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I have a Solaris 10 machine, wherein processes are run in various unix users.
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b. Can I get a top command kind of output per user rather than entire machine?
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this strange error suddenly popped up out of no where
when I do a directory listing , the date part doesn't appear
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Can anyone help me out in giving a script for my requirement please..
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here, the number after the dot is the time (hhmm)
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Sorry for re-hashing some of this, but I can't find a proper solution in the forums.
Starting with /a/archive containing (on and on date formatted directories)
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Could you please help to resolve my following issues:
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Hello I would like to ask for help with a script to search a directory that contains many log files and based on a users input after being prompted, they enter a date range down to the hour which searches the files that contain that range.
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Can do you please help me?
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I had file names as shown
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I am writing a script to strip data from a log, strip last month and empty the log for the comming month. It works great at the moment, but during testing I decided to change the date to 12/31 and when I ran it, it did not find tomorrows date. Further testing revealed that no dbl digit month would... (2 Replies)
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I would like to a long list of files up to a given date. I've tried:
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