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  • HMC shell command for getupgfiles

    Using basic IBM public command to getupgfiles from restricted shell (putty.exe) adn getting error for invalid ID/password.

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  • BASH: matching a directory in the middle of a path

    How can I do this in bash? find . -name '*\!{*}*' -ls Cf. UNIX Power Tools, page 175. This works in tcsh, but no in bash. In bash I get this message: ff CH18 find: paths must precede expression Usage: find [-H] [-L] [-P] [expression]

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  • Shell script within Stored Procedure

    How do I execute a UNIX shell (.sh) script from within an MS SQL Stored Procedure?

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  • Browsing on Unix shell

    how do i browse on unix shell, and what are the commands used

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  • File sort using qshell (this time with tags)

    Hi, I'm trying to use qshell to do a sort of a (non-keyed) DB2 database file to remove duplicate records. I use the following command :- sort -u /QSYS.LIB/$1.LIB/$2.FILE/$3.MBR | cat > /QSYS.LIB/$1.LIB/$2.FILE/$3.MBR Where $1 = Library name, $2 = File name, $3 = Member name. The command does a...

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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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