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This seems like a good job for some sort of database, mysql, SQLite...

If all 300 processes run at the same time, you might still have to stagger them, follow this up with another script that produces a report that is emailed.


In reply to Re: avoiding a race by gman
in thread avoiding a race by westy032001

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