[erlang-questions] Name Issues

Lee Sylvester lee.sylvester@REDACTED
Wed May 8 15:38:43 CEST 2013

Thanks, guys.  It was the vm.args file that solved it.  These things aren't overly obvious ;-)

Btw, Magnus, it seems you can add arguments when running rebar, so long as they're not duplicated in the vm.args file.  I have been passing a -port flag to my app for weeks, now, and it gets through fine.

Thanks again.


On 8 May 2013, at 13:32, Magnus Henoch <magnus@REDACTED> wrote:

> Lee Sylvester <lee.sylvester@REDACTED> writes:
>> So, I'm having trouble setting the long name for a release.  It used
>> to work fine, but now I'm getting noname@REDACTED as my app name.  I'm
>> starting it using:
>> rel/myapp/bin/myapp console -mnesia dir '"/Users/leesylvester/tmp/Mnesia.myapp.node1"' -name myapp
>> I know I can use net_kernel:start to set the name, but if I do this, I
>> still can't connect to other nodes on the same host that started
>> correctly.  How am I supposed to pass the name to the release when
>> starting it?
> The start scripts generated by rebar doesn't do anything with emulator
> arguments passed on the command line.  You need to put "-name myapp"
> in the vm.args file instead.
> Regards,
> Magnus

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