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<source lang=bash>
 
<source lang=bash>
 
function printlog () {
 
function printlog () {
   if [ -n "$*" ]
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# Function:
 +
#  Log things to logfile
 +
#
 +
# Parameter:
 +
#  1: logfile
 +
#  *: You can call printlog like printf (except the first parameter is the logfile)
 +
#
 +
# OR
 +
#
 +
#  Just pipe things to printlog
 +
#
 +
  local logfile=${1}
 +
  shift
 +
   if [ -n "${*}" ]
 
   then
 
   then
     format=$1
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     format=${1}
 
     shift
 
     shift
     printf "%s ${format}" "$(/bin/date '+%Y%m%d %H:%M:%S')" ${*}
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     printf "%s ${format}" "$(/bin/date '+%Y%m%d %H:%M:%S')" ${*} >> ${logfile}
  
 
   else
 
   else
    #while read -t 0.1 input
 
 
     while read input
 
     while read input
 
     do
 
     do
       printf "%s %s\n" "$(/bin/date '+%Y%m%d %H:%M:%S')" "${input}"
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       printf "%s %s\n" "$(/bin/date '+%Y%m%d %H:%M:%S')" "${input}" >> ${logfile}
 
     done
 
     done
 
   fi
 
   fi
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<source lang=bash>
 
<source lang=bash>
$ printf "test\n\ntoast\n" | printlog
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$ printf "test\n\ntoast\n" | printlog /dev/stdout
 
20190603 12:48:13 test
 
20190603 12:48:13 test
 
20190603 12:48:13  
 
20190603 12:48:13  
 
20190603 12:48:13 toast
 
20190603 12:48:13 toast
$ printlog "test\n"
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$ printlog /dev/stdout "test\n"
 
20190603 12:48:19 test
 
20190603 12:48:19 test
$ printlog "test %s %d %s\n" "bla" 0 "bli"
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$ printlog /dev/stdout "test %s %d %s\n" "bla" 0 "bli"
 
20190603 12:48:25 test bla 0 bli
 
20190603 12:48:25 test bla 0 bli
 
$  
 
$  

Aktuelle Version vom 4. Dezember 2019, 13:49 Uhr


bash history per user

See Logging the SSH fingerprint

bash prompt

Put this in your ~/.bash_profile

typeset +x PS1="\[\e]0;\u@\h: \w\a\]\u@\h:\w# "

Useful variable substitutions

split

For example split an ip:

$ delimiter="."
$ ip="10.1.2.3"
$ declare -a octets=( ${ip//${delimiter}/ } )
$ echo "${#octets[@]} octets -> ${octets[@]}"
4 octets -> 10 1 2 3

dirname

$ myself=/usr/bin/blafasel ; echo ${myself%/*} 
/usr/bin

basename

$ myself=/usr/bin/blafasel ; echo ${myself##*/} 
blafasel

Path name resolving function

# dir_resolve originally from  http://stackoverflow.com/a/20901614/5887626
# modified at https://lars.timmann.de/wiki/index.php/Bash_cheatsheet
dir_resolve() {
  local dir=${1%/*}
  local file=${1##*/}
  # if the name does not contain a / leave file blank or the name will be name/name
  [ "_${1/\//}_" == "_${1}_" -a -d ${1} ] && file=""
  [ "_${1/\//}_" == "_${1}_" -a -f ${1} ] && dir=""
  pushd "$dir" &>/dev/null || return $? # On error, return error code
  echo ${PWD}${file:+"/"${file}} # output full path with filename
  popd &> /dev/null
}

Arrays

Reverse the order of elements

An example for services in normal and reverse order for start/stop

declare -a SERVICES_STOP=(service1 service2 service3 service4)
declare -a SERVICES_START
for(( i=$[ ${#SERVICES_STOP[*]} - 1 ] ; i>=0 ; i-- ))
do
  SERVICES_START+=(${SERVICES_STOP[$i]})
done

This results in:

$ echo ${SERVICES_STOP[*]} ; echo ${SERVICES_START[*]}
service1 service2 service3 service4
service4 service3 service2 service1


Loops

Numbers

$ for i in {0..9} ; do echo $i ; done

or

$ for ((i=0;i<=9;i++)); do echo $i; done

so gehen natürlich auch andere Sprünge, z.B. immer 3 weiter:

$ for ((i=0;i<=9;i+=3)); do echo $i; done

or or or

$ for ((i=0,j=1;i<=9;i+=3,j++)); do echo "$i $j"; done

Exit controlled loop

Just put your code between while and do and use continue alias : in the loop.

