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2,083
Posted By varungupta
I think , you dont get the problem... Problem...
I think , you dont get the problem...
Problem is to pick "each" BOLD Faced variable, then get its RED faced value.
Suppose : VIPS_INQ1 is the variable whose RED faced value is 130164 . Now for...
2,083
Posted By varungupta
Suppose I got 2 columns that I highlighted above,...
Suppose I got 2 columns that I highlighted above, then what about the sum of each those BOLD faced variables and its value (in RED face) for an hour, with a gap of 10 seconds.
:confused:
2,083
Posted By varungupta
A variable and sum of its value in a huge data.
Hi Experts,

I got a question..

In the following output of `ps -elf | grep DataFlow` I get:-

242001 A mqsiadm 2076676 1691742 0 60 20 26ad4f400 130164 * May 09 - 3:02...
2,015
Posted By varungupta
By the way...following is the script. Its running...
By the way...following is the script. Its running while TRUE and sleep is 10 seconds. It'll work but is Cntrl+C interrupt only solution to stop it? OR can I run while loop for just 1 minute.

while...
2,015
Posted By varungupta
Re
Yes..I did that.
Its fine and working.

Thanks:b:
2,015
Posted By varungupta
I mean to say by that, that the script/command...
I mean to say by that, that the script/command will execute for a minute and sleep would be of 10 seconds. (I minute = 60 seconds ; i.e. 6 times script will run)
In that timespan, i would like to...
2,015
Posted By varungupta
Summation of the column value in an interval.
Hey,

I have a file with following data..
and I want to get the summation of 10th column. And this happens in every 10 seconds for a minute max.

242001 A mqsitst 794864 1249516 0 60 20...
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Posted By varungupta
ps avg | grep ? filter the desired out put.
Hi Folk,

Following is the command I used to get data related to the DataFlowEngine.
I wanted to know the % usage of cpu and memory.
ps avg | grep Data

This command will show the processes...
9,109
Posted By varungupta
Got it. Thanks buddy !:b:
Got it.
Thanks buddy !:b:
9,109
Posted By varungupta
chmod to parent and sub directories ?
Hi folk,

Could you please give me command to give the rwx permissions to the parent and its sub directories ?
Is it possible to fire one command or Script for giving permission to both the parent...
Forum: AIX 03-16-2009
3,599
Posted By varungupta
Re:
Thanks Sir.
I appreciate your help.
:b:
Forum: AIX 03-13-2009
3,599
Posted By varungupta
no -a and tcp_keepint ??
Hi Folk,

I have a question :
when I hit following command, it shows some of the parameters related to tcp (as shown below). Do you have any idea about them?
$ no -a

tcp_keepcnt...
9,302
Posted By varungupta
Re
Thanks for the reply.
Would you be able to describe it a little bit more.

I appreciate that.
Thanks
-Varun:b:
9,302
Posted By varungupta
ulimit -a : nofiles ?
Hi folk,

I have a question..

$ ulimit -a
time(seconds) unlimited
file(blocks) unlimited
data(kbytes) 131072
stack(kbytes) 32768
memory(kbytes) unlimited...
9,693
Posted By varungupta
Hey You can get the count of total arguments...
Hey

You can get the count of total arguments being passed. and then you can preserve all of'em except first 2 arguments using for loop.

echo 'num of args: '$#

following for loop will display...
32,136
Posted By varungupta
Hey, Following is the command to do that:...
Hey,

Following is the command to do that: (please take care of the quotes)

echo "Date is : `date +%d` "
Date is : 11


Thanks
Varun Gupta:b:
65,340
Posted By varungupta
max num. in a file.
you can simply use the for loop and get the max no. out of the file: as:

max=1

for in `cat a.txt`
do
if [[ $1 > "$max" ]]; then
max=$1
echo "$max" > b.txt
fi
done
...
7,048
Posted By varungupta
hi I think you can resolve the issue by...
hi

I think you can resolve the issue by involving fork() processes as they might run diff. set of processes in background.

Thanks
Varun Gupta:b:
9,730
Posted By varungupta
attach the file in mail
here is the command :

uuencode filename1 filename1 | mailx -s "subject" toxyz@abc.com

Using above command you can send a file "filename1" to the person "toxyz@abc.com"

It works on AIX and...
77,611
Posted By varungupta
uuencode file2 file2 >> tempfile mailx -s...
uuencode file2 file2 >> tempfile

mailx -s "ATTACHMENT with TEXT" vg517@chrysler.com < tempfile

Try using the above example. hope this'll workout for you.

Thanks
Varun.:b:
1,941
Posted By varungupta
Hey, How you are getting audio file into the...
Hey,

How you are getting audio file into the unix/aix environment ?
I'ld appreciate if you'll share some knowledge.

Thanks.
Varun:b:
6
5,478
Posted By varungupta
Hey, Subject=Subject of mailing ...
Hey,
Subject=Subject of mailing
MAIL_RECIPIENTS=xyz@abc.com
cat FILENAME1 | mailx -s "$Subject" $MAIL_RECIPIENTS


You can try this !
Thanks
Varun.:b:
20,630
Posted By varungupta
Hey, I have created 100 directories and...
Hey,

I have created 100 directories and deleted them using rm -r *.abc
It works.
I dont think there is some kind of limitations to remove directories.
TO REMOVE DIRECTORIES recursive "-r" is...
29,812
Posted By varungupta
Hey, Thanks for the reply. I wanted to...
Hey,

Thanks for the reply.
I wanted to know who all has the access to the server to login as a user.
List of users who has logged in ever to the server, how to get the list of those ?
I knew...
2,465
Posted By varungupta
Hey, Could you please explain it more, in...
Hey,

Could you please explain it more, in terms of what it is doing and what it should do ?
It would be helpful in analyzing the problem and Solution we can find then.

Thanks.
Varun:b:
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