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Old 08-18-2011
how to find the 2nd field

java....4059... compsite 62u IPv4 170747 TCP *:9400 (LISTEN)
java...... 05... compsite 109u IPv4 171216 TCP *:9401 (LISTEN)


This is Joust formated like this
Please Repace "." with space" "

All are Right Justfied


Output :- 4058 and 05 so that i can kill this
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Old 08-18-2011
Try this:
Code:
awk '{print $2}'  yourinputfile


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