I want to create and organize data in a file from a number of files by selecting parts of the columns of the given files. I have more than 10 file to copy the second, third and forth columns of each ...
I need to read a file, find the maximum value in each row, and print the ID of the row, the column the maximum value came from (sno#), and the value from the associated lc# column. If the maximum ...
Example line from syslog file: Aug 1 10:25:50 10.10.10.1 id=firewall sn=XXXX time="2012-08-01 14:35:18 UTC" fw=x.x.x.x pri=6 c=1024 m=537 msg="Connection Closed" f=11 n=195273698 ...
How can I turn this ugly output into pretty, useful data? The output: /* ---------- TA#box#AbC_p ---------- */ insert_job: TA#box#AbC_p job_type: a #owner: bob permission: gx date_conditions: 1 ...
I have a file that's growing about 200,000 lines a day, and it is all formed with blocks of three lines as such: 1358726575123 # key Joseph Brunner # name carpenter # job ...