[rabbitmq-discuss] starting rabbitmq server as a regular user
roman.yakovenko at gmail.com
Mon Feb 15 13:40:29 GMT 2010
On Mon, Feb 15, 2010 at 1:37 PM, Matthew Sackman <matthew at lshift.net> wrote:
> On Sun, Feb 14, 2010 at 10:08:58PM +0200, Roman Yakovenko wrote:
>> I am developing client for RabbitMQ. Actually I am wrapping an
>> existing one. For testing purpose, I would like to start/stop server
>> as a regular user.
>> Is it possible to achieve this?
> Yes. We internally develop Rabbit as normal users. Rabbit needs no
> special permissions at all to run. All it needs is to be able to write
> to its logs and mnesia and various other files. Due to tradition, under
> most sensible platforms, this is installed as the "rabbitmq" user, which
> is a perfectly normal (albeit daemon) user. However, if you're building
> from source, then a make run from the rabbitmq-server directory will
> suffice to start Rabbit up as yourself. You may or may not consider that
> a security risk - up to you!
Thanks. I've managed to build and run Rabbit from the source,
The only place, I was forced to modify Rabbit source, was
"rabbitmq-multi" file to change PIDS_FILE location:
sed -i "s%PIDS_FILE=/var/lib/rabbitmq/pids%PIDS_FILE=$SOME_DIR/var/lib/rabbitmq/pids%"
Other than that everything looks very nice.
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