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RE: RE: RE: Servers with an uptime of more than a day are

by ivory (Pilgrim)
on Jul 21, 2000 at 06:16 UTC ( #23527=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to RE: RE: Servers with an uptime of more than a day are
in thread Servers with an uptime of more than a day are

Yikes! We had to move some of our servers to a remote location during the WTO riots (fearing terrorist attack) :) We couldn't spare anyone to stay with the servers...and at some point we couldn't communicate with them at all, so we went down to where they are and someone had pulled all the cords out of the wall...they left a note complaining that it was too hot, so they wanted all the machines off. Note was unsigned, luckily. Hmmmmm.
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[belg4mit]: Nothing wrong with perl -le 'print ":)" =~ /(?^u:^(\:|\:\))$) /'
[Lotus1]: belg4mit are you on a Linix server?
[belg4mit]: yes. the regular expression is generated in code from a text file. that s the regular expression that Perl blows up when it reaches it, but if I use it from the comman line it's fine
[belg4mit]: oh, wait, damn, different lne number
[choroba]: same Perl version?
[choroba]: oh, ok
[belg4mit]: I had \Q'd in one RE but not a subsequent one, doh
[talexb]: Programs writing programs. Neat stuff.

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