[rabbitmq-discuss] Plug-in out of date warnings when starting the RabbitMQ server on Windows
jon.rowland at isam.com
Sun Sep 19 11:01:55 BST 2010
I don't think so, this is a fresh install of 2.1.0 (on a machine that previously has had 1.7.0, but was uninstalled).
There are a lot of the plug-in warnings (around 80), including rabbit ones, e.g.
*WARNING* rabbit: Object code (rabbit_exchange) out of date
*WARNING* rabbit: Object code (rabbit_exchange_type) out of date
I'm a new user and wouldn't even know how to install/compile a plug-in manually.
Could there be some compiled cache left lying around somewhere from the 1.7.0 install?
From: rabbitmq-discuss-bounces at lists.rabbitmq.com [mailto:rabbitmq-discuss-bounces at lists.rabbitmq.com] On Behalf Of Matthew Sackman
Sent: 18 September 2010 23:37
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Subject: Re: [rabbitmq-discuss] Plug-in out of date warnings when starting the RabbitMQ server on Windows
On Fri, Sep 17, 2010 at 03:01:56PM -0500, Jon Rowland wrote:
> I've just installed 2.1.0 of RabbitMQ on Windows, and when I start the server I get a lot of warnings, e.g.
> Activating RabbitMQ plugins ...
> *WARNING* rabbit: Object code (bpqueue) out of date
> *WARNING* rabbit: Object code (delegate) out of date
> *WARNING* rabbit: Object code (delegate_sup) out of date
> Is this something to worry about? I did have a 1.7.0 version installed, but uninstalled it before installing 2.1.0. Has the install left something on my machine that is causing the warnings?
Hmm, do you have any plugins installed manually - i.e. you've compiled
them? That smells to me like the plugins need to be updated and
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