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are both the unix box are of same flavor, i mean...
are both the unix box are of same flavor, i mean redhat linux, suse like that. ?
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Could you please let us know what exactly are you...
Could you please let us know what exactly are you trying to do ?

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if you have other system as unix, you can...
if you have other system as unix, you can configure nfs on master box( year 98) and mount that nfs partition on other system and copy data locally after mounting.

you can also use scp, rsync...
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try using 'read' - nilesh
try using 'read'

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there are different editors which can be used to...
there are different editors which can be used to open file like vi, emac etc
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umask value can be change. umask {new value} ...
umask value can be change.
umask {new value}

for example.
umask 222

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file {filename}
file {filename}
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This way you can get them on the seperate line. ...
This way you can get them on the seperate line.
grep -B 1 -i SIP forum.txt | sed -e 's/<value>//g' -e 's/<key>//g' -e 's/<\/value>//g' -e 's/<\/key>//g'

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check entries or values?
check entries or values?
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You need to do lots of customization. By defalut...
You need to do lots of customization. By defalut system gives you read access of most of the directories/files. You can try creating chroot like environment.

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You can use mrtg with snmp to graph that data. ...
You can use mrtg with snmp to graph that data.

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what output are you getting ?
what output are you getting ?
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It seems both script can write into file. Are...
It seems both script can write into file.
Are you sure about redirect operator? Use >> redirect operator n try.

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Did you try same command on command line with...
Did you try same command on command line with same user?
Does your file have write permission ?

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try jdgraph. Do you have any specific...
try jdgraph. Do you have any specific requirement?

- nilesh
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1. Did you check logs why its not running? 2....
1. Did you check logs why its not running?
2. Are those script executable?
3. You can also try putting them into your bash_profile.
4. Are you using any environment variable, if yes you have to...
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Have you try diff and cmp commands ? - nilesh
Have you try diff and cmp commands ?

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how do you start your program? did you try...
how do you start your program?
did you try puting your script in /etc/rc.local ?

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Could you please paste error, in case you are...
Could you please paste error, in case you are getting any ? which os?

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cat log.file | grep -B 5 "Jan 17" This will...
cat log.file | grep -B 5 "Jan 17"
This will print below 5 lines of the search.

-nilesh
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You can grep for "Jan 17".
You can grep for "Jan 17".
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Yes it is variable and display you list of...
Yes it is variable and display you list of command line arguments passed.
create a script, with echo statement in it.


and then run script.
sh test.sh 1 2 4

It should display arguments,
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if update.sh is specified present in any of the...
if update.sh is specified present in any of the standard binary path like /bin, /sbin, /use/bin, you can directly use it.

And if update.sh is not present in any of the binary location you have to...
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Use tripwire. - nilesh
Use tripwire.

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Are you doing it to keep backup of these...
Are you doing it to keep backup of these directories/files?
tar -czvvf backup.tgz /var/www/logs/ /var/www/zones/ /var/www/messages

Above command wont harm /var/www/logs/ /var/www/zones/ ...
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