[rabbitmq-discuss] /var/lib/rabbitmq/pids

Ronen narkisr at gmail.com
Tue Jul 5 14:22:53 BST 2011

David did you mean to use:

"setsid sh -c 'echo $$ >$PIDFILE ; exec rabbitmq-server </dev/null >
$RABBITMQ_LOG_BASE/rabbitmq_startup_log 2>&1' &
    rabbitmqctl wait >/dev/null 2>&1"

As the monit command entry or to use it within the init file itself?

Matthew, I did see the pid entry under the status, I was hopping to
skip the need of parsing it but I guess ill have to try it also


On Jul 5, 3:44 pm, Matthew Sackman <matt... at rabbitmq.com> wrote:
> On Tue, Jul 05, 2011 at 05:33:02AM -0700, Ronen wrote:
> > Any idea how to provide a pid file for monit without the pids folder?
> $ rabbitmqctl status
> Status of node rabbit at hazel ...
> [{pid,30451},
>  ...]
> Yes, that will require some parsing to safely get that out (the order of
> items in that list could potentially change), but a regex of
> /{pid,\s*(\d+)/ (or some such) should be sufficient.
> Matthew
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