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RabbitMQ exits with error during install #520
hello all, y buenas noches,
today we hit a new snag upon trying to install libretime in a fresh instance of ubuntu 16 running as a virtual machine. From the
So then I tried to follow the instructions in Preparing the Server to fix the RabbitMQ hostname
Specifically my 2 attempts to configure RabbitMQ were to edit /etc/rabbitmq/rabbitmq-env.conf
or by adding a snippet from the stack overflow question linked from libretime documentation.
Either of these do appear to change the hostname in the the error message I see when I run
The only modifications we've made to the fresh ubuntu 16 server are the following. Details in the documentation we've been writing simultaneously (in spanish) Not sure if any of them could be related.
...and so I could really use some direction. :)
If rabbitMq thinks your hostname is libretime you can edit /etc/hosts and create an entry for libretime that points to 127.0.0.1 and that shoould fix it. basically add
But I'm not an expert on rabbitMq, there is work on a PR with docker and a specific VM for rabbitmq and other services. I haven't messed with it yet but plan to do so soon.
Sorry I can't be of more help. But I can understand enough spanish to get an idea that you are running LibreTime in a machine as a VM, and I think that Docker might work better for this than going through the whole creating mulitple virtual machines as that is what it is designed to do see #517
Thanks Rob, I'd already tried that fix in ´hosts´, but haven´t yet tried the RabbitMQ "resetting" steps in the S.O. answer you linked in the forum. We are definitely interested in exploring using docker to be able to manage server configuration (these kind of issues), and also to be able to run multiple instances (production, staging) in order to be able to ensure reliability for the station while actively developing and deploying updates.