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    We currently have several scripts that should have stopped running but, for some reason, they're hanging around forever. Would there be a way I could figure out what they're writing to stdout and stderr in a readable way? I already tried this: tail -f /proc/(pid)/fd/1 But it's not working. Does...

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  • Need help on running combination of Nagios, Nconf, and Nagiosgraph on Linux

    Hi, I am new to Nagios and I am having problem to put all this applications together. I have very limited knowledge of all this tools and availability, so I need experts help on this. Here are the steps that I went thru: I installed Nagios in one of my Linux server. In the same machine but...

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  • Unix Shell Scripting

    Hi,    Its about writing 2 command line argument.First argument i have created a file and put some text to it before writing the script. But i got stuck with second argument its an integer.The script should echo to the standard out put - the message"FILE IS SHORTER". If the number lines in the...

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  • Help on korn shell (RedHat)

    I have a file like that: ... Title 1     Abcdef     Ghijklm     Nopqrst     ... Title 2      Abcdef      Ghijkllm      Nopqrst      ... ... Under each block (Title) number of line could be between 0 and > 100...

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  • Linux stdout redirection to file contains “@” and stops redirecting

    Hello Experts, I have a tcl/expect script that I am performing "log_user 1" to capture all the output from the script. I am performing the standard redirect and when I perform an exp_send comand with an "@" in the line, my stdout redirection stops. The tcl/expect script continues with no problem -...

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