Linux sort correctly

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Project Description

Hi,

I have 2 test files that I need to sort with the same command.

File 1: [url removed, login to view]

The command I'm using is:

cat [url removed, login to view] | awk '{print $2}' | cut -d '/' -f 3 | cut -d '^' -f 1 | sort -b -t . -k 1,1nr -k 2,2nr -k 3,3r -k 4,4r -k 5,5r | uniq > [url removed, login to view]

cat [url removed, login to view] | awk '{print $2}' | cut -d '/' -f 3 | cut -d '^' -f 1 | sort -b -t . -k 1,1nr -k 2,2nr -k 3,3r -k 4,4r -k 5,5r | uniq > [url removed, login to view]

ISSUE:

I need to sort CORRECTLY in descending order, because right now, only file 2 is sorting correctly, but file 1 is not sorting correctly.

I need that both files should sort correctly, in descending order.

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