The RabbitMQ deployment package contains a sequence software (referred to as "components") required for RabbitMQ to run. The important information such as the component name, installation directory path, configuration file path, port, version, etc. are listed below.
You can check the file path by the cmd
whereis of RabbitMQ, and we have prepared more detail for your reference
whereis rabbitmq-server whereis erlang #For Centos&Redhat rpm -ql rabbitmq-server rpm -ql erlang #For Ubuntu&Debian dpkg -L rabbitmq-server
RabbitMQ installation directory: /data/rabbitmq
RabbitMQ logs directory: /data/logs/rabbitmq
Erlang installation directory: /data/erlang
You can control(open or shut down) ports by Security Group Setting (opens new window) of your Cloud Server whether the port can be accessed from Internet.
You can run the cmd
netstat -tunlp to list all used ports, and we list the following most useful ports for you:
|HTTP||8161||HTTP requests for RabbitMQ Console||Required|
You can see the version from product page of Marketplace. However, after being deployed to your server, the components will be automatically updated, resulting in a certain change in the version number. Therefore, the exact version number should be viewed by running the command on the server:
# Linux Version lsb_release -a # erlang Version yum info erlang apt show erlang # RabbitMQ version rabbitmqctl status | grep RabbitMQ*