Mnesia: changing hostname

Hakan Mattsson hakan@REDACTED
Wed Sep 14 11:06:36 CEST 2005

On Wed, 14 Sep 2005, Dan Gudmundsson wrote:

DG> Fredrik Thulin writes:
DG>  > Hi
DG>  > 
DG>  > I am at an interop event (SIPit), where I got a new hostname. I had a 
DG>  > database in a Mnesia directory. Mnesia seems to be starting just fine, 
DG>  > but the tables are not accessible. My old hostname is listed as a 
DG>  > stopped db-node in mnesia:info().
DG>  > 
DG>  > This isn't very strange to me, but how can I detect this state of 
DG>  > affairs? Currently my application just fails to start, because the 
DG>  > Mnesia tables are not present.
DG>  > 
DG> If you have a backup, you can use function provided in the mnesia
DG> examples directory, otherwise you'll have to hack the schema.dat file.

If you are allowed to admin your host, you could add a
temporary host alias and start the node with an
explicit hostname like this: erl -s mynode@REDACTED


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