[rabbitmq-discuss] rabbitmq-auth-backend-http

Max Bridgewater max.bridgewater at gmail.com
Sat Mar 26 13:04:09 GMT 2011

Yes, I'm using 2.3.1. The surprising thing is that I can't see any
error message anywhere besides the authentication failure on the
client side.

On Sat, Mar 26, 2011 at 9:00 AM, Simon MacMullen <simon at rabbitmq.com> wrote:
> On 26/03/2011 12:38AM, Max Bridgewater wrote:
>> Thanks you for this plugin. It opens some few more doors.
> Thanks!
>> Is there by
>> any chance a quick hack that would allow transforming it into
>> something that would make authentication via RabbitMQ-RPC instead of
>> HTTP?
> I would view that as a sufficiently different thing to be a different
> plugin, but it's one that I will probably get around to writing at some
> point fairly soon.
> On 26/03/2011 5:53AM, Max Bridgewater wrote:
>> I built the plugin and tried it with the following configuration:
> Hmm, the link to the binary plugin on github should really be more
> prominent.
>> [
>> {rabbit, [{auth_backends, [rabbit_auth_backend_http]}, {cluster_nodes,
>> [rabbit at mqt,rabbit_1 at mqt,rabbit_2 at mqt]}]},
>> {rabbit_auth_backend_http,
>>     [{user_path,     ""},
>>      {vhost_path,    ""},
>>      {resource_path, ""}]}
>> ].
>> The logs say that the plugin was started successfully. The HTTP server
>> is build to send "allow" for all requests. Right now, however, no
>> request is being sent to my web server.
>> Any idea?
> Hmm, that's odd. Do any failure-looking things turn up in the logs?
> Ah, I just thought: nowhere in the documentation do I mention that this
> requires at least 2.3.1. You're not using it with an older server are you?
> Cheers, Simon
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