[rabbitmq-discuss] Query a queue status from the client
CLefevre at Transparent.com
Tue Feb 28 16:51:29 GMT 2012
I apologize, in my haste to send this out, I didn't get to fully investigate.
If someone else were to come upon this issue, what you need to do is declare a different Callback method, which accepts a variable.
This variable will contain member items for the Queue, Awaiting Messages, Consumers, Channel Number, and Frame Type.
To access these you would need to use:
Sorry to clog up the mailing list, and I hope I'm appending to the message correctly, but hopefully this will clear up any questions people may have had like this.
From: Christopher Lefevre
Sent: Tuesday, February 28, 2012 10:54 AM
To: 'rabbitmq-discuss at lists.rabbitmq.com'
Subject: Query a queue status from the client
In my searches for obtaining the queue's status from a client, I stumbled upon this Stack Overflow question:
The user is asking about .NET, however I need it to work for Python.
I'm using PIka (0-9-1, if I recall correctly), with RabbitMQ 2.7.1
The user on Stack Overflow seems to be posting the exact solution I need as:
name, jobs, consumers = chan.queue_declare(queue=queuename, passive=True)
However, when I use this line, I only receive back an error that a None type object is not iterable. Which is due to the function only returning None.
Does anyone have any experience with this use case? Am I missing something in the queue declare?
Thank you for your time,
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