[erlang-questions] Erlang Nodes Reconnection problem

sandhya.adabala <>
Thu Nov 9 13:36:15 CET 2006


Hi Again,

        Here is the snippet of the ERL Snoop log captured after the
Linux PC Node is up:

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09:19:24.634965 [ aims-pc-75:32773 () > Jupiter:56689
() ] 141
  REG_SEND from: #Pid<> to: global_name_server

09:19:24.638970 [ Jupiter:56689 () > aims-pc-75:32773
() ] 69
  MONITOR from: #Pid<> to: net_kernel
   ref: #Ref<>

09:19:24.642976 [ Jupiter:56689 () > aims-pc-75:32773
() ] 86
  REG_SEND from: #Pid<> to: net_kernel

09:19:24.643224 [ aims-pc-75:32773 () > Jupiter:56689
() ] 67
  SEND to: #Pid<>

09:19:24.646930 [ Jupiter:56689 () > aims-pc-75:32773
() ] 123
  REG_SEND from: #Pid<> to: global_name_server

09:19:24.647133 [ Jupiter:56689 () > aims-pc-75:32773
() ] 72
  SEND to: #Pid<>

09:19:24.647178 [ aims-pc-75:32773 () > Jupiter:56689
() ] 56
  SEND to: #Pid<>

09:19:24.647201 [ Jupiter:56689 () > aims-pc-75:32773
() ] 37
  DEMONITOR from: #Pid<> to: net_kernel
   ref: #Ref<>

09:19:24.647552 [ aims-pc-75:32773 () > Jupiter:56689
() ] 54
  SEND to: #Pid<>
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########################################################################
#############


Below is the snippet of my application log which displays the messages
received:

2006.11.09, 09:19.24 ---hw_erl (#0): sending {admin,{aloha,0,[0,[]]}}
2006.11.09, 09:19.24 ---hw_erl (#0): sending {admin,{aloha,0,[0,[]]}}
2006.11.09, 09:19.24 ---hw_erl (#0): sending {admin,{aloha,0,[0,[]]}}
2006.11.09, 09:19.24 ---hw_erl (#0): sending {admin,{aloha,0,[0,[]]}}
2006.11.09, 09:19.24 ---hw_erl (#0): sending {admin,{aloha,0,[0,[]]}}
2006.11.09, 09:19.24 ---hw_erl (#0): sending {admin,{aloha,0,[0,[]]}}
2006.11.09, 09:19.24 ---hw_erl (#0): sending {admin,{aloha,0,[0,[]]}}
2006.11.09, 09:19.24 ---hw_erl (#0): sending {admin,{aloha,0,[0,[]]}}
2006.11.09, 09:19.24 ---hw_erl (#0): sending {admin,{aloha,0,[0,[]]}}
2006.11.09, 09:19.24 ---hw_erl (#0): sending {admin,{aloha,0,[0,[]]}}
[Here the solaris application is sending messages but is not getting
replies]
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2006.11.09, 09:41.37 ---hw_erl (#0): sending {admin,{aloha,0,[0,[]]}}
2006.11.09, 09:41.37 ---hw_erl (#0): sending {admin,{aloha,0,[0,[]]}}
2006.11.09, 09:41.37 hw: from_hw <0.75.0>: {admin,{aloha,3,[0,[]]}} [It
is getting message only after 20 minutes]




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Let me know if you want further details..

________________________________

From: Chandru [mailto:]
Sent: Thursday, November 09, 2006 3:42 PM
To: Sandhya Adabala (WT01 - IP-Multimedia Carrier & Ent Networks)
Cc: 
Subject: Re: [erlang-questions] Erlang Nodes Reconnection problem


On 09/11/06,  <>
wrote:

	Hi Chandru ,
	
	            Thanks for your inputs.Actually I have tried
checking the erlang messages using erlsnoop on solaris pc.
	            I observed flow of erlang messages from Linux node
to solaris node once it is up after a 12hrs halt.But the
	            strange thing is that the erlang node is printing
those messages very late say after 15-20 minutes.
	            This strange behaviour is not observed if the linux
pc is rebooted after less than 3 hrs halt.


Can you post the capture file or traces so we can have a look?

Chandru





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