Node

Chandrashekhar Mullaparthi <>
Thu Dec 5 12:10:30 CET 2002


This means the nodes which are trying to communicate dont have the same
cookie. You can check the cookie using 

erlang:get_cookie().

in the erlang shell.

If you are using erlang R9B, you can set the cookie in the shell using

erlang:set_cookie(node(), your_cookie).

hth
Chandru

-----Original Message-----
From: Eduardo Figoli [mailto:]
Sent: 05 December 2002 17:40
To: 
Subject: Node


 
I get the monitor_node function work. 
I have executed succesfully a function remotely but
I have received an error on the machine where the function it
is loaded:
** Connection attempt from disallowed node  **

What does this message mean ?

Thank you again
Eduardo Figoli
INswitch Solutions



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