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RABBITMQ-PLUGINS(1)						 RabbitMQ Service					       RABBITMQ-PLUGINS(1)

NAME
rabbitmq-plugins - command line tool for managing RabbitMQ broker plugins SYNOPSIS
rabbitmq-plugins {command} [command options...] DESCRIPTION
rabbitmq-plugins is a command line tool for managing RabbitMQ broker plugins. It allows one to enable, disable and browse plugins. It must be run by a user with write permissions to the RabbitMQ configuration directory. Some plugins depend on others to work correctly. rabbitmq-plugins traverses these dependencies and enables all required plugins. Plugins listed on the rabbitmq-plugins command line are marked as explicitly enabled; dependent plugins are marked as implicitly enabled. Implicitly enabled plugins are automatically disabled again when they are no longer required. COMMANDS
list [-v] [-m] [-E] [-e] [pattern] -v Show all plugin details (verbose). -m Show only plugin names (minimal). -E Show only explicitly enabled plugins. -e Show only explicitly or implicitly enabled plugins. pattern Pattern to filter the plugin names by. Lists available plugins, their versions, dependencies and descriptions. Each plugin is prefixed with a status indicator - [ ] to indicate that the plugin is not enabled, [E] to indicate that it is explicitly enabled, and [e] to indicate that it is implicitly enabled. If the optional pattern is given, only plugins whose name matches pattern are shown. enable {plugin ...} plugin One or more plugins to enable. Enables the specified plugins and all their dependencies. disable {plugin ...} plugin One or more plugins to disable. Disables the specified plugins and all plugins that depend on them. EXAMPLES
rabbitmq-plugins list This command lists all the plugins available, on one line each. rabbitmq-plugins list -v This command lists all the plugins available. rabbitmq-plugins list -v management This command lists all the plugins available, but does not display plugins whose name does not contain "management". rabbitmq-plugins list -e rabbit This command lists all implicitly or explicitly enabled RabbitMQ plugins. rabbitmq-plugins enable rabbitmq_shovel rabbitmq_management This command enables the shovel and management plugins and all their dependencies. rabbitmq-plugins disable amqp_client This command disables amqp_client and all plugins that depend on it. AUTHOR
The RabbitMQ Team <info@rabbitmq.com> RabbitMQ Server 06/22/2012 RABBITMQ-PLUGINS(1)

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RABBITMQ-ENV.CONF(5)						  RabbitMQ Server					      RABBITMQ-ENV.CONF(5)

NAME
rabbitmq-env.conf - default settings for RabbitMQ AMQP server DESCRIPTION
/etc/rabbitmq/rabbitmq-env.conf contains variable settings that override the defaults built in to the RabbitMQ startup scripts. The file is interpreted by the system shell, and so should consist of a sequence of shell environment variable definitions. Normal shell syntax is permitted (since the file is sourced using the shell "." operator), including line comments starting with "#". In order of preference, the startup scripts get their values from the environment, from /etc/rabbitmq/rabbitmq-env.conf and finally from the built-in default values. For example, for the RABBITMQ_NODENAME setting, RABBITMQ_NODENAME from the environment is checked first. If it is absent or equal to the empty string, then NODENAME from /etc/rabbitmq/rabbitmq-env.conf is checked. If it is also absent or set equal to the empty string then the default value from the startup script is used. The variable names in /etc/rabbitmq/rabbitmq-env.conf are always equal to the environment variable names, with the RABBITMQ_ prefix removed: RABBITMQ_NODE_PORT from the environment becomes NODE_PORT in the /etc/rabbitmq/rabbitmq-env.conf file, etc. # I am a complete /etc/rabbitmq/rabbitmq-env.conf file. # Comment lines start with a hash character. # This is a /bin/sh script file - use ordinary envt var syntax NODENAME=hare SEE ALSO
rabbitmq-server(1) rabbitmqctl(1) EXAMPLES
# I am a complete /etc/rabbitmq/rabbitmq-env.conf file. # Comment lines start with a hash character. # This is a /bin/sh script file - use ordinary envt var syntax NODENAME=hare This is an example of a complete /etc/rabbitmq/rabbitmq-env.conf file that overrides the default Erlang node name from "rabbit" to "hare". AUTHOR
The RabbitMQ Team <info@rabbitmq.com> RabbitMQ Server 06/22/2012 RABBITMQ-ENV.CONF(5)

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