[rabbitmq-discuss] /etc/init.d/rabbitmq-server startup script

Andrew Eells aeells at qmetric.co.uk
Wed Mar 21 16:07:10 GMT 2012


I've recently upgraded from RabbitMQ v2.5.1 to v2.8.0 and having installed
via the Generic Linux tarball (as opposed to RPM) I'm wondering if there is
a server bootstrap startup script available, so as to run this as a
service? The script associated with the previous version no longer works.

It would be reasonably straightforward to write a simple one which just
launches the server detached, but I suspect I would lose some of the
functionality available, particularly around logging and locking that is
available in the previous script eg.

> echo "Usage: $0

Would appreciate any pointers as to best-practice with v2.8.0.

Thanks and regards,



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