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From: Wong, Danny H.
June 13, 2008 17:15
Message ID: D331130DD3DA194B96EF57DA3415F50A0258A559@SAUSCUPEXCH01.corp.sa.net
I have a script that set environment variables for 10 plus
configuration and each configuration share some environment variable and
have some different or specific environment variables for a particular
configuration. I set the env variables before calling each thread, but I
notice that the environment variable inherits the previous
configurations environment setting.
set 11 variables
set 10 variables, all of of configure minus 1 specific variable
But configure 2 has all eleven variables.
Is there a way to delete the environment variables before setting each
but no luck?
Also, I read that environment variables in Linux are cached? If it true,
is there a way to clear the cache without rebooting the system?
Any ideas how I can delete all the environment variables before setting
them again for the next configuration?
thanks in advance.
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