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I am trying to download the yesterday logs through an external API, For API I need to provide a date range from & to as input parameters.

From API I can download 1 hour log max for each call.

So if I want to download yesterday complete log. I need to call the API for 24 times with yesterday date(every hour time).

Note API will support only GMT time only. So need to provide GMT time.

Eg :- https://abcd.com/logs?start=FROM_DATE&end=TO_DATE

  1. First time loop it should go like below,
  2. https://abcd.com/logs?start=29-04-2018T00:00:00Z&end=29-04-2018T00:59:59Z
  3. Second time loop it should go like below
  4. https://abcd.com/logs?start=29-04-2018T01:00:00Z&end=29-04-2018T01:59:59Z
  5. Last time loop like below,
  6. https://abcd.com/logs?start=29-04-2018T23:00:00Z&end=29-04-2018T23:59:59Z

This script i will add in cron schedule, so everyday once it will get triggered and download yesterday 24 hour log complete.

Key points are

  1. Yesterday date always
  2. Format GMT
  3. 24 times loop

The below mentioned answers are throwing error. I started with this script, it is considering the current time and doing the loop. Instead of that loop needs to start with 00:00:00 GMT time.

#!/bin/bash
FROM_DATE=$(date -u -d "1 day ago" +%Y-%m-%d"T"%H":00:00""Z")
for i in {0..3}
  do
    echo "FROM_DATE : $FROM_DATE"
    TO_DATE=$(date -u +%Y-%m-%d"T"%H":59:59""Z" -d "1 day ago""$date + $i hour")
    echo "TO_DATE : $TO_DATE"
    FROM_DATE=$(date -u +%Y-%m-%d"T"%H":00:00""Z" -d "1 day ago""$date + $i hour""$date + 1 hour")
  done
  • it is considering the current time and doing the loop. Instead of that loop needs to start with 00:00:00 GMT time – Jhony Apr 27 '18 at 12:12
  • Hard to read a script in a comment. I added it to the question, but please verify it. Something seems to have been eaten in the comment, so edit it to correct it. – Philippos Apr 27 '18 at 12:44
  • that is correct. I took hour and appended the minutes and seconds. – Jhony Apr 27 '18 at 13:09
  • Problem is my loop needs to start with GMT 00:00:00 instead of considering current hour. Please help it – Jhony Apr 27 '18 at 13:10
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Try this.

#!/bin/bash
#
yesterday=$(date --utc --date 'yesterday' +'%Y-%m-%d')
for hour in {0..23}
do
    printf "https://abcd.com/logs?start=%sT%02d:00:00Z&end=%sT%02d:59:59Z\n" $yesterday $hour $yesterday $hour
done

It won't handle the occasional leap seconds. If you need that, use this more complex code where the last range of the day may need to go from 23:00:00 to 23:59:60, but ensure that your target application can also handle this:

#!/bin/bash
#
yesterday=$(date --utc --date 'yesterday' +'%Y-%m-%d')
leapsecond=$(date --utc --date @$(( $(date --utc --date '00:00:00' +%s) -1 )) +'%S')
lastsecond=59

for hour in {0..23}
do
    [[ hour == 23 ]] && lastsecond=$leapsecond
    printf "https://abcd.com/logs?start=%sT%02d:00:00Z&end=%sT%02d:59:%02dZ\n" $yesterday $hour $yesterday $hour $lastsecond
done
  • the out put of the first code is like below : invalid number printf: 0 : invalid number printf: 0 T00:59:59Z), TO_DATE(2018-04-26 – Jhony Apr 27 '18 at 13:17
  • Like what below? Please EDIT YOUR QUESTION to show us what you actually want, rather than expecting us to read your mind or try and interpret poorly formatted comments. – roaima Apr 27 '18 at 13:18
  • i have just modified printf to echo it is coming like this 0018-04-26sT%02d:00:00Z), TO_DATE(%sT%02d:59:59Z)\n 2018-04-26 – Jhony Apr 27 '18 at 13:18
  • @Jhony don't use echo where I've used printf. They're different commands for a reason. – roaima Apr 27 '18 at 13:18
  • i have created script file with the above code as test.sh and running in linux environment – Jhony Apr 27 '18 at 13:19
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I am getting as expected output.

#!/bin/bash
for i in {00..23}
do FROM_DATE=$(date -u -d "1 day ago" +%Y-%m-%d"T"$i":00:00Z")
echo "FROM_DATE:" $FROM_DATE | tr -d '\r'
TO_DATE=$(date -u +%Y-%m-%d"T"$i":59:59Z" -d "1 day ago")
echo "TO_DATE : $TO_DATE" | tr -d '\r'
done

Thanks a lot for your help

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