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Old 04-13-2009, 02:27 PM   #1
sharp859
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Please help me write script


Hi I need to have a script which lists all rpm files which are modified.

I need to run
rpm -qa | grep NC |xargs rpm -V

out put=
.......T c /etc/logrotate.d/attivio_adb
.......T c /etc/monit.d/monit_common.conf
.......T /opt/cisco/bin/showver.sh
.......T /etc/logrotate.d/attivio
S.5....T c /opt/attivio/conf/log4j.xml
S.5....T /opt/mgmt/scripts/pfile
.......T c /opt/cic/tomcat/conf/tomcat-users.xml

Now I need only files which are modified i.e files look like below

S.5....T c /opt/attivio/conf/log4j.xml
S.5....T /opt/mgmt/scripts/pfile

any body can give a script.


Thanks!
Praveen
 
Old 04-13-2009, 02:39 PM   #2
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Hi I need to have a script which lists all rpm files which are modified.

I need to run
rpm -qa | grep NC |xargs rpm -V

out put=
.......T c /etc/logrotate.d/attivio_adb
.......T c /etc/monit.d/monit_common.conf
.......T /opt/cisco/bin/showver.sh
.......T /etc/logrotate.d/attivio
S.5....T c /opt/attivio/conf/log4j.xml
S.5....T /opt/mgmt/scripts/pfile
.......T c /opt/cic/tomcat/conf/tomcat-users.xml

Now I need only files which are modified i.e files look like below

S.5....T c /opt/attivio/conf/log4j.xml
S.5....T /opt/mgmt/scripts/pfile

any body can give a script.


Thanks!
Praveen
There is probably a better way...but out of the top of my head....
Code:
rpm -qa | grep NC |xargs rpm -V | grep '^S'
 
Old 04-15-2009, 01:48 PM   #3
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Thanks for help.

But I have soem more help I could able to list those files like this using

rpm -qa | grep NC |xargs rpm -V | grep '^S'

S.5....T c /opt/attivio/conf/log4j.xml
S.5....T /opt/mgmt/scripts/pfile
..

Now I need to copy
/opt/attivio/conf/log4j.xml
/opt/mgmt/scripts/pfile
..

so on..
What ever I got listed should copy to another file.

basically
S.5....T c
S.5....T

Should be chomped off and

cp /opt/attivio/conf/log4j.xml /new_directory/
cp /opt/mgmt/scripts/pfile /new_directory/
...

Please let me know how I can go ahead

Thanks in advance.
 
Old 04-15-2009, 03:17 PM   #4
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Originally Posted by sharp859 View Post
Thanks for help.

But I have soem more help I could able to list those files like this using

rpm -qa | grep NC |xargs rpm -V | grep '^S'

S.5....T c /opt/attivio/conf/log4j.xml
S.5....T /opt/mgmt/scripts/pfile
..

Now I need to copy
/opt/attivio/conf/log4j.xml
/opt/mgmt/scripts/pfile
..

so on..
What ever I got listed should copy to another file.

basically
S.5....T c
S.5....T

Should be chomped off and

cp /opt/attivio/conf/log4j.xml /new_directory/
cp /opt/mgmt/scripts/pfile /new_directory/
...

Please let me know how I can go ahead

Thanks in advance.
If it's always the last field you can use awk....

Code:
rpm -qa | grep NC |xargs rpm -V | grep '^S' | awk '{print $NF}'
-C
 
Old 04-16-2009, 06:29 PM   #5
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Thanks for help but I used another way to get it done.

#!/bin/bash
#set -x

rpm -qa | grep ^NC | xargs rpm -V | grep ^S > /tmp/changeset.dat

cd /tmp/

cat changeset.dat| while read line
do
cut -b 12- > changeset1.dat
done
for file in `cat changeset1.dat`
do
cp -r $file /tmp/test
done

#Remove temp directory at last
rm -rf changeset.dat changeset1.dat
 
Old 04-16-2009, 06:41 PM   #6
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Thanks to all

Thanks to all, and I figured out to do using cut command and while loop.

Thanks!
 
  


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