[rabbitmq-discuss] RabbitMQ process getting killed on log off

mayank mnkpdon.32 at gmail.com
Tue Jan 17 16:32:05 GMT 2012


I worked now, I had to copy the erlang cookie from c:\windows to c:
\users\<current logged-in user> to make rabbitmqctl work with service.
But I was wondering whether this is the best way. Can't I somehow make
rabbimqctl look at c:\Windows folder instead?

Thanks for the help.

On Jan 17, 4:04 pm, Emile Joubert <em... at rabbitmq.com> wrote:
> Hi,
> On 17/01/12 15:45, mayank wrote:
> > When I am installing it as an service, and then trying to do
> > clustering using rabbitmqctl, it is giving error that the node is
> > down. Is there any place where I can find the steps to do clustering
> > while running it as service.
> Can you explain at which step of the clustering transcript
> (http://www.rabbitmq.com/clustering.html#transcript) you receive an
> error, and any entries logged at the nodes at that time?
> Ensure that all nodes are able to run independently first. If they are
> all on the same server then node names and ports must be unique. In
> order to configure nodes you will need a correctly set .erlang.cookie
> file. Also take care that hostnames are case-sensitive on Windows.
> -Emile
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