Mnesia, disconnections and reconnections
Thu Feb 19 09:20:26 CET 2004
However you should reset it to the empty list after re-starting
mnesia. It's usually best to reset it with empty list after starting
Samuel Tardieu writes:
> I have implemented a greylist filter for Postfix in Erlang using
> Mnesia in order to check whether this efficiently reduces spam or
> not. As the system works best if all the MXs use the same database, I
> use a distributed Mnesia database with all nodes having disc_copies of
> every table (3 nodes).
> However, the nodes sometime get disconnected from each other because
> of network outages. As the node don't restart (they weren't shutdown),
> they all use different versions of the tables.
> How can I designate one of the nodes to be the master one so that in
> case of a reconnection the content of the tables will be reloaded from
> this node? Or is there a better way to do this?
>  http://www.greylisting.org/
> Samuel Tardieu -- -- http://www.rfc1149.net/sam
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