[CentOS] Need help with awk one-liner

Ross S. W. Walker RWalker at medallion.com
Wed Jul 9 16:55:48 UTC 2008

Sean Carolan wrote:

> This awk command pulls URLs from an apache config file, where $x is
> the config filename.
> awk '/:8008\/root/ {printf $3 "\t"}' $x
> The URL that is output by the script looks something like this:
> ajpv12://hostname.network.company.com:8008/root
> Is there a way to alter the output so it only shows "hostname" by
> itself?  Do I need to pipe this through awk again to clean it up?

awk '/:8008\/root/ {printf $3 "\t"}' $x | sed 's/.*\/\(.*\):.*/\1/'


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