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Old 07-13-2011, 11:06 AM   #1
bribon
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Error in Bash: line 77: syntax error: unexpected end of file


Hi,

I got this error. I really don't know why and it's driving me crazy. If remove transferFileFTP funcion from my code, I don't get this error. Check the code (I removed some lines):

Code:
#!/bin/bash

today=$(date +%h%d)
todayAll=$(date +%Y%m%d)
logFile='/usr/tibco/utilities/backup/log/backupFilesJennie_'$todayAll
localFolders=( '/usr/tibco/utilities/listeners/logs/Pgt' '/usr/tibco/utilities/MRA/log' '/export/home/files3/Kondor/NewYork/Reports/MxNotepads/dat' )
remoteFolders=( '/files/home/tibco/fromJennie/Pgt' '/files/home/tibco/fromJennie/MRA' '/files/home/tibco/fromJennie/MxNotepads')
index=( 0 1 2 )
globalFolders=( 'Global' 'Notepads' 'Risk' )

function transferFileFTP
{
	host=""
	user=""
	pass=""
	
	ftp -inv $host<<ENDFTP
		user $user $pass
		put $1/$3 $2/$3 
		bye
	ENDFTP


}

function getFileDay
{
	cd $1
	local i=''
	for i in *.log
	do
		fileDate=$(ls -l ${i} | awk '{ print $6 $7 }')
		if [ $today == $fileDate ]
		then
			echo $i
			return 1
		fi
	done
	echo "No found"
}

function getGlobalFilesDay
{
	for i in "{globalFiles[@]}"
	do
		file=$(getFileDay $1/$i/$todayAll)
		if [ file != "No found" ]
		then
			transferFileFTP $1/$i $2/$i $file
			echo "File $file transfered successfully" >> $logFile
		else
			echo "File not found in $i" >> $logFile
		fi
	done
}

echo "### BACKUP FILES FROM JENNIE TO BUSINESS WORK MACHINE $todayAll ###" >> $logFile
for j in "${index[@]}"
do
	result=$(expr match ${localFolders[$j]} '*.MxNotepads')
	if [ $result -eq 0 ]
	then
		file=$(getFileDay ${localFolders[$j]})
		if [ file != "No found" ]
		then
			transferFileFTP ${localFolders[$j]} ${remoteFolders[$j]} $file
			echo "File $file transfered successfully" >> $logFile
		else
			echo "File not found in $i" >> $logFile
		fi
	else
		getGlobalFilesDay ${localFolders[$j]} ${remoteFolders[$j]}
	fi	
done
echo "### END ###" >> $logFile
exit 0
Thanks in advance!

Last edited by bribon; 07-13-2011 at 11:18 AM.
 
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Old 07-13-2011, 11:14 AM   #2
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Please place in [code][/code] tags so the code is readable.
 
Old 07-13-2011, 11:16 AM   #3
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Hi,

In addition to grail's request: Post _all_ of the script. An error like that can be caused by, for example, a missing quote, anywhere in the script.
 
Old 07-13-2011, 11:19 AM   #4
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Done!
 
Old 07-13-2011, 11:29 AM   #5
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Hi,

This is incorrect (the red part):
Code:
function transferFileFTP
{
	host=""
	user=""
	pass=""
	
	ftp -inv $host<<ENDFTP
		user $user $pass
		put $1/$3 $2/$3 
		bye
	ENDFTP
}
The end of a here-document should always be at the beginning of the line:
Code:
function transferFileFTP
{
	host=""
	user=""
	pass=""
	
	ftp -inv $host<<ENDFTP
		user $user $pass
		put $1/$3 $2/$3 
		bye
ENDFTP
}
Hope this helps.
 
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Old 07-13-2011, 11:40 AM   #6
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Originally Posted by druuna View Post
Hi,

This is incorrect (the red part):
Code:
function transferFileFTP
{
	host=""
	user=""
	pass=""
	
	ftp -inv $host<<ENDFTP
		user $user $pass
		put $1/$3 $2/$3 
		bye
	ENDFTP
}
The end of a here-document should always be at the beginning of the line:
Code:
function transferFileFTP
{
	host=""
	user=""
	pass=""
	
	ftp -inv $host<<ENDFTP
		user $user $pass
		put $1/$3 $2/$3 
		bye
ENDFTP
}
Hope this helps.
Yeah, it helped me a lot. I'm getting used to writting code in Bash. Thanks!
 
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Old 07-13-2011, 11:41 AM   #7
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As an addendum to druuna's information (which is all correct), you can also places a dash before the name should you need to preserve the indentation:
Code:
function transferFileFTP
{
	host=""
	user=""
	pass=""
	
	ftp -inv $host<<-ENDFTP
		user $user $pass
		put $1/$3 $2/$3 
		bye
        ENDFTP
}
I also noticed that the variable 'file' has been used in a number of places without the preceding $ to use it as a variable:
Code:
if [ file != "No found" ]
 
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Old 07-13-2011, 11:46 AM   #8
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Quote:
Originally Posted by grail View Post
As an addendum to druuna's information (which is all correct), you can also places a dash before the name should you need to preserve the indentation:
Code:
function transferFileFTP
{
	host=""
	user=""
	pass=""
	
	ftp -inv $host<<-ENDFTP
		user $user $pass
		put $1/$3 $2/$3 
		bye
        ENDFTP
}
I also noticed that the variable 'file' has been used in a number of places without the preceding $ to use it as a variable:
Code:
if [ file != "No found" ]
Thanks!
 
Old 07-13-2011, 12:43 PM   #9
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