[erlang-questions] A visual tour of Erlang

Emilio De Camargo Francesquini francesquini@REDACTED
Tue Jun 5 14:25:10 CEST 2012


About a month ago I wrote something similar to be able to "see", not
the links/monitors/genealogy of the Erlang processes, but rater the
communication graph between them. For this particular example the
internal graph of communication of CouchDB.

If there is interest I can upload the code to Github...

This video shows the processes communication graph for CouchDB running
in a machine with 24-cores. CouchDB was exercised using YCSB and the
video was generated using Ubigraph. I've posted the video here:




2012/6/3 Ivan Uemlianin <ivan@REDACTED>:
> On 3 Jun 2012, at 10:11, Ulf Wiger <ulf@REDACTED> wrote:
>> Drawing inspiration from how people solve coordination problems,
>> including how people deal with uncertainty and inconsistencies,
>> can be a great help when programming Erlang.
> Very good suggestion.
> What do they know of Erlang, who only Erlang know? (with apologies to Kipling)
> Ivan
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