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How do we track the modification history on a file in UNIX. IS there any command or any script that we could run.
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Hi, I'm trying to write a program with unix shell scripting to track the changes of a particular table in the Oracle database.
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Like the topic says, does anyone know if it is possible to check to see when an FTP only user has logged in? Because the shell is /bin/false and they are only using FTP to access the system doing a "finger" or "last" it says they have never logged in.
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Through a shell script ...
I am invoking sql plus..
Code is as follows...
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select column from table " | sqlplus -s/@dbname | read var_col
Now if oracle throws an exception for above select statement ...then how can i catch it ?... (15 Replies)
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Hello people, at the moment, I have a database server running HP-UX and Oracle. From time to time, I need to extract data from oracle, and then do some data management (Awk, sed) within unix. At the moment, what I do is to copy the output from my oracle query and then paste into a file on another... (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: Khoomfire
We are planning to migrate oracle 126.96.36.199 (8i) currently installed on a host with HP unix 11.0 to a host with HP Unix 11i.
The method we are adopting is backup and restore of all file systems.
Could this be a problem, apart from linking libraries on the target system.
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