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 running a script
-rwxr--r-- myfile

./myfile & didnt run

nohup myfile &, runs

why the difference?



 Mon, 11 Sep 2006 13:06:25 GMT   
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On 24 Mar 2004 21:06:25 -0800, yls177

Did you get any error messages?  Without seeing the contents of
myfile, it's impossible to say why ./myfile & didn't run.

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 Mon, 11 Sep 2006 19:32:51 GMT   
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At a guess, either:

a) you don't own the script and so don't have execute permission on it, or
b) you aren't in the same directory as the script when you're trying to
execute it

In either case, the nohup example would pick up a version of "myfile"
from elsewhere in your PATH. I doubt if the "nohup" makes any difference
- it's just "./myfile" vs "myfile".

        Ed.



 Mon, 11 Sep 2006 21:45:09 GMT   
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What is displayed when you run ./myfile ?

Mark



 Tue, 12 Sep 2006 04:29:26 GMT   
 running a script

How can we tell without knowing what's in the script? Can you provide
some more information, like the script, the output you get when you
run the two commands, what "didn't run" means, etc?

Joe
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 Tue, 12 Sep 2006 04:40:30 GMT   
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the contents of the file are just few lines of rcp. there are no #! in
the beginning of the file. please advise..

thanks



 Tue, 12 Sep 2006 09:27:44 GMT   
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What I posted had nothing to do with whether or not there's a #! at the start of
the file.

        Ed.



 Tue, 12 Sep 2006 11:24:35 GMT   
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thanks for helping,,, now this time as below

i have a script, myrm. it contains the below entries

rm *123*.dbf
rm *456*.dbf
rm *789*.dbf

however, some files were not removed. any comments?



 Tue, 12 Sep 2006 17:21:28 GMT   
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   If they were not removed, they either didn't match the patterns you
   used, or you don't have the perissions to remove them.

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 Tue, 12 Sep 2006 17:35:21 GMT   
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That implies that wome files WERE removed which means your script did
run which is a different problem from the one you posted. Try again....

        Ed.



 Tue, 12 Sep 2006 22:57:11 GMT   
 running a script

You can try running your script in debug mode (-x).  What message is
displayed when you run the script?  Does the userid that you are using
to run your script have sufficient permissions to remove the .dbf
files?  Why not consolidate those three 'rm' statements to one using
an RE?

Mark



 Wed, 13 Sep 2006 00:16:45 GMT   
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"Chris F.A. Johnson" <c.fa.john...@rogers.com> wrote in message <news:c40tgo$2dm66o$1@ID-210011.news.uni-berlin.de>...

i am root user



 Wed, 13 Sep 2006 00:43:40 GMT   
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   Read the whole reply to your question.

   What system are you using?

   If Linux, what does lsattr say about the files that were not
   removed?

   Give an example of a file you thought should have been deleted, both
   the output of "ls -l" and "lsattr".

   Cut and paste any error messages the script produces.

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 Wed, 13 Sep 2006 04:55:09 GMT   
 
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