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user12679330 wrote:For what ?
so want to know how to do this in solaris.
Solaris doesn't create ID's in that syntax, but an application sure possibly might do that.
Answer the original response above - what application are you using?
That's where you need to go to get assistance, not an OS forum.
Oh, and your cross-post to the Solaris 9 forum?
ESB: search for particular values in the logs
It has now been locked.
Forum etiquette would have multiple posts to various forums considered the same as spam flood posts.
where you want me to post, under Category: Linux , I need to post this query? when I search solaris support forums, I see this Oracle forum, and have posted this query.
Please guide me, I am working on solaris window, to tail the logs, and to search for the above mentioned values in one line in the log file.
As you said not the solaris zones you need to post this query then I posted in solaris 9 forum. I don't know whther that is not accepted.
On a Solaris window how to display the search items in one line i swhat I am looking for.
Edited by: user12679330 on 30-Aug-2012 08:24
I'll ask it yet again, but this time I'll "shout" at you in uppercase:
WHAT APPLICATION ARE YOU USING?
Once that is revealed, I might have some hint where to suggest you go.
Others using the same software might know how to answer your inquiry because they may have already experienced what you are seeing.
If you really think there is an OS solution to what you want, then go teach yourself how to use sed, grep, and other text character manipulation tools, then write some shell scripts to accomplish what end result you might want.
My application is ESB (OSB+Java).What is ESB?
What is OSB?
Please use their complete names instead of their abbreviations.
The whole point of my responses is that you originally asked:
"I think I need to do such-and-so to get information."
You probably don't, and are complicating this all so very much too much.
If we can get your post to an application specific forum, the users over there might just be able to guide you to an easy to understand result.
My application is ESB (OSB+Java).I'm going to guess that you are referring to Oracle Service Bus / Enterprise Service Bus instead of a reference to Oracle Secure Backup.
I've arranged for ESB: search for particular values in the logs to be relocated to the SOA Suite forum. SOA Suite includes Enterprise Service Bus functionality and so the SOA forum would therefore be a better location for whatever issues might ever be involved with the SOA components.
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