Say I have a huge text file (>2GB) and I just want to cat the lines X to Y (e.g. 57890000 to 57890010). From what I understand I can do this by piping head into tail or viceversa, i.e. head -A ...
I have a fairly large file (35Gb), and I would like to filter this file in situ (i.e. I don't have enough disk space for another file), specifically I want to grep and ignore some patterns — is there ...
I have a few files sized > 1 GB each. I need to remove last few bytes from the files. How can I do it? I prefer to edit file in place to save disk space. I am on HP-UX.
A huge (up to 2 GiB) text file of mine contains about 100 exact duplicates of every line in it (useless in my case, as the file is a CSV-like data table). What I need is to remove all the repetitions ...
I have a directory with about 100000 small files (each file is from 1-3 lines, each file is a text file). In size the directory isn't very big (< 2GB). This data lives in a professionally ...
I have two big files (6GB each). They are unsorted, with linefeeds (\n) as separators. How can I diff them? It should take under 24h.
I am currently trying to remove all newlines that are not preceded by a closing parenthesis, so I came up with this expression: sed -r -i -e ":a;N;$!ba;s/([^\)])\n/\1/g;d" reallyBigFile.log It does ...