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ps -ef | grep "string1" "string2" " "string3"

Hi all,

can any one suggest me the script to grep multiple strings from ps -ef

pls correct the below script . its not working/

i want to print OK if all the below process are running in my solaris system. else i want to print NOT OK.
Code:
bash-3.00$ ps -ef | grep blu
 lscpusr    48    42   0   Jul 22 ?         119:19 ./blusnmmp
 lscpusr 11779 11768   0   Aug 13 ?         625:01 ./bluSCCP2
 lscpusr 11620 11609   0   Aug 13 ?         621:15 ./bluSCCP1
 lscpusr 27411 27405   0   Aug 03 ?        3699:53 ./bluRBSSS
 lscpusr 11938 11927   0   Aug 13 ?         622:51 ./bluSCCP3
 lscpusr 11760 11182   0 06:04:55 pts/2       0:00 grep blu

pls check the below code is correct? pls help me on this script..

Code:
ps -ef | grep "blu" > /tmp/del.txt
if grep "./bluSCCP1" "del.txt" &&  grep "./bluRBSS" "del.txt" && grep "./bluSCP2" "del.txt" && grep "./blusnmmp" "del.txt" && grep "./bluSCCP3" "del.txt" 
then
echo "PROCESS STATUS        :  OK" >> /tmp/HC_date.txt
else
echo "PROCESS STATUS        : NOT OK" >> /tmp/HC_date.txt
fi

pls help me!!!!!

thanks
# 2  
Code:
ps -ef|awk '/bluSCCP[1-3]/||/bluRBSS/||/blusnmmp/ {a++} END {print (a==5)?"OK":"NOT OK"}' >> /tmp/HC_date.txt


Last edited by rdcwayx; 09-03-2010 at 02:25 AM..
# 3  
Hi rdcwayx,

i'm getting error like below i mentioned.

Important: if anyone the process is not running means i want to print NOT OK also.

Code:
bash-3.00$ ps -ef | awk '/bluSCCP[1-3]/||/bluRBSS/||/blusnmmp/ {a++} END {print (a==5)?"OK":"NOT OK"}'
awk: syntax error near line 1
awk: illegal statement near line 1

# 4  
for loop

Code:
#!/bin/bash
ps -ef | grep "blu" > /tmp/del.txt
for S in SCCP1 RBSS SCP2 snmmp SCCP3
do
   if grep "./blu$S" del.txt
   then   echo "PROCESS STATUS        : OK"
   else   echo "PROCESS STATUS        : NOT OK"
   fi
done > /tmp/HC_date.txt

another way for inside the loop
Code:
echo "PROCESS STATUS        : "
grep "./blu$S" del.txt && echo "OK" || echo "NOT OK"

# 5  
Hi frans,

Your script is working fine.. thanks.

But its showing multiple "OK" for all process. my requirement is if all process running just print only one "OK" , other wise print only one NOT OK"

Code:
PROCESS STATUS        : OK
PROCESS STATUS        :  OK
PROCESS STATUS        : OK
PROCESS STATUS        : OK

Requrement
PROCESS STATUS : OK


pls help me !!!
# 6  
Quote:
Originally Posted by steve2216
Hi rdcwayx,

i'm getting error like below i mentioned.

Important: if anyone the process is not running means i want to print NOT OK also.

Code:
bash-3.00$ ps -ef | awk '/bluSCCP[1-3]/||/bluRBSS/||/blusnmmp/ {a++} END {print (a==5)?"OK":"NOT OK"}'
awk: syntax error near line 1
awk: illegal statement near line 1

in Solaris, use nawk or /usr/xpg4/bin/awk.
# 7  
Hi rdcwayx,

Still i'm getting some error.. can u correct it pls ?

Thanks !

Code:
bash-3.00$ /usr/xpg4/bin/awk ps -ef | awk '/bluSCCP[1-3]/||/bluRBSS/||/blusnmmp/ {a++} END {print (a==5)?"OK":"NOT OK"}'
input file "-ef"awk: syntax error near line 1
awk: illegal statement near line 1

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