[rabbitmq-discuss] Urgent issue with rabbitmq

Aishwarya Singhal asinghal79 at gmail.com
Wed May 30 10:14:27 BST 2012

Hi Matthias

right, and like I said, its a fresh set up with almost no load :-) I
restarted the server just to see and the memory still hovers around the
300M mark, even when there are no connections, no queues, no channels and
default exchanges and users with zero message rate. I have disconnected it
from my application now so there's no chance of any messages coming in
right now.

I am absolutely clueless and hence seeking your guidance.


On Wed, May 30, 2012 at 2:38 PM, Matthias Radestock
<matthias at rabbitmq.com>wrote:

> Aishwarya,
> On 30/05/12 09:53, Aishwarya Singhal wrote:
>> I can see that memory shows up in red on the console but I don't know
>> how to fix it. The load on the server is very low so it is probably
>> something wrong with the set up. Where do I look and how do I fix
>> it?
> As I said in my earlier response...
>     Rabbit shouldn't be using anywhere near the 300M indicated above
>>    unless you have thousands of resources (exchanges, queues,
>>    bindings), thousands of connections, or millions of messages.
>>    I suggest you inspect the state of your rabbit with the various
>>    "rabbitmqctl list_*" commands or using the management UI.
> ...i.e. look for excessive numbers of exchanges, queues, bindings,
> connections, and messages.
> Matthias.
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