I just ran one more test, I ran 100 profiles, average approx 1 second per profile. I then ran 3 profiles (that were in the 100 set) and specifically those 3 had taken 2+ seconds to run. Now with only 3 they each ran in 0.07 seconds or less. I'm not sure why it seems to already know it has a lot of profiles ... unless, I'm passing the profiles in on the command line example /home/profile_* , maybe it has to run this "ls" type command every time? it seems it should only run it once, but I'm not sure I set it up that way. I'm pulling them in like this:
my $arg_profs = \@ARGV; # set the remaining arguments AFTER you have read the template
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