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  1. In Topic: AIX Syntax error using ksh script

    Posted 10 Oct 2013

    Yes there are a few does in there. I'm sure I can weed them out, but this is just the start of the script, I'm still refining and twee king it

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  2. In Topic: AIX Syntax error using ksh script

    Posted 5 Oct 2013

    OK, ber some suggestions on Freenode I modified it a little:
    function Extend_VG
    {
    extendvg $vg $hdisk
    tempvg=1
    
    until [ $tempvg = "no" ]
            do
            extendvg $vg $hdisk
            echo "Do you have more hdiskpowers to add (Yes/No)? [n]: "
            read hanswer
                    until [ "$hanswer" = "0" ]; do
                    case $tempvg in
                            y|Y|yes|Yes) tempvg="yes";;
                            n|N|No|no) tempvg="no";;
                            *) echo "Please enter a valid option."; press_enter;;
                    esac
    #                       if [$tempvg -eq "no"]
    #                       then
    #                               break
    #                       fi
    done
    
    }
    
    
    

    I still get the same error about line 66 if I add
    ;;[.code] after [code]press_enter
    
    and uncomment
    esac
    

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