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rabbitmq-server is a Shell library typically used in Messaging, Pub Sub, RabbitMQ applications. rabbitmq-server has no bugs, it has no vulnerabilities and it has medium support. However rabbitmq-server has a Non-SPDX License. You can download it from GitHub.
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  • rabbitmq-server has a medium active ecosystem.
  • It has 8887 star(s) with 3407 fork(s). There are 392 watchers for this library.
  • There were 7 major release(s) in the last 12 months.
  • There are 213 open issues and 1312 have been closed. On average issues are closed in 63 days. There are 21 open pull requests and 0 closed requests.
  • It has a neutral sentiment in the developer community.
  • The latest version of rabbitmq-server is v3.9.8
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  • It has 12765 lines of code, 572 functions and 176 files.
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rabbitmq-server Key Features

AMQP 0-9-1

AMQP 1.0

MQTT 3.1.1

STOMP 1.0 through 1.2

How to start a ZSH shell session with additional non-permanent aliases?

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# zsh-functions.nix
{ pkgs ? import <nixpkgs> {} }:
let
  inherit (pkgs) lib;
in
pkgs.writeText "functions.zsh" ''
  PATH=${lib.makeBinPath [pkgs.hello]}:$PATH
  hi(){
    hello
  }
''
zsh% eval "source $(nix-build zsh-functions.nix)"
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# zsh-functions.nix
{ pkgs ? import <nixpkgs> {} }:
let
  inherit (pkgs) lib;
in
pkgs.writeText "functions.zsh" ''
  PATH=${lib.makeBinPath [pkgs.hello]}:$PATH
  hi(){
    hello
  }
''
zsh% eval "source $(nix-build zsh-functions.nix)"

RabbitMQ Cannot allocate executable memory. Use the interpreter instead

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sudo dnf remove erlang* rabbitmq-server
sudo dnf install rabbitmq-server erlang --disablerepo updates
exclude=rabbitmq_server erlang*
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sudo dnf remove erlang* rabbitmq-server
sudo dnf install rabbitmq-server erlang --disablerepo updates
exclude=rabbitmq_server erlang*
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Django celery beat not able to locate app to schedule task

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@task(name="add_trades_to_database")
def add_trades_to_database():
    ...
app.conf.beat_schedule = {
    'add_trades_to_database_periodically': {
        'task': 'transactions.tasks.add_trades_to_database',
        'schedule': crontab(minute='*/1'),
    },
}
@task
def add_trades_to_database():
    ...
app.conf.beat_schedule = {
    'add_trades_to_database_periodically': {
        'task': 'add_trades_to_database',
        'schedule': crontab(minute='*/1'),
    },
}
from celery import shared_task


@shared_task
def add_trades_to_database():
   ...
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@task(name="add_trades_to_database")
def add_trades_to_database():
    ...
app.conf.beat_schedule = {
    'add_trades_to_database_periodically': {
        'task': 'transactions.tasks.add_trades_to_database',
        'schedule': crontab(minute='*/1'),
    },
}
@task
def add_trades_to_database():
    ...
app.conf.beat_schedule = {
    'add_trades_to_database_periodically': {
        'task': 'add_trades_to_database',
        'schedule': crontab(minute='*/1'),
    },
}
from celery import shared_task


@shared_task
def add_trades_to_database():
   ...
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@task(name="add_trades_to_database")
def add_trades_to_database():
    ...
app.conf.beat_schedule = {
    'add_trades_to_database_periodically': {
        'task': 'transactions.tasks.add_trades_to_database',
        'schedule': crontab(minute='*/1'),
    },
}
@task
def add_trades_to_database():
    ...
app.conf.beat_schedule = {
    'add_trades_to_database_periodically': {
        'task': 'add_trades_to_database',
        'schedule': crontab(minute='*/1'),
    },
}
from celery import shared_task


@shared_task
def add_trades_to_database():
   ...
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@task(name="add_trades_to_database")
def add_trades_to_database():
    ...
app.conf.beat_schedule = {
    'add_trades_to_database_periodically': {
        'task': 'transactions.tasks.add_trades_to_database',
        'schedule': crontab(minute='*/1'),
    },
}
@task
def add_trades_to_database():
    ...
app.conf.beat_schedule = {
    'add_trades_to_database_periodically': {
        'task': 'add_trades_to_database',
        'schedule': crontab(minute='*/1'),
    },
}
from celery import shared_task


