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Re^5: Fastest way to recurse through VERY LARGE directory tree

by eff_i_g (Curate)
on Jan 21, 2011 at 17:38 UTC ( #883583=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re^4: Fastest way to recurse through VERY LARGE directory tree
in thread Fastest way to recurse through VERY LARGE directory tree

Ah, gotcha. But you can work around building the entire list:
use warnings; use strict; use File::Find::Rule; File::Find::Rule->file->exec( sub { print $_[2], "\n"; return 0; } )->in('/path');

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[LanX]: but but but ... the errors are nicely formatted!
[tye]: 1) The python stack traces show you the names of variables, not the values of variables. Almost never informative.
[LanX]: do you have a py job now?
[tye]: Right now I have errors trying to fetch stuff from graphite. It says 'apps not ready, check startup logs'. I eventually find the startup logs and see 'no apps found'. Looking for fixes to this problem...
[LanX]: no idea ... ask py monks! ;-p
[tye]: it turns out that this can be caused by almost anything going wrong. If you want to know what caused the problem, you have to try to load each app by-hand to see what problems it is having, because none of those will be logged.
[tye]: No, I write more Perl than py at work. But I have to deal with plenty of py things.
[tye]: py monks would just be offended.
[Corion]: ;)
[Corion]: Hi tye btw ;)

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