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# 8  
Old 06-24-2011
Should do it

}' $filelist >> $OUTPUT

# 9  
Old 06-24-2011
that works for sending it to output, but its still putting those IP address on the next line below like so:

Files /export/home/gen/links/inform/10.7.533.44-NDS-AV34-1-Jun-23-1 Jun,NDS,AV26,10.7.533.44,DIAG 0x92: Reason: OCAP initiated reset...
1 Jun,AV23,,DIAG 0x92: Reason: OCAP initiated reset..

In addition, its printing a long line of all the filenames at the top which I would like to remove.
# 10  
Old 06-24-2011
Must be DOS formatted. I had a line in there for testing, you can remove the "echo $filelist"

YESTER=`TZ=aaa24 date +%b"-"%d`
filelist=$(find /export/home/gen/links/inform -name \*$YESTER -print | tr '\n' ' ')
nawk -F':' '
$2 ~ /Reason/ && $3 !~ /(PASSTHRU|OCP|Power Button Reset|Bootloader)/ {
split(FILENAME, a, "-")
f = a[1]
while (i = index(f, "/")) f = substr(f, i+1)
sub("\r$", "");
printf("%s %s,%s,%s,%s,%s,%s\n", a[4], a[5], a[2], a[3], f, $0, f)
}' $filelist >> $OUTPUT

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# 11  
Old 06-24-2011
Thanks!! Works wonderfully!
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