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Posted By gfhgfnhhn
tar: Memory allocation failed
tar: Memory allocation failed for extended data while reading : Not enough space

what can be done for the above problem?

top utility reports memory usage as follows:
Memory: Real: 2688M/15G...
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Posted By gfhgfnhhn
Originally Posted by Deal_NoDeal for i in `cat...
Originally Posted by Deal_NoDeal
for i in `cat filelist`



That is almost always the wrong way to read a file. Apart from the useless use of cat (UUOC), it will break if any lines contain...
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Posted By gfhgfnhhn
enclose a line with quotation marks
i have a file like this

aaaa bbbb cccc
aaa aaaa
aa cccccccccccccccc
aaaaaaa aaaa aaaa


i want to enclose this lines with double quotation:

"aaaa bbbb cccc"
"aaa aaaa"
"aa...
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Posted By gfhgfnhhn
reversing order of lines in a file
how can i reverse the line order in text files?
(but total number of the lines is not constant )

for example i have a file like this:

line1
line2
line3
.
.
lineN


i wantto make it...
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Posted By gfhgfnhhn
help on a basic example
hi,
in a text file i have listed some file names,
it look like this

AAAA1
AAAA2
AAAA3
BBBBB1
AAAA4
BBBBB2
BBBBB3
AAAA5
AAAA6
BBBBB4

i want to make some operations on the files with...
Forum: Programming 12-04-2006
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Posted By gfhgfnhhn
path for libc.a
how can i determine the path
for libc.a?
i wonder where it is located in my unix machine
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Posted By gfhgfnhhn
what is spool? i dont think that my OS supports...
what is spool?
i dont think that my OS supports a command named spool.
can u explain about it?
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Posted By gfhgfnhhn
thanks for your reply but it didnt solve my...
thanks for your reply but it didnt solve my problem.
let me explain via example:

i am running sqlplus, then in the sql prompt i am running some queries.

sqlplus user/pasw@DATABASE
SQL> select...
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Posted By gfhgfnhhn
permanent redirection of standard input
while running a user inter-active program
how can we get the commands from a
file instead of the user?

is there anyway to permanently redirect content
of a file to standard input?
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Posted By gfhgfnhhn
i am trying to make sure that $1 is a number...
i am trying to make sure that $1 is a number between 0-9
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Posted By gfhgfnhhn
if statement in ksh
what is the problem with this comparison in ksh script:

if [ "$1" -ne "[:digit:]" ]

it gives syntx error
3
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Posted By gfhgfnhhn
inodes
how is the location of inodes in the physical disk.
are they sequential like:
bootblock|superblock|inode1|inode2| ....| datablock1|datablock2|datablock3

or are they distributed among data blocks...
2,369
Posted By gfhgfnhhn
1st one is ok for cd dir2, but 2nd one fails...
1st one is ok for cd dir2,
but 2nd one fails when i do cd dir2

and the error message is:
ksh: dir2: not found
2,369
Posted By gfhgfnhhn
environment variables in cdpath
CDPATH=.:/users/:/users/user1/:/users/user1/dir1/ is ok

but

CDPATH=.:$HOME/:$HOME/dir1/ fails
although $HOME=/users/user1

why?
1
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Posted By gfhgfnhhn
Cdpath
i add a new path to CDPATH
but i cannot go to that path
the error is as follows:

export CDPATH:$CDPATH:/home/dir1/dir2
cd dir2
ksh: dir2: not found

what is the problem?
21,853
Posted By gfhgfnhhn
grep with or
i want to display output of ps ,
but i want to filter it using grep
i want to grep only process1 (AAA) or process2 (BBB), how can i do this
i tried something as follows, but i didnt work:

ps...
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Posted By gfhgfnhhn
i am trying to understand 1) if the cpu...
i am trying to understand
1) if the cpu utilization is uniformly distributed over each cpu or not?

2) if it is not uniformly distributed which of the cpu's is more utilized?

3)if it is not...
2,094
Posted By gfhgfnhhn
i tried top command but i couldnt find any...
i tried top command
but i couldnt find any useful information which
can be an answer to my question
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Posted By gfhgfnhhn
cpu usage
when i got the cpu usage values of the all process
running in my sytem i see that 140% of the cpu is used.
(using ps aux command)
i have a 4 cpu system.
can we say that averagely 35% of each cpu...
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Posted By gfhgfnhhn
i dont know the version of vmstat, but i am...
i dont know the version of vmstat,
but i am using OSF1 unix.
The thing i want to learn is,
it is writing to where (to swap space or what?)
and i want to learn about unit?
(number of blocks,...
4,484
Posted By gfhgfnhhn
yes, you are totally right. i wanted to ask...
yes, you are totally right.
i wanted to ask about resident set size,
and i got the answer.
thanks...
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Posted By gfhgfnhhn
iowrites ,pgwrites
what kind of information does
iowrites and pgwrites of "vmstat -p" provide?
what is the unit for these values?
(number of blocks? or bytes? or ...?)
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Posted By gfhgfnhhn
thanks a lot, i got it
thanks a lot, i got it
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Posted By gfhgfnhhn
Residential Memory
What does Residential memory mean?
what is the difference between residential memory and physical memory?
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Posted By gfhgfnhhn
in fact what i want to do is: i have 8 files,...
in fact what i want to do is:
i have 8 files, each have 5 column data
i want to merge these files into 1 file,
so i will get a 1 file with 40 column
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