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You can do it but its completely dependent on how...
You can do it but its completely dependent on how you run the Informix dbexport job.

If you run the job by running a command you can write a small script and call your job from there and...
Forum: HP-UX 05-21-2008
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Posted By rajus19
you are running "ls -la" from your login home ?...
you are running "ls -la" from your login home ? Its normally available over there.
Forum: HP-UX 05-21-2008
8,306
Posted By rajus19
try the command "ls -la" to find the hidden files...
try the command "ls -la" to find the hidden files (starts with .)
18,894
Posted By rajus19
Thanks for the help. But the -mmin option is...
Thanks for the help.

But the -mmin option is not working. I tried -newer option for which you have provided a link, thats working.

Please let me know if there is any other option.

Thanks,...
18,894
Posted By rajus19
Finding files which are modified few mins ago
Hi All,

I have a requirement to find out the files which are modified in the last 10 minutes.

I tried the find command with -amin and -mmin options, but its not working on my AIX server.
...
65,201
Posted By rajus19
How to edit the crontab file
Hi All,

There are some cron jobs scheduled already by someone, now I have to make some changes to the schedule timings. Please advise me.

thanks,
Raju
16,133
Posted By rajus19
check https://www.unix.com/showthread.php?t=33294 ...
check https://www.unix.com/showthread.php?t=33294

and use the find command to filter your files which will start with 0-999
16,272
Posted By rajus19
Thanks blowtorch
Thanks blowtorch
16,272
Posted By rajus19
Thanks Blowtorch. As a unix command its...
Thanks Blowtorch.

As a unix command its working fine, I tried to put in my perl program and made the changes to assign the previous date(format mm/dd/yyyy) to a variable but its not working fine. ...
16,272
Posted By rajus19
Previous day's date in Perl?
Hi All,

I want to find the previous day's date and store that in a variable, which will be usuful for further processing.

Any help please.

Regards,
raju
2,821
Posted By rajus19
Any updates please. Thanks, Raju
Any updates please.

Thanks,
Raju
2,821
Posted By rajus19
Data transfer from DB2 to Sybase using Perl?
Hi,

Good Morning everybody.

I need to write a perl script which will get some data from DB2 table and then put it into Sybase table. I have the experience in Oracle and Unix but new to these...
7,582
Posted By rajus19
Hi Reddy, Thanks for your help... I...
Hi Reddy,

Thanks for your help...

I will check it & let you know the status.


Regards,
Raju
7,582
Posted By rajus19
any help pls... Thanks in Advance Raju
any help pls...

Thanks in Advance
Raju
7,582
Posted By rajus19
How to check the file status in a remote server?
Hi All,
Thanks in Advance.

My requirement is there are some data files to be updated(some times new files get created) regularly in server A, these files are to be updated to the server B(backup...
9,692
Posted By rajus19
Thanks Hegemaro
Thanks Hegemaro
9,692
Posted By rajus19
Hi Sirisha thanks for your immediate response. ...
Hi Sirisha thanks for your immediate response.

Its not 10.
Its accepting more than that, I tried for 20 also, its taking.

Regards,
Srini
9,692
Posted By rajus19
Max number of parameters to korn shell?
Hi All,

what is the maximum limit for the command line arguments in korn shell.


Regards,
Raju
8,197
Posted By rajus19
Thanks Vino
Thanks Vino
8,197
Posted By rajus19
Logic behind date2jd function??
Thanks for the response.
Can you pls explain the part of logic behind date2jd.

((standard_jd = day - 32075
+ 1461 * (year + 4800 - (14 - month)/12)/4
+ 367 * (month - 2...
8,197
Posted By rajus19
Difference between two dates...
Hi All,
Wish you a Happy New year...

I have to find the difference between two dates, the result should be the number of days. I have seen the "datecalc" function. Its good, can I have any other...
171,623
Posted By rajus19
Mahendra, your second solution is fine, but...
Mahendra,

your second solution is fine, but the first solution isn't working.

Regards,
Raju
27,538
Posted By rajus19
try this mailx -s "hello" xyz@yahoo.com ...
try this

mailx -s "hello" xyz@yahoo.com

its working fine in Sun OS 5.8

Regards
Raju
11,257
Posted By rajus19
Thanks you guys. Madhan, Your code is...
Thanks you guys.

Madhan,
Your code is working fine.

Rahul,
Its not working, even I haven't understood the code properly. Could you please explain it.

Thanks in Advance.
Raju
11,257
Posted By rajus19
How to get the user Id of an user?
Hi I would like to write a script which accepts the user name from the command line and it should find the user id of that particular user name.
Could any one of you pls give me the command which...
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