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I am trying to create a Perl script that will find "" files (more than 1 location), Open the file and do a search/replace on the file. i ran the script and it created a new file with the find command for the second part of the script.. So none of the files are being changed.
#!/usr/local/bin/perl print "Making Recommended Logging Changes\n"; #chdir "/opt/tivoli/itcam/was/DC/"; @logging=`find . -name`; chomp @logging; print @logging; foreach $prop (@logging) { open (FILE,"<$prop"); @array=<FILE>; close(FILE); foreach (@array) { print @array; $_ =~ s/DEBUG_MIN/WARN/g; } } ####### print "Disable Aspect J And Enable BCI\n"; chdir "/opt/tivoli/itcam/was/DC/runtime/"; @disable=`find . -name`; foreach $props (@disable) { open (FILE, ">> $props"); @array1=<FILE>; foreach (@array1) { print FILE "\n"; print FILE " +=true"; $_ =~ s/ +ierFactory/; } close(FILE); } ####### print "Recycle Configured JVM's\n"; exit 0;

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