[erlang-questions] Problems Creating First Target System

Chandru <>
Thu Sep 11 05:27:35 CEST 2008


2008/9/11 Brian Troutwine <>

> Slight addendum: On further inspection aule is started, though the
> remaining applications are not.


what do the commands application:info() and application:which_applications()
show?

Also, can you send the SASL reports you get when  you startup the node?
Given that 'aule' is started, indicates that the node would've atleast tried
to start the apps before it. When you say you can start them manually, does
it mean you can start them using the application:start/1 command or some
other means? If that is the case, it means you are missing the {mod,
{Module, Args}} directive in the .app file of those apps.

cheers
Chandru


>
> On Wed, Sep 10, 2008 at 4:01 PM, Brian Troutwine
> <> wrote:
> > I'm following the OTP Design Principles document in creating my first
> > release, but am having difficulties getting the system to boot
> > properly. I would appreciate help in fixing my errors. Here is my .rel
> > file:
> >
> > {release, {"Aule", "production-1"}, {erts, "5.6.3"},
> >  [{kernel, "2.12.3"},
> >  {stdlib, "1.15.3"},
> >  {sasl, "2.1.5.3"},
> >  {inets, "5.0.9"},
> >  {ecouch, "0.1"},
> >  {parse_app, "0.0.1"},
> >  {dispatch, "0.0.1"},
> >  {warehouse, "0.0.1"},
> >  {a_interface, "0.0.1"},
> >  {aule, "0.0.1"}]}.
> >
> > Following the guide I issue
> >
> >> systools:make_script("aule", [local]).
> >
> > and receive an aule.boot file. I then run
> >
> > $ erl -pa dispatch/ebin/ a_interface/ebin/ aule/ebin/ parse/ebin/
> > warehouse/ebin/ ../ecouch/ebin boot aule
> >
> > but only inets, ecouch, stdlib and kernel start. My custom
> > applications (parse_app, dispatch, warehouse, a_interface and aule) do
> > not start, though nothing stops me from starting them manually. When
> > started manually the system runs appropriately. I do not understand
> > why this has failed.
> >
> > Thanks,
> > Brian
> >
>
>
>
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