I'm auditing UID consistency across our hosts, and have created the following datafile, consisting of four fields. I would like to get a count of the combination of the last two fields. ie: I would like to find out how many instances there are of "root 0" and how many of "uucp 5", for every line in the file. I know basic perl and basic awk, but can't get my head around how to do this.
I need to compare 2 text files with around 60000 rows and 1 column. I need to compare these and write the mismatch data to 3rd file.
File1 - file2 = file3
wc -l file1.txt
wc -l file2.txt
head -5 file1.txt
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I have a .kml file. So I want filter the .kml to get only the tags that have this numeric codes that they are in a text file
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OK I will do my best to explain what I need help with.
I am trying to format an ldif file so I can import it into Oracle oid.
I need the file to look like this example. Keep in mind there are 3000 of these in the file.
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a:) i have configuration file with pattren
<Range start no>,<Range end no>,<type of records to be extracted from the data file>,<name of the file to store output>
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