[erlang-questions] how: Setting Process Limit with escript or Running w/o Compiling

Roberto Saccon <>
Thu Feb 21 22:39:34 CET 2008


AFAIK, everything not-compiling (e.g. shell, escript) boils down to
erl_eval:exprs/2.


On Thu, Feb 21, 2008 at 6:21 PM, Alexandre Skyrme
<> wrote:
> Greetings,
>
>  I'm interested in running Erlang code _without_ compiling it and recently
>  I found out about escript. I've been able to run some code with it,
>  however I cannot get around the default maximum process limit (32768) when
>  using it.
>
>  Is there some way to change that limit within Erlang code or maybe by
>  using some command line option to escript (such as the +P used with erl)?
>
>  I'd also be interested in any alternatives, other than escript, to run
>  Erlang code without compiling it. Using Erlang's shell interactively seems
>  to result in code compilation before execution. Simply using erl with the
>  -s, -noshell and "run start stop" options, only seems to work if I first
>  compile.
>
>  In case it makes any difference, I'm using Erlang on Ubuntu 7.10, AMD64,
>  installed from the Ubuntu repository package, without HiPE.
>
>  Thanks in advance for any suggestions.
>
>  Regards,
>  --
>  Alexandre Skyrme
>
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