[rabbitmq-discuss] frame_too_large error while connecting to

Anita Yip Anita.Yip at RealPage.com
Fri Apr 11 16:30:27 BST 2014

I am trying to connect to a cluster of 2 RabbitMQ servers, and using
'node-amqp' module. Recently, the servers are open to public access for a
demo purpose. Before that I never saw this issue. And even now, if I
connect to the servers using their hostnames via vpn, I do not see this
issue. But if I use the ip addresses, whether or not I am on vpn, the
issue occurs.

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On 4/10/14 12:50 PM, "Michael Klishin" <mklishin at gopivotal.com> wrote:

> On 10 April 2014 at 23:23:46, Anita Yip (anita.yip at realpage.com) wrote:
>> > Unhandled connection error: FRAME_ERROR - type 65, all octets
>> = <<>>: {frame_too_large,1342177289,131064(tel://1342177289,131064)}
>> { [Error: FRAME_ERROR - type 65, all octets = <<>>:
>> code: 501 }
>This almost certainly indicates a client library bug. What do you use?
>Can you post a small script/program that reproduces the problem most of
>the time?
>Software Engineer, Pivotal/RabbitMQ
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>rabbitmq-discuss at lists.rabbitmq.com


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