[rabbitmq-discuss] need help getting error in rabbitmq in c++ (Logging in: connection closed unexpectedly), is there any clean ccode to access rabbitmq functionality in c++

Simon MacMullen simon at rabbitmq.com
Tue Sep 25 10:27:49 BST 2012

On 25/09/2012 10:13AM, gaurhari dass wrote:
> When we start the rabbitmq server using rabbitmq-server command, it is
> running an instance on 44154 port. the information details are pasted
> below for your reference, but as per the log the consumer is trying to
> establish a connection  on 5672 port. rabbitmq log details are pasted
> for your ref.
> Please help us to resolve this issue by setting the port details for the
> rabbitmq server.

That port (44154) is the port used for Erlang distribution, not for 
AMQP. We could probably make this clearer.

But that text is part of an error message that gets displayed when you 
attempt to start two RabbitMQ servers with the same node name. Is that 
what you are doing?

> =INFO REPORT==== 25-Sep-2012::12:23:43 ===
> started TCP Listener on [::]:5672

The log shows port 5672 being opened as we would expect. So what actual 
error are you seeing when clients try to connect?

Cheers, Simon

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