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Apr
29
comment How to put fixed-width, vertically-oriented key-value pairs in a CSV file?
@JosephR. Yes Joseph, it will.
Apr
18
comment How to put fixed-width, vertically-oriented key-value pairs in a CSV file?
@JosephR. More than a single " is very much possible in any attribute. How can we handle that?
Apr
18
comment How to put fixed-width, vertically-oriented key-value pairs in a CSV file?
@awk_FTW The records lines OPERATION_CONTEXT ... All Attributes are not required. I just need the attributes which have an equal, with some attributes values which are in more than one line too. I need to make a check for each attribute to handle multiple lines in every attribute.
Dec
28
comment How to check the process along with its arguments in process list?
Thanks for the answer, after trying different ways, i finally chose the locking mechanism. I am applying a lock when a script is executed with some arguments and have given the name of the lock file <arg1_arg2> which i am deleting at the end of the script. This way i am able to have multiple instances of the script running with different arguments than the one already running and block multiple instances of the script with the same arguments so that the script is not executed twice with the arguments already being used in running instace which was my actual requirement.
Dec
28
comment How to check the process along with its arguments in process list?
Thanks a lot for the detailed and variety of ways to handle multiple instances.
Dec
25
comment How to check the process along with its arguments in process list?
I thought of using lock but i want to do this without creating any temporary files. Already i am using some temp files for the script.
Oct
19
comment How to put fixed-width, vertically-oriented key-value pairs in a CSV file?
@slm: No, it doen't matter whatever the order is.
Mar
19
comment Linux User not able to login
ok, I tried tail -f /var/log/secure and from another window i tried logging in to the ssh using the new username/pass and i can see the following messages: debug1: PAM: setting PAM_TTY to "ssh" debug1: temporarily_use_uid: 778/516 (e=0/0) debug1: trying public key file /home/tuser/.ssh/authorized_keys debug1: restore_uid: 0/0 debug1: temporarily_use_uid: 778/516 (e=0/0) debug1: trying public key file /home/tuser/.ssh/authorized_keys2 debug1: restore_uid: 0/0 Failed publickey for tuser from <ip_of_server> port 32352 ssh2
Mar
19
comment Linux User not able to login
The RHEL distribution is: Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server release 5.5 (Tikanga). I tried the ssh command and the same happens for it too, it take username and then hangs after i give password.
Mar
18
comment Linux User not able to login
I cannot see any /var/log/auth.log file. Ok, after changing the /etc/ssh/sshd_config LogLevel to DEBUG, i restarted sshd. I cannot see any auth.log file still.
Mar
17
comment Linux User not able to login
When i run ssh temipuser@<ip_of_server>, the same happens, it accepts username but hangs when i give password.
Jan
16
comment How to extract specific file(s) from tar.gz
$ tar -zxvf test.tar.gz extract11 tar: extract11: Not found in archive tar: Error exit delayed from previous errors
Jan
16
comment How to extract specific file(s) from tar.gz
$ tar --extract --file=test.tar.gz extract11 tar: extract11: Not found in archive tar: Error exit delayed from previous errors
Dec
27
comment How to continuously take backup of log files?
I think that's not something which can solve my problem.
Dec
27
comment How to continuously take backup of log files?
May i know more about rsyslog?