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# 8  
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Originally Posted by shanul karim
I tried but still same result...
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A bit difficult to believe. What's your input data?
# 9  
Here is the sample.txt input file

Code:
LOTC cluster state:
-------------------
Node safNode=SC_2_1 joined cluster | Wed Dec 5 17:03:36 2018
Node safNode=SC_2_2 joined cluster | Wed Dec 5 17:03:36 2018
Node safNode=PL_2_3 joined cluster | Wed Dec 5 17:04:34 2018

AMF cluster state:
------------------
saAmfNodeAdminState."safAmfNode=SC-1,safAmfCluster=myAmfCluster": Unlocked
saAmfNodeOperState."safAmfNode=SC-1,safAmfCluster=myAmfCluster": Enabled
saAmfNodeAdminState."safAmfNode=SC-2,safAmfCluster=myAmfCluster": locked
saAmfNodeOperState."safAmfNode=SC-1,safAmfCluster=myAmfCluster": Enabled

# 10  
Looks like your result in post #7 is EXACTLY what you wanted...
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# 11  
Really thankful to you guys..
If possible just explain your code..
# 12  
It does the same as your code does, except once a line failed, you don't need to check further. That's what the OK array, indexed by the respective cluster state, is for. Same logic as before for the "AMF" state. If no line failed the test, OK[...] will stay 1 , and will print in the END section accordingly.
# 13  
Dear RudC,

Thanks for explanation.
The Issue is now that when AMF status " Enabled and Unlocked". To me still output is AMF status is not ok.
Can you share how in your case it came as ok. Sorry to bothering you too much.
While status "Disabled and locked" it came as not ok that is correct.

Code:
$ awk '
>
> /cluster state:/        {print $1, $2
>                          OK[$1] = 1
>                          getline
>                          next
>                         }
>
> /^Node/ && OK["LOTC"]   {if ($3 != "joined")    {print "LOTC cluster state is not ok"
>                                                  OK["LOTC"] = 0
>                                                 }
>                         }
> OK["AMF"]               {if ("UNLOCKED ENABLED" !~ " " toupper($NF) " ") {print "AMF cluster state: is not ok"
>                                                                             OK["AMF"] = 0
>                                                                            }
>                         }
> END                     {for (o in OK) if (OK[o]) print o, " cluster state is ok"
>                         }
> ' sample.txt
LOTC cluster
AMF cluster
AMF cluster state: is not ok
LOTC  cluster state is ok

eshaqur@SA-00001256 ~
$ cat sample.txt
LOTC cluster state:
-------------------
Node safNode=SC_2_1 joined cluster | Wed Dec 5 17:03:36 2018
Node safNode=SC_2_2 joined cluster | Wed Dec 5 17:03:36 2018
Node safNode=PL_2_3 joined cluster | Wed Dec 5 17:04:34 2018

AMF cluster state:
------------------
saAmfNodeAdminState."safAmfNode=SC-1,safAmfCluster=myAmfCluster": Unlocked
saAmfNodeOperState."safAmfNode=SC-1,safAmfCluster=myAmfCluster": Enabled
saAmfNodeAdminState."safAmfNode=SC-2,safAmfCluster=myAmfCluster": Unlocked
saAmfNodeOperState."safAmfNode=SC-1,safAmfCluster=myAmfCluster": Enabled

# 14  
You need to copy the spaces araound " UNLOCKED ENABLED " as well (c.f. post #6).
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