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How to filter normal messages from idxcheck output with egrep

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TitleHow to filter normal messages from idxcheck output with egrep
URL Namehow-to-filter-normal-messages-from-idxcheck-output-with-egrep
Article Number000109782
EnvironmentProduct: OpenEdge
Version: 10.x, 11.x
OS: Linux
Question/Problem Description
How to parse the output of Progress idxcheck command using Linux egrep command?
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Create a script file containing the following:

egrep -v "Processing blocks of
blocks of table
^$
^ $
blocks in index
blocks of table
blocks of index
% complete, estimated time remaining:
keys.$"


Name that script file idxscr.sh (for example), and give it executable permissions:

chmod 755 idxscr .sh

If the output of Progress idxcheck command is named idxcheck.txt, then use the above script as follows: 

 ./idxscr .sh < idxcheck.txt

This will display only the important information from idxcheck.txt (which is the full output of Progress idxcheck  command).
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Last Modified Date9/28/2018 11:48 PM
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