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Posted By ahamed101
Amazing!... Yeah like vbe said, there is only...
Amazing!...
Yeah like vbe said, there is only one outcome from this... "Power of Shell Scripting!"...

I'm sure I will learn even more from this script!...
Well done mate!...

--ahamed
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Posted By ahamed101
sed 's/\(if.*LOGNAME.*\)]/\1 –a $LOGNAME != su4...
sed 's/\(if.*LOGNAME.*\)]/\1 –a $LOGNAME != su4 ]/'

--ahamed
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Posted By ahamed101
find . -type f \( -name '*.jpeg' -o -name '*.gif'...
find . -type f \( -name '*.jpeg' -o -name '*.gif' -o -name '*.bmp' -o -name '*.tiff' -o -name '*.png' \) -exec mogrify -format jpg {} \; -delete


--ahamed
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Posted By ahamed101
Use -e with the echo in the above code as in echo...
Use -e with the echo in the above code as in echo -e "$output"

Or another approach

#!/bin/bash

read -p "Please enter a name : " name
awk -F":" '
BEGIN{ fmt="%20s%20s\n" }
function...
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Posted By ahamed101
This is not right. Did you try the code which I...
This is not right. Did you try the code which I gave to see if it works for you without integrating it to your script?
I think what you are trying to do here is, get a input and display the details...
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Posted By ahamed101
Another way... awk '{a[$2,$3]++} END {...
Another way...

awk '{a[$2,$3]++} END { printf "TP:%d\nTN:%d\nFP:%d\nFN:%d\n",a[1,1],a[0,0],a[1,0],a[0,1] }' infile


--ahamed
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Posted By ahamed101
I suppose this is what you are looking for ...
I suppose this is what you are looking for

awk -F, 'BEGIN{
printf("%-20s%-20s%-20s%-20s\n", "Month", "No of files", "Total no of sucess", "Total no of failure")
}
file !=...
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Posted By ahamed101
Thats right!
Thats right!
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Posted By ahamed101
Try this... awk '{ ...
Try this...
awk '{
status=substr($0,91,2)
ind=substr($0,26,1);
split(substr($0, 11, 24-11), val,/\.0 /);
key[NR%2":"val[1]val[2]] = ind":"status
}
END{
...
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Posted By ahamed101
I made the changes in 2 places, did you try with...
I made the changes in 2 places, did you try with the code which I posted in #6?
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Posted By ahamed101
I get the output though with the input you have...
I get the output though with the input you have given.
Check if this is correct. Which is your OS?

root@maximus-netpune-21:/tmp# awk '{
> status=substr($0,91,2)
> ...
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Posted By ahamed101
Exporting this makes the date/time available in...
Exporting this makes the date/time available in the history command

HISTTIMEFORMAT="%d/%m/%y %T"


Well, not sure how old this is though.
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Posted By ahamed101
Try this df -h | awk '$5+0 > 45' If it...
Try this
df -h | awk '$5+0 > 45'
If it doesn't work, provide the output of df -h

And in Solaris, use nawk
Forum: Programming 03-11-2014
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Posted By ahamed101
mystr is basically having the address. And when...
mystr is basically having the address. And when you do mystr = "Hello..."; you are altering the address rather than modifying the content in that address.
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Posted By ahamed101
Try this awk '{ ...
Try this

awk '{
status=substr($0,91,2)
ind=substr($0,26,1);
split(substr($0, 11, 24-11), val,/\.0 /);
key[NR%2":"val[1]val[2]] = ind":"status
}
END{
...
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Posted By ahamed101
Similar GNU awk approach gawk -F'##' ' {...
Similar GNU awk approach

gawk -F'##' '
{
then=mktime(substr($2,1,4)" "substr($2,5,2)" "substr($2,7,2)" "substr($2,9,2)" "substr($2,11,2)" 0")
}
now > then
' now=$(date '+%s')...
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Posted By ahamed101
I have corrected the code. Its kind of...
I have corrected the code.
Its kind of difficult to code and post via mobile/tablet ;)
Forum: HP-UX 03-08-2014
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Posted By ahamed101
The grep command is getting 2 values for...
The grep command is getting 2 values for tellabs7100

0 for tellabs7100
30 for tellabs7100N

and that is why the value 0^J30 is seen, ^J is actually unix line feed.

Since grep-ing for...
Forum: HP-UX 03-08-2014
2,861
Posted By ahamed101
Please correct the code tags, it is difficult to...
Please correct the code tags, it is difficult to read.
Also, paste the output of sh -x yourscript
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Posted By ahamed101
awk 'NR==FNR{A[$4]=$0; next} $6 in A{ print...
awk 'NR==FNR{A[$4]=$0; next} $6 in A{ print A[$6]"\t"$0 }' file1 file2
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Posted By ahamed101
You should not echo it, what i gave was an...
You should not echo it, what i gave was an example.Try this...

sshpass -p 'password' ssh -o StrictHostKeyChecking=no root@storageip 'isi_for_array -s \"isi auth ads time --sync --force\" '
...
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Posted By ahamed101
Use the -exec option then find...
Use the -exec option then


find /prodoragridcn_01/app/oracle/product/10204/rdbms/audit/ -name "*.aud" -type f -mtime +60 -exec rm {} \;


--ahamed
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Posted By ahamed101
Try this first to check for the right files ...
Try this first to check for the right files

find /tmp -user abcuser



And if you see the files are all correct and are the ones you want to delete, try this

find /tmp -user abcuser -exec...
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Posted By ahamed101
Check this, illustrated with examples Bash...
Check this, illustrated with examples

Bash String (http://www.thegeekstuff.com/2010/07/bash-string-manipulation/)

HTH

--ahamed
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Posted By ahamed101
You mean the 3rd and 4th field? Using GNU awk ...
You mean the 3rd and 4th field?
Using GNU awk


awk -F\| '
NR>1{
t1=$3; t2=$4
gsub(/[-:]/," ", t1); gsub(/[-:]/," ", t2)
if(mktime(t2) < mktime(t1))
$4=0
}1
' OFS=\|...
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