[erlang-questions] What is this trace telling me?

Sean Hinde <>
Sun Jun 10 23:43:17 CEST 2007


It is saying that the call to erlang:exit(undefined, kill) is exiting  
with badarg. Presumably because the first argument to erlang:exit/2  
should be a Pid.

Sean

On 10 Jun 2007, at 22:22, Joel Reymont wrote:

> Folks,
>
> I can't quite figure this out. The error is saying that kill does not
> exist, right?
>
> In what module, though?
>
> 	Thanks, Joel
>
> ---
>
> 1> (<0.34.0>) call mnesia_sup:'-kill/0-fun-0-'(mnesia_index)
> 1> (<0.34.0>) returned from mnesia_sup:'-kill/0-fun-0-'/1 -> {'EXIT',
>                                                             {badarg,
>                                                              [{erlang,
>                                                                exit,
>
> [undefined,
>                                                                  
> kill]},
>
> {mnesia_sup,
>                                                                '-kill/
> 0-fun-0-',
>                                                                1},
>
> {lists,foreach,2},
>
> {mnesia_sup,
>                                                                kill,
>                                                                0},
>                                                               {rpc,
>                                                                '-
> handle_call/3-fun-0-',
>                                                                5}]}}
>
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