[erlang-questions] app for watching/monitoring other erlang nodes

Vlad Dumitrescu vladdu55@REDACTED
Tue Nov 20 13:46:06 CET 2012

Yes, you're right, snmp matches the description, but it feels a bit too
heavy for me. I will read about it, maybe it's not true. I would like to
have the monitored nodes without any specific application running, just
answering to some RPCs once in a while.


On Tue, Nov 20, 2012 at 1:40 PM, Loïc Hoguin <essen@REDACTED> wrote:

> On 11/20/2012 01:23 PM, Vlad Dumitrescu wrote:
>> Hi!
>> Is any application available that will monitor the status of multiple
>> erlang nodes and publish logs/reports? Kind of like a supervisor on the
>> node level.
>> It's not very difficult to write one, but if it already exists, it saves
>> a lot of time.
>> If it doesn't exist, did anyone else felt the need for one? In my case,
>> the reason is that I have nodes that crash mysteriously and randomly and
>> I couldn't retrieve any relevant information from them or the crashes.
>> This would help track their health without adding much to their load.
> Isn't that what the snmp application is for? Alongside a tool that
> supports SNMP like Nagios.
> --
> Loďc Hoguin
> Erlang Cowboy
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