[rabbitmq-discuss] is there any way in making a node from a cluster ignore its previous state and just start without trying to connect to the other nodes?

Tom Catyb tcatyb at gmail.com
Mon Dec 16 16:17:34 GMT 2013

You should be able to do a reset on the node.
Make sure your rabbit.config does not have nodes B,C in it,

On Sunday, December 15, 2013 5:51:47 PM UTC-5, noname wrote:
> hello,
> so the problem is like this ->
> from another thread - start / stop order matters if you get all nodes down 
> and don't start with the last one closed or just won't start in the 30 
> seconds interval all of them.. then it won't work, we all agree on that.
> ok , my question is : is there any way i can tweak (files i can edit) a 
> r.m.q. node, so if i have this scenario->
> node A , B, C -> i bring down A nice ( or just kill the node but wait for 
> the others to get an update that the A node is down) , then same for B, and 
> last C 
> now i don't want to start node C first , nor i want to start all of them 
> at once;
> what i want to know is : is there any way if i start node A first to make 
> it just start and not try to connect to node B & C? it's ok if i lose my 
> queues...
> tried editing my nodes_at_shutdown file not really working, anyone got any 
> other suggestions?
> thanks in advance.
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