paulcarlisle at comcast.net
Thu Oct 13 14:02:04 BST 2011
I've been trying to get two machines to talk to each other using
Django/Celery/RabbitMQ for several days now, without success. I can get the
simple 'add' task to run on the local machine, but when I shut down the
celery daemon locally and only run it on the remote machine, requests for
the task do nothing. No messages in server or rabbitmq logs on either
machine. No messages in the terminal window where celeryd is running via
manage.py. The web page connected to the task just hangs.
The RabbitMQ infrastructure seems to be working just fine. I set up vhosts
on each machine, and 'rabbitmqctl status' shows both, and reports that each
machine belongs to the cluster I set up. 'list_vhosts' shows both machines.
I am at a loss here. What do I have to do to get this working? How can I
test if Celery sees both machines? Any suggestions, or pointers to
instructions on what seems like a simple setup, will be greatly appreciated.
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