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comment Output of wc | awk is different in shell script than from cli
I have just tried this for different values of "someprocess" on bash 4.3.11 and I always obtain the same result. I think @BruceEdiger 's questions are pertinent.
May
20
revised Variable in for loop to be used as an array for a csv output
Minor change.
May
20
comment Variable in for loop to be used as an array for a csv output
I have tried with a different approach in case it is more useful. If it is does, I will delete this answer.
May
20
answered Variable in for loop to be used as an array for a csv output
May
20
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May
20
comment Variable in for loop to be used as an array for a csv output
I think I misunderstood the question. Is the output that you show the result of one or three iterations of the for loop?
May
20
answered Get `grep` to not output file name
May
20
revised Variable in for loop to be used as an array for a csv output
Added "I think" because I am not familiar with snmpwalk
May
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answered Variable in for loop to be used as an array for a csv output
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Sep
11
revised Check what process is spiking the average load with atop
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Sep
11
comment Check what process is spiking the average load with atop
This depends on the version. I have edited the question accordingly.
Sep
11
comment Using sed to insert latex commands around headers of a document
That is terser, but I tend towards clearer answers when answering questions unix.SE. IMHO they are more useful. Many Unix users are not familiar with awk, and they appreciate something they can easily understand (and maybe adapt) rather than some obscure recipe.
Sep
11
answered Using sed to insert latex commands around headers of a document
Sep
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comment Take copy of TTY0 text
Yes, I added the links to the answer two days ago. ;-) See here: nico.schottelius.org/software/gpm/archives. You have tarballs of the latest versions.
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Sep
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answered what is >> symbol and >& in unix/Linux?
Sep
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comment Check what process is spiking the average load with atop
Thanks, @slm. I am a bit confused as well, and unsure whether my answer was useful or not...