[erlang-questions] Supervisor behaviour query

Dana.RUBINO <>
Wed Nov 12 16:02:43 CET 2008


Hi all,

I have setup a supervisor structure as such:

Supervisor (Node A)  -> Supervisor (Node B) -> WorkerA
                                                                -> WorkerB
                                                                -> WorkerC

I boot my app and the supervision tree starts all the processes and I can see the dependency tree when I fire up appmon as expected.

When however I kill a worker via appmon the supervisor does not attempt to restart the killed process.

Am I missing something? Does a supervisor not attempt to restart a process which has been killed purposely? (I am using one_for_one)

Thanks,
Dan



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