is a bad set of permissions for a Perl script (assuming that's what it is). Scripts need to be read and interpreted by an interpreter, which means the script needs to be readable to the interpreter. If your script is owned by yourself, but merely executable
by the user running the interpreter (apache?), it won't be able to read the script and will fail.
Try setting the permissions to something more sane, like 755, and see if that helps.
In addition, if you're frequently executing one Perl script from within others, you may be interested in breaking that Perl script out into a module, and simply 'use' that module from your other Perl scripts that need to get at that common code.
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