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After reading all these *very* helpful advices, here's what i've got:

use strict; use warnings; while() { my @loads; my $i = my $cpuload = 0; open(INFIL,"< /proc/stat") || die("Unable To Open /proc/stat\n"); <INFIL> =~ /^cpu\s+(\d+)\s+(\d+)\s+(\d+).*/; @loads = ($1, $2, $3); sleep 1; seek INFIL, 0, 0; <INFIL> =~ /^cpu\s+(\d+)\s+(\d+)\s+(\d+).*/; foreach ($1, $2, $3) { $cpuload += $_ - $loads[$i++]; } close(INFIL); print "$cpuload\n"; }

Tie::File looks interesting, so that might not be the final version ;)

Thanks a lot folks!

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In reply to Re: Reopen file when contents changed? by bofh_of_oz
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