What we have here is a smelly shit-uation.
This is my first ever blog. And boy, does it stink! Soon after moving into my home last summer, I noticed a smelly problem. 1,757 more words
Shell scripts helps us in writing commands in chains and ask the system to execute them as a scripted event, just as batch files do. 242 more words
I have had an interesting observation this week and it is about subtle difference between AIX and LINUX (SUSE in this case) from DB2 standpoint. In this blog I will share about this rather surprising encounter I had while I was working on a simple database task.
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There are difference between the following codes if used inside a script:
# first exec <path-to-script>/script "variables" # second . <path-to-script>/script "variables"
The first normally will directly execute the new script called and will not ‘jump back’ to the original one, so if there are code behind, will be not be executed. 26 more words