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Forum: Solaris 08-21-2013
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GNU grep (/usr/sfw/bin/ggrep) is generally...
GNU grep (/usr/sfw/bin/ggrep) is generally installed at system in /usr/sfw/bin.
Forum: AIX 07-29-2013
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you can use redirection to send the command...
you can use redirection to send the command output to a file instead of the standard output (that is your display device).

top -b > top_output.txt
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you can generate high entropy passwords using...
you can generate high entropy passwords using openssl.

openssl rand -base64 6

see the openssl man page for more details.
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you can see the GMT time with the -u option in...
you can see the GMT time with the -u option in date.

date -u

man date..

-u Display (or set) the date in Greenwich Mean
Time (GMT-universal time), ...
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okay if you are not using GNU find then i guess...
okay if you are not using GNU find then i guess maxdepth will not be available.

You can do something like below using prune to not descending to and directory other than "dir".
find...
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Posted By codemaniac
try using printf. :) prstat 1 1 | awk...
try using printf. :)

prstat 1 1 | awk '{printf ("%10s %10s %10s %10s\n",$1,$2,$9,$10)}'
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okay, the below cron entry will get file once...
okay, the below cron entry will get file once daily at 8:30 pm.

30 20 * * * /home/test/scripts/example.sh
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Posted By codemaniac
something like below you want? sed...
something like below you want?

sed 's/oldfiler.host.box.network.com/newfiler-003.host.box.lp3/g;s/mainwh02.host.box.network.com/newfiler-003.host.box.lp3/g' filename

it will replace the...
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Posted By codemaniac
what have you tried so far? just a hint: you...
what have you tried so far?

just a hint: you can extract the last character of a string by something like below.

echo $string| awk '{print substr($0,length($0),1)}'
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Just some thoughts, according to history...
Just some thoughts, according to history manpage..

"!" character starts a history substitution in bash.

and "#" is The entire command line typed so far.
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Posted By codemaniac
Do you want your command/script to run only @8:30...
Do you want your command/script to run only @8:30 pm once daily?
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Posted By codemaniac
# minute (0-59), # | hour (0-23), # | ...
# minute (0-59),
# | hour (0-23),
# | | day of the month (1-31),
# | | | month of the year (1-12),
# | | | | day of the week (0-6 with...
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Posted By codemaniac
first of all please check where the .profile file...
first of all please check where the .profile file is located for the unix user.

. /path/to/the/profile
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the gnu find has a maxdepth option that lets you...
the gnu find has a maxdepth option that lets you restrict the search to the current directory.

can you try something like below.

find . -maxdepth 1 -mtime +30
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Posted By codemaniac
cron has very limited idea about your shell...
cron has very limited idea about your shell environment, hence it would be better if you can set your profile again at the beginning of your script.

try editing your it.sh and add your...
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Posted By codemaniac
technically the assignment statement is valid,...
technically the assignment statement is valid, but why you would want to re-assign already defined environment variable?
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you can easily store the content of the variable...
you can easily store the content of the variable $ARBORDBU in another variable e.g. var with the below assignment.

var=$ARBORDBU
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you can find the files older than 30 days and...
you can find the files older than 30 days and archive them with the below commandline.

find . -mtime +30 | xargs tar cvzf archive.tar

remove files older than 30 days with the below commandline....
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Posted By codemaniac
if you are trying to search for fixed strings,...
if you are trying to search for fixed strings, you can use fgrep which is more faster than grep.
fgrep (grep -F in linux) is fixed or fast grep and behaves as grep but does not recognise any...
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You can use find, someting like below on your...
You can use find, someting like below on your shell script.

find . -ctime +3-print | xargs -I '{}' rm {}

this will delete files older than 3 days.
Forum: Fedora 10-16-2012
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Posted By codemaniac
You need to run ssh with more verbosity to...
You need to run ssh with more verbosity to understand why authentication is failing.
ssh -vvv username@host

On the server end, look in the logs. /var/log/auth.log will give you a pretty good...
Forum: Fedora 10-16-2012
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Posted By codemaniac
what does it say when you do the below on A. ...
what does it say when you do the below on A.

ssh user@localhoost
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the function is a recursive one (calls itself)...
the function is a recursive one (calls itself) hence you need a if condition in the function body so that it can be terminated when a certain condition is met(e.g when $c reaches a specific value).
Forum: Solaris 10-15-2012
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Posted By codemaniac
You can use the find command, may be something...
You can use the find command, may be something like below

find /sys/logs -ctime +1 | xargs -I '{}' mv {} /backup

Please test with some sample files before you go . :)
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try sed "s/Winston (UK) Wong/7000/"...
try
sed "s/Winston (UK) Wong/7000/" tmp0.txt
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