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Hi Hippo, You can assume it to a function happening at regular intervals like the below :
sub parsexml { my $parser_obj = XML::LibXML->new(); my $doc; my $xml_file = "filename.xml"; $doc = $parser_obj->parse_file($xml_file); my ($xml_node) = $doc->findnodes($xpath); } parsexml(); sleep 30; parsexml(); sleep 30; . . . .
The overall thing happening is , same file is accessed multiple times or parsed multiple times this way over a period of time. I am not sure, if the problems lies here or not. Please revert if more details are required. Thanks, Bala.

In reply to Re^2: XML::LibXML - could not create file parser context : no error by rbala
in thread XML::LibXML - could not create file parser context : no error by rbala

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