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My code really sucks and I hope someone could assist in either cleaning it up or rewriting a new one that makes better sense and logic. Anyhow, below is one that I wrote. I'm still learning perl .
open FH, "/tmp/file" || die "File does not exist!";
last if (/queue dn_def_quick bandwidth/);
# do first section
my($bracket,$packet,$num,$bytes,$num1,$dropped,$packet1,$num2,$bytes1,$num,$bracket2)=split(/ /, $section);
print "Section Match: queue dn_def_quick\n";
print "$bytes $num1\n\n";
# do second section
last if (/dn_usr1_def bandwidth/);
my ($bracket,$packet,$num,$bytes,$num1,$dropped,$packet1,$num2,$bytes1,$num,$bracket2)=split(/ /, $section);
print "Section Match: queue dn_usr1_def\n";
print "$bytes $num1 $dropped $packet1 $num2\n";
Thanks, it really help a lot, now another sample file is
Interface Stats for rl0 IPv4 IPv6
Bytes In 178420849 0
Bytes Out 31594925 0
Passed 276970 0
Blocked 140482 0
Passed 182922 0
Blocked 780 0
While doing "last if(/Packets In/)" command it only shows Passed 276970 0. What I want to do is for "Packets In" I want to get both Passed and Blocked IPv4 value i.e. for passed: 276970 and Blocked: 140482
Same for "Packets Out" Passed: 182922 Blocked: 780