Posts tagged 'monitoring'

Notify me when RabbitMQ has a problem

May 3, 2021 by David Ansari & Gerhard Lazu
If you want to be notified when your RabbitMQ deployments have a problem, now you can set up the RabbitMQ monitoring and alerting that we have made available in the RabbitMQ Cluster Operator repository. Rather than asking you to follow a series of steps for setting up RabbitMQ monitoring & alerting, we have combined this in a single command. While this is a Kubernetes-specific quick-start, and you can use these Prometheus alerts outside of Kubernetes, the setup will require more consideration and effort on your part.

Management plugin - preview release

September 7, 2010 by Simon MacMullen

The previously mentioned management plugin is now in a state where it’s worth looking at and testing. In order to make this easy, I’ve made a special once-only binary release just for the management plugin (in future we’ll make binary releases of it just like the other plugins). Download all the .ez files from here and install them as described here, then let us know what you think. (Update 2010-09-22: Note that the plugins referenced in this blog post are for version 2.0.0 of RabbitMQ. We’ve now released 2.1.0 - for this and subsequent versions you can get the management plugin from here).


Management, monitoring and statistics

August 6, 2010 by Simon MacMullen

For a long time the management and monitoring capabilities built into RabbitMQ have consisted of rabbitmqctl. While it’s a reasonable tool for management (assuming you like the command line), rabbitmqctl has never been very powerful as a monitoring tool. So we’re going to build something better.