[erlang-questions] escript: faster startup and connect to TargetNode

Frank Muller <>
Mon Dec 19 15:41:22 CET 2016


As I've explained before, the escript is running in the same machine as the
TargetNode.

This is why I've posted the question. They're both running locally.

/Frank

Le lun. 19 déc. 2016 à 15:04, Richard Carlsson <>
a écrit :

> 2016-12-19 10:37 GMT+01:00 Frank Muller <>:
>
> These confirm your assumptions. So the "connect" is where most of the time
> is spent.
>
> Q: is there another way to make the "connect" quicker (undocumented
> calls)? Or, any another way to connect to a node?
>
>
> I'll leave that answer to someone trained in the dark arts of networks.
> But again, it might be useful to do some basic measurements to see if it's
> reasonable to think that the connection time is slow. What are the ping
> times between the machines? When already connected, how long does an
> Erlang-level net_adm:ping() roundtrip take? How fast can some other
> comparable tools do a request-reply roundtrip? Et cetera.
>
>     /Richard
>
>
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