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I am having a problem on an AIX server running a WebSphere MQ instance. The problem is that sometimes it seems to reach process limit, but I do not find the processes themselves.
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Conversion of string into currency value..
Please respond as soon as possible
edit by bakunin: we will gladly respond as soon as... (15 Replies)
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I have file as below
# at 34572
# at 23432
# at 5674
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I want to replace with as below (12 Replies)
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I have the below script running for generating file from PL/SQL stored procedure. I need to declare a shell variable and then pass this to sqlplus command to pass the same as a INPUT parameter for the stored procedure. Please help to do this.
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Is there a maximum number of processes kernel parameter in AIX.
Solaris has max_nprocs,
HP-UX has nproc,
I can only find max user process (maxuproc) for AIX.
Wilson. (3 Replies)
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I have a task. The scenario is like this. I have a operation program (OPR1) , whose function is to simply double the (single)value it receives as input.
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Hey I'm new in linux,
I'm looking for a code to check whether the parameter is a number or a string.
I have already tried this code:
eerste=$(echo $1 | grep "^*$">aux)
But it doesn't work.:confused:
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$ cat test.bash
num=$(echo "$@" | wc -w)
$ ./test.bash BS01 3 1 2 3
What: (2 Replies)
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I have written a function that fills an array and another function where if a parameter is supplied it will jump to that part of the array and cat it to the screen.
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Say I write something like the following:
for int in 1 2
I want the output to be:
Instead I get something like:
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