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1,667
Posted By Shahul
Hi Mohtasims What pamu given is working...
Hi Mohtasims

What pamu given is working fine, however u asked for bash to store in variable....


weblogichome=`ps -ef |cut -d"=" -f2-3|awk '{print $1}'`
javahome=`ps -ef |cut -d"/"...
1,084
Posted By Shahul
basename <directorywhich has complete path> ...
basename <directorywhich has complete path>

eg:(solaris 9)
$ basename /tmp
tmp
1,069
Posted By Shahul
$ sort -k1 sort.txt POL B7U6K8 ...
$ sort -k1 sort.txt
POL B7U6K8 Avian_reticuloendotheliosis_virus
POL E6ZGJ1 Dicentrarchus_labrax
POL E6ZGJ4 Dicentrarchus_labrax
POL F4Y5K7 Avian_reticuloendotheliosis_virus...
1,549
Posted By Shahul
Hi teefa, have just tried something and...
Hi teefa,

have just tried something and below are the results...


nawk -F, '{for(x=1;x<100;x++) {if($NF~x) {{x=x".txt"}{print > x}}}}' input.txt
-rw-rw-rw- 1 user user 11 Feb 26...
1,549
Posted By Shahul
if its something which you are aware the limit...
if its something which you are aware the limit then u can try something like this....


nawk '{for(x=1;x<100;x++) {if($NF~x) print > x}}' input.txt


Thanks
Sha
1,997
Posted By Shahul
sed -e 's/\([A-Z].*\)\.\(.*\) \(ADD.*\)/\@...
sed -e 's/\([A-Z].*\)\.\(.*\) \(ADD.*\)/\@ ..\/..\/migschema\/admin\/\2/' -e 's/"//g;s/$/.sql/g' Inputfile.txt
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Posted By Shahul
Command getting skipped
Hi All,

Its been a long time!!!!!!

Having one problem in our live server....

we have perl code which runs every day for almost 15 to 18hrs process and it creates almost 150 to 200 sub...
1,326
Posted By Shahul
perl FileHandle Closure during after unlock
Hi
we have one function which is used to append data the file in exclusive lock mode in aperl script.
This script is executed by multiple threads at the same time.
accessing the same file.this...
2,552
Posted By Shahul
for solaris please use nawk... :) $ echo...
for solaris please use nawk... :)


$ echo "192.168.2.1.8088" | nawk -F. '{for(i=1;i<NF;i++) printf("%s%s",$i,i==NF-1?"\n":".")}'
192.168.2.1
1,109
Posted By Shahul
it will be gr8 if you could share what you have...
it will be gr8 if you could share what you have tried in commands :) we can help you to proceed...
1,409
Posted By Shahul
nawk '/2011/ {print $3,$4}' filename ...
nawk '/2011/ {print $3,$4}' filename


Thanks
Sha
1,461
Posted By Shahul
Or :) $ nawk...
Or :)


$ nawk '{gsub(/<parameter>/,"\n<parameter>") && gsub(/<[^>]*>/," ");print}' input.txt|sed -e '/</d' -e '/^$/d'
151515 38
151522 32769
151510 ALCLA0A3F837
151517 1
...
3,662
Posted By Shahul
This should work... sed...
This should work...


sed '/T\([0-9]*\),[A-Z]/ !s/\(.[0-9]*\).*/\1/' inputfile


Thanks
Sha
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Posted By Shahul
You can try something like this... echo -\n...
You can try something like this...

echo -\n "`raidconfig list raid -v`"



Thanks
SHa
2,068
Posted By Shahul
This will help your requirement :) sort...
This will help your requirement :)


sort input.txt|sed 's/^./& /g'|nawk '{if(NR!=1 && $1 != prev) {ORS="\n";print;prev=$1} else {ORS=":";print;prev=$1}}'|sed 's/ //g'


Thanks
Sha
1,616
Posted By Shahul
df -h|nawk '{gsub(/%/,"");if($5>70)print}' ...
df -h|nawk '{gsub(/%/,"");if($5>70)print}'


Thanks
Sha
1,704
Posted By Shahul
Hi, For running script in remote machine i...
Hi,

For running script in remote machine i suppose by default the file should have permission if you have created script with same user and the place where u are trying to write log file (default...
1,406
Posted By Shahul
for string comparision ...its always good to use...
for string comparision ...its always good to use == :) ....

eg:
v=haiif [ $v == "Netra X4270 X4446A M2" ];then
echo "compare hai"
else
echo "not matching"
fi
not matching
2,259
Posted By Shahul
nawk '/PSOldGen/ {getline;{gsub(/%/,"");print...
nawk '/PSOldGen/ {getline;{gsub(/%/,"");print $4}}' inputfile
97
97
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Posted By Shahul
nawk 'NR==FNR{a[$1]=$1;b[$0]=$0;next}($1 in a)&&...
nawk 'NR==FNR{a[$1]=$1;b[$0]=$0;next}($1 in a)&& !($0 in b)' file1 file2


Thanks
SHa
2,171
Posted By Shahul
This should fix the prob... :) ls...
This should fix the prob... :)


ls filename*|nawk '{a[$0]++} END {for(x in a) print x}' input.txt


sorry Oops this wil not solve ur problem....plz ignore i ll put the correct one..
1,035
Posted By Shahul
This will help you... nawk -F':' -v...
This will help you...


nawk -F':' -v v1="11:30:00" -v v2="11:40:00" 'OFS=":"{v=$1":"$2":"$3}{if(v>v1 && v<v2)print}' inputfile
11:32:36:124.id_0000.1:"blalba"
11:33:49:124.id_0000.1:"blalba"...
1,697
Posted By Shahul
Using solaris you can try this syntax hope this...
Using solaris you can try this syntax hope this should work...

/usr/xpg4/bin/grep -w -f file1 file2


Thanks
Sha
2,113
Posted By Shahul
nawk '{if(NR==5){system("sed -n '4p' file2")}...
nawk '{if(NR==5){system("sed -n '4p' file2")} else {print}}' file1
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Posted By Shahul
$ nawk '{if(NF>10) {print $0"-"NR"\n"$0} else...
$ nawk '{if(NF>10) {print $0"-"NR"\n"$0} else {print $0}}' input.txt|nawk 'NF>11 {$2="EUR"$3;$3="";$NF=""}{print |"sort -n -k3 -r"}'


Thanks
Sha
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