[rabbitmq-discuss] Windows service recovery
Barnea at 3i-mind.com
Mon May 28 09:02:33 BST 2012
I want it to start successfully and monitor the existing rabbitMQ process, exiting/failing means no watchdog for the "next real" rabbitMQ failure.
From: Tim Watson [mailto:tim at rabbitmq.com]
Sent: Monday, May 28, 2012 10:14
To: Lior Barnea
Cc: Emile Joubert; rabbitmq-discuss at lists.rabbitmq.com
Subject: Re: [rabbitmq-discuss] Windows service recovery
On 28/05/12 08:09, Lior Barnea wrote:
> Hi Emile,
> This is part of the recovery testing we are conducting, this is not a real issue that we encountered but one produced on purpose...
> Still, I would have expected that erlsrv could detected that erl.exe is already up when windows restarts it and re-attach to it instead of failing...
Well, the rabbit windows service script does check to see whether a node with the same name is already up and running. If this is the case, it exits/fails. I'm not really sure what 're-attach' would look like in practice - what would we expect erlsrv to do in this case exactly?
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