Supervision Trees - A Beginner Writes
Gordon Guthrie, BTP, BT, SE
Fri Jan 16 17:40:01 CET 2004
Bengt Kleberg wrote:
> here we have 2 emacs (gnu-emacs and gnu-xemacs). i use none, but upon
> inspection i found that xemacs has an erlang menu with ''skeletons''.
> the one for supervisor says maxr 0, maxt 1.
> which means that if you have more than 0 restarts during the last 1
> second your supervisor will terminate all the child processes
> and then
> if you have the same skeleton (haunting name, is it not?) try
> and change
> these values. maxr should surely be more than 0 for the case you have
> previously described.
That's working fine now (especially as I have replaced my homebrew timeout
nonsense handled by call_info with normal gen_server timeout behaviour).
<Boggle>Gosh, it is easy to write a supervision heirarchy with OTP, isn't
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