This is a cookbook for managing RabbitMQ with Chef. It uses the default settings, but can also be configured via attributes.
rabbitmq-server from RabbitMQ.com's APT repository. The distribution-provided version was quite old and newer features were needed.
Configures nodes to be members of a RabbitMQ cluster, but does not actually join them.
There are 2 LWRPs for interacting with RabbitMQ.
Adds and deletes users, fairly simplistic permissions management.
:clear_permissionsclears the permissions for a
rabbitmq_user "guest" do action :delete end rabbitmq_user "nova" do password "sekret" action :add end rabbitmq_user "nova" do vhost "/nova" permissions "\".*\" \".*\" \".*\"" action :set_permissions end
Adds and deletes vhosts.
rabbitmq_vhost "/nova" do action :add end
It is quite useful as is, but clustering configuration does not currently do the dance to join the cluster members to each other.
The rabbitmq::chef recipe was only used for the chef-server cookbook and has been moved to chef-server::rabbitmq.
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Author:: Daniel DeLeo firstname.lastname@example.org
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