@shared_task
def add_trades_to_database():
   ...
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@task(name="add_trades_to_database")
def add_trades_to_database():
    ...
app.conf.beat_schedule = {
    'add_trades_to_database_periodically': {
        'task': 'transactions.tasks.add_trades_to_database',
        'schedule': crontab(minute='*/1'),
    },
}
@task
def add_trades_to_database():
    ...
app.conf.beat_schedule = {
    'add_trades_to_database_periodically': {
        'task': 'add_trades_to_database',
        'schedule': crontab(minute='*/1'),
    },
}
from celery import shared_task


@shared_task
def add_trades_to_database():
   ...

RabbitMQ fails to start with persistence storage on Kubernetes. Permission denied error

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chown rabbitmq:rabbitmq /var/lib/rabbitmq/mnesia

How to restart rabbitmq inside docker

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# Copy config from container to your machine
docker cp <insert container name>:/etc/rabbitmq/rabbitmq.config .

# (optional) make changes to the copied rabbitmq.config
...

# Start a new container with mounted config (substitute /host/path
# with a full path to your local config file)
docker run -v /host/path/rabbitmq.config:/etc/rabbitmq/rabbitmq.config <insert image name here>

# Now local config linked inside the container and all changes 
# are immediately available. You can restart the container to restart the application.

How can I configure these docker containers using a docker-compose.yml instead of a run command?

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services: 
  my_local_redis:
    image: redis
    [...]
    ports: 
      - 6379:6379
    command: gosu redis:redis redis-server /redis-settings/redis.conf

This task (name) has extra params, which is only allowed

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 ansible.builtin.shell: "/usr/sbin/rabbitmqctl force_boot"
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- name: Force RabbitMQ to boot anyway
  command: "/usr/sbin/rabbitmqctl force_boot"
  register: result
  ignore_errors: True
- debug: var=result
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- name: Force RabbitMQ to boot anyway
  command: "/usr/sbin/rabbitmqctl force_boot"
  register: result
  ignore_errors: True
- debug: var=result

RabbitMQ cluster-operator does not work in Kubernetes

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apiVersion: v1
kind: PersistentVolume
metadata:
  name: pv
spec:
  capacity:
    storage: 10Gi
  accessModes:
    - ReadWriteOnce
  persistentVolumeReclaimPolicy: Recycle
  hostPath:
    path: /mnt/rabbitmq # data will be stored in the "/mnt/rabbitmq" directory on the worker node
    type: Directory
# kubectl get pv,pvc -A
NAME                   CAPACITY   ACCESS MODES   RECLAIM POLICY   STATUS   CLAIM                                         STORAGECLASS   REASON   AGE
persistentvolume/pv    10Gi       RWO            Recycle          Bound    test-rabbitmq/persistence-rabbitmq-server-0                           11m


NAMESPACE       NAME                                                  STATUS   VOLUME   CAPACITY   ACCESS MODES   STORAGECLASS   AGE
test-rabbitmq   persistentvolumeclaim/persistence-rabbitmq-server-0   Bound    pv       10Gi       RWO                           11m

# kubectl get pod -n test-rabbitmq
NAME                READY   STATUS    RESTARTS   AGE
rabbitmq-server-0   1/1     Running   0          11m
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apiVersion: v1
kind: PersistentVolume
metadata:
  name: pv
spec:
  capacity:
    storage: 10Gi
  accessModes:
    - ReadWriteOnce
  persistentVolumeReclaimPolicy: Recycle
  hostPath:
    path: /mnt/rabbitmq # data will be stored in the "/mnt/rabbitmq" directory on the worker node
    type: Directory
# kubectl get pv,pvc -A
NAME                   CAPACITY   ACCESS MODES   RECLAIM POLICY   STATUS   CLAIM                                         STORAGECLASS   REASON   AGE
persistentvolume/pv    10Gi       RWO            Recycle          Bound    test-rabbitmq/persistence-rabbitmq-server-0                           11m


NAMESPACE       NAME                                                  STATUS   VOLUME   CAPACITY   ACCESS MODES   STORAGECLASS   AGE
test-rabbitmq   persistentvolumeclaim/persistence-rabbitmq-server-0   Bound    pv       10Gi       RWO                           11m

