[erlang-questions] Erlang Nodes Reconnection problem
Fri Oct 27 10:48:48 CEST 2006
Can you snoop on the traffic using snoop/tcpdump or some such tool and see
what messages are flying on the network?
Or you can try erlsnoop to observe messages being exchanged.
On 27/10/06, <> wrote:
> Hi All,
> We are facing a very strange problem with erlang run time system
> "Erlang (BEAM) emulator version 188.8.131.52".
> Here is the problem:
> We have an erlang node running on solaris PC which
> communicates with another erlang node running on Linux PC.
> Whenever the Linux PC is halted[Solaris Erlang Node waits in a loop for
> reconnection to linux PC Node] and restarted after a long time say 12
> hrs,the communication between the erlang nodes on Linux PC and Solaris box
> is not happening properly.After the long halt the solaris erlang node is
> able to send messages to Linux erlang node,but the replies sent by Linux
> PC are reaching the erlang node very late say after 2-3 hrs.We had to
> restart the solaris erlang node to make everything work normally.We are
> not facing the issue if the linux PC is halted and restarted after 1-3 Hrs.
> We are stuck up with this issue and couldn't progress much
> on this.
> Could any one of you help me in resolving this issue
> Thans & Regards,
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