[rabbitmq-discuss] service start reports failed on Fedora 20
J. Daniel Ashton
jdashton at ashtonfam.org
Mon Feb 3 17:17:52 GMT 2014
On Fedora 20 there's a high probability that starting RabbitMQ will report
that it has failed, but will then go ahead and start the service anyway. I
use this command: sudo /sbin/service rabbitmq-server start
Sometimes this reports OK. But more often it reports Failed. However,
within a few seconds the rabbitmq log files will start showing activity,
local producers and consumers can exchange messages, a downstream
federation partner can connect, and ps -eaf shows a believable number of
processes for beam, epmd and rabbitmq.
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