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Posted By Glyn_Mo
Thanks, that's doing exactly what I'm wanting! ...
Thanks, that's doing exactly what I'm wanting!

I need to read up a bit more on this though. I take it, I need to be looking arrays in AWK?

Many thanks
Glyn
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Posted By Glyn_Mo
How to only display lines where a field has the highest number?
Hello

Wondering if anybody can advise me how I can sort the below file so it only displays lines with the latest versions of an object? As you'll see some of the scripts listed in my file have...
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Posted By Glyn_Mo
Storing variables and using them..
Hello

Apologies for not having the most accurate of thread titles.. I'm using IBM Rational Synergy CM software. I use the Synergy commands in tandem with Unix commands.

I have a directory...
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Posted By Glyn_Mo
Scrutinizer, many thanks. I've had a...
Scrutinizer, many thanks.

I've had a problem when running this against another file though. The file contents are as follows:

bash-3.00$ cat release
ins_smo.sql-22 ...
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Posted By Glyn_Mo
Convert value stored in a variable to epoch time?
Hello

I have a the creation date of a file stored in a variable in the following format:
Wed May 06 10:14:58 2009Is there a way I can echo the variable and display it in epoch time?

I've...
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Posted By Glyn_Mo
Thanks Danmero. Unfortunately I need to be able...
Thanks Danmero. Unfortunately I need to be able to run the command on different files, in which the object names listed won't don't contain "GUI" in the name...
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Posted By Glyn_Mo
Displaying lines of a file which have the highest number?
Hello

Wondering if anybody may be able to advise on how I can filter the contents of the following file:


<object_name>-<version> <Instance>

GM_GUI_code.fmb-4 ...
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Posted By Glyn_Mo
The data comes out like the following: 1)...
The data comes out like the following:
1) cmsynergy_menu.sh-0 Mon May 12 11:47:34 2008
2) cmsynergy_menu.sh-1 Mon May 12 11:51:52 2008
3) cmsynergy_menu.sh-10 Tue Aug 19 11:42:42...
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Posted By Glyn_Mo
Using Sed to perform multiple substitutions?
Hello

I have the following output which is returned with the Month in text format instead of numerical. The output I receive is performed by using Rational Synergy CM software commands from the...
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Posted By Glyn_Mo
Backing out of a script if command doesn't return any results?
Hello

I have a script which emails identifies the user ID of a user and sends them an email. A user can enter part of the name of the person he/wants to send the email to. Then I use the ypcat...
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Posted By Glyn_Mo
Thanks quirkasaurus, though I'm not entirely sure...
Thanks quirkasaurus, though I'm not entirely sure if that's what I'm wanting.

For each result returned by FIND_USE=`ccm folder -fu -u -f "%name"-"%version" ${FOLDER_ID}` I need to be able to...
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Posted By Glyn_Mo
Many thanks for reply, gaurav1086. Is there any...
Many thanks for reply, gaurav1086. Is there any way I can parse each line returned into seperate variables?

Thanks
Glyn
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Posted By Glyn_Mo
Assigning the output of a command to a variable, where there may be >1 line returned?
Hello

I am using unix CLI commands for the Synergy CM software. The command basically searches for a folder ID and returns the names of the projects the folder sits in. The result is assigned to...
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Posted By Glyn_Mo
Thanks very much for everybody's replies. ...
Thanks very much for everybody's replies.



I couldn't get this one to work... The initial error I got was: awk: syntax error near line 1
awk: illegal statement near line 1

I then changed...
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Posted By Glyn_Mo
This is the desired output. UserID ...
This is the desired output.
UserID Process ID Time Active Licence Type User Name
------ ---------- ----------- ------------ ---------...
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Posted By Glyn_Mo
Substituting field contents using AWK
Hello, wondering if anybody may be help me. This is the output of a file, from which I need to display a number of fields regarding which users are using licences for two applications we run. Lines...
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Posted By Glyn_Mo
Copying a directory structure with the latest versions of files
Hello

I have three directory structures for code releases.

Each directory structure looks like this:

bash-3.00$ ls -R | more

.:
Test_Release_1
Test_Release_2
Test_Release_3
...
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Posted By Glyn_Mo
Thanks Devaraj The problem with this...
Thanks Devaraj

The problem with this though, is that if I have version 34 of a file deployed and somebody comes along and deploys version 29.1.1 of a file (which I don't won't to be deployed...
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Posted By Glyn_Mo
Thanks everybody for your help. ...
Thanks everybody for your help.



Should the sed command not be ( using "." instead of ":" ):

DEPLOYED_VERSION=`ccm ls ${TARGET_FILE} | cut -f2 -d"-" | sed 's/.//g'` ?

I'm not sure why...
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Posted By Glyn_Mo
Using the "Less Than" (-lt) switch on numbers with decimal places?
I'm using shell scripts to run some commands for the Configuration Management tool called Telelogic Synergy.

I need to get the script to compare version numbers of files. The version numbers of...
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Posted By Glyn_Mo
I tried using gsub: gsub("(linger:...
I tried using gsub:

gsub("(linger: 1800)","ChangeBase", $0)
gsub(/ /,"CMBase", $0,$13)

It worked okay for replacing "linger: 1800", but not for when the field is empty. Unfortunately it...
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Posted By Glyn_Mo
Definitely 13 fields (including spaces).
Definitely 13 fields (including spaces).
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Posted By Glyn_Mo
Comes back with an error: nawk: syntax...
Comes back with an error:

nawk: syntax error at source line 39
context is
NR > 1 && /linger/ >>> { <<< sub(/\(linger: 1800\)/,"ChangeBase"); print; next} NR > 1 {print $0,"CMBase"; next}...
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Posted By Glyn_Mo
Supressing and replacing the output of a field in Awk
Wondering if anybody can help with changing the output of a field. I'm needing to change the output of a field in this file:

User Process ID Time Active Licences Type
ChangeAdmin...
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Posted By Glyn_Mo
Counting records with AWK
I've been working with an awk script and I'm wondeing id it's possible to count records in a file which DO NOT contain, in this instance fields 12 and 13.

With the one script I am wanting to...
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