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RabbitMQ Cookbook by Sigismondo Boschi, Gabriele Santomaggio

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Monitoring Shovel status

We have already seen in Chapter 7, Developing High-availability Applications, how to use the Shovel plugin. In this recipe, we are going to see how to monitor its correct behavior using an appropriate plugin. This is an extension of the rabbitmq_management plugin.

Getting ready

To test this recipe, we need two RabbitMQ brokers running. We will refer to them in this recipe as rabbit@node01 and rabbit@node02.

How to do it…

We assume that the two brokers are already running on their respective nodes. We will start configuring the broker on node01 with the configuration file that you can eventually copy and adapt from the one available in the book repository in Chapter07/Recipe05:

  1. In the RabbitMQ configuration file, generally ...

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