[rabbitmq-discuss] Erlang RabbitMQ Client hanshake problem on "State = Driver:handshake(InitialState), "

Lynton Grice lynton.grice at logosworld.com
Tue Jun 9 13:37:08 BST 2009

Hi Matthias,

I have been looking through the posts and cannot see anything specific that
says exactly how to solve this issue. Yes, you mention load path etc....so I
assume "erl -pa" etc.....but can I see an example of what needs to be done
"load path" wise for the client to work? I have been trying to get the
client to work to almost 2 days now....;-(

I have installed BOTH the server and client folders into the
%ERLANG_HOME%\erl5.7.1\lib folder....surely that should be fine?

I just keep getting this:

=INFO REPORT==== 9-Jun-2009::14:23:53 ===
accepted TCP connection on from

=INFO REPORT==== 9-Jun-2009::14:23:53 ===
starting TCP connection <0.175.0> from

=ERROR REPORT==== 9-Jun-2009::14:24:01 ===
error on TCP connection <0.175.0> from

=INFO REPORT==== 9-Jun-2009::14:24:01 ===
closing TCP connection <0.175.0> from

Yes, I do agree I probably need to understand Erlang better with regard to
the "load path" etc....

But thanks for the help regardless, sorry for being a bit stupid with this
stuff ;-)


-----Original Message-----
From: Matthias Radestock [mailto:matthias at lshift.net] 
Sent: 09 June 2009 12:48 PM
To: Lynton Grice
Cc: rabbitmq-discuss at lists.rabbitmq.com
Subject: Re: [rabbitmq-discuss] Erlang RabbitMQ Client hanshake problem on
"State = Driver:handshake(InitialState), "


Lynton Grice wrote:
> Thanks for the help so far, I now have the latest versions for both the 
> client and server installed BUT now I am getting the following 
> error.....it is also in the "driver handshake"

>                         {undef,
>                             [{rabbit_framing_channel,start_link,

This again is an error people have reported before - search the list for 
the previous reports. The error is indicative of the client not being 
able to locate the server modules on its load path. You'll need to 
adjust Erlang's load path such it can find these modules.


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