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Old 04-08-2011
Checking conditions with AWK

Input File1

0BB2    2A11   Split,FriApr80625,1507_7RAID5
0BF6    2829   Synchronized,FriJan140653,1507_7RAID5
0BF6    282A   Split,FriApr80625,1507_7RAID5
0C7C    199E   Synchronized,FriJan140653,1507_7RAID5
0C7C    1BCC   Split,FriApr80625,1507_7RAID5
0DCA    0A9B   Synchronized,FriJan140653,1507_7RAID5
0DCA    0AA1   Split,FriApr80625,1507_7RAID5
144B    15A5   Synchronized,FriJan140653,1507_7RAID5
144B    15AD   Split,FriApr80625,1507_7RAID5
0DDD    0AA2   Split,FriApr80625,1507_7RAID5
0DDD    15A6   Synchronized,FriJan140653,1507_7RAID5
0DDD    15AC   Split,FriApr80625,1507_7RAID5


$1 in FILE1 should be pair of 2 , if its <2 or > 2 then $2 =$1(ERR) , else $2 = $1


If the 3rd field in FILE1 has "date |sed 's/ //g' |awk -F"," '{print substr($1,1,3)substr($2,1,3)substr($2,6,1)}'" in it , $2 = $2(GC)
for example today's date is Friday, April 8, 2011 10:21:47 AM EDT , look for FriApr08 in the 3rd field

If 3rd field does not have the above date condition then $2 =$2(DR)

# 2  
Old 04-08-2011
nawk '{A[$1]++}END{for(i in A) print i,(A[i]%2?i FS "(ERR)":i)}' file1 | tee file2

# 3  
Old 04-08-2011
For second condition:

to_day=`date | awk '{ print$1$2$3}'`
awk -v dat=$to_day '$3 ~ dat { $0=$2","$2"(GC)";print;next} {$0=$2","$2"(DR)";print}' OFS="," input_file

Last edited by panyam; 04-08-2011 at 01:45 PM.. Reason: added to_day calculation
# 4  
Old 04-08-2011
FYI, you can also use

date '+%a%b%e' | sed 's/ //g'

instead of your

date |sed 's/ //g' |awk -F"," '{print substr($1,1,3)substr($2,1,3)substr($2,6,1)}'

# 5  
Old 04-08-2011
To make all this stuff in a single shot!

awk -v dat=$to_day '{ A[$1]++ }
          $3 ~ dat { $0=$2","$2"(GC)";print > "file3" ; next }
          {$0=$2","$2"(DR)";print > "file3" }
          END{for(i in A) print i,(A[i]%2?i OFS "(ERR)":i)}' OFS="," input_file

# 6  
Old 04-08-2011
to_day=$(date '+%a%b%e' | sed 's/ //g')

nawk -v dat=$to_day '{x=($3~dat)?"(GC)":"(DR)";$0=$2","$2 x}1' file1 > file3

# 7  
Old 04-08-2011
This alone should be OK Smilie

to_day=$(date '+%a%b%0e')

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