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1. UNIX for Beginners Questions & Answers
I need to write a shell script where I need to check whether log file is generated in last 1 hour or not. But I am getting below error in using mmin or cmin parameter with find command:
find: bad option -mmin
find: bad option -cmin
So my concern is that any alternative for mmin option... (5 Replies)
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2. Red Hat
In /etc/syslog.conf, if an error type is not specified, is it logged anywhere (most preferable is it logged to /var/log/messages) or not?
To be more precise I am interested in error and critical level messages. At default these errors are not specified in syslog.conf, and I need to... (6 Replies)
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3. Shell Programming and Scripting
We are having the script which is creating the folder on another server if it is not present using ssh. Using scp it copies copy all pdf files from local folder to server folder.
After all copy is done, Just to verify i was using the below find command
find... (3 Replies)
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4. Shell Programming and Scripting
I am having trouble making this statement work. I am passing in a number value for the number of days to keep archive logs for and wanted to make sure that it is a number. I have a script that will return 1 for is a number and 0 for is not a number. I also want to make sure that the number is not... (2 Replies)
Discussion started by: gandolf989
I have a piece of code (below) in a .ksh script running on AIX. I need to convert the code to run .zsh on Solaris. Solaris's find command does not support the -cmin function. Suggestions??
The code searchs for a file (_filename) and determines if it has been written to or modified in the last... (1 Reply)
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6. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers
I had a script in solaris wich i read data, for example:
Number 1: _
and the cursor use to be in '_' place because in the code of the script i write:
echo "Number 1:\c"
but i copy the script to a linux and the cursor 'jump' to the begining of the next line like:
Number 1:... (2 Replies)
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7. UNIX for Advanced & Expert Users
I am running SUSE/8 and SUSE/9 on a high end server (4 CPU, 8G RAM etc)
I have a huge directory structure with over 4million files in it. I have find the files that are modified (created, modified, renamed etc etc) in the last 10 minutes periodically.
I have tried "find -cmin -10" and "find... (2 Replies)
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Hello. I'm a complete newbie to C programming. I have a C program that wasn't written by me where I need to write some wrappers around it to automate and make it easier for a client to use. The problem is that the program accepts standard input to control the program... I'm hoping to find a simple... (6 Replies)
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9. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers
Ok what is BSD exactly? I know its a type of open source but what is it exactly? (1 Reply)
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10. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers
I am taking an intro to unix class and I can not figure out how to do part of the question. I am writing script to be exictued by a program in the tutoral.
Write every line containing the word ``delete'' produced by ``man mail'' into a file called ``delete''. Hint: What does using... (1 Reply)
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