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Linux 2.6 - man page for net_adm (linux section 3erl)

net_adm(3erl)			     Erlang Module Definition			    net_adm(3erl)

       net_adm - Various Erlang Net Administration Routines

       This module contains various network utility functions.

       dns_hostname(Host) -> {ok, Name} | {error, Host}

	      Types  Host = atom() | string()
		     Name = string()

	      Returns  the official name of Host , or {error, Host} if no such name is found. See
	      also inet(3erl) .

       host_file() -> Hosts | {error, Reason}

	      Types  Hosts = [Host]
		     Host = atom()
		     Reason = term()

	      Reads the .hosts.erlang file, see the section Files below.  Returns  the	hosts  in
	      this  file as a list, or returns {error, Reason} if the file could not be read. See
	      file(3erl) for possible values of Reason .

       localhost() -> Name

	      Types  Name = string()

	      Returns the name of the local host. If Erlang was started with  the  -name  command
	      line flag, Name is the fully qualified name.

       names() -> {ok, [{Name, Port}]} | {error, Reason}
       names(Host) -> {ok, [{Name, Port}]} | {error, Reason}

	      Types  Name = string()
		     Port = int()
		     Reason = address | term()

	      Similar to epmd -names , see epmd(1) . Host defaults to the local host. Returns the
	      names and associated port numbers of the Erlang nodes that epmd  at  the	specified
	      host has registered.

	      Returns  {error, address} if epmd is not running. See inet(3erl) for other possible
	      values of Reason .

	      (arne@dunn)1> net_adm:names().

       ping(Node) -> pong | pang

	      Types  Node = node()

	      Tries to set up a connection to Node . Returns pang if it fails, or pong if  it  is

       world() -> [node()]
       world(Arg) -> [node()]

	      Types  Arg = silent | verbose

	      This  function  calls  names(Host)  for all hosts which are specified in the Erlang
	      host file .hosts.erlang , collects the replies and then evaluates ping(Node) on all
	      those nodes. Returns the list of all nodes that were, successfully pinged.

	      Arg  defaults to silent . If Arg == verbose , the function writes information about
	      which nodes it is pinging to stdout.

	      This function can be useful when a node is started, and  the  names  of  the  other
	      nodes in the network are not initially known.

	      Failure: {error, Reason} if host_file() returns {error, Reason} .

       world_list(Hosts) -> [node()]
       world_list(Hosts, Arg) -> [node()]

	      Types  Hosts = [Host]
		     Host = atom()
		     Arg = silent | verbose

	      As  world/0,1  ,	but  the  hosts  are given as argument instead of being read from
	      .hosts.erlang .

       The .hosts.erlang file consists of a number of host names written as Erlang terms.  It  is
       looked  for  in	the current work directory, the user's home directory, and $OTP_ROOT (the
       root directory of Erlang/OTP), in that order.

       The format of the .hosts.erlang file must be one host name per line. The host  names  must
       be within quotes as shown in the following example:

       ^ (new line)

Ericsson AB				  kernel 2.14.3 			    net_adm(3erl)

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