How do I find if a specific directory exists in a filesystem using perl

I have a problem where I was asked to find if a particular directory exists in a filesystem. For example we have SunOS unix operating system which has /uXX filesystems. I need a perl script which would determine which all filesystems contain a directory called 'odsap1'.
Could anyone please provide with a perl script which would search all the filesystems and determine which all would contain this directory called, 'odsap1'.
Thanks in advance. Your help is really appreciated
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Suhas .QA ManagerCommented:
File::Find module can help you to get the solution... 
use File::Find;
find(sub{print $File::Find::name if (/odsap1/ and -d $_);}, '/');

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Do you really want to use Perl for such a simple task?  Just type in

find / -type d -name odsap1
$dir = "/bla/bla";
if (-d $dir) {
  print "$dir exist\n";
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