There is not even a [ in line 1123 in my fwanalog.sh.
Which shell are you using, on which operating system?
> bash# sh -x fwanalog.sh
could you try this with "bash -x fwanalog.sh"?
> I have changed the shell to bash in fwanalog.sh. I see in the
> /root/fwanalog.out directory the fwanalog.all.log is generated but it does
Is analog on the path or correctly in fwanalog.opts? Does it work with its sample logfile?
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