[rabbitmq-discuss] Hands-Free Configuration

James Carr james.r.carr at gmail.com
Wed Oct 12 03:02:56 BST 2011

yes. Take a look at the documentation for rabbitmq.config.

You can configure anything there afaik. I even declare queues and
exchanges in it.

On Tue, Oct 11, 2011 at 5:28 PM, SixDegrees <paulcarlisle at comcast.net> wrote:
> All of the examples I've seen for using RabbitMQ show the vhost, user and
> permissions being set using rabbitmqctl at the command line. I'm not clear
> on whether these setting persist across machine reboots or service restarts;
> they don't seems to, although its possible I managed to muck something else
> up while checking.
> In any case, is it possible to configure these settings and any others
> needed by way of a configuration file that would be read when RabbitMQ is
> started? We will ultimately be clustering several machines, and resetting
> all of these by hand each time something cycles is not going to work well in
> a production environment.
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