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Re: [nv-l] "\" in ip address

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Subject: Re: [nv-l] "\" in ip address
From: Paul <pstroud@bellsouth.net>
Date: Fri, 29 Oct 2004 09:08:22 -0400
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Try editing the command as show below, the sed command should remove the
\'s before sending.(Note: depending on your version of sed you may need
to tweak this command)

echo "The device $NVATTR_2 generates the following event: $NVATTR_3" |
sed -e 's/\\//g' |
mail -s $NVATTR_2 mymail@mydomain.com

Here was the test I used:

echo "The device 10\.10\.10\.10 generates the following event: NVATTR_3" | sed 
-e 's/\\//g'

which returned:

The device generates the following event: NVATTR_3


Eduardo Oliveira Scricco (Service) wrote:


I have Netview 7.1.4 for AIX

I'm using an action like this to send me Netview alerts by e-mail:
echo "The device $NVATTR_2 generates the following event: $NVATTR_3" |
mail -s $NVATTR_2 mymail@mydomain.com

After I upgraded Netview for actual version, the $NVATTR_2 parameter
returns an ip like 10\.10\.10\.1

Is there a way to get this "\" out from the IP?


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