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# 15  
Old 03-24-2014
Try the change in post # 13 then.

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cur=$( date +%s )
(( cmp=cur-(24*60*60) ))

while IFS=, read data rest
  log_time=$( date +%s -d "$data" )
  [[ $log_time -ge $cmp ]] && [[ $log_time -lt $cur  ]]&& echo "$data,$rest"
done  < error.logs

# 16  
Old 03-24-2014
It gives me the same error Smilie

Invalid character in date/time specification.
Usage: date [-u] [+"Field Descriptors"]
# 17  
Old 03-24-2014
Well, as per the man page of aix, date should support this, may be some version difference. I dont have a aix box to test now. Hope you are executing the correct code. So date +"%s" also gives you the same output?

Do you have gawk?
# 18  
Old 03-24-2014
date +%s

date +%s
gives me the proper output. Am not sure why in script doesnt worksSmilie

I just copied and pasted watever u hav given
cd /u/text/vinoth/bin
cur=$( date +%s )
(( cmp=cur-(24*60*60) ))
while IFS=, read data rest
log_time=$( date +%s -d "$data" )
[[ $log_time -ge $cmp ]] && [[ $log_time -lt $cur ]]&& echo "$data,$rest"
done < error.logs

I dont have gawk
# 19  
Old 03-24-2014
log_time=$( date +%s -d "$data" ) is the line causing the problem. AIX doesn't have -d option.
# 20  
Old 03-24-2014
What can be done to solve this??
# 21  
Old 03-24-2014
Try this
import time;

file = open("error.logs", "r")
for line in file:
  log=time.mktime(time.strptime(line.rstrip().split(',')[0], '%d %b %Y %H:%M:%S'))
    print line.rstrip()

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