Occasionally, RabbitMQ fails to restart. This can be an important issue in case the broker contains persistent data; otherwise, it's enough to reset the broker persistent state.
To run this recipe, you just need a test RabbitMQ broker.
We are going to destroy all the previously defined data—avoid using a production instance.
To clean-up RabbitMQ, it's enough to follow these simple steps:
The Mnesia database contains all the runtime definitions of RabbitMQ: queues, exchanges, ...