[rabbitmq-discuss] why rabbit eating so much memory?

Rubo Liang liangrubo at bytedance.com
Wed Jul 17 03:18:33 BST 2013

Meet this problem again today.

see 'rabbitmqctl report' output at:

more information:
rabbit at in16-011, rabbit at in16-012, rabbit at in16-013 are clustered, a virtual
ip is bind to rabbit at in16-011, client connects to the service with virtual
ip. rabbit at in16-013 took a lot memory, causing all connections to be
blocked. This is the output of 'rabbitmqctl report' on rabbit at in16-013.

A screenshot of the management plugin is attached.

Run 'rabbitmqctl stop_app; rabbitmqctl start_app' on
rabbit at in16-13resolves the problem.

On Thu, Jul 11, 2013 at 5:15 PM, Matthias Radestock
<matthias at rabbitmq.com>wrote:

> On 11/07/13 02:35, Rubo Liang wrote:
>> There is no other vhosts. I can't keep the problem for investigation
>> since it is a production server.
> As Emile suggested, please post the output of 'rabbitmqctl report' when
> you next encounter a high memory use situation.
>  I am new to rabbit and this is just one of a series problems I meet. I
>> am not sure whether it helps but I am going to list the problems I
>> experienced to provide more context.
> Please continue to report individual issues on separate email thread.
> Regards,
> Matthias.

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