[rabbitmq-discuss] Error (re)installing rabbit on ubuntu 9.04

Paulo Suzart paulosuzart at gmail.com
Fri Jul 24 02:23:25 BST 2009

Wow! Bang! Right there Matthias.

RabbitMQ is up and runnig. Really thanks for that. Finally going deep in my
studies. Hope have fun with rabbit.


Paulo Suzart

2009/7/23 Matthias Radestock <matthias at lshift.net>

> Paulo,
> Paulo Suzart wrote:
> > Firstly thanks for helping. Here go the two logs.
> >
> > startup_err:
> >
> > Crash dump was written to: erl_crash.dump
> > init terminating in do_boot ()
> >
> > startup_log:
> >
> > {"init terminating in
> >
> do_boot",{undef,[{rabbit_multi,start,[]},{init,start_it,1},{init,start_em,1}]}}
> The error indicates that erlang could not find the RabbitMQ code
> modules. In a package-managed installation of RabbitMQ like yours one
> typical reason for that is a secondary installation of Erlang that is on
> the PATH before the package-managed one. To test that, run 'erl' and
> inspect the output of evaluating
>  code:lib_dir().
> That will tell you where Erlang is looking for its libraries. If 'erl'
> is the package-managed installation then this will usually point to
> '/usr/lib/erlang/lib', and you will find a rabbitmq_server-<vsn>
> directory underneath that. I suspect in your case it will point
> elsewhere (and there is no rabbitmq_server subdir there). If so, remove
> your secondary Erlang installation and that should solve the problem.
> Alternatively you can also create a symlink in the reported library dir
> to /usr/lib/erlang/lib/rabbitmq_server-<vsn> (assuming that is where the
> package manager installed the RabbitMQ modules).
> There could be other reasons for the reported error, but the above
> scenario is the one people run into most frequently.
> Regards,
> Matthias.
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