Thu Jun 24 19:02:03 CEST 2004
It would seem that you have discovered a bug. You might want to
look at run_erl to achieve what you want. If you run a proper
embedded system you can leave sasl outputting to tty and the
run_erl program will handle logging to rotating files. You can
use to_erl to attach to the shell.
On Thu, Jun 24, 2004 at 05:45:32PM +0200, Rudolph van Graan wrote:
} The problem is this: I don't see any error reports or anything again
} after startup, ever. It seems that SASL just stops recording error
} reports and ignores the error reports. I am sure that a lot of error
} reports occur, but for the life of me I cannot seem to convince SASL to
} log them for me. Is there anything obvious I miss?
} While I'm at it... SASL also seems to delete the log file everytime the
} erl VM is restarted. Why is this and how do I convince it not to do
} this and to simply append to the current one?
} Rudolph van Graan
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