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Re: netstat on remote with perl (possible?)

by McA (Priest)
on Oct 24, 2013 at 14:09 UTC ( #1059468=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to netstat on remote with perl (possible?)

Hi,

I don't know how the output looks like, but you can do the searching in the result also in perl itself. So have a look at your output with:

print Dumper(\@out);

You have to put a use Data::Dumper; at the top of your script.

Searching in the array of output lines can be done this way:

foreach my $line (@out) { next unless $line =~ /port_number/; # skip unrelevant lines print $line; # extract or search for ESTABLISHED }

Best regards
McA


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Re^2: netstat on remote with perl (possible?)
by softestplease (Initiate) on Oct 24, 2013 at 14:53 UTC
    Thanks McA for your comment, the output is not a problem anymore but the pipe to execute the netstat is still not working.. any ideas or do you have any other solution? Cheers, Win

      Hi,

      Probably I'm totally wrong, but I thought that you search for a certain information in the output of your netstat, isn't it?

      I don't have an environment to test on, so I just assumed that the output of the netstat command is piped to find and then to findstr.

      My proposal was: If piping doesn't work you can grep the information on the perl side and not on the server side.

      Sorry, when I was totally wrong with my assumption. Let us see an example output of the netstat and what you want to search for.

      Regards
      McA

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