[rabbitmq-discuss] Persistent PHP consumer over SSL

Marek Majkowski majek04 at gmail.com
Wed Aug 31 15:39:53 BST 2011

On Sat, Aug 27, 2011 at 20:12, Iain Emsley <iainemsley at gmail.com> wrote:
> I've been using and adapting the php-amqplib producer/consumer to link
> systems together. The main change was replacing fsockopen with a
> stream_socket_client() using the STREAM_CLIENT_CONNECT |
>  Whilst the consumer is fine over non-SSL and running on the command line as
> per the Readme, it appears to crash on SSL after about an hour or so. The
> server reports that it is running as does the server, but no messages are
> being passed to the linked system, rather are queueing up on the server.
> Is there a way of closing a listener via a PID or only by connection on the
> server using rabbitmqctl list_connections?  If messages are being queued, is
> there a way of kicking the queue to see if a connection is accepting or
> failing and sending any error back? The log suggests a timeout but I'd like
> to try and figure out where and get the timing exact.

Only using 'rabbitmqctl close_connection'.

Please do take a look at rabbitmq-management plugin, it may help you
to figure out what's the status of the connection.

> Alternatively, does any body know of a PHP library which I can rebuild the
> persistent SSL connections quickly for the consumer?

I'm afraid I can't help with that.


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