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Old 08-10-2010, 03:38 AM   #1
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Use of uninitialized value in pattern match (m//)

> I am running the following code and receiving the warning :
> Use of uninitialized value in pattern match (m//) at line 38

#!/usr/bin/perl -w
#written by trizsolo
#usage: ./ args args args
#you can add as many processes as needed for args
#or use the defaults... syslogd is always checked
my $user='root';
my $host=`hostname`;
my $date=`date`;
my $logfile="$host" . '.log';
our @proc_list=@ARGV;
# Default list of processes
if(@proc_list==0){ # check for arguments
@proc_list=('inetd', 'sendmail', '');
push(@proc_list, 'syslogd'); # add syslogd to check

# ---------- open logfile and determine Operating System --------------
open(LOG, ">>$logfile") or die "Can't open $logfile to write: $!";
print LOG "Searching for: @proc_list on $date!\n";
chomp($os=`uname -r`);
print LOG "OS on this server is $os\n";

# ---------------- call "ps" & analyse output --------------------
foreach my $process (@proc_list) {
$event_count{$process} = 0;
open(PS, "/bin/ps auwx |") or die "Can't run ps: __FILE__ $!";
$/="\n"; # record seperator
) {
foreach my $process(@proc_list) {
if($_ =~(m/$process/i)) {
open(LOG,">>$logfile") or die "Cannot open $logfile: $!";
# Add line to log to nagios if needed
foreach $process(@proc_list) {
if($event_count{$process} ==0) {
print LOG "Process $process is NOT running!\n";
system("/bin/logger -p warn Process: $process is NOT running!\n")
== 0 or die "Cannot complete cmd: $! : $?";
print LOG "Process $process occurred $event_count{$process} times!\n";
exit 0;

please help
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