[rabbitmq-discuss] connecting to Rabbit's node
Marek.Cermak at Honeywell.com
Tue Nov 8 10:22:36 GMT 2011
this helped. Thanks.
looking on the structure of running processes, there is quite a lot of
delegate supervisors in hibernate state and same for
rabbit_tcp_client_sup. Why is that?
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On Mon, Nov 07, 2011 at 10:12:17AM +0100, Cermak, Marek wrote:
> I want to connect to Rabbit's Erlang node to make analysis (appmon and
> so). I have debian squeeze in vbox, rabbit 2.6.1, same cookie file as
> ~rabbitmq/ and as a root I try to run
> $ erl -sname rabbit -remsh rabbit at debian
I suspect your hostname is debian. Thus -sname rabbit is the same as
-sname rabbit at debian, and thus you get a node name clash.
You want something like
erl -sname foo -remsh rabbit at debian
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