Mr martin Re: how to retrive registered processes of user application running on a node

Suresh S <>
Thu Dec 26 07:26:52 CET 2002


Hi martin,

My requirement goes like this ,
I need to keep track of all the processes may be
registered processes of my application or a particular
module in my application

Is there is any utility suits my requirement 
 
Thanking u 

regards 
suresh s

 --- martin j logan <> wrote: >
Suresh,
> There is the function regs() that can be run on the
> shell that will give
> you the info that you need. The actual function that
> regs() is calling
> can be traced through the stdlib module
> shell_default. 
> There is the function erlang:registered() which will
> return a list of
> all registered names on a node. Typically basic
> utility functions of
> this nature can be found in the kernel module
> erlang. 
> 
> As an aside, you may want to look at the postings
> this past week on
> registering many processes. Make sure that it is the
> right fit for you.
> In my experience there is usually little need to do
> so.   
> 
> Cheers,
> Martin 
> 
> On Tue, 2002-12-24 at 02:27, Suresh S wrote:
> >  Hi,
> >  i hava an application , which has got many
> registered
> >  processes , 
> >  is there any chance to know all the registered
> >  processes of my application running on a node
> > 
> >  there is no .app file for my application
> > 
> >  usually registered().
> >  will return all the registered processes on a
> node
> >  where as i nedd is registered processes of my    
>    
> >   application 
> > 
> >  Thanking u 
> >  
> >  suresh s
> > 
> >
>
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