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rabbitmq-server in installed 3.2.4

asked 2015-05-19 09:02:18 -0500

adendukuri gravatar image

I am following openstack installtion document.

Installed the Ubuntu Cloud archive keyring and repository:

apt-get install ubuntu-cloud-keyring # echo "deb (http://ubuntu-cloud.archive.canonical...) \ "trusty-updates/juno main" > /etc/apt/sources.list.d/cloudarchive-juno.list

when I installed apt-get install rabbitmq-server it is fetches the packages from trusty/main

is it what is expected.

secondly, openstack recommends RabbitMQ version 3.3.0 or newer, you must enable remote access for the guest account.

but it installed rabbitmq 3.2.4

Status of node 'rabbit@openstack-controller' ... {running_applications,[{rabbit,"RabbitMQ","3.2.4"},

This is not what is expected. I know it is right?

what could have gone wrong?


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answered 2015-05-20 04:52:52 -0500

Tobias Urdin gravatar image


In Ubuntu Trusty the packaged version is 3.2.4 Please see:

If you want another version you must enable another repository containing a newer version, example the official repository from RabbitQM, please note however that the version 3.2.4 was selected for a reason, mostly because it's considered stable and works good on that Ubuntu version.

If you are running CentOS or any other RHEL based OS you can enable the EPEL repository and get version 3.3.5 from there, just for reference.

Best regards

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