[erlang-questions] idea: service pack one
Wed Nov 14 12:27:43 CET 2007
Le 13 nov. 07 à 22:27, Joe Armstrong a écrit :
> 5 +++ bundle ejabberd (or yaws) in a standard configuration that ships
> with Erlang.
> I talked to Mickael R. about this - if we shipped ejabberd
> with every Erlang
> we could easily get tens of thousands of ejabberd servers up
> and running in
> the twinkling of an eye.
Yes. I am still thinking about this one.
Another approach might be to provide a central ejabberd for those
Erlang nodes to coordinate. We would integrate only an EXMPP library
> 6 ++++ fix BIFs for regexp, searching binaries etc - so people stop
I agree with this one too.
> There are probably more things I could add - feel free to add you pet
> annoyance that can be easily
> fixed and we'll put it into service pack one.
One thing that might be usefull too might be a movable garbage
collector like the Eiffel one.
As there been some experimentation on this one ?
The rational behind this is:
- Erlang is a long running process.
- If the Erlang application has large variation in memory consumption
over time (both increase and decrease), it can generate memory
fragmentation, that is increased by the fact that Erlang are long
- Defragmenting the memory would help for this long running application.
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