[rabbitmq-discuss] Running RabbitMQ server as embedded application
tim at rabbitmq.com
Tue Mar 26 13:19:18 GMT 2013
Another thing to consider is that you're starting the vm via a script, you might be able to get away with setting SYS_PREFIX in rabbitmq-defaults (as the generic unix packaging does). We're also working on OTP packaging (i.e., delivering rabbit as a self contained package/release), though I'm not sure what kind of timescales are involved in that.
On 26 Mar 2013, at 13:11, Tim Watson wrote:
> Take a good look at the startup scripts. There are environment variables aplenty and various things that get passed the beam as arguments - you'll need to filter through those and make sure everything is set up properly in order for the startup sequence to work.
> On 26 Mar 2013, at 12:18, Jorge Diz Pico wrote:
>> Hi folks, I'm trying to run a RabbitMQ server the OTP way, but it's
>> becoming harder than I thought. I added all dependencies to my
>> release, but when I run application:start(rabbit), I get the following
>> -- rabbit boot start
>> starting file handle cache server ...done
>> starting worker pool ...done
>> starting database ...
>> BOOT FAILED
>> Error description:
>> Log files (may contain more information):
>> Stack trace:
>> But of course there are no clusters and there had never been (fresh run).
>> Has anybody managed to do this? There has to be a way to embed the
>> RabbitMQ server in your own applications.
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