[erlang-questions] EPMD and Multiple Erlang nodes of different versions/releases on a single server

Robert Raschke rtrlists@REDACTED
Thu Mar 14 09:45:12 CET 2013

Hi Art,

EPMD stays running even when you shut down all nodes. If you ever need to
ensure that EPMD restarts, you'll have to do that explicitly, either via
the EPMD command our by killing it from the task manager.

Not sure this answers your question, though.

On Mar 14, 2013 1:52 AM, "Art Beall" <arthurbeall@REDACTED> wrote:

> Hello,
>  How does the upgrade, install, startup, and shutdown of multiple Erlang
> nodes (installed separately) running on the same server work when there is
> only one version of EPMD running on the server?
>  For instance, what happens when a minor or major upgrade requires
> shutting only one of the Erlang nodes down and that nodes EPMD is running?
> Especially when the other nodes on the server are currently using
> distributed Erlang?
>  To clarify the question, we are running on Windows (please don’t hit
> page down ;->) , and we will be using the same Erlang cookie.
>  Thanks for any help, examples, or insight!
> Art Beall
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