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Thanks for the correction
Thanks for the correction
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How did you execute your script?
How did you execute your script?
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Assuming your 3rd column is in MB. awk '{ if...
Assuming your 3rd column is in MB.

awk '{ if (FNR==NR) { a[$2]+=$3; next } if (a[$1] < 6000) { print $1 } }' freedata_test.log datafile_test.log
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ls -1t | grep ^- | head | xargs mv <directory> ...
ls -1t | grep ^- | head | xargs mv <directory>

worth trying above line
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There shouldn't be any issue on using '&' Could...
There shouldn't be any issue on using '&'
Could you tell us what Child1.sh Child2.sh does?
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Not very clear. Could you paste a sample input...
Not very clear.
Could you paste a sample input record and expected output record for the same.
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You may try following method. Schedule a...
You may try following method.

Schedule a cron job in your local machine which will check whether file is copied already for the day. If not, it has to connect to the remote machine and try to copy...
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#!/bin/sh date_var=`grep 'Event Time' a.txt...
#!/bin/sh

date_var=`grep 'Event Time' a.txt | head -1 | cut -d= -f2`
date -d $date_var '+%d-%m-%Y-%H-%M'
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read iCOUNT < tmp_file.log ---> Reads content of...
read iCOUNT < tmp_file.log ---> Reads content of tmp_file.log to iCOUNT variable
echo $fCOUNT > tmp_file.log --> Writing fCOUNT to tmp_file.log
iCOUNT=$fCOUNT --> Assigning / Copying value at...
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Say your filename is a.log For the first run,...
Say your filename is a.log
For the first run, iCOUNT and fCOUNT will be same. Hence o/p will be 0.
Script will store the fCOUNT to tmp_file.log and in next run, it will pick iCOUNT from this file....
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am using GNU version of tar and above command is...
am using GNU version of tar and above command is working fine for me.
I am not sure if your version expect myfile.tar since r is present in the tar option. Please try following line (Changed r to c)...
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need to confirm few things. For the first time:...
need to confirm few things.
For the first time:

(1) from which file fcount should be picked up?
(2) from which file icount should be picked up?

For sub sequent run:

(1) from which file...
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I don't see anything wrong with this command. ...
I don't see anything wrong with this command.
Are you getting any error?
Rather did you check myfile.tar, with tvf option?
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echo 20 | awk '{ ndx="1,1"; a[ndx]=$1; } END {...
echo 20 | awk '{ ndx="1,1"; a[ndx]=$1; } END { for (ndx in a) { printf("%s-->%s\n",ndx,a[ndx]); } }'


may be something like this
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you can execute a command in remote host using...
you can execute a command in remote host using ssh.
You can keep your script in local machine and collect IP, hostname from remote machine using ssh.

Start reading ssh man pages.
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am still not clear with the requirment. ...
am still not clear with the requirment.


#!/bin/sh
if [ ! -f a.log ]; then
touch a.log
fi
iCOUNT=`grep -c ERROR a.log`

fCOUNT=`grep -c ERROR b.log`

if [ ${fCOUNT} -gt ${iCOUNT} ];...
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I am not sure if multi dimensioning is supported...
I am not sure if multi dimensioning is supported in awk.
Anyhow we can achieve same result by combining (may be with a delimit) multiple fields.
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It is an infinite loop. There is no break in that...
It is an infinite loop. There is no break in that loop.
You may break the loop by checking some condition.

And I don't understand why a loop is required there.
Pls let us know what is the...
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sett1: ./cwhelper/tcwhelper.cpp@@/main/62 ...
sett1:

./cwhelper/tcwhelper.cpp@@/main/62

sett2:

./cwhelper/tcwauthlatesettreqcreen.hpp@@/main/1
./cwhelper/tcwhelper.cpp@@/main/64

cmp.awk:

first_file=$1
second_file=$2

awk -F@...
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first line is not required. Don't have any...
first line is not required.

Don't have any clue. Someone else has to bump.
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am also using bash and it is working fine for me....
am also using bash and it is working fine for me.

pls check whether awk line is broken
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what i pasted was a oneliner. If you need this...
what i pasted was a oneliner.
If you need this to keep in a file, do it as follows.

first_file=$1
second_file=$2

awk -F@ '{ if (FNR==NR) { a[$1]=0; next } if ($1 in a) { a[$1]=1 } } END { for...
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(1) script will be executed in a new shell (2)...
(1) script will be executed in a new shell
(2) will be executed in the current shell
(3) will be executed in new shell, but script need not to have execute permission
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awk -F@ '{ if (FNR==NR) { a[$1]=0; next } if ($1...
awk -F@ '{ if (FNR==NR) { a[$1]=0; next } if ($1 in a) { a[$1]=1 } } END { for ( i in a ) { if (a[i]==0) { print i } } }' first_file second_file
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-F: --> This declares ":" as the field separator...
-F: --> This declares ":" as the field separator
MSI comes in the 4th word.
If first 3 char of 4th word is "MSI"
print 5th char onwards of 4th word
else
If first word is "Resp" and...
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