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1. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers
I want to offset the file numbers. can you please make some awk code or linux code for the same.
input file names
offset --> 30
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2. UNIX for Advanced & Expert Users
I am trying to get the position of a repeated string in a line using
grep -b -o "pattern"
In my server I am using GNU grep version 2.14 and the code is working fine. However when I am deploying the same code in a different server which is using GNU grep version 2.5.1 the code is not... (3 Replies)
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3. Shell Programming and Scripting
I have a .gz file whose contents look like below.
Is it possible to find out the byte offset of each record from the .gz file.
Like in an uncompressed file.
grep -nb "Filename" give the byte offset of the record in this case.
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4. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers
I have read the below from the book bash cookbook.Tail +1 filenames is similar to cat filename
I have tried the same in Ubuntu 11.10 with bash. 4.0 .
I have received error for the Same.
May I know in which system that will work fine ?
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6. Shell Programming and Scripting
I'm looking for a way (other than C) to pull out a number of bytes in a Linux file for a giving length. for example:
file1 contains 2 records:
so, I want to pull starting in byte 9 for a length of 8
file2 would contain:
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root@erpqas# vxdg -g sap_dg free
DISK DEVICE TAG OFFSET LENGTH FLAGS
sapdisk3 c1t10d0s2 c1t10d0 15707513 2869 -
sapdisk3 c1t10d0s2 c1t10d0 71080956 43335 -
sapdisk5 c1t12d0s2 c1t12d0 70321149 803142 -
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8. Shell Programming and Scripting
I have a lot of very large hex files that I need to change one value at the same offset and save to another file. I have a script that finds each file and just need to put an operator for each file.
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Discussion started by: Eruditass
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Data Type: struct flock
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10. UNIX for Advanced & Expert Users
I need to extract only XML details from large log file which may contain other unwanted junk details.
For example, our xml will be start as <OUTBOUND_MESSAGE .....> and ends with </OUTBOUND_MESSAGE>. I want to extract only lines between these start and end tag (Including these tags)... (5 Replies)
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