[rabbitmq-discuss] rabbitmq-server start crashing on start
adam at varud.com
Fri Sep 24 19:33:56 BST 2010
It seems like a more modern OS would at least allow you to get more
assistance from others. It looks like the common OSes to think about would
Linux (I personally like Ubuntu)
Windows 2003 or 2008
OS X Snow Leopard
I doubt many people are running RabbitMQ on Windows XP (although I could be
wrong). You can spin up an instance on any of these OSes on Amazon ec2
On Thu, Sep 23, 2010 at 1:01 PM, Chandra R <mybayworkz at gmail.com> wrote:
> I still couldn't run it. This time I created a new windows xp VM with 3.5
> gb ram and installed rabbitmq 2.1.0 on it. But it still crashing on start as
> erl.exe memory usage -585,332 k.
> Is there something else I can try to run it please ?
> Thank you for any input/advise.
> On Thu, Sep 23, 2010 at 8:22 AM, Chandra R <mybayworkz at gmail.com> wrote:
>> I am trying to run rabbitmq 2.1.0 on my PC as a server with 2 gb ram. But
>> it is crashing on start.
>> Activating Rabbitmq plugins ...0 plugins activated and it crashes as
>> erl.exe uses up all the memory.
>> Is it because of resources because I have set all the class paths and
>> have erlang installed at C:\Elang\erl5.7.4
>> and rabbitmq at C:\rabbit\rabbitmq_server-2.1.0 because I was told there
>> were some issues when trying to install at "Program files" because of the
>> space in the folder name.
>> Thank you for any help advice.
>> ------------------ from erl_crash.dump-------------------------------
>> Thu Sep 23 08:19:02 2010
>> Slogan: eheap_alloc: Cannot allocate 583848200 bytes of memory (of type
>> System version: Erlang R13B03 (erts-5.7.4) [rq:1] [async-threads:30]
>> Compiled: Tue Nov 24 11:12:28 2009
>> Atoms: 7290
>> total: 1175947208
>> processes: 1172250988
>> processes_used: 1172248436
>> system: 3696220
>> atom: 328561
>> atom_used: 315456
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