[CentOS] virtdown script

m.roth at 5-cent.us m.roth at 5-cent.us
Tue May 3 19:04:40 UTC 2011

Ljubomir Ljubojevic wrote:
> Tim Dunphy wrote:
>> I have a small shell script that I wrote that is meant to quickly bring
>> down all of my xen instances in a quick and easy manner. Odd thing is,
>> it does work on the command line. But if I put it into a script this
>> happens:
>> [root at LCENT03:/home/bluethundr/bin] #virtdown
>> it expects another command to happen. which is odd since all of the text
>> delimiters (" and ') are balanced according to vim. I was wondering if I
>> could have an opinion on why this might be happening. Here's the script:
>> #/bin/bash
>> for i in $(virsh list | grep -v -e Id -e --- -e Domain-0 | awk '{print
>> $1}');
>> do
>> /usr/bin/virsh shutdown $i
>> done
> Last thing I saw is "#/bin/bash" instead of "#!/bin/bash". Fix and try.
or (I'm guessing here, since I don't know what virsh list looks like)
awk '{if ( $0 !~ /Id/ && $0 ~ /Domain-0/ ) { cmd = "/usr/bin/virsh
shutdown " $1; system(cmd);}}' `virsh list`

          mark "awk are us"

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