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I was wondering if there was a Perl script that can ping one of my servers to make sure that it is alive and send me a net message if the server goes out.  I am on a windows environment and would like to use perl to do this. Can I get some help with this please
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you ccould do qx`ping $server` or
use Net::Ping
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Great thank you. I should have checked in cpan firs. thanks though
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