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How to find a file.

How to find a file.

How to find a file.

(OP)
I'm trying to write a script to search a bunch of machines, to find all .pst files and report back the machine name and , name of file and size of the file. I don't have a clue how to start, can someone help or point me in the right direction....Lamar

RE: How to find a file.

have u tried the File::Find module?

RE: How to find a file.

(OP)
This is what I have so far, but it's not working.

use File::Find;
use LWP::Simple;
open (LOG,">>log.file") || die "can't open log file $!";
  find(sub{/\.pst$/ )},qw(C: D: E:)};
  print LOG "$File::Find::name\n";
}
close log

RE: How to find a file.

(OP)
Latest and greatest to search local dirve.

use File::Find;
use LWP::Simple; {
open (LOG,">>log.file") || die "can't open log file $!";
  find(sub{/\.pst$/},qw(C: D: E:));
    print LOG "$File::Find::name\n";
}

close log

RE: How to find a file.

(OP)
I now get this error. Any ideas.

Can't take log of 0 at D:\Download\find_pst.pl line 9.

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