[erlang-questions] Monitoring

Lee Sylvester lee.sylvester@REDACTED
Sun Sep 15 16:38:42 CEST 2013

Thanks guys.  I've just discovered erld.  I'm going to give it a whirl, but will fall back to heart if it doesn't fulfil my needs ;-)


On 15 Sep 2013, at 15:37, Dmitry Kolesnikov <dmkolesnikov@REDACTED> wrote:

> Hello,
> I am using "heart" (erlang native) to monitor node and repair it damage. It works very well in our production, I am very positive about it. Of course it do not help on host crash. The host health is monitored using state-of-ther art technology (e.g. ZenOss) 
> - Dmitry
> On Sep 15, 2013, at 4:44 PM, Lee Sylvester <lee.sylvester@REDACTED> wrote:
>> Hey guys,
>> So, I want to monitor my Erlang apps.  Currently, I'm using Monit to monitor my other (non-Erlang) apps.  Can I hook Monit up to monitor my Erlang apps, too?  If so, what is the best to get the PID of the running Erlang app, so I can monitor it?  I've tried to do this with a service script, but querying $! reveals nothing and there are just too many apps supporting my Erlang app to keep track of.  If Monit is NOT the best option, then what is?
>> Thanks for all the help
>> Cheers,
>> Lee
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