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If you have a small codebase or a single script, I find this to be easiest. I realize it doesn't fit all situations, but if you are the one running the scripts or you are able to use cron, this works a treat.
scp yourscript.pl user@server:/tmp && \ ssh -t user@server \ 'perl /tmp/yourscript.pl && rm /tmp/yourscript.pl'

In reply to Re: What are all the possible ways to deploy Perl code on multiple servers? by onelesd
in thread What are all the possible ways to deploy Perl code on multiple servers? by jozef

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    [moritz]: seems there's a size limit for hostenum, and the error message just sucks
    [vrk]: None, other than the location of the error: auto/NetAddr/IP/ _splitref.al
    [vrk]: Aha, there's a reference to "bug report 82719" in NetAddr/IP.pm's sub _splitref.
    [moritz]: wow, that's their idea of an "improved error message"
    [moritz]: how about "This network is too large to enumerate all host addresses." or so?

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