The RabbitMQ environment variables

RabbitMQ environment variables is one of the configuration ways of RabbitMQ. Every operating system has its own set of environment variables for each user. Although operating systems has the ability to have environment variables, the way in which environment variables are changed is slightly different across operating systems.

In Unix-based operating systems, we can change the environment variables rather easily using the rabbitmq-env.conf file. In the environment configuration file, we can add the environment parameters as follows:

CONFIG_FILE=/etc/rabbitmq/testfile

After changing the rabbitmq-env.conf file, we have to restart the RabbitMQ server to reload the environment variables.

In Windows, we should use ...

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