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# 1  
Old 03-04-2020
awk to match condition and print in columns

Dear team,


Need support for below request.


Input file


Quote:
safAmfNode=PL-10,safAmfCluster=myAmfCluster
AdminState=UNLOCKED(1)
OperState=ENABLED(1)
safAmfNode=PL-11,safAmfCluster=myAmfCluster
AdminState=UNLOCKED(1)
OperState=ENABLED(1)
safAmfNode=PL-12,safAmfCluster=myAmfCluster
AdminState=UNLOCKED(1)
OperState=ENABLED(1)
safAmfNode=PL-13,safAmfCluster=myAmfCluster
AdminState=LOCKED(1)
OperState=ENABLED(1)

The below code executed successful which check AdminState=UNLOCKED and if not it prints.


Code:
awk -F'=|,| ' 'BEGIN{
  print "Checking PL AND SC AMF STATUS:"
}
/safAmfNode/{
  if (a["AdminState"]!~"UNLOCKED") print a["safAmfNode"],a["AdminState"];
  delete a
}
/safAmfNode/{ FS=",";
  a["safAmfNode"]=$1;
  next
}
/AdminState/{ FS=",";
  a["AdminState"]=$1;
  next
}
/OperState/{
  a["OperState"]=$1;
  next
}

END{
  if (a["AdminState"]!~"UNLOCKED") print a["safAmfNode"],a["AdminState"];
}
' OFS=","   TESTFILE


Output as below


Quote:
Checking PL AND SC AMF STATUS:
,
safAmfNode=PL-13, AdminState=LOCKED(1)

As soon as i print this a["OperState"] array in output. The Output distorted as below.


Code:
awk -F'=|,| ' 'BEGIN{
  print "Checking PL AND SC AMF STATUS:"
}
/safAmfNode/{
  if (a["AdminState"]!~"UNLOCKED") print a["safAmfNode"],a["AdminState"],a["OperState"];
  delete a
}
/safAmfNode/{ FS=",";
  a["safAmfNode"]=$1;
  next
}
/AdminState/{ FS=",";
  a["AdminState"]=$1;
  next
}
/OperState/{ FS=",";
  a["OperState"]=$1;
  next
}

END{
  if (a["AdminState"]!~"UNLOCKED") print a["safAmfNode"],a["AdminState"],a["OperState"];
}
' OFS=","   TESTFILE


Distorted Output as below


Quote:
Checking PL AND SC AMF STATUS:
,,
, OperState=ENABLED(1)nState=LOCKED(1)

instead


Quote:
Checking PL AND SC AMF STATUS:
,
safAmfNode=PL-13, AdminState=LOCKED(1), OperState=ENABLED(1)

Thanks in advance.
# 2  
Old 03-04-2020
Hello shanul karim,

Thank you for sharing your efforts in form of code in your question. Could you please do let us know more clearly what is the logic of getting the expected output. Honestly its not clear(at least to me Smilie )

Kindly do add the same and let us know then.

Thanks,
R. Singh
This User Gave Thanks to RavinderSingh13 For This Post:
# 3  
Old 03-04-2020
I'm glad I'm not the only one having difficulties with the OP's specification, even though this one - being the third on the same topic - has way more details than the former ones.


The problem you encounter likely has to do with DOS line terminators (<CR> = ^M = \r = 0x0D) in the input file. This is what I get from your code with a "clean" input:
Code:
Checking PL AND SC AMF STATUS:
,,
safAmfNode=PL-13,AdminState=LOCKED(1),OperState=ENABLED(1)

, as opposed to what a "contaminated" input yields:
Code:
Checking PL AND SC AMF STATUS:
,,
,OperState=ENABLED(1)nState=LOCKED(1)

Let me add that your approach - although working - has quite some potential for improving. Pls check this aprroach:
Code:
awk -F, '
BEGIN                   {print "Checking PL AND SC AMF STATUS:"
                        }

                        {gsub ("\r", "")
                        }

/^safAmfNode/           {TMP = $1
                        }
/^AdminState/ &&
!/UNLOCKED/             {getline OP
                         print TMP, $0, OP
                        }
' OFS="," file
Checking PL AND SC AMF STATUS:
safAmfNode=PL-13,AdminState=LOCKED(1),OperState=ENABLED(1)


Last edited by RudiC; 03-04-2020 at 05:13 AM..

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