Start-phase control of distributed systems written in Erlang/OTP This paper presents a realization for the reliable and fast startup of distributed systems written in Erlang. The traditional startup provided by the Erlang/OTP library is sequential, parallelization usually requires unsafe and ad-hoc solutions. The proposed method calls only for slight modifications in the Erlang/OTP stdlib by applying a system dependency graph. It makes the startup safe, quick, and it is equally easy to use in newly developed and legacy systems.
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