[rabbitmq-discuss] rabbitmq node down..

Paul Jones pauljones23 at gmail.com
Thu Oct 29 18:59:49 GMT 2009

Hi Tracey,

Could you please also supply the output shown when the server starts? (And
in the log file). It should also display a cookie hash, which lets you
ensure that the cookies being used are the same.

Also, for 1.7.0 onwards, you no longer need to put rabbit into the erlang
lib dir - it be installed anywhere (the packages currently put it in


On Thu, Oct 29, 2009 at 6:04 PM, tracey eubanks
<traceye at pmamediagroup.com>wrote:

> I downloaded rabbitmq v1.7.0 and installed it into my /usr/local/lib/
> erlang/lib (erlang vR13B02-1) directory then linked the rabbitmq-
> server, rabbitmqctl, rabbitmq-multi and rabbitmq-env files to /bin. I
> can start the server just fine but when I try to connect to it or run
> rabbitmqctl status, it gives me this error,
> Error: unable to connect to node rabbit at mymac: nodedown
> diagnostics:
> - unable to connect to epmd on mymac: nxdomain
> - current node: rabbitmqctl19789 at mymac
> - current node home dir: /Users/administrator
> - current node cookie hash: F0FO97xqCdIRZ5FhimfiDg==
> I'm not sure what's going on. I installed rabbitmq v1.6.0 the same way
> and everything works just fine.
> Thanks guys
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