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Old 10-03-2007, 04:16 AM   #1
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cgrep command help

First, I use the "date" command to know the current time of system.
And then I want to capture all the lines of a log file from this current time to the ending lines the log file.
For example: the current time is "07/10/03 17:56:03" also stored in log file.
Which cgrep option can we use ?
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There is no cgrep command I'm aware installed under Solaris.


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