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I have Solaris-10 OS on T5220. Both local disks were mirrored under SVM. Somehow when one disk gone bad (c0t1d0), other disk (c0t0d0) also got lot of bad block. We have readable data only on c0t0d0, but as soon as server comes after, it hangs when I run few commands because of read errors,... (1 Reply)
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2. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers
My final exam in my Linux class is tomorrow, and I was just reviewing the grep and sed commands. I came across an example, by which I got stumped: it asks to provide a sed command that deletes all lines that contain exactly 3 to 5 digit strings, from a file.
In this case, I created a... (3 Replies)
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3. Shell Programming and Scripting
Searched for a while and found some "line-to-column" script. My case is similar but with multiple fields each row:
S02 Length Per
S02 7043 3.864
S02 54477 29.89
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S03 Length Per
S03 1150 0.835
S03 1321 0.96
S03 ... (9 Replies)
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i am trying to remove a directory using rm -rf command but its not getting removed.. it doesnt throw any error also.. i am logging as the owner of the dir and removing it but still no luck.. i am able remove a file but not a directory.
i am using solaris 10 (12 Replies)
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I am using Tbird as it came with Slackware 13.37 and everytime I send something I get a message 1 or 2 drafts deleted. Should it be doing that? If not has this been reported ? How can I find out if it was reported? I have no drafts to delete. (2 Replies)
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6. Shell Programming and Scripting
I am using sed command to make SCORE=somevalue to SCORE=blank in a file.
Please see the attached lastline.txt file. After executing the below command on the file, it removes the last line.
cat lastline.txt | sed 's/SCORE=.*$/SCORE=/g' > newfile.txt
Why does sed command remove the... (3 Replies)
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I have a file like this:
(define argc :: int)
(assert ( > argc 1))
(assert ( = argc 1))
(define c :: float)
(assert ( > c 0))
(assert ( = c 0))
now, i want to separate each block('#' is the delimeter), make them separate files, and then send them as... (5 Replies)
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I'm Unix. I'm looking at "df" on Unix now and below is an example. It's lists the filesystems out in 512-blocks, I need this in 4k blocks. Is there a way to do this in Unix or do I manually convert and how?
So for container 1 there is 7,340,032 in size in 512-blocks. What would the 4k block be... (2 Replies)
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I need a shell script that accepts 2 directories names bar1 and bar2
as arguments , and deletes those files in bar2 which are are identical to their name
spaces in bar1.
I tried with this code but it gives error.
echo " syntax <comnd dir1 dir2 > "
... (6 Replies)
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I am trying to create a shell script that use command block (donīt really know if this is the correct way to say it), but while one version works fine, the other one is not working at all.
So let me show an example of this "command block" Iīm using and its working ok:
cat << _EOF_
`echo... (7 Replies)
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