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comment Is there a way to redirect output to a file without buffering on unix/linux?
I know of the 'script -a out.txt' trick. I was wondering if there is any other way to make the writing process not buffer.
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comment Is there a way to redirect output to a file without buffering on unix/linux?
This is what I do right now but the process buffers the write to the file and that is just what I want to avoid.
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asked Is there a way to redirect output to a file without buffering on unix/linux?
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comment Is there an easy way to insert data/time in front of a log file with just shell scripting?
I think you need to be root for this (which I am not :-( )
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comment Is there an easy way to insert data/time in front of a log file with just shell scripting?
Your one liner works fine on Linux. On Solaris it gives me this error:awk '{"date" | getline d; close("date"); print "[" d "] " $0}' awk: syntax error near line 1 awk: illegal statement near line 1
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comment How much swap do you allocate for your Solaris server?
top shows almost no free memory and about 13 GB of the swap still free when the process starts allocating most of its memory. I am not sure if the memory is really not free or just all used for disk caching. (This is actually on-site at a customer I just get some top reports.)
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comment How much swap do you allocate for your Solaris server?
I am dealing with an issue that I have a process that grows to about 40GB. I run on a Solaris machine with 128GB ram and 16GB swap configured. The process fails without any errors. Could this be because of insufficient swap? Where did you get that mandatory swap requirement from?