- From: Joshua Timberman <
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- Subject: [chef] Re: RabbitMQ startup fails because qpidd is using the same TCP port
- Date: Fri, 14 Dec 2012 19:13:43 +0000
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On 12/13/12 7:03 PM, "Kenneth Stailey"
>I tried to install rabbitmq on RHEL 6 but by default qpidd is using
>the same TCP port.
>Does it make sense for the rabbitmq cookbook to stop qpidd?
I think it makes more sense to have a qpid cookbook that has a disable
recipe. It is clearer about the intent, and you can compose that with the
rabbitmq recipe in the appropriate role.
What is installing and enabling qpidd by default? That seems weird for
RHEL systems, don't most services *not* start by default? It isn't
installed by default on my base CentOS 6 system, anyway.
Joshua Timberman, Technical Community Manager
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