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Hi,I would like to create a script that will extact processes from a file that executes everyday, then select processes that ran within the previous 24 hours.The script file should be executed daily every 24 hours.
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Well, you can schedule the script to run every 24 hour via cron.

As to the actual extraction of "processes", you really need to be more specific about the type of data and show some samples of what you want to extract.
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