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Andrew, Thanks for the inputs. I was talking...
Andrew, Thanks for the inputs. I was talking about shell scripts. I have to login manually as USERA, USERB, USERC, ... USERn and run bunch of processes/scripts. For every user, I have a script to...
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Posted By PikK45
@RudiC: I do not have access to crontab for all...
@RudiC: I do not have access to crontab for all the users. Is it possible to have a single script to call the other scritps for all users? And the sub-scripts would still be running under the...
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Posted By PikK45
Multiple Users - Multiple Scripts
Hello All,

I have to restart 100's of scripts for at least 20+ users once the server restarts for any reason. I wanted to come up with a single script to trigger of all scripts/programs under all...
Forum: Solaris 07-15-2017
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Posted By PikK45
Is this Solaris? Are the two servers are of same...
Is this Solaris? Are the two servers are of same *nix flavors?
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Posted By PikK45
There is no script!
There is no script!
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Posted By PikK45
What are you trying to filter?
What are you trying to filter?
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Posted By PikK45
Convert Numeric Time to Readable Timestamp - Perl
I am trying to hit an URL using below command and get the data into an excel sheet.

wget --user=<<USERID>> --pass=<<PASSWROD>> http://www.files.thatbelongstome.com/file1 -O test1.xls

Next step...
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Posted By PikK45
Try sed '0,/Unix/s//Linux/' bipin.txt
Try sed '0,/Unix/s//Linux/' bipin.txt
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Posted By PikK45
Do you have the cron log for the modified entry...
Do you have the cron log for the modified entry in the crontab?

Just as MadeInGermany said, */1 is nothing but *
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Posted By PikK45
I identified the error I guess :D. The issue was...
I identified the error I guess :D. The issue was the transfer mode.

I found this out when I was testing with FTP. I am using a HP-UX Unix server and Windows XP machine.

While transferring, I...
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Posted By PikK45
Extraction of .gz file using 7zip fails
Hi,

My target is to send a file created by Unix process to myself as an excel file. So I have used the below commands to achieve it.

tr -d '\t' < PROGRAM_CREATED_FILE | sed -e 's/\\//g' | awk...
2,055
Posted By PikK45
There is not $PATH1 $PATH2 defined in the script....
There is not $PATH1 $PATH2 defined in the script.

Can you please paste the complete script or the proper input & output data?

Thanks
1,892
Posted By PikK45
the executable compare is present in...
the executable compare is present in HOME=/home/execs/testing/. I switch directory before I run compare as well
1,892
Posted By PikK45
PATH=/my_data/execs:/universal/execs/:/newpath/con...
PATH=/my_data/execs:/universal/execs/:/newpath/configure/:.:/test_dir/:/bin/

This site (http://www.tldp.org/LDP/abs/html/exitcodes.html) has the message details
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Posted By PikK45
Robin, That is a typo on the first line :)...
Robin,

That is a typo on the first line :) compare is the executable from a C program to compare files. environment file will have several variables defined and exported.

It does have export...
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Posted By PikK45
is END the 7th line of script?
is END the 7th line of script?
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Posted By PikK45
Understanding $PATH better
Dear all,

I have a script which triggers a C program in it after initialising parameters.

Below is the sample


#! /bin/sh

. /my_data/environment

HOME=/home/execs/testing/

cd $HOME...
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Posted By PikK45
use $NF --> Last field of the processing line
use $NF --> Last field of the processing line
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Posted By PikK45
does the file names have YYYY-MM-DD on them?? Or...
does the file names have YYYY-MM-DD on them?? Or the directory has only files for one day?
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Posted By PikK45
I would suggest you to have these timestamps in a...
I would suggest you to have these timestamps in a file which will not be modified by any other process.

So, for the first run of the script you can print "TimeBefore" to $CURRENT_DATE. The other...
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Posted By PikK45
grep -f file2 file1 This will help you...
grep -f file2 file1


This will help you print lines from file1 that matches patterns in file2
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Posted By PikK45
dirname should help :)
dirname should help :)
Forum: IP Networking 04-24-2014
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Posted By PikK45
sorry for the delay. I have ADSL connection.
sorry for the delay. I have ADSL connection.
Forum: IP Networking 04-20-2014
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Posted By PikK45
Newbie on networking
Hello Guys..

I am trying to learn networking, so I am trying to set up my home for that.

I have a internet connection from a local ISP. The speed is reaching close to 1.5Mbps (minimum).

I...
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Posted By PikK45
If the column you provided for exclusion is added...
If the column you provided for exclusion is added to a file called "pattern". Use below

grep -wvf pattern file
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