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Hello. If have a little Server programmed in IO::Socket and with Module Parallel::ForkManager
#!/usr/bin/perl use strict; no strict 'refs'; use warnings; use IO::Socket; use IO::Select; use Parallel::ForkManager; our $die = 0; $SIG{INT} = sub{ $die = 1; exit; }; our %clients = (); our $select = IO::Select->new; my $server = IO::Socket::INET->new( LocalHost => 'localhost', LocalPort => 2222, Proto => 'tcp', Listen => 10000, Reuse => 1, ) or die "Sock Error: $!\n"; our $pm = Parallel::ForkManager->new(10); $pm->run_on_finish(sub{ my($pid,$exitcode,$ident,$exitsignal,$coredump,$get +)=@_; my $sock = $get->{socket}; my $ip = $get->{ip}; my $id = $get->{ident}; $clients{$sock}->{socket} = $sock; $clients{$sock}->{ip} = $ip; $clients{$sock}->{ident} = $id; }); $server->autoflush(1); $select->add($server); while(!$die){ foreach our $key( $select->can_read()) { # foreach if($key eq $server) { # if $bay eq $server next if $key eq ""; our $bay = $server->accept or next; my $ip = $bay->peerhost(); $select->add($bay); $pm->start and next; select($bay); $|=1; my @phrase = ("a" .."z","A".."Z",0..9); my $ident = join '', map { $phrase[int rand @phrase] +} 1..10; foreach my $client( keys %clients ){ print "Connection from $clients{$client}->{ip} wit +h Ident $clients{$client}->{ident} and Socket $clients{$client}->{soc +ket} ... OK\n"; } my $data = $pm->finish(0, { ip => $ip, ident => $iden +t, socket => \*{ $bay } }); } } $pm->wait_all_children; } sub sendHeader { my $sock = shift; my $header =<<"EOT"; HTTP/1.0 200 OK Content-type: text/html EOT $sock->syswrite($header); }
I want to update the %clients Hash in the kind process. Later ( in the kind ) i want to write to each socket in %clients like my $sock = $clients{"WHAT"}->{socket}; $sock->syswrite("hello world");
But now i get an error: Cant store GLOB Items in
What i do wrong?

In reply to Parallel::ForkManager or something like that? by Sascha2018

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