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comment find parent string based on regex
Thank you. I'll give it a try.
Dec
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comment find parent string based on regex
since when? this is shell scripting question which is part of this site you can find more info -> unix.stackexchange.com/help/on-topic.
Dec
6
comment find parent string based on regex
this is an answer as it does exactly what I want, although it's slow and I would like something simpler. Doing like this to 200+ devices is just overkill. Although when I posted the question I had only volume name and was thinking on how to obtain the desired result.
Dec
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comment find parent string based on regex
I want to find the domain associated with a device. Mainly I have a list of devices, I find their volume name (vol=name) and then I want to get the domain they are assigned to.
Dec
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answered find parent string based on regex