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Playing with RabbitMQ (part 2). Now with Python

Do you remember the las post about RabbitMQ? In that post we created a small wrapper library to use RabbitMQ with node and PHP. I also work with Python and I also want to use the same RabbitMQ wrapper here. 1,324 more words

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Rabbitmq issue

After playing around for a while with my openstack deployment I discovered that rabbitmq was not working properly. I received error messages that the socket was not open. 184 more words

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Script to Monitor RabbitMQ Queue Messages

Below is a code I used to monitor rabbitmq queues. We were  using a microservices architecture. In our architecture each services are communicating using a rabbitmq broker. 266 more words

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Mid-proxy server installation and configuration

This document is helpful while setting up Jumphost server(mid-proxy) and configuring it with RabbitMQ.

  • Each private network is (normally) dedicated to a single tenant. Within that private network, there is a jumphost that can access the other VMs within the private network.
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RabbitMQ in cluster

RabbitMQ grown into the most popular message broker software. It is written in Erlang and implements Advanced Message Queueing Protocol (AMQP). It is easy to use and configure even if we are talking about such mechanisms as clustering or high availibility. 861 more words

RabbitMQ - Architecture

1. Brief Introduction – MySQL

RabbitMQ is a message broker. The principal idea is pretty simple: it accepts and forwards messages. You can think about it as a post office: when you send mail to the post box you’re pretty sure that Mr. 155 more words

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RabbitMQ - Status Checking

To see the status of rabbitmq

sudo rabbitmqctl status

To stop the rabbitmq

sudo rabbitmqctl stop

(Try the status command again to see that it’s stopped). 28 more words

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