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Re^2: INTERNAL ERROR: PerlParse did not exit clean

by stefan k (Curate)
on Feb 24, 2005 at 08:11 UTC ( #433980=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Re: INTERNAL ERROR: PerlParse did not exit clean
in thread INTERNAL ERROR: PerlParse did not exit clean

of course we're are currently in the process of getting this thing to a linux box with apache. We'll see what will happen.

The sad side of this is: the error is not reproducible. It occurred once during a nightly stress-test. We set up another server (w/o any other software) and that machine is running just fine. The first box also run some virus scanning software as well as backups. Rather complicated environment :-(

I am not hoping for a code analysis here, just a pointer where the problem may be lurking.

Regards... stefan k
you begin bashing the string with a +42 regexp of confusion

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Re^3: INTERNAL ERROR: PerlParse did not exit clean
by Tanktalus (Canon) on Feb 24, 2005 at 15:45 UTC

    Check line 418. I think the semicolon should be a comma.


    A vague question can only get a vague answer, if any at all. This is one of the ones that can't get any answer. If the question does not contain the problem (nor the error message, which this error message is completely unhelpful), then the problem cannot be solved. It's sorta like saying I have twelve pages of algebra which works out to x = 0, y = 0, when one of the equations is x = y + 1. And then asking where I made a mistake.

    I sympathise. I really do. But, as Corion implicated, we'd need to be mind-readers to get your problem.

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