> On Tue, Jan 04, 2005 at 01:54:38PM +0600, Casper wrote:
> } Gen_fsm:
> } If I have one/two process for each call, then if I
> maintain let's say
> } 100,000 simultaneous calls, I will have to create 200,000
> gen_fsm, ie.
> } Processes. Is that a Good method? Will that create
> unnecessary system
> } overhead?
> It's fine. If there's 200K call terminations there are just that many
> concurrent activities and each should have it's own process. When you
> get hundreds of thousands running you might want to start tuning how
> memory is allocated but it's certainly not too many processes
> to handle.
One thing you might want to look at is erlang:hybernate/3. If memory still is a problem you might want to store the call state on disk and kill the process while it is inactive and spawn a new that loads the state when it should become active. (If I don't remember incorrectly has Ulf written such a module for public use).