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sort command HPUX

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The sort command looks to be different on HP than Solaris. Can someone tell me the sort command for following records, sorted in ascending order by the date field (4th column below)

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dd690SYSFULL.001.RO 2773916126 1297521166 02/12/11
dd690SYSFULL.001.RO 90166349 1298125950 02/19/11
dd690SYSFULL.001.RO 1751716709 1298731929 02/26/11
dd690SYSFULL.001.RO 225595826 1299337703 03/05/11
dd690SYSFULL.001.RO 3007587449 1296311459 01/29/11
dd690SYSFULL.001.RO 642604794 1296916263 02/05/11
dd690SYSFULL.001.RO 3780548990 1297521070 02/12/11
dd690SYSFULL.001.RO 727700530 1298125923 02/19/11
dd690SYSFULL.001.RO 3999862400 1298730676 02/26/11
dd690SYSFULL.001.RO 1098008824 1299335470 03/05/11
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woolmilkporc earned 500 total points
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Does this work?

sort -t" " -n -k 4.7,4.8 -k 4.1,4.2 -k 4.4,4.5 inputfile

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no, didn't work
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Why?
Error messages?
Wrong output?

Please remember that it's your problem, not ours!
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by:sonriks
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the column was not sorted correctly.
Comments like yours I can do without.
Please do not attempt to help with this issue.
I will find the answer elsewhere.
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by:Tintin
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What output are you getting and what sort command are you using on the Solaris system that works with the same data?
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by:Alberto Cortes
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Solution:

      sort -k 4,4 inputfile
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by:jackiechen858
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That's not very nice towards some people trying to help you.   I  tried woolmikproc 's command on a HPUX  11 and it actually is working fine.

example file:
dd690SYSFULL.001.RO 90166349 1298125950 02/19/11
dd690SYSFULL.001.RO 2773916126 1297521166 12/12/10
dd690SYSFULL.001.RO 1751716709 1298731929 02/26/11
dd690SYSFULL.001.RO 3007587449 1296311459 09/29/07
dd690SYSFULL.001.RO 225595826 1299337703 09/05/07
dd690SYSFULL.001.RO 642604794 1296916263 02/05/11
dd690SYSFULL.001.RO 3780548990 1297521070 02/12/11
dd690SYSFULL.001.RO 727700530 1298125923 02/19/11
dd690SYSFULL.001.RO 3999862400 1298730676 02/26/11
dd690SYSFULL.001.RO 1098008824 1299335470 03/05/11
dd690SYSFULL.001.RO 1098008824 1299335470 11/11/09

result:
 sort -t" " -n -k 4.7,4.8 -k 4.1,4.2 -k 4.4,4.5 1
dd690SYSFULL.001.RO 225595826 1299337703 09/05/07
dd690SYSFULL.001.RO 3007587449 1296311459 09/29/07
dd690SYSFULL.001.RO 1098008824 1299335470 11/11/09
dd690SYSFULL.001.RO 2773916126 1297521166 12/12/10
dd690SYSFULL.001.RO 642604794 1296916263 02/05/11
dd690SYSFULL.001.RO 3780548990 1297521070 02/12/11
dd690SYSFULL.001.RO 727700530 1298125923 02/19/11
dd690SYSFULL.001.RO 90166349 1298125950 02/19/11
dd690SYSFULL.001.RO 1751716709 1298731929 02/26/11
dd690SYSFULL.001.RO 3999862400 1298730676 02/26/11
dd690SYSFULL.001.RO 1098008824 1299335470 03/05/11




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Thanks to you all. I'll try the above command again. I am impressed by the level of knowledge of folks who use this site, and appreciate the help!
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As confirmed by jackiechen858 (https:#a35116486) the solution in
https:#a35095636
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