[CentOS] how to separate individual logs?
jdmls at yahoo.com
Tue Nov 30 04:58:15 EST 2010
From: hadi motamedi <motamedi24 at gmail.com>
> On 11/29/10, John Doe <jdmls at yahoo.com> wrote:
> > cat edit.txt | while read LINE; do
> > echo "$LINE" | grep -q '>\.\.'
> > if [ $? -eq 0 ]; then
> > LOGFILE=`echo $LINE | cut -d' ' -f1`.log
> > else
> > echo "$LINE" >> $LOGFILE
> > fi
> > done
> Thank you very much for your help. I tried for your code but I am
> receiving the following error:
> -bash:[1:command not found
> -bash:$LOGFILE:ambiguous redirect
> Can you please correct me?
The trick is that your original file has '\r' chars lurking around...
Forgot I did removed them manualy when I saw them...
cat Edit3 | tr -d "\r" | while read LINE; do
Instead of just copy/pasting, try to understand what it does.
Here is how it works:
- Read each line in the LINE variable.
- If the line contains the string '>..', it is a "section" line.
Set the log filename to the section title.
- If not, just write the line to the current log filename.
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