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How about using AnyEvent::HTTP?
#!/usr/bin/perl use strict; use AnyEvent; use AnyEvent::HTTP; use Time::HiRes qw(time); my $cv = AnyEvent->condvar( cb => sub { print "\n"; print "Starting test...\n"; print "\n"; } ); my $urls = [ '', '', '', '', '', '' ]; my $start = time; my $result; $cv->begin( sub { ( shift() )->send($result); } ); foreach my $url (@$urls) { $cv->begin; my $now = time; my $request; $request = http_request( GET => $url, timeout => 3, sub { my ( $body, $hdr ) = @_; if ( $$hdr{'Status'} =~ /^2/ ) { push( @$result, join( " ", ( $url, "=> \n length", $$hdr{'content-length'}, "\n loaded in", time - $now, "ms" ) ) ); } else { push( @$result, join( "", "Error for ", $url, ": (", $hdr->{Status}, ") ", $hdr->{Reason} ) ); } undef $request; $cv->end; } ); } $cv->end; my $foo = $cv->recv; print join( "\n", @$foo ), "\n" if defined $foo; print "\nTotal elapsed time: ", time - $start, "ms\n\n";
I got the idea here.

In reply to Re: Slow HTTP::Async responses by Khen1950fx
in thread Slow HTTP::Async responses by alexkus

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