Attaching a shell to a running node.
Thu Aug 17 23:39:09 CEST 2006
You can start multiple remote shells and juggle sessions that way (just
sure you pay attention to what node you are on before running arbitrary
One in particular to watch out for is doing q() when in a remote shell
session. This will not stop your local shell but, as I found out the
hard way on a production node, will bring down the remote node :-O
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