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Re: process table

by roboticus (Chancellor)
on Dec 20, 2013 at 19:48 UTC ( #1067985=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to process table


Because you have two CPUs, and a hash holds one item. So the last one read wins for each CPU. Try this to get a hash of arrays (HoA):

push @{$prochash{$cpu}}, { 'pid' => $pid, 'time' => $time, 'user' => $user, 'args' => $args, };

Or if you want a hash of hashes (HoH), use the first level for the CPU and the second for the PID:

$prochash{$cpu}{$pid} = { 'pid' => $pid, 'time' => $time, 'user' => $user, 'args' => $args, };

There are other ways to do it, too. You may want to review perldoc perldsc

Update: Changed language a little to clarify.


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