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Useful to identify the field number in big CSV files with large number of fields. The index is the reference to use in processing with commands like 'cut' or 'awk' involved.
This command allows to follow up a trace on SDP (CS5.2), at the same time as the trace records are stored in the file with "raw" format.
Trace files in native format are useful to filter the records before to translation from '|' to '\n'.
grep -v OP_GET <raw-records>.trace | tr '|' '\n'
dumpfile is a CSV file, which its 1st field is a phone number in format CC+10 digits
Empty lines are deleted, before the output in format "prefix,ocurrences"
The directories are created in the local host with the same structure below of a remote base directory, including the 'basedir' in case that it does not exists.
You must replace user and remotehost (or IP address) with your proper values
ssh will ask for the password of the user in remotehost, unless you had included properly your hostname in the remote .ssh/known_hosts file.