[rabbitmq-discuss] Clustering Linux and Windows machines

Simon MacMullen simon at rabbitmq.com
Fri Apr 12 10:51:21 BST 2013

Hi. Check http://www.rabbitmq.com/clustering.html#firewall - I suspect 
one or both of the machines is firewalling inter-node communication.

Also, any particular reason why you're installing 2.8.4? It's fairly old.

Cheers, Simon

On 12/04/13 10:18, Mahesh Viraktamath wrote:
> Hi,
> I am trying to cluster rabbitmq nodes on a linux and windows machines. I
> ran consumers connecting to each of these nodes and they connected fine.
> The cookies are similar on both the machines.
> On windows, I installed the RabbitMQ and erlang using the installers -
> 2.8.4 and R15B01 respectively, My linux machine runs rhel 5, so the same
> versions were not available in the repository, so I installed erlang by
> building from the source and verified the version. I installed RabbitMQ
> using the precompiled generic unix bundle (2.8.4).
> To verify the installed versions, I enabled the management plugins and
> checked there. Now, when I do a
> "rabbitmqctl -n rabbit at 564654-host99 status", it says node down.
> Am I missing any step here given that the servers run different platforms?
> Thanks,
> Mahesh
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Simon MacMullen
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