Used HP9000/K220

Used HP9000/K220

Post by Dave Rac » Fri, 21 Mar 1997 04:00:00



The firm I work for has a need for a basic K2xx system.  It should have
256+ MB RAM and 1 MB cache.  No HD are required.

We are prepared to move quickly on this.

Please e-mail me responses at your convienence.

Thanks.
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Used HP9000/K220

Post by Rick Jon » Sun, 23 Mar 1997 04:00:00


: The firm I work for has a need for a basic K2xx system.  It should have
: 256+ MB RAM and 1 MB cache.  No HD are required.
                 ^^^^^

Then it would have to be either a K220 or a K260. The K200 and K210
CPU's have 256KB caches, and the K250 is 512KB I think.

rick jones

 
 
 

1. awk on HP9000 using HP/UX 7.0 within a C-shell

I am trying to pass a value through a variable using the form
variable=value within a C-shell program.  The following shows
the command within my script:

   set group_number = `cut -f4 -d: /tmp/tmp$$`
   set group_name = `grep $group_number $group_file | cut -f1 -d:`
   awk -f account.awk group=`echo $group_name` /tmp/tmp$$

When I try the same awk command from c-shell command line it works
fine, but in the script it thinks that the group=value pair is a
filename.  Interestingly enough, when I use the -x switch to see
what is being passed to shell the variable value pair are transposed
with the filename, like this:

   awk -f account.awk /tmp/tmp$$ group=`echo $group_name`

Now, I assume that for some reason the spawned sub-shell to set
the group variable is not returning fast enough by the time the
awk expression is being evaluated, but that is something I would
think awk should take care of.  I have tried using nawk, but it
does the same thing.

This exact code works fine on a SUN 3/280 running SUNOS 4.1.1
for which the script was originally written for, anybody have
any idea why it does not work on the HP?  Any help is appreciated,
and I will summarize.  'Alas the dream for Open Systems carries on ....

Thanks,

Max

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