Erlang C-node (sockets, accepts, e.t.c.)
Fri Nov 20 16:11:03 CET 2020
We are going to write a C-node for communication with our Erlang node.
And we are going to use the erl_interface library.
I need information on how many sockets are used in nodes communication?
One socket for a node? One socket for a message? E.t.c.
I'd like to know this for understanding how differentiates the "classic"
work with sockets (http server, e.t.c.) and model of work when writing
"Classic" for me (server side, brief) is:
------+ --'new thread'
Is it relevant for C-node? One accept per one client/connection?
Or one accept per one erlang message?
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