#!/bin/bash
while
  # some code
  (( <your control expression> ))
do
  :
done

For example:

#!/bin/bash

i=1
while
  i=$[ $i + 1 ];
  (( $i < 10 ))
do
  :
done

Functions

Log with timestamp

function printlog () {
# Function:
#   Log things to logfile 
#
# Parameter:
#   1: logfile
#   *: You can call printlog like printf (except the first parameter is the logfile)
#
# OR
#
#   Just pipe things to printlog
#
  local logfile=${1}
  shift
  if [ -n "${*}" ]
  then
    format=${1}
    shift
    printf "%s ${format}" "$(/bin/date '+%Y%m%d %H:%M:%S')" ${*} >> ${logfile}

  else
    while read input
    do
      printf "%s %s\n" "$(/bin/date '+%Y%m%d %H:%M:%S')" "${input}" >> ${logfile}
    done
  fi
}
$ printf "test\n\ntoast\n" | printlog /dev/stdout
20190603 12:48:13 test
20190603 12:48:13 
20190603 12:48:13 toast
$ printlog /dev/stdout "test\n"
20190603 12:48:19 test
$ printlog /dev/stdout "test %s %d %s\n" "bla" 0 "bli"
20190603 12:48:25 test bla 0 bli
$

Calculations

$ echo $[ 3 + 4 ] 
7 
$ echo $[ 2 ** 8 ] # 2^8
256

init scripts

A basic skeleton

#!/bin/bash

NAME=<myname>  # The name of the daemon
USER=<runuser> # The user to run the daemon as

SELF=${0##*/}
CALLER=$(id -nu)

# Check if called as ${USER}
if [ "_${CALLER}_" != "_${USER}_" ]
then
  # If not do a su if called as root
  if [ "_${CALLER}_" == "_root_" ]
  then
    exec su -l ${USER} -c "$0 $@"
  else
    echo "Please start this script only as user ${USER}"
    exit 1
  fi
fi


if [ $# -eq 1 ]
then
  command=$1
else
  # Called as ${NAME}-start.sh or ${NAME}-stop.sh
  command=${SELF%.sh}
  command=${command##${NAME}-}
  [ "_${command}_" == "_${NAME}_" ] && command=""
fi

case ${command} in
start)
  # start commands
  ;;
stop)
  # stop commands
  ;;
restart)
  $0 stop
  $0 start
  ;;
*)
  [ ! -z "${command}" ] && echo "ERROR: Unknown option ${command}!"
  echo "Usage: $0 (start|stop|restart)";
  echo "Or call as ${NAME}-(start|stop|restart).sh"
  exit 1
  ;;
esac

Logging and output in your scripts

Add a timestamp to all output

#!/bin/bash

# Find temp filename
FIFO=$(mktemp)

# Clenup on exit
trap 'rm -f ${FIFO}' 0 

# Delete file created by mktemp
rm "${FIFO}"

# Create a FIFO instead
mkfifo "${FIFO}"

# Read from FIFO and add date at the beginning
sed -e "s|^|$(date '+%d.%m.%Y %H:%M:%S') :: |g" < ${FIFO} &

# Redirect stdout & stderr to FIFO
exec > ${FIFO} 2>&1

#
# Now your program
#
echo bla
echo bli >&2

Add a timestamp to all output and send to file

#!/bin/bash

LOGFILE=/tmp/bla.log

# Find temp filename
FIFO=$(mktemp)

# Clenup on exit
trap 'rm -f ${FIFO}' 0 

# Delete file created by mktemp
rm "${FIFO}"

# Create a FIFO instead
mkfifo "${FIFO}"

# Read from FIFO and add date at the beginning
sed -e "s|^|$(date '+%d.%m.%Y %H:%M:%S') :: |g" < ${FIFO} > ${LOGFILE}&

# Redirect stdout & stderr to FIFO
exec > ${FIFO} 2>&1

#
# Now your program
#
echo bla
echo bli >&2

Parameter parsing

In progress... no time...

while [ $# -gt 0 ]
do
  case $1 in
  -h|--help)
    usage help
    shift;
    exit 0;
    ;;
  --?*=?*|-?*=?*)
    param=${1%=*}
    value=${1#*=}
    shift;
    ;;
  --?*=|-?*=)
    param=${1%=*}
    usage "${param} needs a vlaue!"
    ;;
  *)
    if [ $# -lt 2 ] ; then usage "$1 needs a value!"; fi
    param=$1
    value=$2
    shift; shift;
    ;;
  esac

  case $param in
  *)
    other_params[$[${#other_params[*]} + 1]]="${param}=${value}"
    param=${param#--}
    param=${param/-/_}
    export ${param^^}=${value}
    ;;
  esac
done