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# 8  
Old 12-12-2013
Dotran it works but you need to use

instead of

Some systems doesnt catch awk .
# 9  
Old 12-12-2013
sed 's/.*_.//; s/\..*//'

awk -F'[_.].' '{print $(NF-2)}'

# 10  
Old 12-13-2013
echo RBD_EXTRAC* |perl -ne 's/(.*_d)(.*)(\.tar.gz)/\2/;print'

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