[rabbitmq-discuss] Queue Re-declaration

Brian Sullivan bsullivan at lindenlab.com
Wed Mar 25 22:11:12 GMT 2009

Hi Matthias,

Actually I had the same question.  We would like to be able to know  
which clients are connected to which queues mostly from an  
adminstration standpoint.  In particular, if a queue is filling up, we  
would like to be able to track down which application is not consuming  
fast enough (or not at all).  From the rabbitmqctl output, I don't see  
a way to really discern this once we have more than a couple of clients.

I have tried to enforce queue names with a particular syntax for now,  
so that we can identify the consumer a little easier, but I can't  
always make it happen.

In the meantime, what's the erlang shell command to find this  


On Jan 19, 2009, at 3:53 PM, Matthias Radestock wrote:

>> Also, side (bonus question) : is there a way to actually list the
>> consumers of the queue (not just the number of them) or, even  
>> better, to
>> kick one of them out?
> Only through the Erlang shell.
> What use case have you got in mind for this?
> Matthias
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