distributed node in linux

SEUNG BONG HAN <>
Tue Mar 9 19:44:30 CET 2004


Thanks.
I looked at the kernel/src/inet_config.erl file and find out that 
 
            case Type of
                unix_sv ->                      % UnixWare 2.1.2
                    case inet_db:add_rc_list([{lookup,["native"]}]) of
                        ok ->
                            true;
                        {error, Reason} ->
                            error("can't set lookup to native: ~p", [Reason])
                    end;
                freebsd -> %% we may have to check version (2.2.2)
                    load_resolv(filename:join(Etc,"host.conf"), host_conf_freebsd);
                'bsd/os' ->
                    load_resolv(filename:join(Etc,"irs.conf"), host_conf_bsdos);
                linux ->
                    load_resolv(filename:join(Etc,"host.conf"),host_conf_linux),
 
My Gentoo/FreeBSD is using /etc/nsswitch.conf instead of host.conf.
For linux box, I just add /etc/host.conf file and FreeBSD box, I had to modify the code.
Now, I have distributed nodes!!
 
regards,

Chandrashekhar Mullaparthi <> wrote:
The same problem exists on Mac OS X as well. We have this in our 
~/.erlang

inet_db:add_rc_list([{lookup, ["native", "file"]}]).

cheers
Chandru

On 9 Mar 2004, at 07:22, SEUNG BONG HAN wrote:

> I tried to setup the distributed node in Gentoo linux
> without success.
> I found out that if I do the inet:gethostbyname(> name>), it returned {error, nxdomain}.
> The reason was inet_db:res_option(lookup) returned
> empty list instead of [{res_lookup,[file,dns]}].
>
> I setup the nsswitch.conf to lookup the
>
> hosts: files dns
> ...
>
> Does anybody have same problem that I have before?
> The FreeBSD 5.0 also gives me the same result just my
> Gentoo Linux.
>
> regards,
>
>
>
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