hello dear monks!
I have two hashes in the following format:
my %hash = (
'18.104.22.168' => 'nfs,1',
'22.214.171.124' => 'cifs,0',
'10.0.4.2' => 'afp,1',
'126.96.36.199' => 'nfs,0',
'188.8.131.52' => 'afp,0',
As you can see, the key is an IP address and the value is a file protocol name and an index.
the first hash is old configuration, and the second hash will be new configuration. I need to restart the protocol(s) that one or more of their IP addresses were changed (including an index change), therefore I need some kind of diff
function that will return me the changed protocols, for example afp
and I'll know to restart it.
Anyone with an idea?
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