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ok so in your sample code how does the subroutine know what variable it is receiving based off of your filename? Im ny code I have two distinct filenames I want to pass to logfile::rotate so how do I do this?
if ( ( my $dif = $dif[1] - $dif[2] ) > 199 ) { &mailme; logroll($out); if ( ( my $diff = $diff[1] - $diff[2] ) > 199 ) { &mailme; logroll($out1); sub logroll { my $logs = new Logfile::Rotate (File => ???? # <---- what is here based? Count => 10, # off of 2 diff filenames Gzip => 'lib', Dir => '/usr/local/log/old', Flock => 'yes', Persist => 'yes' ); $logs->rotate(); }

In reply to Re^4: logfile rotate w/ pass by reference by drock
in thread logfile rotate w/ pass by reference by drock

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