Script to unzip files and Rename the Output-files


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Script to unzip files and Rename the Output-files

Hi all,
I have a many folders with zipped files in them. The zipped files are txt files from different folders. The txt files have the same names. If i try to
find . -type f -name "*.zip" -exec cp -R {} /myhome/ZIP \; it fails since the ZIP files from different folders have the same names and only copies one file per name to the new location.

I have tried option 0ne
Code:
for file in `find $BASEfolder -depth -name "*.zip"`
do
new=$(unzip -l -qq $file | awk '{print $NF}')
#find $Basefolder -type f -name "*.txt"` 

 # Get BSC definition 
 HIERARCHY_3=`cat $new | grep 'SET SYS:SYSDESC' |  awk -F'"' '{ print $4 }'`
 # Get cell definitions
 cCount=`cat $new | grep 'ADD GCELL:CELLID' | wc -l`
 if [ $cCount -gt 4065 ] ; 
 then 
  echo "More cells in BSC than 4065! ($cCount)"  
  exit
 fi


and Option 2
Code:
for file in find . -depth -name "*.zip" -exec /usr/bin/unzip -n {} \;
do
find $Basefolder -type f -name "*.txt"` 

 # Get BSC definition 
 HIERARCHY_3=`cat $file | grep 'SET SYS:SYSDESC' |  awk -F'"' '{ print $4 }'`
 # Get cell definitions
 cCount=`cat $new | grep 'ADD GCELL:CELLID' | wc -l`
 if [ $cCount -gt 4065 ] ; 
 then 
  echo "More cells in BSC than 4065! ($cCount)"  
  exit
 fi

they both failed

Or alternatively how can I find a file in Unix and rename it with a rnadom name

Last edited by Franklin52; 11-20-2013 at 04:13 PM.. Reason: Please use code tags per the Forum Rules
# 2  
hope this might help you Smilie

Code:
find . -type f -name "*.zip" > /myhome/ZIP/FILE_LIST
cd /myhome/ZIP/
for I in `cat FILE_LIST`
do 
    cp ${I} ${I//\//__}
    gunzip ${I//\//__}
done


Last edited by Scott; 11-20-2013 at 10:22 PM.. Reason: Code tags - for the 12th time in 17 posts
# 3  
Unzipping files with the same names but in very many different folders..Aim to unzip them and rename

I dont mind renaming them to the creation date. They are text files.

I tried option above Lohith..
Code:
for I in `cat FILE_LIST`
do 
cp ${I} ${I//\//__}
gunzip ${I//\//__}

done
but
Code:
cp ${I} ${I//\//__}

creates the files with the same name while i want them with new random names.

Smilie

I was trying this but the mv cmd error: cannot access file

Code:
#!/usr/bin/ksh
Home=/var/tmp
cd $Home
for zip in `find $Home -depth -name "*.zip"`
do 
file="$(unzip -l -qq "${zip}" | sed 's/.*:[0-9]\+[[:space:]]*//')" 
newname=$(echo "${file}" | sed 's/ /_/g')
mv {$newname} $Home
done

Anyone Kindly.
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