[rabbitmq-discuss] Issue Creating Firehose Trace with rabbitmq_trace

Arun Horne arun.horne at playfish.com
Wed Oct 3 17:01:38 BST 2012

Hi Simon,

That worked perfectly - many thanks!


On 3 October 2012 16:50, Simon MacMullen <simon at rabbitmq.com> wrote:

> On 03/10/12 16:22, Arun Horne wrote:
>> Hello,
>> Rabbit Version: 2.8.2
>> I have created a new virtual host 'X', and a user with admin permissions
>> for it. I am logged into the admin too and go to 'Tracing' (as
>> rabbitmq_tracing plugin). I attempt to enable a new trace for virtual
>> host 'X' and I see a message saying there has been an error and to check
>> the logs. The exact steps work for virtual host '/' but not my new
>> virtual host 'X'. The logs show the following, can anyone point me in
>> the right direction please - I'm not sure why access is being refused.
> Hmm, this is maybe not very well documented. The rabbitmq_tracing plugin
> needs a user to use to publish the messages that it uses internally. If you
> haven't told it otherwise, it will use "guest". If "guest" won't work,
> you'll need to add something like:
> {rabbitmq_tracing, [{username, <<"my-user">>}]},
> to your config.
> http://hg.rabbitmq.com/**rabbitmq-tracing/file/**859ae4fb4875/README<http://hg.rabbitmq.com/rabbitmq-tracing/file/859ae4fb4875/README>
> Cheers, Simon
> --
> Simon MacMullen
> RabbitMQ, VMware
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