[erlang-questions] ErlExec stdin and other questions

OvermindDL1 overminddl1@REDACTED
Wed Aug 7 06:49:01 CEST 2013

Excepting this, is there any other better way to launch a program as
another user?  I might just use ssh certs and ssh to localhost if not
unless any other ideas?

On Tue, Aug 6, 2013 at 4:22 AM, OvermindDL1 <overminddl1@REDACTED> wrote:

> I have been attempting to use ErlExec as I noticed that it had a few new
> features added six days ago to forward the stdout/stderr to an Erlang PID,
> however I am having some issue.  The process that erlexec runs occasionally
> does not die when the Erlang VM dies, thus keeping it and its children
> running.
> Also I need a way to send commands back to the children, but I am either
> not seeing a command for that or have not figured out the format to send a
> message, which is difficult because of the main issue I have, when I have
> it launch a fairly large server software (that is not a daemon for whatever
> reason, hence why I am wrapping it), the Erlang shell seems to lose a great
> deal of input that I type in, only catching from every 1 in 4 I type to 1
> in 400 characters I type, and it does not seem to matter based on the speed
> I hit keys or holding a key or anything of the sort, just purely on
> keypress down, and it remains like that until I kill the child process that
> I started through erlexec.
> Using the normal Erlang Ports works fine and has no such issues (other
> than the child not coming down with the VM either and no direct kill
> command when the child hangs, which it occasionally does, but os:cmd("kill
> ...") works around that well enough.
> Is ErlExec stable enough for high use?  Or am I doing something wrong?
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