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# 1  
Old 07-24-2019
Need to get out of 2 variables in scripts

Hi All,

i have written below script, and out put i am looking for both variable PRIMARY_CONF and $STANDBY_CONF but i am getting below error
Code:
d1.sh: line 64: [: too many arguments
There is Eroro

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line 64 is:
Code:
if  [ "$PRIMARY_CONF " = "PRIMARY "] -a  [ "$STANDBY_CONF " ="PRIMARY " ]; then

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please let me know where is the correction, as i am looking to met both using -a and condition
Code:
CURRENT_PRIM=ABC
CURRENT_COB=XYX
ECHO
PRIMARY_CONF=`srvctl config  -d $CURRENT_PRIM | awk -F: '/^Database role/ {match ($0, /[A-Za-z_]*PRIMARY[A-Za-z_]*/); print substr ($
0, RSTART, RLENGTH)}'`
echo $PRIMARY_CONF
echo
STANDBY_CONF=`srvctl config database -d $CURRENT_COB | awk -F: '/^Database role/ {match ($0, /[A-Za-z_]*PRIMARY[A-Za-z_]*/); print su
bstr ($0, RSTART, RLENGTH)}'`
echo $STANDBY_CONF
if  [ "$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 ERROR"
exit


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Last edited by Don Cragun; 07-24-2019 at 09:31 AM.. Reason: Add CODE and ICODE tags.
# 2  
Old 07-24-2019
Try consistently putting spaces around [, ], and =.
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# 3  
Old 07-24-2019
Thank Rudic, that space issue is resolved, i have other issue now

Note:

CURRENT_PRIM is on node 1
CURRENT_COB is on node 2
here i am trying to get values into below variable from node 1 and node 2
PRIMARY_CONF from node 1 and STANDBY_CONF from node 2

i updated with script
Code:
set -x --to check the issue, so here i can see it is not taking values in STANDBY_CONF from if condition from scrip

below i got issue
Code:
+ '[' 'PRIMARY ' = 'PRIMARY ' -a ' ' = 'PRIMARY ' ']'
+ echo 'There is Eroro'
There is Eroro
+ exit


======================
please help.....

below is script

Code:
CURRENT_PRIM=ABC
CURRENT_COB=XYX
PRIMARY_CONF=`srvctl config database -d $CURRENT_PRIM | awk -F: '/^Database role/ {match ($0, /[A-Za-z_]*PRIMARY[A-Za-z_]*/); print substr ($0, RSTART, RLENGTH)}'`
echo $PRIMARY_CONF
#######CURRENT_COB  this DB lies node 2 and in node 1 is CURRENT_PRIM DB is there 
echo "Enter the COB  Hostname"
read "COB_HOST"
echo
echo "Connenting to COB HOST $COB_HOST"
ssh $COB_HOST << EOF
STANDBY_CONF=`srvctl config database -d $CURRENT_COB | awk -F: '/^Database role/ {match ($0, /[A-Za-z_]*PRIMARY[A-Za-z_]*/); print substr ($0, RSTART, RLENGTH)}'`
echo $STANDBY_CONF
#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


Last edited by Don Cragun; 07-24-2019 at 09:38 AM.. Reason: Add CODE and ICODE tags.
# 4  
Old 07-24-2019
Anyone please help....
# 5  
Old 07-24-2019
I think your set -x gives pretty clear idea that "srvctl config database...." is not having any output. So $STANDBY_CONF is empty.
May be you want to check by running this command directly on command line and see why it's not showing any output.
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Old 07-24-2019
Hi Bala,


srvctl config database -d $CURRENT_COB ---(which need to get output from node2 )
but i fire directly on node2
srvctl config database -d XYX ---- i am getting the output as below
PRIMARY

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

Last edited by Don Cragun; 07-24-2019 at 09:42 AM..
# 7  
Old 07-24-2019
Quote:
Originally Posted by amar1208
Hi Bala,


srvctl config database -d $CURRENT_COB ---(which need to get output from node2 )
but i fire directly on node2
srvctl config database -d XYX ---- i am getting the output as below
PRIMARY

it is passing variable of $PRIMARY_CONF and but the not the $STANDBY_CONF
in the script it is passing the empty value in $STANDBY_CONF
You are setting PRIMARY_CONF in your shell script and your script is seeing the value that you are setting. You are setting STANDBY_CONF in a shell that you are running on COB_HOST; not in the shell execution environment of your script. Therefore, STANDBY_CONF has not been set in the current shell execution environment of your script.

Try changing:
Code:
ssh $COB_HOST << EOF
STANDBY_CONF=`srvctl config database -d $CURRENT_COB | awk -F: '/^Database role/ {match ($0, /[A-Za-z_]*PRIMARY[A-Za-z_]*/); print substr ($0, RSTART, RLENGTH)}'`
echo $STANDBY_CONF
#EOF

(which never should have worked since EOF and #EOF are not the same string) to:
Code:
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, RSTART, RLENGTH)}'
EOF
)

and see what happens.
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