Back in old days of windows, I would do the infamous crtl+alt+delete, see the processes and terminate one if necessary. Now I have the same situation but in Erlang . If I run
observer:start(). it seems it gives me the monitoring data of the current node that I’m running it. How I can achieve the same thing but system wide on the running nodes that Im aware/not aware of. Im asking this, because I hit the following problem:
I try to run a release on my machine and get `Protocol ‘inet_tcp’: the name app@mymachine seems to be in use by another Erlang node’ error. I want to see what are the nodes that are running, and see if I can terminate them, because as far I’m concern some node seems to be running in the background and Im not aware of it. Thanks.