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# 1  
Old 11-09-2012
How to change directories?

Hi,

I am changing my directory structure

/opt/multifamily/restatement/weblogic

to

/users/saanvi/weblogic

Am using sed command to changing the directoried names
Please hepme out on this. there is any script to change the directories.


Thanks in Advance,
# 2  
Old 11-09-2012
Need more info

The cd command changes directories.
Are you trying to rename the directories?
# 3  
Old 11-09-2012
Hi ,

its just like renaming the directories.

Iam copy this directory to the other server.

therer's is a different naming convention.

few files its using old directories name. i want to change to new dirctories by using script .

thankyou
# 4  
Old 11-09-2012
assuming that there are persmissions, try:
Code:
mkdir /users/saanvi
mv /opt/multifamily/restatement/weblogic /users/saanvi

# 5  
Old 11-09-2012
I am using sed "s/multifamily/$v/g" "${f}" > ${f}.txt

by using this command i am planning to change the directories name

from /opt/multifamily/restatement/weblogic

to
/users/saanvi/weblogic



Thanks,
swathi
# 6  
Old 11-09-2012
Directories can only be renamed under the current parent directory. A restructure (moving the directory to another parent directory) requires a "mv" command.
# 7  
Old 11-09-2012
thanks for quick reply ... old directory name its using number of configuration files.


we are copying our weblogic installtion to other server .there's is a differnt directory structure.

old configuration is /opt/multifamily/restatement/weblogic
every thing it has to sit under

/users/saanvi/weblogic
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