Wed Apr 28 06:18:39 CEST 2004
On Apr 27, 2004, at 2:26, Matthias Lang wrote:
> You can't use 'register' to register PIDs which are on another node.
> (This is kinda an RTFM, though the FM is not very clear about telling
> you that erlang:register is for local processes only. Also, while the
> manual says that register will give you a 'badarg' if Pid is remote,
> R8B doesn't actually do that. That is a bug.)
> Take a look at the 'global' module.
Thanks, this does solve my mystery with register, but I was thinking
it wasn't working at all through the cluster. I must have been doing
something else stupid. :)
Is it normal, though, for erlang to feel like OO?
SPY My girlfriend asked me which one I like better.
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