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Hey NetWallah,

Thanks for the snippet!

I'm having a hard time following though... on this line:

our $KIDS   = $count > 20? 10 : int ($count / 4) || 1;

Won't $KIDS always be assigned the value 1? Unless $count has already been assigned a value elsewhere... and I'm assuming that the keys in %ServerInfo are IP addresses that get passed to another sub_routine called Ping_it()?

Sorry if I'm being a little dense here. Just trying to get what goes where and there seem to be a few pieces of the puzzle still missing.

Thanks again!

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