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Thanks Corona688 for the information.
Thanks Corona688 for the information.
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MemFree from /proc/meminfo
From the following /proc/meminfo output only ~2GB is free out of total 250GB, but Cached is 194630300 kB. My customer is concerned over the very little memory showing as free. Kindly shed some light...
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Posted By michaelrozar17
I didn't understand completely, can you try...
I didn't understand completely, can you try replacing those ? with . (period) if echo "$z" | grep -q "R1......R1";
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Posted By michaelrozar17
Try.. $ sed -n 'H > ${ > x > s/\(&LOG...
Try..
$ sed -n 'H
> ${
> x
> s/\(&LOG Part: \"@DB\/TC.\{11\}\/...\"\n&LOG\) *\(\n\)/\1 Cloning_Action: RETAIN \2/g
> p
> }' infile

&LOG
&LOG Part: "@DB/TC10000021855/--F"
&LOG...
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Posted By michaelrozar17
If your version of SED supports -i option then...
If your version of SED supports -i option then you could use it instead of mv command
sed -i "....
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Posted By michaelrozar17
The grep and sed you have in the script does not...
The grep and sed you have in the script does not modify the file you wanted to or its not the correct way to do it. Try as
michaelf>cat fil.ksh
#!/bin/ksh

echo "Enter Old domain name:"
read old...
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Posted By michaelrozar17
Something like this..? michaelf>uname SunOS ...
Something like this..?
michaelf>uname
SunOS
michaelf>nawk -F'[: ]' '/Parameter Name/{f=$5;getline;print f"-->"$5}' infile
SNAPSHOTTIMESTAMP-->2014-01-07-15.21.50.022423
DATABASESIZE-->96178176...
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Posted By michaelrozar17
One of the way would be to source the file. Try ...
One of the way would be to source the file. Try
michaelf>cat fil.ksh
#!/bin/ksh

#function
find_cfg()
{
awk "/$1/ {for(i=1; i<=4; i++) {getline; print}}" FILE.cfg>/home/michael/outfil
}
...
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Posted By michaelrozar17
With Sed michaelf>uname SunOS michaelf>sed...
With Sed
michaelf>uname
SunOS
michaelf>sed -n 'H
> /Jak/{
> g
> s/.*\n\(.*\n.*\)/\1/
> N
> p
> }' infile
Hi there
My name is Jak
My last name is XYZ
michaelf>
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Posted By michaelrozar17
You can make use of REPLACE function to convert...
You can make use of REPLACE function to convert _TE to _TH in the SQL query itself.
select 'create synonym "'||TABLE_NAME||'" for '||replace(Table_owner,'_TE','_TH')||'."'||table_name||'"'||chr(59)...
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Posted By michaelrozar17
There is a typo and a small correction to your...
There is a typo and a small correction to your code, try as:
ls -1 *.txt|sed 's/\(MISTradesReport_[0-9]*_d130240_\)\(V.*\)/mv \1\2 \2/'
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Posted By michaelrozar17
Oops! I'm sorry. I must have replied without...
Oops! I'm sorry. I must have replied without thinking twice.
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Posted By michaelrozar17
Or try removing the g from the sed statement ...
Or try removing the g from the sed statement
sed s!${LINE}!leprechaun.host.uri.list=raft://${RAFTIP}:${RAFTPORT}! HostSocket.txt > tmp.properties
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Posted By michaelrozar17
Your logic is correct but change the syntax as if...
Your logic is correct but change the syntax as if [ $? -eq 0 ]. We use == for string comparison.
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Posted By michaelrozar17
With Sed. sed 's/.*pid{\([^}]*\).*/\1/' infile
With Sed.
sed 's/.*pid{\([^}]*\).*/\1/' infile
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Posted By michaelrozar17
Alternate Sed.. $ sed 's/\([^ ]*\) \([^ ]*\)...
Alternate Sed..
$ sed 's/\([^ ]*\) \([^ ]*\) \(.*\).$/\1 \2 \3_\1_\2"/' inputFile
chr1 + "NM_1234_chr1_+"
chr1 - "NM_1234_chr1_-"
$
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Posted By michaelrozar17
Alternatively.. $ uname Linux $ cat fil1 ...
Alternatively..
$ uname
Linux
$ cat fil1
2860377|"DATA1"|"DATA2"|"65343"|"DATA2"|"DATA4"|"11"|"DATA5"|"DATA6"|"65343"|"DATA7"|"0"|"8"|"1"|"NEGATIVE"...
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Posted By michaelrozar17
Yes, my mistake. sed...
Yes, my mistake.
sed 's/\([^,]*,\)\([^,]*,\)\([^,]*,\)/\1\3\2/' inputfile
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Posted By michaelrozar17
Similarly.. ...
Similarly..
s/\([^,]*\,)\([^,]*\,)\([^,]*\,)/\1\3\2/ inputfile
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Posted By michaelrozar17
Just $1+$2 will not do the arithmetic operation...
Just $1+$2 will not do the arithmetic operation in UNIX. You need to have as highlighted below and i believe you include the call to the function at the end of the function calc as
#!/usr/bin/ksh ...
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Posted By michaelrozar17
By awk: awk '/Enabled/{++s[$2]} END {for(f in...
By awk:
awk '/Enabled/{++s[$2]} END {for(f in s) print f,s[f]}' lspath.txt
Forum: Linux 12-17-2012
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Posted By michaelrozar17
I believe it would not. Could you test it? My...
I believe it would not. Could you test it? My machine does not support -i option.
Forum: Linux 12-17-2012
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Posted By michaelrozar17
You can use sed's q option to quit reading...
You can use sed's q option to quit reading further lines. So try
$ sed -ie '/^#/!{
> s/:.*/:Changed_Pattern/
> q
> }' inputfile
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Posted By michaelrozar17
With Sed.. sed -e 's/^\([^,]*,\)\(,\)/\1NA\2/'...
With Sed..
sed -e 's/^\([^,]*,\)\(,\)/\1NA\2/' -e 's/\([^,]*,[^,]*,\)\(,\)/\1NA\2/' inputfileOr a little shorter version..
sed -e 's/^\([^,]*,\),/\1NA,/' -e 's/\([^,]*,[^,]*,\),/\1NA,/' inputfile
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'/PIN (new)/r file_lines_to_insert' => When this...
'/PIN (new)/r file_lines_to_insert' => When this pattern matches lines from file_lines_to_insert in inserted.

'x' => This command helps to switch the content of pattern buffer with hold buffer....
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