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This is probably not the solution. But it will change the localtime line and remove the s/// one. I don't say its better but it might throw some light on what's happening.
my ($sec,$min,$hour,$mday,$mon,$year) = localtime(); my $m = ('Jan','Feb','Mar','Apr','May','Jun','Jul','Aug','Sep','Oct', +'Nov','Dec')[$mon]. "-$mday-".substr($year,-2).sprintf(' %02d:%02d:%02d', $hour,$min,$s +ec); $m.= " $Con{$fh}->{ip} <$Con{$fh}->{mailfrom}>" if $fh && $Con{$fh}; $m.= " $_[0]\n"; print $m unless $silent; print DEBUG $m;
Yes it is a strike at semi-random. What I guess may happen is that the problem now moves to a completely differet place. If so I suspect you may be looking at a weird memory leak kind of error. However I did get a very very weird crash the first time I ran your 2 lines in a CGI script - it broke the webserver! Needless to say this hasn't happened since.


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In reply to Re: still have a mysterious crash by dingus
in thread still have a mysterious crash by jhanna

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