[erlang-questions] running multiple instance of app release
Thu Apr 24 23:09:44 CEST 2014
I recently decided to change the way I build erlang applications for delivery to my internal customers. Prior to this change my deliverable was basically the ebin, maybe the include, directory for my application that would be located in /usr/lib/me/lib/myapps/.... To run the application I would export ERL_LIBS as /usr/lib/me/ the start the node with -sname -config, etc. and off it went. In this way I can run the application many times with different -sname args.
Now I am building releases with rebar. However, one thing I don't understand is how I can run more than one instance of the application on the same host. It appears that the generated script for starting/stopping the application does not support command line options/arguments. Without being able to set the node name how can run the same app more than once.
Releases are very attractive for my group, but what we need is to able to do something like:
/opt/me/myapp/bin/myapp start -sname node01 -config node01
/opt/me/myapp/bin/myapp start -sname node02 -config node02
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