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This is what I got from your script above:

P:\test>426324 GOT PAGE: 61833 bytes GOT PAGE: 61456 bytes INC: Exporter/ Thread/ c:/Perl/lib/auto/Storable/ c:/Perl/lib/auto/Storable/autosplit.ix c:/Perl/lib/auto/Storable/ threads/ warnings/ (in cleanup) Can't call method "PUSH" on an undefined value at + c:/Perl/site/lib/Thread/ line 224 during global destructio +n.

And this is what I got from my equivalent:

P:\test>426297 GOT PAGE: 61637 bytes GOT PAGE: 61585 bytes warnings/

Rather less loaded?

The script I used was:

#! perl -slw use strict; use threads qw[ async ]; my $thr = async { require LWP::Simple; return LWP::Simple::get( '' ); }; print 'GOT PAGE: ', length $thr->join, ' bytes'; $thr = async { require LWP::Simple; return LWP::Simple::get( '' ); }; print 'GOT PAGE: ', length $thr->join, ' bytes'; print for sort keys %INC;

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In reply to Re^5: Isolating dynamically loaded modules with Thread::Isolate. by BrowserUk
in thread Isolating dynamically loaded modules with Thread::Isolate. by gmpassos

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