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That did the trick! I added the sed command to...
That did the trick! I added the sed command to the end of the pipeline I was using to gather the data. So my pipeline looks like:

df -h | grep <search string> | tail -1 | awk '{ print $2 }' | sed...
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Posted By Heathe_Kyle
If you don't have permission to execute ksh, then...
If you don't have permission to execute ksh, then your administrator might have ksh locked down for some reason.

First, what shell are you running?

# echo $SHELL

Second, do you know the path...
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Posted By Heathe_Kyle
Remove trailing G
Hello, I am trying to write a script that will calculate the amount of data remaining in a storage volume. I'm running Tru64 Unix version 5.1B patch kit 6. The script is being run against an AdvFS...
3,088
Posted By Heathe_Kyle
Log Files
Hello, I have a rather broad question here. I've been a Unix Administrator now for about 2 years and the one part of my job that gives me a headache is reading log files. While some of the messages...
Forum: Solaris 11-13-2006
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Posted By Heathe_Kyle
Root Password on SMC
Hello, I am running Solaris 10 on a SunBlade 150 Workstation. This is a standalone workstation used to administer other Unix boxes on a production LAN.

I reloaded my box over the weekend and am...
3,556
Posted By Heathe_Kyle
Hmm... I honestly don't know what the...
Hmm... I honestly don't know what the metacharacters !| mean in tcsh. You could try escaping them with a backslash like:

% echo "\!\|"

Does that work?
10,949
Posted By Heathe_Kyle
I've never used tcsh, so that explains the...
I've never used tcsh, so that explains the inability to find for.

As far as "cannot access cat", again, make sure it is in your path. If you had a text file and did

# cat file

does it...
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Posted By Heathe_Kyle
Hmm... the for command is usually built into your...
Hmm... the for command is usually built into your shell. Type this:

# echo $SHELL

You should get something back like:


/usr/bin/ksh or
/bin/sh

something like that. If your shell doesn't...
4,439
Posted By Heathe_Kyle
First of all client-server is a computing model,...
First of all client-server is a computing model, meaning there are other models of computing. The main alternative to client-server is peer-to-peer. Try this analogy:

When you go to a restaraunt,...
2,490
Posted By Heathe_Kyle
While I'm sure that awk can do that, the first...
While I'm sure that awk can do that, the first thing I thought of when I read your problem was to use sed. Try this:

# sed 's/^/Will India win the /g' file > file1
# mv file1 file
# sed 's/$/...
Forum: High Performance Computing 10-27-2006
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Posted By Heathe_Kyle
Grid vs. Parallel vs. Distributed
Hello all,

I was wondering if someone could either explain or maybe point me to another article somewhere that explains the difference between:

distributed computing
grid computing
parallel...
10,949
Posted By Heathe_Kyle
HA! You're cool, man. I didn't know how to do all...
HA! You're cool, man. I didn't know how to do all this at one point... Let me answer your second question first, then I'll break the script down.



You can actually do short scripting at a...
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Posted By Heathe_Kyle
Try this
The ls command has a couple of switches here that might accomplish what you are looking for. After reading this, do a man ls on whatever flavor of Unix you are using in case the exact letter used for...
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Posted By Heathe_Kyle
<facepalm> Thank you. While I guess this was...
<facepalm>

Thank you. While I guess this was obvious, I sometimes overlook the obvious on the assumption there is some wildly complicated answer.

Still though, can anyone define a Mach Factor?...
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Posted By Heathe_Kyle
Load Average
Hello all, I have a question about load averages.

I've read the man pages for the uptime and w command for two or three different flavors of Unix (Red Hat, Tru64, Solaris). All of them agree that...
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