About Erlang system nodes

chandru chandrashekhar.mullaparthi@REDACTED
Mon Feb 13 22:13:37 CET 2006

On 13/02/06, Tony Zheng <tzheng@REDACTED> wrote:
> Hi
> A distributed Erlang system consists of a number of Erlang runtime
> systems communicating with each other. Each such runtime system is
> called a NODE. Message passing between processes at different nodes. Are
> these nodes physically separate?
What do you mean "physically separate"?

> Can I make two servers in the DIFFERENT
> LOCATIONS as two nodes, synchronize the data of Mnesia on the two nodes?

Yes you can. Checkout mnesia:create_schema/1


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