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answered 2012-06-28 09:22:35 -0600

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ROS is definitely not designed to work that way. Specifically, the current implementation requires long timeouts before discovering that a node has left the graph.

I doubt your approach is really a good idea. What problems are you trying to solve that way?

ROS is definitely not designed to work that way. Specifically, the current implementation requires long timeouts before discovering that a node has left the graph.

The usual ROS approach is for all nodes to run continuously. They may become active or inactive due to messages they receive.

I doubt your approach is really a good idea. What problems are you trying to solve that way?