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My logical interpretation of adrianh's solution was pretty much correct - I just couldn't see it in the code. This works as is, but I am going to test its speed against tall_man's suggestion as it runs considerably slower. I know that it is doing a lot more work, so this is expected and with the $|++ - the humans viewing it shouldn't really notice a difference. None the less, I am going to code my own version of the logic to see if I can't speed it up in addition to benching it against a version using File::MergeSort. If I can't do any better than your integration of adrianh's solution, the only change I will make is having it being an option and not the default. This way it will not effect the overall speed if someone chooses to do a -c and only look at one connector log.

Cheers - L~R

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