Use RabbitMQ Management API to export or import configuration.
Reset RabbitMQ node configuration.
Display RabbitMQ/Erlang version using essential utilities.
Node name is by default part of the location where the RabbitMQ data is stored, so you need to explicitly define static location to ensure that RabbitMQ data is always available in these rare cases when there is a possibility of node name change.
Specify RabbitMQ node name to use your own prefix or particular hostname.
Get and display RabbitMQ uptime measured in seconds using three different methods.
Install RabbitMQ message broker to queue and exchange messages.
RabbitMQ uses Bintray to provide official repositories for RabbitMQ message broker and Erlang, but there is a small catch as at this moment repository for Debian Buster does not contain RabbitMQ application…