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Ps output field extract

This is the output from ps -ef cmd . I have to extract the fourth (C) and the seventh (TIME) field
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root 3932344 3801216      Apr 08      -  0:00 /usr/sbin/rsct/bin/ERrmd
 root 3997836       1       0   Apr 08      -  0:00 /usr/sbin/uprintfd
 root 4128894 3801216   0   Apr 08      -     0:09 /usr/sbin/rsct/bin/rmcd -x
root 4325512       1        1   Apr 08      -     3:21 /usr/sbin/getty /dev/console
root 4391046 3801216     0   Apr 08      -      0:00 /bin/ksh/
 root 5439640 6815806   1    12:32:31  pts/0  0:00 -ksh

I have used cut -d " " -f4 to extract the 4th but need some help to extract the 7th field . cut -d " " -f7 can't be used because of the STIME(Apr 08).

Thanks for help

Last edited by joeyg; 04-10-2013 at 10:05 AM.. Reason: Please wrap data and script commands within CodeTags
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Why not...

extract the 7th and 8th fields if date is in two fields?
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ps output

Code:
root 4391046 3801216     0   Apr 08      -      0:00 /bin/ksh/
root 5439640 6815806   1    12:32:31  pts/0  0:00 -ksh

Date can have both this format

Last edited by zaxxon; 04-10-2013 at 11:06 AM.. Reason: code tags
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If you don't require all of the fields in -ef output, then don't use -ef. Your ps can probably be told to only output the two fields sought. Refer to your man page.

Regards,
Alister
 

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