[erlang-questions] badrpc, nodedown - newbie question
Sat Jan 5 14:29:15 CET 2008
I'm sorry to ask a newbie question but I have run out of ideas, and just
don't know what I'm missing.
I'm trying to replicate Joe Armstrong's name server example on page 172 of
"Programming Erlang", which is my favorite book at the moment :).
I've got two PCs: one is running Fedora 8, the other SuSE 9.3. I've used
/etc/hosts to configure their names and I've verified that the names (
kodiak.abcd.home and arcturus.abcd.home) work in both directions by pinging
and by accessing their httpds via a browser.
I start erl on the fedora box (kodiak) with
erl -name gandalf -setcookie abc
then I start kvs and store some values just like in the book. Local lookups
work fine as described on pages 170-172 of the book.
Then I switch to the SuSE box (arcturus) and launch erl like this
erl -name joe -setcookie abc
Breathless with anticipation (well, nearly) I then run
rpc:call(gandalf@REDACTED, kvs, lookup, weather).
and I get
I have tried everything I can think of to get the names working including IP
addresses and various name combinations.
For example I tried starting erl with fully qualified names on both sides,
erl -name gandalf@REDACTED -setcookie abc
Basically I've decided that I just don't understand how erl is doing its
name resolution and before I start wading through the code trying to figure
it out, I wanted to see if anybody could straighten me out. Thanks in
advance for any suggestions.
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