How can I tell the version of a package after doing a yum search?
yum search rabbitmq
rabbitmq-server.noarch : The RabbitMQ server
I need to know the version of this server.
I currently run rabbitmq-server using the init.d scripts from the provided .deb. While I've faced some installation problems (which I believe is mostly related to incompatibilities with the distro version), I also frequently see rabbitmq-server suddenly crashing.
I'm having some problems with RabbitMQ and dead connections. I have a RabbitMQ server and many ec2 instances that connect and comsumes messagens from this server. The problem is that sometimes when I need to terminate an ec2 instance, its conection with RabbitMQ server is not closed.
Because of this we start to see unacked messages that never get back to the ready state.
When you are running RabbitMQ server in production environment, it is essential to monitor RabbitMQ to make sure it is up and running properly, and all the messages in the RabbitMQ are getting processed properly. If you are already using Nagios for your enterprise monitoring, you can monitor RabbitMQ using plugins. nagios-plugins-rabbitmq is a Nagios […]
Having read through the docs and RabbitMQ in Action, creating a RabbitMQ cluster seems straightforward enough, but upgrading or patching an existing RabbitMQ cluster seems to require the whole cluster to be restarted.
Is there a way to combine clustering, shovel, federation, and load balancing to make a rolling upgrade possible without losing queues or messages, or have I missed something slightl