[erlang-questions] Disable MnesiaCore dump file generation

Sergey Safarov s.safarov@REDACTED
Mon May 22 20:02:08 CEST 2017

You can change working directory to separate volume with limited size. As
example mount to. /run/myapp directory "tmp" volume with size 10 Mbyte.
Then cd to /run/myapp

пн, 22 мая 2017, 13:21 Mithun B <mithunb@REDACTED>:

> Hi all,
>      I have an application using Mnesia Database running is a memory
> constrained environment. So is there any way to disable MnesiaCore file
> creation by when something goes wrong with Mnesia which is a default
> case? Or is it possible to give limit on the size of file or constraint
> on count of files?
>      Since the MnesiaCore file gets created with different name each
> time, it will not overwrite the previous one. It casuses flooding of
> MnesiaCore files in the working directory of my application, if the
> application has crashed for multiple times.
> Regards,
> Mithun B
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