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.
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 […]
Using RabbitMQ you can use message queue mechanism to transfer messages from one application to another. RabbitMQ has drivers for several programming languages. You can pretty much write code in any of your favourite language to manipulate the messages in the RabbitMQ message queue.
I've been trying to make a decision about my student project before going further. The main idea is get disk usage data, active linux user data, and so on from multiple internal server and publish them with Django.
Before I came to RabbitMQ I was thinking about developing a client application for each linux server and geting this data through a socket.
I'm learning RabbitMQ and have run the hello world example at http://www.rabbitmq.com/tutorials/tutorial-one-python.html without problems on localhost. Now I want to test messaging from my PC to a different server, receive.py never seems to get any messages.