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From mARK bLOORE <mblo...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: getting info about queues and exchanges
Date Tue, 30 Jun 2009 15:26:43 GMT
Thanks for the suggestions.
I should have added some more info: I'm talking to someone else's RabbitMQ
server, which is AMQP 0.8.  qpid-tool hangs trying to connect to it, though
I can access it just fine using qpid in Python.  My problem is that I don't
know much about AMQP, and can't find good documentation, and I think I have
created queues during testing that are siphoning off messages from the
exchange that was created for me.  So I want to find and remove those
queues, and hopefully learn enough to keep from doing it again.

On Tue, Jun 30, 2009 at 4:33 AM, Gordon Sim <gsim@redhat.com> wrote:

> mARK bLOORE wrote:
>> Can I use Qpid to discover what queues are attached to an exchange,
>> what their characteristics are, and to remove unwanted ones?  Ideally
>> I would do this interactively in iPython.
> If you are using qpidd, the c++ broker, then you can use the 'qpid
> management framework' (QMF) to do this. See:
>  http://qpid.apache.org/qpid-management-framework.html
>  http://qpid.apache.org/qmf-python-console-tutorial.html
> You may also be interested in trying out qpid-tool, which is a command line
> utility that uses QMF to provide interactive querying of the sorts of
> information you describe.
> There is also QMan, which also utilises QMF, and allows you to query and
> manage the broker via any JMX based console.
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mARK bLOORE <mbloore@gmail.com>

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