Need to get out of 2 variables in scripts


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# 8  
i have updated this, but still i am getting same error,
STANDBY_CONF=$(ssh $COB_HOST << EOF
srvctl config database -d $CURRENT_COB | awk -F: '/^Database role/ {match ($0, /[A-Za-z_]*PRIMARY[A-Za-z_]*/); print substr ($0, RSTA
RT, RLENGTH)}'
EOF
)
if [ "$PRIMARY_CONF " = "PRIMARY " -a "$STANDBY_CONF " = "PRIMARY " ]; then
echo "Modified the DB $CURRENT_PRIM to $PRIMARY_CONF in cluster level but it will change after Datbase bounce During the SWITCHOVER
Activty"
echo "Modified the DB $CURRENT_COB to $STANDBY_CONF in cluster level but it will change after Datbase bounce During the SWITCHOVER
Activty"
else
echo "There is Eroro"
exit
fi

==========================

still it is passing variable of $PRIMARY_CONF and but the not the $STANDBY_CONF
in the output it is passing the empty value in $STANDBY_CONF


output with
set -x

+ '[' 'PRIMARY ' = 'PRIMARY ' -a ' ' = 'PRIMARY ' ']'
+ echo 'There is Eroro'
There is Eroro
+ exit
# 9  
Moderator's Comments:
Mod Comment Please use the code tags for your code!

The remote code after the pipe does not work. You can do some escape effort.
Or run it locally:
Code:
STANDBY_CONF=$(
ssh $COB_HOST /bin/sh << EOF | awk -F: '/^Database role/ {match ($0, /[A-Za-z_]*PRIMARY[A-Za-z_]*/); print substr ($0, RSTART, RLENGTH)}'
# remote code:
srvctl config database -d $CURRENT_COB
EOF
)

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# 10  
i have tried one test


z=`ssh remote host export ORACLE_HOME=/my_home_location; export PATH=$ORACLE_HOME/bin:$PATH; srvctl config database -d DB | awk -F: '/^Database role/ {match ($0, /[A-Za-z_]*PRIMARY[A-Za-z_]*/); print substr ($0, RSTART, RLENGTH)}'`

echo $z
PRIMARY
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