[rabbitmq-discuss] rabbitmqctl status problem on windows server 2008 (the vista-ish variant) KINDA SOLVED
ryan at acceleration.net
Mon Jun 1 17:39:32 BST 2009
I was able to recreate this problem by logging out then logging back
in. All .erlang.cookie files match, but it still doesn't take. I do
not believe this is a rabbit-mq problem, but an erlang / erlsrv /
Windows Server 2008 problem, and I'll be pursuing this through more
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Ryan Davis wrote:
> Dmitriy Samovskiy wrote:
>> You are absolutely right, that post focuses on *nix systems, and I
>> have no idea how applicable it might be to Windows environments. Any
>> chance you can switch to Linux? :)
> I'm using Rabbit to replace some homegrown .NET/SQL Server queue
> solutions, and putting it on the same box running the .NET code was
> handy. I can switch to linux, but brining up another system seemed like
> overkill for my message rates.
>> Is there anything in the rabbit log (such as this "connection attempt
>> from disallowed node" )?
> No, I didn't see anything like that in the logs covering the time period
> this morning when I was futzing with it.
> I managed to get the status working by restarting the RabbitMQ service.
> My best guess is that the erlang cookie in the running rabbit server for
> some reason did not match the one in C:\Windows\.erlang.cookie. Maybe I
> accidentally overwrote that file? Anyway, it works now, thanks for the
> quick response. I'll keep an eye on it and see if I can recreate the
> Ryan Davis
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