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A few small things

It looks you are testing for comments twice.

for (my $nr = 0; $nr < $filearrnr; $nr++) { splice (@filearr, $nr, 1) if ($filearr[$nr] =~ /^#/) }
next if ($filearr[$nr] =~ /^#/);
You might consider the more perlish, more compact construction
foreach my $nrl (@hostarr){}
instead of:
for (my $nr1 = 0; $nr1 < $hostarrnr; $nr1++)

If you wanted to be moderately fancy you could  fork() each server's FTP session. That way your script wouldn't hang waiting for an unreachable host to time out

email: mandog

In reply to Re: ftpbackup by mandog
in thread ftpbackup by enaco

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