[rabbitmq-discuss] [New project] amqp-utils, CLI utilities for AMQP queues

Alexis Richardson alexis.richardson at cohesiveft.com
Thu Feb 5 09:35:21 GMT 2009

Thanks for the feedback on this.

As Valentino and Al point out, keeping things compact is important,
and not all users are running or want to run a web framework with
RabbitMQ.  Though of course some will.

So one option here is to use the built-in HTTP capability rather than
a web framework.  For example, to provide an interface to rabbitmqctl
that lets people use a browser to keep an eye on the broker.

On the other hand people may prefer programmatic management.


On Thu, Feb 5, 2009 at 9:14 AM, Alister Morton
<Alister.Morton at tradition.com> wrote:
>> But more management tools is
>> useful so I'd vote for an API in RMQ that lets anybody write
>> a page or 2 of statistics in their app backend.
> I'd concur with that - reporting is essential, but a lightweight API to allow it rather than giving the broker lots of baggage seems the way to go for me.
> Al.
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