Supervision and Magically Reincarnated Processes
Mon Dec 16 10:13:28 CET 2002
Thanks a lot Chandru, thats exactly what I needed (sys:trace). Now I just
need to wait for it to crash :-(
----- Original Message -----
From: "Chandrashekhar Mullaparthi"
To: "'Bruce Fitzsimons'" <>;
Sent: Monday, December 16, 2002 9:38 PM
Subject: RE: Supervision and Magically Reincarnated Processes
> Do you have sasl running? If so you should get crash reports you can look
> using rb. If you want to find out the reason without changing anything, us
> the sys:trace function on your supervisor, you should see the EXIT message
> from the supervised child...
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Bruce Fitzsimons [mailto:]
> Sent: 16 December 2002 08:18
> Subject: Q: Supervision and Magically Reincarnated Processes
> Hi peoples,
> A quick OTP question, I'm using supervisors in my Aplio (Internet Phone)
> server program and I've carefully inserted a bug somewhere that makes one
> the processes crash. But I don't get any output about why it has crashed
> the error_logger or shell (when I run it that way).
> The process that dies is a gen_server (behaviour) and it doesn't execute
> terminate(Reason, State) so I guess its just 'EXIT'ing somewhere.
> My question is: how can I trap this (preferably sans debugger)?
> The supervisor restarts it happily, and works so fast and well that I
> even aware it was dying until I started running it in the shell this week.
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