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trying to write a script to loop through a port info file

Below is part of a script i have written to loop through part of a port info file. How do i continue the script to get info for OS Device Name, manufacturer and then put information into an array?

HBA Port WWN: 10000000c9420b4b
OS Device Name: /dev/cfg/c10
Manufacturer: Emulex
Model: LP10000DC-S
Firmware Version: 1.92a1
FCode/BIOS Version: none
Type: N-port
State: online
Supported Speeds: 1Gb 2Gb
Current Speed: 2Gb
Node WWN: 20000000c9420b4b

#!/bin/ksh

PORT_INFOFILE=/tmp/aa

if [ -f $PORT_INFOFILE ]; then
rm -f $PORT_INFOFILE
touch $PORT_INFOFILE
fi

# read port info

fcinfo hba-port >> $PORT_INFOFILE 2>&1

cat $PORT_INFOFILE | while read line; do

x=`echo $line | grep "HBA Port"`
if [ -n $x ]; then
NEW_PORT="TRUE"
else
NEW_PORT="FALSE"
fi
# 2  
Here is simple framework you can work with.

Code:
#!/bin/ksh

cat data | while read one two
do
   case $one in 
      "HBA" ) echo "HBA is $two"
         ;;
      * ) echo "one=[$one] two=[$two]"
         ;;
   esac
done

$ ./parse.file
HBA is Port WWN: 10000000c9420b4b
one=[OS] two=[Device Name: /dev/cfg/c10]
one=[Manufacturer:] two=[Emulex]
one=[Model:] two=[LP10000DC-S]
one=[Firmware] two=[Version: 1.92a1]
one=[FCode/BIOS] two=[Version: none]
one=[Type:] two=[N-port]
one=[State:] two=[online]
one=[Supported] two=[Speeds: 1Gb 2Gb]
one=[Current] two=[Speed: 2Gb]
one=[Node] two=[WWN: 20000000c9420b4b]
# 3  
actually. this is even better and gives you an array like you wanted.

Code:
#!/bin/ksh

cat data | while read line
do
   set -A array $line
   echo "array[0]=${array[0]}"
   echo "array[1]=${array[1]}"
   # ... you get the point
   echo
done

# 4  
Quote:
Originally Posted by frank_rizzo
actually. this is even better
or this..

Code:
while read line
do
    ...
done <data

# 5  
Quote:
Originally Posted by porter
or this..

Code:
while read line
do
    ...
done <data

nice...I like it!
# 6  
cheers! thanks for the comments
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