[CentOS] script

Amos Shapira amos.shapira at gmail.com
Tue Sep 30 23:06:09 UTC 2008


Except that you better quote the dots in the search string and put
word boundary match around it or you'll end up replacing too much. See
sed's -r switch for more.

On 10/1/08, Chris Geldenhuis <chris.gelden at iafrica.com> wrote:
> Mad Unix wrote:
>> Dear ALL,
>>
>> I need some help with bash scripting, a script that search the content
>> of multiple files and replace old string ip "10.5.1.10" with the new
>> string ip "127.128.1.10" it will search in specific folder and sub
>> folders
>>
>> Thanks
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> How about:
>
> find <startdir> -exec sed "s/10.5.1.10/127.128.1.10/" \{\} \;
>
> ChrisG
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