[rabbitmq-discuss] How do i stop the erlang node but keep the rabbitmq server running.

Tim Watson tim at rabbitmq.com
Mon Jul 9 14:04:01 BST 2012

On 07/09/2012 01:45 PM, Prashanth M wrote:
> Hi Tim,
> Yes, I am trying to see what happens if you've got two nodes and one 
> goes down. Clustering doc describes about the cluster setup, it does 
> not tell how to test the cluster
> I have two nodes, when I bring down a node with rabbitmqctl stop_app, 
> my web app stops working. I am not sure what I am doing wrong. But I 
> can see that the queues are duplicated between two nodes. my web app 
> pointing to the stomp on the node that is brought down.

Maybe you should connect your web app to the node you're *not* bringing 
down? Reliable though Rabbit is, clustering does not magically relocate 
client connections when nodes go down.



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