Check out the git tag OTP-126.96.36.199, and build a full OTP system
including documentation. Apply one or more applications from this
build as patches to your installation using the 'otp_patch_apply'
tool. For information on install requirements, see descriptions for
each application version below.
The erts-188.8.131.52 application can be applied independently of other
applications on a full OTP 20 installation.
--- Fixed Bugs and Malfunctions ---
OTP-16436 Application(s): erts
Related Id(s): ERL-1152
A process could end up in a state where it got
endlessly rescheduled without making any progress. This
occurred when a system task, such as check of process
code (part of a code purge), was scheduled on a high
priority process trying to execute on a dirty
OTP-16438 Application(s): erts
Fixed bug in erlang:list_to_ref/1 when called with a
reference created by a remote note. Function
list_to_ref/1 is intended for debugging and not to be
used in application programs. Bug exist since OTP 20.0.
OTP-16446 Application(s): erts
Related Id(s): ERL-1157
A process could get into an inconsistent state where it
was runnable, but never scheduled for execution. This
could occur when a mix of normal and low priority
processes where scheduled on the same type of dirty
OTP-16465 Application(s): erts
Related Id(s): ERL-1165, OTP-14589, OTP-6160
Fixed erroneous mapping of exit reason from kill to
killed on reception of some exit signals due to a
broken link. This bug has existed since ERTS version
5.5.2 (OTP R11).
This bug was also unknowingly fixed in ERTS version
10.0 (OTP 21.0) due to a new ERTS internal
implementation of signaling between processes.
OTP-16481 Application(s): erts
Corrected the valid range of the erl command line
argument +SDio <NumberOfDirtyIoSchedulers> from 0..1024
to 1..1024. +SDio 0 was erroneously allowed which just
caused the VM to crash on the first dirty I/O job
Full runtime dependencies of erts-184.108.40.206: kernel-5.0, sasl-3.0.1,