[rabbitmq-discuss] --version support
emile at rabbitmq.com
Wed May 2 10:57:29 BST 2012
On 01/05/12 19:32, Bias, James wrote:
> if you guys are going to make a linux daemon, please at least obey
> some of the standard conventions. The big one I would like you guys
> to fix is --version. You daemon should respond with its current
> version, some programs just spit out a number(which is all that is
> really needed), others include a link to the home page and a short
> text about the program. Just having it spit out the version number
> would be enough to make me and the other sysadmins happy.
RabbitMQ does not only run on Linux and could be better described as a
multiplatform Erlang service than a linux daemon.
RabbitMQ cannot report its own version without starting up. Once the
broker has started up up you can determine the version number using
"rabbitmqctl status", which will report the versions of all running
Erlang applications under "running_applications".
You will also find the version reported in the startup banner (typically
/var/log/rabbitmq/startup_log) after starting up.
If you want to query the version without starting up the broker, and you
installed RabbitMQ from a package, then you could query your package
manager for the version.
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