[rabbitmq-discuss] Ubuntu 11.10 does not shutdown

Simon MacMullen simon at rabbitmq.com
Wed Nov 16 12:41:35 GMT 2011

On 16/11/11 12:34, Sampo Savolainen wrote:
>     ...and of course I cannot replicate this.
> Oh crap. Did you set up an Ubuntu server or desktop image?

Desktop, but running in a VM.

> My setup is a laptop with a desktop image installed. The issue comes up
> (at least) when using wifi networking.
>     So one theme from the bug report is that NetworkManager is making
>     changes to /etc/hosts that are confusing Rabbit. So to help figure
>     out if this is the problem, can you tell me:
>     * What does "ping ${hostname}" look like when networking is up?
>     * What does "ping ${hostname}" look like when networking is down?
> By networking is up / down, do you mean when NetworkManager is running
> or not?

Yes, or if you tell NetworkManager to stop networking with the 
gnome-panel applet.

> Did you mean "any host" by ${hostname}? Or did you mean the
> hostname of my box?

Yes, but I think the hostname might be changing, so I mean the command:

ping $(hostname)

typed exactly like that. But yes, I mean round brackets () rather than 
curly ones {}, that was a typo to add to the confusion...

Cheers, Simon

Simon MacMullen
RabbitMQ, VMware

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