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Using AnyEvent::DNS, you could parallelize your DNS requests to the various blacklists instead of waiting for the results sequentially.

#!perl -w use strict; use AnyEvent; use AnyEvent::DNS; my %results; my $outstanding = AnyEvent->condvar; for my $domain (<DATA>) { $domain =~ s!\s+$!!; # Fire off a query for this hostname warn "Querying ip(s) for '$domain'"; $outstanding->begin(); AnyEvent::DNS::resolver->resolve ( $domain, "a", sub { $outstanding->end; if( @_ ) { for (@_) { my ($name, $type, $in, $ttl, $ip) = @$_; $results{ $name } ||= []; warn "Response for $name"; push @{$results{ $name }}, $ip; }; } else { warn "No response for $domain"; }; }); }; # Wait for all requests to finish $outstanding->recv; use Data::Dumper; warn Dumper \%results; __DATA__ doesnotexist.local

In reply to Re: optimise code EV Event AnyEvent POE by Corion
in thread optimise code EV Event AnyEvent POE by swilting

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