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  • KILLING OLD UNIX PROCESSES

    # I want to be able to extract all the oracleprod processes which are 3 days old and kill them. Are there other date functions or methods can I use? I can make a list of processes but how do I compare the date to kill those processes more than 3 days old. This problem is occurring even though I...

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  • Error in KSH Script

    I'm getting this error in my KSH Script, I cna not see there error HELP!!! 2008-02-04 11:12:46 516 Job started 2008-02-04 11:12:46 611 Step 001 started 2008-02-04 11:12:46 612 External program: /home/erpmm/Q2S_scripts/Log_MQ_trim_file.sh 2008-02-04 11:12:46 613 Related parameter: Q2S 2008-02-04...

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  • Obtaining an elapsed-time sorted list of Unix processes from a shell

    I would like to obtain a sorted list of processes, sorted by elapsed time. I am aware of ps -o etime etc, but how exactly do i sort by a field with format [[dd]:[hh]]mm:ss ? Or is there a different way altogether to ask the OS to return a sorted list of processes, sorted by elapsed time? Thanks.

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  • How to modify external environment variable from 2nd shell script

    There are two shell scripts. First one creates variable as: "export VAR1=init_value;" OR "declare -x; VAR1=init_value;" Second script can read this variable and modifies the variable's value but after exiting the variable still keep original value. What is wrong?

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