[rabbitmq-discuss] General questions about HA, Stability/Reliability and Broker Administration

Scott Brooks scott at beamdog.com
Sat Jul 24 23:43:57 BST 2010

I think the problem with CentOS 5.5/EPEL is that it includes erlang
R12B-5(last I checked)

That's perfectly fine to get up and running on, but the general wisdom
AFAIK is if you are going into production you want to be on R13-B03 or
above for the GC improvements.

Scott Brooks

On Sat, Jul 24, 2010 at 9:55 AM, David Wragg <david at rabbitmq.com> wrote:
> Hi Dave,
> Just addressing one point from your email:
> Dave Greggory <davegreggory at yahoo.com> writes:
>> 1. Erlang VM/RabbitMQ management: It was a breeze for me to get RabbitMQ running
>> on Ubuntu (<10m) but our  operations folks had a lot of trouble getting
>> Erlang/RabbitMQ installed  on CentOs (>5hrs).
> Do you know what issues they ran into that took up so much time?
> It shouldn't be significantly harder to install RabbitMQ on CentOS than
> on Ubuntu.  You have to enable EPEL on CentOS, but after that the
> processes are equivalent.  Search for CentOS on
> <http://www.rabbitmq.com/server.html>.
> David
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> David Wragg
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> SpringSource, a division of VMware
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