Erlang node dies silently

Chandrashekhar Mullaparthi Chandrashekhar.Mullaparthi@REDACTED
Tue Oct 8 00:25:53 CEST 2002

Do you have sasl running. If yes, look in the SASL logs. You can probably
see some crash reports etc. You'll have to configure sasl to log reports to
disk. This is how we do it in our sys.config

 {sasl,         [{error_logger_mf_dir,
                 {error_logger_mf_maxbytes, 20000},
                 {error_logger_mf_maxfiles, 4}]},

You can browse thru the sasl logs using rb


-----Original Message-----
From: Helen Airiyan [mailto:Helen.Airiyan@REDACTED]
Sent: 07 October 2002 14:08
To: erlang-questions@REDACTED
Cc: Helen Airiyan
Subject: Erlang node dies silently

Hello there,

we are running a (live!) distributed Erlang application.
We have recently run into a problem where one of the Erlang nodes
dies very silently without any indication of what the problem might be.
It is not yet clear whether its killed by something internal to this
node or
some external process - Solaris kernel ?  C process ? or something just
appart in OTP

We have tried using truss and application specific traces, but for weeks

now we are in the dark.  I was wondering if anyone might have some
ideas on tracing this kind of problems ?  Or maybe you have had a
experience and might know possible causes for such phenomenom ?

Thanks in advance.



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