[rabbitmq-discuss] Mnesia connection error in a clustered node on a multi NIC PC

davidib davidib2001 at yahoo.com
Fri Feb 10 14:54:59 GMT 2012

Hi Emile,

Yes, I'll let you know if tweaking the firewall works okay.

1.) I'm a bit concerned regarding the solution, again I can't find any
documenation regarding port 1052.  I very very much appreciate your
help, a bit concerned regarding the amount of time it's taking to
'research/discover' the nuances/gotchas.  I realize that this comes
with the territory, however we do have a project that has has to be
completed by Aug 2012 that is currently based on RabbitMQ.  My
allocated time to get RabbitMQ up and running in a reasonably robust
way is 4-6 weeks.  As a rabbitmq newbie, do you think this timeframe
is doable?

2.)Just to make sure, regarding the firewall issue, all the hosts I
plan to run rabbitmq on are all on the same physical switch, all share
the same 10.8.xxx subnet, etc.  The firewall (windows firewall) is up
as a matter of standard configuration/practice.  I don't know anyone
who isn't running a firewall on a production server.  If clustering
really doesn't work well over the firewall, doesn't that imply it's
usage is limited to a very tiny population of production

3.)I'm following up on using a shovel approach vs a cluster, so
possibly the cluster issues I've been having are moot for me.  But in
the spirit of community I'll followup with your request and let you

Again Emile I really appreciate your help/feedback.  Thanks again


On Feb 10, 8:33 am, Emile Joubert <em... at rabbitmq.com> wrote:
> Hi,
> On 07/02/12 15:02, davidib wrote:
> > Mnesia('rabbit at LAKE-HP165'): ** ERROR ** Mnesia on 'rabbit at LAKE-HP165'
> > could not connect to node(s) ['rabbit at LAKE-DS140']
> In the other message thread with a similar subject ("rabbitmqctl -n
> ..... status fails one way but not the other") you expressed your
> intention to set up firewalls correctly to allow clustering. When you do
> that can you confirm that this problem is also solved? It seems likely
> that they both share the same root cause.
> -Emile
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