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The reason I am going to try spliting the script across 2 machines is because I was thinking the same thing as Perlbotics above. There is just too much load on the resources if I try to do everything at the same time. By splitting the global task in 2 parts I can either run both concurrently on 2 machines or in sequence on 1, depending on my time constraints.

But just in case, here is the rest of the code you were asking for. Am I doing something horribly wrong there that is causing needless load on the CPU?

The Load data function just executes this sql:
my $sql = qq{ LOAD DATA LOCAL INFILE \"$mysql_tmp_filename\" INTO TABLE `$tblname` FIELDS TERMINATED BY ',' OPTIONALLY enclosed by '\"' ESCAPED BY '\\\\' LINES TERMINATED BY '\\r\\n' IGNORE 3 LINES (file_name,\@file_p,file_size,\@file_la,\@file_lc,\@file_c, file_exten +sion) set file_last_access = STR_TO_DATE(\@file_la, '%c/%e/%Y %l:%i %p'), file_path = \@file_p, file_share_name = substring_index(substring_index(\@file_p,'\\\\',3),' +\\\\',-1), file_last_change = STR_TO_DATE(\@file_lc, '%c/%e/%Y %l:%i %p'), file_creation = STR_TO_DATE(\@file_c, '%c/%e/%Y %l:%i %p') }; my $sth = $dbh->prepare($sql); $sth->execute();
and here is fix_file_4mysql:
sub fix_file_4mysql { #arguments: 1) path to file #returns: 1) the filename fixed for use in a mysql query #fix the contents of the temp file for use in mysql my $tmp_filename = shift; open( IN, "+<$tmp_filename" ); my @file = <IN>; seek IN, 0, 0; foreach my $file (@file) { $file =~ s/\\/\\\\/g; print IN $file; } close IN; #fix temp_filename for use in mysql my $mysql_tmp_filename = $tmp_filename; $mysql_tmp_filename =~ s/\\/\\\\/g; return $mysql_tmp_filename; }

In reply to Re^3: Multithreaded Script CPU Usage by Zenshai
in thread Multithreaded Script CPU Usage by Zenshai

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