[rabbitmq-discuss] Failure starting rabbitMQ broker

AlvinRMQ alvinzmho at gmail.com
Mon Mar 19 02:19:33 GMT 2012

Nothing showed up in the sasl log. I have been restarting the ram node
first, but the disc node doesn't restart until the ram node has been
restarted. I think that shouldn't be a problem right?

I really have no idea why the ram node doesn't restart properly sometimes(
The disc node should be up). 
Do you think it could be a network issue? 

Simon MacMullen-2 wrote:
> On 15/03/12 01:43, AlvinRMQ wrote:
>> Hi Simon,
>> It failed to restart again today. And the log file appeared normal apart
>> from a warning mesage just prior to restarting the broker:
>> =WARNING REPORT==== 15-Mar-2012::01:09:34 ===
>> exception on TCP connection<0.16970.16>  from
>> connection_closed_abruptly
>> I would think this is from one of the client machines shutting down.
> Yes, that's just a client closing the socket without the AMQP close 
> handshake.
> Did anything show up in the sasl log?
>> Also, in which order should I restart the cluster of 2 nodes? Disc node
>> or
>> the ram node first?
> You should start the disc node first, the RAM node won't know anything 
> if it's started first!
> In 2.7.1 starting a RAM node first will give you an empty broker which 
> the disc node will then not cluster with. In 2.8.0 RAM nodes refuse to 
> start first.
> Cheers, Simon
> -- 
> Simon MacMullen
> RabbitMQ, VMware
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