Mastering Unix Shell Scripting: Bash, Bourne, and Korn Shell Scripting for Programmers, System Administrators, and UNIX Gurus, 2nd Edition
Part One: The Basics of Shell Scripting.
Chapter 1: Scripting Quick Start and Review.
Chapter 2: 24 Ways to Process a File Line-by-Line.
Chapter 3: Automated Event Notification.
Chapter 4: Progress Indicators Using a Series of Dots, a Rotating Line, or Elapsed Time.
Part Two: Scripts for Programmers, Testers, and Analysts.
Chapter 5: Working with Record Files.
Chapter 6: Automated FTP Stuff.
Chapter 7: Using rsync to Efficiently Replicate Data.
Chapter 8: Automating Interactive Programs with Expect and Autoexpect.
Chapter 9: Finding Large Files and Files of a Specific Type.
Chapter 10: Process Monitoring and Enabling Pre-Processing, Startup, and Post-Processing Events.
Chapter 11: Pseudo-Random Number and Data Generation.
Chapter 12: Creating Pseudo-Random Passwords.
Chapter 13: Floating-Point Math and the bc Utility.
Chapter 14: Number Base Conversions.
Chapter 15: hgrep: Highlighted grep Script.
Chapter 16: Monitoring Processes and Applications.
Part Three: Scripts for Systems Administrators.
Chapter 17: Filesystem Monitoring.
Chapter 18: Monitoring Paging and Swap Space.
Chapter 19: Monitoring System Load.
Chapter 20: Monitoring for Stale Disk Partitions (AIX-Specific).
Chapter 21: Turning On/Off SSA Identification Lights.
Chapter 22: Automated Hosts Pinging with Notification of Failure.
Chapter 23: Creating a System-Configuration Snapshot.
Chapter 24: Compiling, Installing, Configuring, and Using sudo.
Chapter 25: Print-Queue Hell: Keeping the Printers Printing.
Chapter 26: Those Pesky Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX) Audits.
Chapter 27: Using Dirvish with rsync to Create Snapshot-Type Backups.
Chapter 28: Monitoring and Auditing User Keystrokes.
Appendix A: What’s on the Web Site.