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Aug
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revised awk and regex with {}
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Aug
30
comment awk and regex with {}
Yes, I figure it it in the meantime. Install GNU awk to fix the issue.
Aug
30
comment awk and regex with {}
You might be using mawk which indeed doesn't support this syntax. See my updated answer.
Aug
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revised awk and regex with {}
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Aug
30
comment awk and regex with {}
A reason for the command not to output anything might be the input lines are ended with CRLF (Windows style) vs LF (Unix style). Try awk '/mount[ein]{1,2}\r$/' input
Aug
30
comment awk and regex with {}
Please edit your question with the requested details : What version of awk you are running on that Debian, what output do you get with what command and what input.
Aug
30
comment awk and regex with {}
Again, please explain what you mean with "it doesn't work", i.e. the actual command run, its input, its expected output and its actual output.
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revised awk and regex with {}
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Aug
29
comment awk and regex with {}
What makes you believe the regex doesn't work? Without telling the input, the expected output and the actual output, it's hard for us to guess.
Aug
29
answered awk and regex with {}
Aug
24
answered How to remove pattern containing blank space and special characters in sed
Aug
13
revised Why are private ip addresses needed?
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Aug
7
revised Is there a “compatibility view settings” in windows 10 edge
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Jun
29
comment How can I produce high CPU load on a Linux server?
@acoder Thanks for suggesting a way to end the loop. I would however avoid killall bash. Answer edited to add a safer method to end the load generation.
Jun
29
revised How can I produce high CPU load on a Linux server?
Added a safe way to stop the CPU load
Jun
20
answered ZFS dataset restoring
Jun
15
comment What does “based on” and “derived from” mean in Operating Systems context?
You didn't confuse both terms, their meaning just overlap. "Based on" encompass "Derived from". Eg: linuxmint.com/about.php says: Based on Debian and Ubuntu
Jun
14
comment Beginner Backing up ZFS Storage Pools
@MichaelKjörling My mistake, I was fooled by this unfixed upstream documentation bug illumos.org/issues/2598 (ZoL zpool manual pages do document -N though).
Jun
14
comment Beginner Backing up ZFS Storage Pools
@MichaelKjörling Even more, the applicability of -N first depends of the availability of this option. As the OP is using ZFS on Linux, I'm afraid that -N is missing from the zpool import subcommand. (see illumos.org/man/1m/zpool )
Jun
14
comment Beginner Backing up ZFS Storage Pools
@MichaelKjörling You are correct indeed although using an alternate root will eventually be required should the backup files need to be accessed on the receiver side.