[Haskell-cafe] Re: Long running Haskell program
leimy2k at gmail.com
Wed Nov 11 14:13:41 EST 2009
On Wed, Nov 11, 2009 at 8:20 AM, Andy Stewart <lazycat.manatee at gmail.com>wrote:
> David Leimbach <leimy2k at gmail.com> writes:
> > As some of you may know, I've been writing commercial Haskell code for a
> little bit here (about a
> > year and a half) and I've just recently had to write some
> > code that was going to run have to run for a really long time before
> being restarted, possibly
> > months or years if all other parts of the system cooperate as
> > it's part of a server infrastructure management system.
> > I recently ran into some serious space leak difficulties that would
> ultimately cause this program to
> > crash some time after startup (my simulator is also
> > written in Haskell, and runs a LOT faster than the real application ever
> could, this has enabled me
> > to fast forward a bit the data growth issues and crash
> > in minutes instead of days!)
> > Anyway, rather than try to paste it all here with images and such I
> thought I'd stick it up on my
> > blog so others could maybe benefit from the anecdote.
> > It's difficult to disclose enough useful information as it is commercial
> code not under an open
> > source license, but there's neat diagrams and stuff there
> > so hopefully the colors are at least amusing :-)
> Can you copy you blog at here?
> is filter by GFW (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Golden_Shield_Project) i
> can't see it.
> About crash free program, you can consider multi-process design, keep
> Simple and Stable core running in RootProcess, and Core module won't
> crash, and make unstable module running in ChildProcess, if you occur
> some un-catch exception from ChildProcess, just reboot those sub-module.
Believe it or not, this is a stack of Erlang <-> Haskell <-> C.
It works via pipes and is a concurrent system of management.
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