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Project Description

Buildout recipe for downloading and installing RabbitMQ.

Credits

Thanks to Martijn Pieters for refactoring script generation to ensure that we always use an appropriate rabbitmq-server script for the installed version.

A brief documentation

This recipe takes a number of options:

erlang-path
The path where to find the erlc command (default = find it in PATH).
url
The URL to download the RabbitMQ source distribution.
cookie
Optional string passed as cookie to the erl runtime (-setcookie).
make
Alternate make command (e.g. gmake).

To further customize your RabbitMQ server configuration, create a rabbitmq-env file in the etc/ directory of your buildout, following the RabbitMQ configuration guide to set environment variables.

You can also create a rabbitmq.config file in the same location to provide erlang configuration statements.

Tests

We will define a buildout template used by the recipe:

>>> buildout_cfg = """
... [buildout]
... parts = rabbitmq
... offline = true
...
... [rabbitmq]
... recipe = rod.recipe.rabbitmq
... url = http://www.rabbitmq.com/releases/rabbitmq-server/v2.4.1/rabbitmq-server-2.4.1.tar.gz
... """

We’ll start by creating a buildout:

>>> import os.path
>>> write('buildout.cfg', buildout_cfg)

Running the buildout gives us:

>>> output = system(buildout)
>>> if output.endswith("ebin ebin/rabbit.app < ebin/rabbit_app.in\n"): True
... else: print output
True

Changes

2.0.0 2011-05-18

  • Uses the buildout download cache if available.
  • Refactored script generation: reuses the existing scripts and customize them using the built-in rabbitmq-env sourcing option. This ensures we always use an appropriate rabbitmq-server script for the installed version.
  • Abandoned obsolete prefix buildout option.
  • Updated documentation.

1.1.7 2011-04-11

  • Added ‘make’ buildout option to specify an alternate make command (e.g. gmake).

1.1.6 2010-06-21

  • Using rabbit@localhost as NODENAME in order to provide portability of the database across machines independent of the hostname since you can not start RabbitMQ on a different machine with a different hostname (the database is tied to the hostname).

1.1.5 2010-06-21

  • Added support for setting an optional erlang cookie (-setcookie) through the ‘cookie’ option.

1.1.4 2010-05-09

  • Fixed issue where rabbitmq scripts used an incorrect default Erlang path when no erlang-path option was specified.

1.1.3 2010-05-03

  • Fixed parameter in generated rabbitmqctl script (-sname instead of -name).

1.1.2 2010-05-02

  • Fixed parameter in generated rabbitmq-server script (-sname instead of -name).

1.1.1 2010-03-21

  • Fixes an issue where the Erlang path wasn’t set correctly.

1.1.0 2010-03-20

  • Updated for RabbitMQ 1.7.2.

1.0.0 2009-08-23

  • Initial release.
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