a temporary place for...
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Posted By robotronic
echo $0 or echo $SHELL
echo $0

or

echo $SHELL
Forum: What is on Your Mind? 07-02-2008
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Posted By robotronic
ROTFL! My environment like "Mutiny on the...
ROTFL! My environment like "Mutiny on the Bounty"... Well, not like... Is really that :D

You have to know that our office is divided into three main "islands", four desks each. My island is called...
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Posted By robotronic
sort -t '|' -k4,4n -k5,5r input_file.txt
sort -t '|' -k4,4n -k5,5r input_file.txt
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Posted By robotronic
You're almost there, the dot means "any single...
You're almost there, the dot means "any single character", if you repeat it multiple times (*) you obtain:

sed "1s/^.*$/BEGINNING/" $FILE
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Posted By robotronic
Assigning a shell variable in such a way will...
Assigning a shell variable in such a way will surely not work... Are you using Perl?

For sh/bash this will work:
filesize=`ssh root@$myip ls -l myfile.txt | awk '{ print $5 }'`
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Posted By robotronic
filesize=`ls -l myfile.txt | awk '{ print $5 }'`
filesize=`ls -l myfile.txt | awk '{ print $5 }'`
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Posted By robotronic
I still don't understand, where are the five...
I still don't understand, where are the five columns you talked about?

Could you please provide a real input file and the expected output?

If the input file is identical to the one you posted,...
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Posted By robotronic
Given an input file like this: test ~ $ cat...
Given an input file like this:

test ~ $ cat example.txt
aaaaaaaa bbbbbbbb BBB_0123 dddddddd eeeeeeee
ffffffff gggggggg hhhhhhhh iiiiiiii jjjjjjjj
kkkkkkkk llllllll mmmmmmmm nnnnnnnn BVG_0895...
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Posted By robotronic
Wikipedia is your friend: GNU Project...
Wikipedia is your friend:

GNU Project (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/GNU_Project)

KDE (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kde)
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Posted By robotronic
You need to set the OFS variable with the desired...
You need to set the OFS variable with the desired Output Field Separator, by default a space.
Or try using "nawk". I've noticed this behavior on Solaris:

> echo "aaa:bbb:ccc" | /usr/xpg4/bin/awk...
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Posted By robotronic
To read lines from a different file other than...
To read lines from a different file other than the one you piped through awk, you need "getline" function.

getline <"'"$ifile"'"

or

getline var <"'"$ifile"'"

In the first case, $0 will be...
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Posted By robotronic
They are the same, but sometimes you need to use...
They are the same, but sometimes you need to use the first syntax or even a space character ' ' instead of '[[:space:]]' if your sed/grep versions doesn't support such notation.
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Posted By robotronic
Oh, I see that you found the solution by yourself...
Oh, I see that you found the solution by yourself while I was writing :)

Good :b:
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Posted By robotronic
What about: print tst["vec","-7"] In...
What about:

print tst["vec","-7"]

In awk an associative array could have only one dimension so, if you assign your keys with the syntax:

tst[Var,"-"VarC]= ...

The resulting key of the...
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Posted By robotronic
Without quotes, "vec-7" is evaluated as "value of...
Without quotes, "vec-7" is evaluated as "value of variable vec" minus "7", which isn't a good key for your hash.

Try this:
print tst["vec-7"]
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Posted By robotronic
With GNU sed you may try something like this: ...
With GNU sed you may try something like this:

sed "s/\baa\b/YY/g; s/YY$/aa/" input_file.txt

No better ideas... For now :)
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Posted By robotronic
I know this is not sed, but with awk I think is a...
I know this is not sed, but with awk I think is a lot simpler:

awk '{ for (i=1;i<NF;i++) if ($i=="aa") $i="YY"; print }' input_file.txt
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Posted By robotronic
It's not clear what are you trying to do... With...
It's not clear what are you trying to do... With ">" symbol you are redirecting printf output to a file named like the content of tst[$1] element.

If I've understood correctly and you want to...
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