[rabbitmq-discuss] python fabric stalls when using apt-get to install 2.4.1 rabbitmq-server

David Hsu david.hsu at gmail.com
Fri Apr 22 01:59:06 BST 2011

Hi Matthias,

When i manually install rabbitmq(instead of using python fabric), it works
fine with the exact same log message pasted below(also i pasted a portion of
my fabric script).

I noticed the only difference from when it was working to when it stalls is
the the version(previously used 2.3.1).  Is there a way i can do "apt-get
install rabbitmq-server=2.3.1" and see if that works?


    sudo('cd /etc/apt; echo "deb http://www.rabbitmq.com/debian/ testing
main" >> sources.list;')
    sudo('cd /home; wget
    sudo('cd /home; apt-key add rabbitmq-signing-key-public.asc;')
    sudo('apt-get update')
    sudo('apt-get -y upgrade')
    sudo('apt-get install -y python-setuptools')
    sudo('easy_install pip')
    sudo('pip install virtualenv')
    sudo('apt-get install -y rabbitmq-server') //STALLS AFTER THIS IS
    sudo('apt-get install -y apache2')

out: Setting up unixodbc (2.2.11-21) ...
out: Setting up erlang-odbc (1:13.b.3-dfsg-2ubuntu2.1) ...
out: Setting up erlang-nox (1:13.b.3-dfsg-2ubuntu2.1) ...
out: Setting up rabbitmq-server (2.4.1-1) ...
out: Adding group `rabbitmq' (GID 105) ...
out: Done.
out: Adding system user `rabbitmq' (UID 103) ...
out: Adding new user `rabbitmq' (UID 103) with group `rabbitmq' ...
out: Not creating home directory `/var/lib/rabbitmq'.
out: Starting rabbitmq-server: SUCCESS
out: rabbitmq-server.
out: Processing triggers for libc-bin ...
out: ldconfig deferred processing now taking place //STALLS HERE with PYTHON

On Thu, Apr 21, 2011 at 2:12 AM, Matthias Radestock
<matthias at rabbitmq.com>wrote:

> David,
> On 19/04/11 22:21, David Hsu wrote:
>> Recently when i apt-get install rabbitmq-server with python fabric,
>> fabric stalls after completion of the installation.  any ideas why?
> Does a normal installation of rabbitmq, i.e. just running "sudo apt-get
> install rabbitmq-server" w/o using python fabric, work ok?
> Matthias.
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