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The dir command is just a simplified example on what is causing the problem in my larger script, and I don't think this has to do anything with the file system because if i was to replace:

my @output = `$dir_cmd`;

with a system call

system("$dir_cmd");

it works with even a 100 process's in parallel, the reason I son't want to use a system call is because I want to get the output and store it within a file

I even looked trying something like this:

system ("$dir_cmd >> out.txt");

but the output comes all mangled up, with so many process's trying to write to the same file at once, so I just store the output in a variable, and then copy it to the file within the smae child process, and it works for me in UNIX.


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