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# 1  
Old 08-14-2009
extracting desired value from cmd o/p

Hi

I m using vxassist cmd to get avaialbe space in DG o/p is like this, wat I need is only numeric value of the o/p , I have a solution is anyone can provide better

x1# vxassist -g appdg1 maxsize
Maximum volume size: 90406912 (44144Mb)


I need only 44144 value command I m using rite now is

x1# vxassist -g appdg1 maxsize | awk '{print $5}' | cut -f1 -d")" | sed -e 's/(//' | sed -e 's/Mb//'


44144


regrds
TaD
# 2  
Old 08-14-2009
Above string can be parsed using sed like below

Code:
$  echo "Maximum volume size: 90406912 (44144Mb)"|sed 's/\(.*(\)\([0-9].*\)\(Mb.*\)/\2/'
44144
$

# 3  
Old 08-14-2009
quiet a complex syntax , if u don't mind ranjith could please explain wat exactly this syntax is doing

I try digging man pages wasn't successful


s/\(.*(\)\([0-9].*\)\(Mb.*\)/\2/

regrds
TaD
# 4  
Old 08-14-2009
no need of such complex sed for this..
Code:
echo "Maximum volume size: 90406912 (44144Mb)"|awk -F"[(Mb)]" '{print $3}'

# 5  
Old 08-14-2009
not working o/p is blank now

1:ksh# vxassist -g appdg1 maxsize |awk -F"[(Mb)]" '{print $3}'

1:ksh#
# 6  
Old 08-14-2009
working fine..
Code:
fnsonlu1-/home/fnsonlu1> echo "Maximum volume size: 90406912 (44144Mb)"|awk -F"[(Mb)]" '{print $3}'
44144
fnsonlu1-/home/fnsonlu1>

# 7  
Old 08-14-2009
In sed we can give sub patterns like \(pattern\) and I have sub divided your data 'Maximum volume size: 90406912 (44144Mb)' into three sub patterns

1. Maximum volume size: 90406912 ( - \(.*(\)
this will represent data the from beginning of the data to '('
2. 44144 - \([0-9]*\)
this will represent coninuous occurance of digits after '('
3. Mb) - \(Mb.*\)
this will represent the data from Mb to end of line

and I have used \2 to print only the second pattern.

sed 's/\(.*(\)\([0-9].*\)\(Mb.*\)/\2/'

Regards,

Ranjith

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