Wed Aug 9 09:02:50 CEST 2006
Thanks, I'll look into it!
On 8/9/06, Ulf Wiger (TN/EAB) <ulf.wiger@REDACTED> wrote:
> There is a new version of gen_leader here:
> (It's not in Jungerl yet - sorry.)
> It has a new leader election algorithm, which is much better suited to
> Erlang's semantics. The code has been tested using abstract traces (see the
> paper) and QuickCheck.
> The API is still the same.
> Ulf W
> *From:* owner-erlang-questions@REDACTED [mailto:
> owner-erlang-questions@REDACTED] *On Behalf Of *Alex Arnon
> *Sent:* den 8 augusti 2006 21:40
> *To:* erlang-questions@REDACTED
> *Subject:* gen_leader's status.
> Hi All,
> What is gen_leader's current status? Looking through my mailing list
> archives, it seems that it was considered to be functioning well if not
> thoroughly tested. Can anyone give me a heads-up on this?
> gen_leader in fact implements a superset of what I need, so I can actually
> get by with a somewhat looser scheme using pg2, I think.
> - I need a group of processes (1 per node) of which only one periodically
> wakes up and performs cleanup on some mnesia tables.
> - It is probably not too bad if occasionally (due to node crashes etc.)
> more than one would wake up, as I believe it should be simple to avoid if
> nodes are reasonably stable.
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