# kubectl get pod -n test-rabbitmq
NAME                READY   STATUS    RESTARTS   AGE
rabbitmq-server-0   1/1     Running   0          11m

Airflow issue with pathlib / configparser - 'PosixPath' object is not iterable

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# filename: custom_script.py
p = p.parent
confpath = p.joinpath('config', config_file_name))
# filename: custom_script.py

from pathlib import Path

p = Path(dirname(__file__))
p = p.parent
confpath = p.joinpath(config_file_name)
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# filename: custom_script.py
p = p.parent
confpath = p.joinpath('config', config_file_name))
# filename: custom_script.py

from pathlib import Path

p = Path(dirname(__file__))
p = p.parent
confpath = p.joinpath(config_file_name)

AMQP connection lost doesn't kill parent process, so reconnection never happens

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  @restart_delay 2000 # 2 seconds

  def init(_opts) do
    Process.flag(:trap_exit, true)
    send(self(), :connect)
    {:ok, nil}
  end

  def handle_info(:connect, state) do
    #...
    case Connection.open("amqp://#{username}:#{password}@#{host}:#{port}/#{vhost}") do
      {:ok, conn} ->
        Process.link(conn.pid)
        # ...
        {:noreply, state}
      {:error, :econnrefused} ->
        Logger.error("amqp transport failed with connection refused")
        Process.send_after(self(), :connect, @restart_delay)
        {:noreply, nil}
    end

  end

  def handle_info({:EXIT, pid, reason}, state) do
    Logger.error("amqp transport failed with #{inspect(reason)}")
    Process.unlink(pid)
    Process.send_after(self(), :connect, @restart_delay)
    {:noreply, nil}
  end  

Community Discussions

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QUESTION

How to start a ZSH shell session with additional non-permanent aliases?

Asked 2022-Mar-05 at 12:07

I'm using ZSH as my default shell on NixOS I've added rabbitmq-server in a shell.nix, and need to pass the paths to its binaries to pytest as command line arguments so the pytest-rabbitmq plugin can find them.

For this, I'd like to be able to start ZSH with a pytest alias which includes the required parameters:

{ pkgs ? import <nixpkgs> { } }:
(
  let rabbitmq_bin = "${builtins.toString pkgs.rabbitmq-server}/bin"; in
  pkgs.mkShell {
    buildInputs = [
      pkgs.python39Packages.pytest
      # ... (Python environment details omitted for brevity)
      pkgs.rabbitmq-server
    ];
    shellHook = "
      alias pytest=\"pytest \
        --rabbitmq-server ${rabbitmq_bin}/rabbitmq-server \
        --rabbitmq-ctl ${rabbitmq_bin}/rabbitmqctl\"
    ";
  }
)

I can add a zsh invocation in shellHook, but I haven't been able to figure out a way to instruct it to initialize the alias.

Solutions I've considered:

  • Modifying pytest.ini. The file already exists in my project repository, and modifying it temporarily would make working with Git harder.
  • Modifying ZSH startup files in my home directory. A pytest alias would affect all my other environments as well. I could use a different alias name, but that would still remain in my static ZSH configuration polluting aliases.
  • buildFHSUserEnv. This is what I'm actually going to try instead if ZSH doesn't bend to my will.

ANSWER

Answered 2022-Mar-05 at 12:07

nix-shell/nix develop were originally designed for the specific use case of debugging Nixpkgs stdenv-based builds, which use bash.

If you want to support a different shell, I'd recommend to create a custom shell launcher script that you can run with nix run. That gives you all the flexibility you need. That is, assuming you're ok with using experimental features. Otherwise, you can create a script that fills the gap of nix run: running nix-build and exec-ing its result, which is your custom shell launcher.

Alternatively, you can generate a script to be source-d.

# zsh-functions.nix
{ pkgs ? import <nixpkgs> {} }:
let
  inherit (pkgs) lib;
in
pkgs.writeText "functions.zsh" ''
  PATH=${lib.makeBinPath [pkgs.hello]}:$PATH
  hi(){
    hello
  }
''
zsh% eval "source $(nix-build zsh-functions.nix)"

Source https://stackoverflow.com/questions/71016402

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