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we are having a file system error in one of our servers. The server failed to boot in usual user mode. Instead boot with single user mode and requesting to run a FSCK manually to repair the corrupted. see the below output.
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2. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers
It is for HP-Unix B.11.31.
1. List the directories, having given pattern in the directories name, sorted by creation date.
Example: Directories with name "pkg32*" or "pkg33*"
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I have a command in my bash script, searchDirectoryName.sh:
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I have got a file which contains a listing of a file and some directories after it, one by one. I am calling this file xyz.txt here
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Can anyone come up with a unix command that lists
all the files, directories and sub-directories in the current directory
except a folder called log.?
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Can someone assist in writing a script.
I have a filesystem named /sybase in my aix lpar.
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Please help me, how to get all the direcotries, its sub directories and its sub directories recursively, need to exclude all the files in the process.
I wanted to disply using a unix command all the directories recursively excluding files.
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I am very new to unix as well as shell scripting. I have to write a script for the following requirement.
In a particular mount, have to list all the directories and sub directories along with size of the directory and sub directory in ascending order.
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Hi, i was looking at a unix paper i found and one of the tasks was to create a file called 'usernames' that contains a list of all directories in /home. This file should be located in the /home/userinfo directory.
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how does the Unix File System perform with large directories (containing ~30.000 files)?
What kind of structure is used for the organization of a directory's content, linear lists, (binary) trees?
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