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I am very curious to find out how AIX admins keep up to date and refreshed with all of the options and features of AIX without having access to a test environment?
Usually going on a course requires practice otherwise the knowledge gained can get lost very quickly.
How do you practice for the... (5 Replies)
Discussion started by: Colin_Fearnley
2. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers
Hi I have a date format in a variable as Apr 7 03:35:59 EDT 2016. how do i change it to 04/07/2016 03:35:59 EDT format (5 Replies)
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3. Shell Programming and Scripting
Can you help in formating the date command in aix to get the following format
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Fri Oct 11 21:52:01 PDT 2013 (1 Reply)
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can someone help me, I need to make a script where n subtract days to a date.
I am using AIX 5.3.
Greetings. (4 Replies)
Discussion started by: systemoper
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I need help to display the yesterday date in format mentioned below:
2012-06-26-PMI tried this but it displays current date: `date +%Y-%m-%d-%p` (9 Replies)
Discussion started by: aroragaurav.84
How could we derive teh Next month in MON-RR format from current date ie sysdate in UNI AIX sheel script.I coould get a command but i supports only inLinux susse andnotin AIX.
I need for Unix AIX.Pls Help.
Shiv (2 Replies)
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i unable to get the last month date in AIX.
current date - one month
Based on the forums tried but did not find the relevent information.
Any help grealy appriciated.
Suri. (3 Replies)
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Can any one help to find out the day for the given date in AIX. If we giving date as "YYYYMMDD" it should display its day.
eg:if the input is "20120103", expected output is "tuesday" :wall:
Pls help (7 Replies)
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In AIX sh, how to return the date of yesterday in format of %Y%m%d, YYYYMMDD.
i.e. if today is 20080704, I want it return 20080703.
Can anyone help?
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i have a simple question
date '+%s' -r filename--------> gives the file age in seconds
i want the option to be used with date command in AIX ?? (1 Reply)
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