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write a perl script or kornshell reading a two files and outputting to comma format

Can someone help me to write a perl script or kornshell reading a two files and outputting to comma format.

Here is the two files
id, diskname, diskgroup, diskisze(GB), FC
1, CN34, GRP1, 30, FC_CN34
2, CN67, GRP5, 19,
4, VD1, GRP4, 23, FC_VD1
6, CF_D1, GRP10, 23,
10, CN1, GRP4, 20, FC_CN1
11, vcD1, GRP1, 5,

second file
hostname, diskname
CN12A, CN34
CN12B, CN34
CL2, CN67
DF1, CF_D1
F1, CN1

The out should look like this:
id, diskname hostname diskgroup diskisze(GB) FC
1, CN34, CN12A/CN12B GRP1, 30, FC_CN34
2, CN67, CL2, GRP5, 19,
4, VD1, CN3C/CN3A/CN3B, GRP4, 23, FC_VD1
6, CF_D1, DF1, GRP10, 23,
10, CN1, F1, GRP4, 20, FC_CN1
11, vcD1, GRP1, 5,

Thanks for your help in advance

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ramdisk(7D)							      Devices							       ramdisk(7D)

ramdisk - RAM disk device driver SYNOPSIS
ramdisk@0:diskname DESCRIPTION
The ramdisk driver supports numerous ramdisk devices that are created by the system during the boot process (see boot(1M)) or during nor- mal system operation (see ramdiskadm(1M) for more information). DEVICE SPECIAL FILES
Each ramdisk can be accessed either as a block device or as a raw device. When accessed as a block device, the normal buffering mechanism is used when reading from and writing to the device, without regard to physical disk records. Accessing the ramdisk as a raw device enables direct transmission between the disk and the read or write buffer. A single read or write call usually results in a single I/O operation, meaning that raw I/O is more efficient when many bytes are transmitted. You can find block files names in /dev/ramdisk. Raw file names are found in /dev/rramdisk. There are no alignment or length restrictions on I/O requests to either block or character devices. ERRORS
EFAULT The argument features a bad address. EINVAL Invalid argument. EIO. An I/O error occurred. EPERM Cannot create or delete a ramdisk without write permission on /dev/ramdiskctl. ENOTTY The device does not support the requested ioctl function. ENXIO The device did not exist during opening. EBUSY Cannot exclusively open /dev/ramdiskctl. One or more ramdisks are still open. EEXIST A ramdisk with the indicated name already exists. EAGAIN Cannot allocate resource for ramdisk. Try again later. FILES
/dev/ramdisk/diskname Block device for ramdisk named diskname. /dev/rramdisk/diskname Raw device for ramdisk name diskname /kernel/drv/ramdisk 32-bit driver /kernel/drv/ramdisk.conf Driver configuration file. (Do not alter). /kernel/drv/sparcv9/ramdisk 64-bit driver ATTRIBUTES
See attributes(5) for descriptions of the following attribute: +-----------------------------+-----------------------------+ | ATTRIBUTE TYPE | ATTRIBUTE VALUE | +-----------------------------+-----------------------------+ |Interface Stability |Evolving | +-----------------------------+-----------------------------+ SEE ALSO
ramdiskadm(1M), fsck(1M), fstyp(1M), mount(1M), newfs(1M), driver.conf(4), filesystem(5), dkio(7I) NOTES
The percentage of available physical memory that can be allocated to ramdisks is constrained by the variable rd_percent_physmem. You can tune the rd_percent_physmem variable in /etc/system. By default, the percentage of available physical memory that can be allocated to ramdisks is fixed at 25%. A ramdisk may not be the best possible use of system memory. Accordingly, use ramdisks only when absolutely necessary. SunOS 5.10 04 Mar 2003 ramdisk(7D)

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