[rabbitmq-discuss] Stupid Newbie Question - what is the uri or a queue?

Brian Dunbar brian.dunbar at gmail.com
Wed Oct 16 17:06:29 BST 2013


Ah - that's helpful. Thanks.

Hopefully one more newb question.  New host, new install.  I touched
nothing in the configuration.

To test, I used rabbitmqadmin from my desktop, following the steps here:
http://www.rabbitmq.com/management-cli.html

Error on publish follows:

 $ ./rabbitmqadmin -H lab.rabbit-1.domain.net -u guest -p guest  publish
exchange=amq.default routing_key=test payload="hello, world"
Message published but NOT routed

What have I done wrong?

I note we do our host names 'funny' here, and it's not showing up in the
node name correctly.  That is the name of the host is
lab.rabbit-1.domain.net and rabbitmq returns node=rabbit at lab

~Brian





On Wed, Oct 16, 2013 at 5:25 AM, Simon MacMullen <simon at rabbitmq.com> wrote:

> On 16/10/13 09:42, Michael Klishin wrote:
>
>> On 15 Oct 2013, at 23:42, Brian Dunbar <brian.dunbar at gmail.com> wrote:
>>
>>  magine that I have a host lab.domain.net.  I created a queue
>>> 'test_queue' under the default vhost '/'.
>>>
>>> is it lab.domain.net:15672/test_**queue<http://lab.domain.net:15672/test_queue>?
>>>
>>
>> scheme://username:[email protected]**hostname:port/vhost
>>
>> scheme is one of amqp,amqps.
>>
>> 15672 is HTTP API port. You need 5672 or 5671 (if TLS is used). URIs are
>> provided
>> for vhosts, not queues.
>>
>> So it is amqp://username:[email protected]**domain.net:5672<http://username:[email protected]:5672>(for default vhost) or amqp://
>> username:password at lab.**domain.net:5672/myvhost<http://username:[email protected]:5672/myvhost>
>> (for vhost myvhost). Slashes in vhost names need to be escaped (%2F).
>>
>
> To expand on this:
>
> If you are connecting via amqp / amqps then the URI just specifies how to
> connect to a server; it is not possible to specify a queue name in a URI
> any more than you would specify a table name in a JDBC URI. You connect to
> the server then start issuing amqp commands which reference queues and
> other objects.
>
> If you are connecting to the management interface via http / https, then
> the URIs are documented here: http://hg.rabbitmq.com/**
> rabbitmq-management/raw-file/**default/priv/www/api/index.**html<http://hg.rabbitmq.com/rabbitmq-management/raw-file/default/priv/www/api/index.html>
>
> Cheers, Simon
>
> --
> Simon MacMullen
> RabbitMQ, Pivotal
>



-- 
Brian Dunbar

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