[ale] extract lines from a log between a specified start and stop time?
bob at verysecurelinux.com
Wed Feb 25 19:19:34 EST 2004
On Wed, Feb 25, 2004 at 04:01:14PM -0500, Fletch wrote:
> >>>>> "Robert" == Robert H Gibson <Gibson> writes:
> Robert> Has anyone seen or written a script that will extract the
> Robert> lines from a log between a specified start and stop
> Robert> time/string?
> perl -lne 'print if /start/../end/' foo
Looks like the optimum solution.
One could use awk or sed if one wanted to be old fashioned.
> Replace `start' and `end' to taste (minding any regex
> metacharacters, of course).
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