[erlang-questions] Problems stop/attach a release

Pierre Fenoll <>
Mon Mar 21 12:36:38 CET 2016


We had something similar and it was related to the cookie.
Are you sure there are no erlang:set_cookie/2 calls in your code?



Cheers,
-- 
Pierre Fenoll


On 21 March 2016 at 11:08, Khitai Pang <> wrote:

> I found these in my _rel/myapp/log/erlang.log.1:
>
> =ERROR REPORT==== 21-Mar-2016::17:46:55 ===^M
> ** Connection attempt from disallowed node '
> ' ** ^M
> ^M
> =ERROR REPORT==== 21-Mar-2016::17:46:55 ===^M
> ** Connection attempt from disallowed node '
> ' ** ^M
> ^M
> =ERROR REPORT==== 21-Mar-2016::17:50:03 ===^M
> ** Connection attempt from disallowed node '
> ' ** ^M
> ^M
> =ERROR REPORT==== 21-Mar-2016::17:50:03 ===^M
> ** Connection attempt from disallowed node '
> ' ** ^M
>
>
> Is it the reason why I can't stop or attach a console?  If yes, how to fix
> it?
>
> I was guessing that maybe the issue is caused by erlang cookies in
> ~/.erlang.cookie and my release vm.config -setcookie being different, I
> made them the same the the issue still exists.
>
>
> Thanks
> Khitai
>
>
> On 2016/3/21 17:51, Khitai Pang wrote:
>
>> Hi,
>>
>> I build my release by erlang.mk and relx.
>>
>> I can start the release by running:
>>
>> $ _rel/myapp/bin/myapp start
>>
>> It starts well and listens properly, I tried to use my client app to
>> connect to it, all functions well, and I can start other nodes, and
>> distribution works just fine.
>>
>>
>> Problem 1:
>>
>> I can't stop it by running
>>
>> $ _rel/myapp/bin/myapp stop
>>
>> after running the command, it's still running (the processes are still
>> there).
>>
>> Problem 2:
>>
>> I can't start an attaching shell, when I run
>>
>> $ _rel/myapp/bin/myapp attach
>>
>> I get "Node is not running!"
>>
>>
>> Any idea?
>>
>>
>> Thanks
>> Khitai
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