[rabbitmq-discuss] Strange behavior found under Mac OS X
andresr83 at gmail.com
Mon Nov 24 03:54:15 GMT 2008
Hi, I found something pretty interesting when trying to run any kind
of AMQP client under Max OS X. I tried with java, python and ruby
clients and none of them were working.
Suspecting it could be my Rabbitmq or Erlang installs I tried
* Erlang from source and macports
* Rabbitmq from source, tarball and macports
Same result with any combination.
With the help of tmm1 (AMQP client ruby gem creator) we discovered
that in line 67 of rabbitmq-server:
-os_mon start_cpu_sup true \
Changing start_cpu_sup to false:
-os_mon start_cpu_sup false \
made everything to work.
Now my Rabbitmq broker is running pretty nice.
Since I'm a newbie in these Erlang topics I wanted to share this info
and would like to know if someone expert at this subject could
identify an incompatibility in my machine's hardware since I already
found out that this cpu_sup thing is related to the processor (http://www.erlang.org/doc/man/cpu_sup.html
FWIW, I have a white macbook with a 2.4GHz Core 2 Duo (T8300).
Thanks a lot!
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