OTP R5B & OTP R7B

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OTP R5B & OTP R7B

Mark Corkery
Hi,

        I've got two remote systems, one based on R5B and another based on R7B.
I want to tell which is which from a central R6B machine. How can I do
this (taking into account the fact that the R5B machine code cannot be
updated).

/Mark

P.S. is there a better way than erl -version???
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OTP R5B & OTP R7B

Francesco Mazzoli-2
You can use erlang:info(version).

Francesco
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Mark Corkery wrote:

> Hi,
>
>         I've got two remote systems, one based on R5B and another based on R7B.
> I want to tell which is which from a central R6B machine. How can I do
> this (taking into account the fact that the R5B machine code cannot be
> updated).
>
> /Mark
>
> P.S. is there a better way than erl -version???




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