[rabbitmq-discuss] RabbitMQ refuses to start , instead crash
mybayworkz at gmail.com
Thu Sep 30 19:14:53 BST 2010
Thank you Marek,
I have moved to Ubuntu 64 bit for good. Its was just the mindset that made
me think it would be easier to try on win xp , which is a mistake.
Emile , I tried really hard to somehow make the logs activate and in this
process I really learned a lot about RabbitMQ but never could get the logs
to work. I am moving to Ubuntu now and hope it will be easy on the new
On Thu, Sep 30, 2010 at 6:00 AM, Marek Majkowski <majek04 at gmail.com> wrote:
> Right in the top of your erl_crash.dump there is an reason of the death:
> Slogan: eheap_alloc: Cannot allocate 583848200 bytes of memory (of type
> In future, please send us not only erl_crash.dump but also rabbit.log
> and rabbit-sasl.log.
> The error means that for some reason RabbitMQ was not able to allocate
> 556 megs of RAM.
> Do you know why it needs so much memory? Do you have a lot of data in
> mnesia directory,
> a large number of queues or something like that?
> Further, we encourage to run Rabbit on 64 bit operating systems. Even
> if you'll give
> 3.5 GB memory for windows VM, rabbit won't be able to use it on 32 bit
> On Thu, Sep 23, 2010 at 20:36, Chandra R <mybayworkz at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Hello,
> > I am new to rabbitmq and I have been trying to run it on Windows XP
> > 2.5 gb on a VM (Also tried on XP with 3.5 gb on a VM) but it crashes.
> > Later I found that I was using extension .conf instead of .config, which
> > corrected.
> > Still it does the same thing, crashing. No logs are being created.
> > I am using erlang 5.7.4 and tried rabbitmq 2.1.0 & 1.8.1.
> > I have attached crash dump zip
> > Please help me get started
> > Thank you
> > regards,
> > Chandra
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