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

Frank Muller frank.muller.erl@REDACTED
Mon Dec 19 15:41:22 CET 2016

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

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


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

> 2016-12-19 10:37 GMT+01:00 Frank Muller <frank.muller.erl@REDACTED>:
> 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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