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Re: Sort files by filename



On 7/31/07, Mark Haney <mhaney ercbroadband org> wrote:
> Rodolfo Alcazar Portillo wrote:
> > Am Dienstag, den 31.07.2007, 11:00 -0400 schrieb Miner, Jonathan W (CSC)
...
> > [rodolfoap] /home/rodolfoap > for n in $(seq 10 40); do touch XXXX20070515_112011_942_${n}.bz2; done
> > [rodolfoap] /home/rodolfoap > rm XXXX20070515_112011_942_11.bz2
> > [rodolfoap] /home/rodolfoap > rm XXXX20070515_112011_942_22.bz2
> > [rodolfoap] /home/rodolfoap > rm XXXX20070515_112011_942_33.bz2
> > [rodolfoap] /home/rodolfoap > for n in $(seq 10 40); do if [ ! -e *_${n}.bz2 ]; then echo NOT FOUND: $n; fi; done
> > NOT FOUND: 11
> > NOT FOUND: 22
> > NOT FOUND: 33
> > [rodolfoap] /home/rodolfoap >
> >
> > Good luck.
>
> I think this would probably work except I really need to know which ones
> are out of sequence as is, changing the filename would eliminate that
> capability and the missing files are the ones I need.  See, I'm
> receiving the files from a separate server and they are sent to me in
> this format.  I need to know which ones I /don't/ receive so I know
> which ones I need to have resent.  Make sense?

Yes. But you must have a pattern with which we can compare your received
files. Which is the exact pattern? If you have this clear, we can
probably solve the problem with bash.

Waiting...
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