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Posted By MadeInGermany
Mounting with noexec can prevent from accidental...
Mounting with noexec can prevent from accidental run of an executable.
E.g. when clicking on an executable script in a file manager, it might open it in a text editor.
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Posted By rbatte1
Okay, so it's DB2. I think that it is usual for...
Okay, so it's DB2. I think that it is usual for all DB2 users to actually be OS users and you might just need to set up the trust there. You might need to use sudo to run the processes as the...
Forum: AIX 08-03-2017
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Posted By vbe
The easiest: create 3 file systems with the...
The easiest:
create 3 file systems with the wanted size the space left can be allocated later
Not sure you can do it with quotas, and as on holiday ( and cant remember if quota is FS or dir on a...
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Posted By Don Cragun
Looking more closely at the standard, when using...
Looking more closely at the standard, when using -exec command +, the primary always returns success even if one or more executions of the given command fail. Furthermore, if there are two or more...
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Posted By Don Cragun
I assume that the question was rhetorical and...
I assume that the question was rhetorical and that you already know that it won't work. If I understand what you're trying to do, try this:
find . -mtime +60 -name '*[.]__*' ! -name...
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Posted By MadeInGermany
find . -name "*.__*" -mtime +60 ! -name...
find . -name "*.__*" -mtime +60 ! -name "*[Aa][Bb][Cc]*" ! -name "*[Xx][Yy][Zz]*" -exec rm {} \;
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Posted By Scrutinizer
Hi, have a look ar the substr() function.
Hi, have a look ar the substr() function.
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Posted By RudiC
Try $ awk 'BEGIN {OFS = "\t"} ...
Try $ awk 'BEGIN {OFS = "\t"}
{YR = substr ($0, 28, 4)
X = substr ($0, 79, 1)
Z = substr ($0, 93, 1)
}
X ~ /[1CLBE]/ && Z ==...
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Posted By RudiC
Replace , with ; here: {YR =...
Replace , with ; here: {YR = substr($0,28,4), X = substr($0,79,1)}
^--- ";"
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Posted By Don Cragun
For your new problem, try: awk 'BEGIN {FS = OFS...
For your new problem, try:
awk 'BEGIN {FS = OFS = "|" }
{ match($2, /P.. /)
f2 = " " substr($2, RSTART, RLENGTH)
match($2, / Q../)
f3 = substr($2, RSTART, RLENGTH)...
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Posted By Corona688
The while-loop simply reads every line in...
The while-loop simply reads every line in patterns.txt into the p variable, one by one.

awk
# Use | as the input separator
-F\|
# Set the P variable inside awk to the value of the shell...
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Posted By Scrutinizer
awk 'NR==FNR{P[$1]; next}{for(i in P) if($3~i)...
awk 'NR==FNR{P[$1]; next}{for(i in P) if($3~i) {print $1,$2,i; next}}' file2 file1
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Posted By Yoda
Here is one way of doing it: while read p do ...
Here is one way of doing it:
while read p
do
awk -F\| -v P="$p" '{if(match($2,P)>0) print $1,substr($2,RSTART,RLENGTH); }' OFS=\| filename
done < Patterns.txt
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Posted By jim mcnamara
Not as given find /path/to/source1 -type f...
Not as given

find /path/to/source1 -type f -mtime +30 -exec mv "{}" /path/to/BKP1 \;

Note the change from {} to "{}"
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Posted By Yoda
awk ' BEGIN { uss=0; nss=0; } { if($1=="USED"...
awk ' BEGIN { uss=0; nss=0; } {
if($1=="USED" && ($2=="SEDAN" || $2=="SUV")) uss++; if($2!="SEDAN" && $2!="SUV") nss++;
} END {
printf "%d\n%d\n", nss, uss;
} ' infile
3
4

Note:...
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Posted By pamu
Try sth like this awk...
Try sth like this


awk '{if(!X[$1,$2]++){FIR=FIR?FIR"_"$1" "$2:$1" "$2}
{Y[$1,$2,$3]=$4;Z[$3]++}}END{n=split(FIR,FCL,"_");for(i=1;i<=n;i++){s=s?s"\t"FCL[i]:"\t"FCL[i]}
print s;
for(j in...
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Posted By Corona688
The answer is, simply, "don't do that". If...
The answer is, simply, "don't do that".

If you can retrieve a password, so can a hacker. There's no point.

Never, ever keep around retrievably-stored passwords if you can possibly help it. ...
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Posted By bakunin
First off, putting passwords in scripts is a VERY...
First off, putting passwords in scripts is a VERY BAD idea. It doesn't matter if they are encrypted or not, because having the password in clear text for all to read is just a small part of the...
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Posted By pokerino
use only bc without -l
use only bc without -l
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Posted By felipe.vinturin
Have you tried this: ls -1 *.dat | \ while...
Have you tried this:

ls -1 *.dat | \
while read fname
do
echo "Current file is: [${fname}]."
done
# Or you can use "find"
find . -name "*.dat" -type f | \
while read fname
do
...
1,453
Posted By max_hammer
#! /bin/ksh set -A array1 11 12 13 14 15 set...
#! /bin/ksh
set -A array1 11 12 13 14 15
set -A array2 abc def ghi ijk lmn
i=0
while [ $i -ne ${#array1
} ]
do
echo " Hello ${array1[i]} ${array2[i]}"
(( i = i + 1 ))
done

...
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Posted By Shell_Life
#!/usr/bin/ksh while read mName mCnt1 mCnt2; do...
#!/usr/bin/ksh
while read mName mCnt1 mCnt2; do
if [[ "${mCnt1}" != "${mCnt2}" ]]; then
echo '<font color="red">'${mName}'</font>' ${mCnt1} ${mCnt2}
else
echo ${mName} ${mCnt1}...
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Posted By Corona688
awk is meant for stuff like this. one-liner: ...
awk is meant for stuff like this. one-liner:

awk 'NR==1 { print } NR>1 { if($2 != $3) printf("<font color="red">%s</font>\n", $0); else print; }' < infile

with more explanation:

awk '
# If...
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Posted By radoulov
Do you have an empty line at the end of the file?...
Do you have an empty line at the end of the file? Try this:

awk -F\; 'END {
print idc, id2c
for (i = 0; ++i <= i1;) {
printf "%s", id1[i] OFS
for (j = 0; ++j <= i2;)
...
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Posted By MacMonster
Use "pre" tag in html to show your content. It...
Use "pre" tag in html to show your content. It will process the line breaks. Otherwise, you need to convert the "\n" to "<br>".

The code will look like this:


outputFile="sample.log"
( ...
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