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RabbitMQ on Alpine Linux
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RabbitMQ on Alpine Linux Docker Image

This image provides RabbitMQ based on Alpine Linux latest stable version. All files are adapted from the original image at gonkulatorlabs/rabbitmq. Whilst the original image is based on alpine:3.2 with erlang packages from edge repository, this image always based on alpine:latest via bashell/alpine-bash.

Supported tags and respective Dockerfile links

Usage

The wrapper script starts RabbitMQ (with management plugin enabled), tails the log, and configures listeners on the standard ports:

  • 5671/tcp: Listening port when SSL is enabled
  • 5672/tcp: Non-SSL default listening port
  • 15671/tcp: SSL GUI listening port
  • 15672/tcp: Non-SSL GUI listening port

RabbitMQ's data is persisted to a volume at /var/lib/rabbitmq.

To enable SSL set the SSL_CERT_FILE, SSL_KEY_FILE, and SSL_CA_FILE environment variables. The wrapper script will use the same certs for GUI SSL access as for AMQPS access.

Examples:

# Run without TLS
docker run -d \
  --name rabbitmq \
  -p 5672:5672 \
  -p 15672:15672 \
  bashell/alpine-rmq:latest
# Run with TLS enabled
docker run -d \
  --name rabbitmq \
  -p 5671:5671 \
  -p 15671:15671 \
  -e SSL_CERT_FILE=/ssl/cert/cert.pem \
  -e SSL_KEY_FILE=/ssl/cert/key.pem \
  -e SSL_CA_FILE=/ssl/CA/cacert.pem \
  bashell/alpine-rmq:latest

Setting default user and password

(Only for 3.6.2 or newer)

If you wish to change the default username and password of guest / guest, you can do so with the RABBITMQ_DEFAULT_USER and RABBITMQ_DEFAULT_PASS environmental variables:

$ docker run -d \
  --name rabbitmq \
  -p 5672:5672 \
  -p 15672:15672 \
  -e RABBITMQ_DEFAULT_USER=user \
  -e RABBITMQ_DEFAULT_PASS=password \
  bashell/alpine-rmq:latest

Customizing

To set a custom config, ditch the wrapper script and call rabbitmq-server directly. Place the custom config in /srv/rabbitmq_server-VERSION/etc/rabbitmq/.

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