Shell Script Syntax Error: Unexpected End of File

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In the following script I get an error:

syntax error: unexpected end of file

What is this error how can I resove it? It is pointing at the line whee the function is called.

#!/bin/sh

expected_diskusage="264"
expected_dbconn="25"
expected_httpdconn="20"
expected_cpuusage="95"
#expected_fd="100"

httpdconn=`ps -ef|grep -i httpd|grep -v grep|wc -l` #httpd connections
cpu_usage=`ps aux|awk 'NR > 0 { s +=$3 }; END {print s}'`
disk_usage=`df -h|awk {'print $2'}|head -n3|awk 'NF{s=$0}END{print s}'`
#db_connections=`mysql -uroot -pexxxxxx -s -N -e "show processlist"|wc -l`

db_connections=6
cld_alert()
{
    nwconn=$1
    cpu_usage=$2
    disk_usage=$3
    db_connections=$4
    message=$5
    `touch /tmp/alert.txt && > /tmp/alert.txt`
    date=`date`
    echo -e "$daten" > /tmp/alert.txt
    echo -e "$message" >> /tmp/alert.txt
    path="/proc/$httpd/fd/";
    cd $path
    tfd=`ls -l|wc -l`;
    sfd=`ls -ltr|grep sock|wc -l`;
    echo "Total fds: $tfd" >> /tmp/alert.txt
    echo "Socket fds: $sfd" >> /tmp/alert.txt
    echo "Other fds: $[$tfd - $sfd]" >> /tmp/alert.txt


    freememory=`vmstat | awk '{if (NR == 3) print "Free Memory:"$4}'`;
    echo "Free memory :$freememory" >> /tmp/alert.txt
    Bufferedmemory=`vmstat | awk '{if (NR == 3) print "Buffered Memory:"$5}'`;
    echo "Buffered memory $Bufferedmemory" >> /tmp/alert.txt
    CacheMemory=`vmstat | awk '{if (NR == 3) print "Cache Memory:"$6}'`;
    echo "Cache memory : $CacheMemory" >> /tmp/alert.txt
    sshconn=`netstat -an|grep 22|wc -l`  #ssh connections
    httpsconn=`netstat -an|grep 443|wc -l`  #https connections
    wwwconn=`netstat -an|grep 80|wc -l`  #www connections
    echo "Disk usage is $disk_usage" >> /tmp/alert.txt
    echo "DB connections $db_connections" >> /tmp/alert.txt
    echo "Network connections $nwconn" >> /tmp/alert.txt
    echo "CPU Usage: $cpu_usage" >> /tmp/alert.txt
    topsnapshot=`top -n 1 -b`
    echo "===========================TOP COMMAND    SNAPSHOT====================================================";
    echo "$topsnapshot" >> /tmp/alert.txt
    echo"==================PS COMMAND SNAPSHOT=============================================================="
    entireprocesslist=`ps -ef`
    echo "$entireprocesslist" >> /tmp/alert.txt


    echo Hello hi"";

}



message=""
if [ ${disk_usage%?} -le $expected_diskusage ]    ##{x%?} Removes last character
then
    echo "disk usage exceeded";
    message="Disk usage limit exceeded nCurrent disk usage is $disk_usagenConfigured disk usage is    $expected_diskusagennnnn";
    #Checking for CPU usage
    if [ $cpu_usage -ge $expected_cpuusage]    ##{x%?}
    then
        echo "CPU usage exceeded";
        if [ $message -ne "" ]
        then
            message="$messagennCPU usage exceeded configured usage limit nCurrent CPU usage is $cpu_usagenConfigured CPU usage is $expected_cpuusagennnnn";
        else
            message="CPU usage exceeded configured usage limit nCurrent CPU usage is   $cpu_usagenConfigured CPU usage is $expected_cpuusagennnnn";
        fi ;
    fi
    #Checking for httpd connections
    if [ $httpdconn -ge $expected_httpdconn]    ##{x%?}
    then
        echo "HTTPD connections exceeded";
        if [ $message -ne "" ]
        then
            message="$messagennHTTPD connections exceeded configured usage limit nCurrent HTTPD connections is $httpdconnnConfigured HTTPD connection is $expected_httpdconn";
        else
            message="HTTPD connections exceeded configured usage limit nCurrent HTTPD connections is $httpdconnnConfigured HTTPD connection is $expected_httpdconn";
        fi ;
    fi ;
    message="$messagennnnn";
    value=$(cld_alert $message $httpdconn $cpu_usage $disk_usage $db_connections)

Solution

Edit: Note that the original post has been edited since this answer was written and has been reformatted. You should look at the history to see the original formatting to understand the context for this answer.

This error occurs often when you have mismatched structure – that is, you do not have matching double quotes, matching single quotes, have not closed a control structure such as a missing fi with an if, or a missing done with a for.

The best way to spot these is to use correct indentation, which will show you where you have a broken control structure, and syntax highlighting, which will show you where quotes are not matched.

In this particular case, I can see you are missing a fi. In the latter part of your code, you have 5 ifs and 4 fis. However you also have a number of other problems – your backquoted touch /tmp/alert.txt... command is syntactically invalid, and you need a space before the closing bracket of an if test.

Clean up your code, and errors start to stand out.

Source: StackOverflow.com

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