Saturday, January 26, 2013

Enabling RabbitMQ Management Console

This is an article in the RabbitMQ Configuration and Management Series.  For more articles like this, please visit the series' index.

  1. Ensure RabbitMQ is running.
    sudo service rabbitmq-server start
  2. Enable the RabbitMQ Management Console
    sudo rabbitmq-plugins enable rabbitmq_management
  3. Restart RabbitMQ.
    sudo service rabbitmq-server restart
iptables is turned on automatically with a CentOS install. In order to visit the RabbitMQ Management Console, you will need to either turn iptables off (sudo service iptables stop) or configure iptables to allow connections on port 15672. For more oniptables and RabbitMQ, go to the "Configuring iptables for RabbitMQ" section.

Verify RabbitMQ Management Console

Open a browser to http://{broker_address}:15672/, where {broker_address} is either the host name or IP Address of your broker.
You should come to a login screen:
The username and password are both "guest". Once you log in, you will see the administrative interface:

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