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In this code also if you add one more if condition before doing this calculation,
it will prevent these kind of error if future
if ($used){ my $monit_percentual = ( $avail / $avail+$used ) * 100 ; my $final_used = $used / 1000 ; my $final_avail = $avail / 1000 ; print "$monit is a $fs_type filesystem who has $final_used space u +sed (in MB) and $final_avail of avalible space (in MB too) \n" ; #comparacion con el porcentaje de $monit_percentual if ($monit_percentual < $warn) { print "Less of the $warn % of the space of the filesystem +$monit is avalible for use, consider uninstall unused software \n" ; } elsif ($monit_percentual eq $warn) { print "Be carefull, exactly the $warn % of the space of $m +onit is usable, consider uninstall unused software \n" ; } else { print "There is a $monit_percentual % of avarible space of + the disk \n" ; } }else{ print "Some message\n"; }

In reply to Re^2: Some help with my project: by madtoperl
in thread Some help with my project: by 0uts1de

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