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Docker configs for RabbitMQ cluster
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Local rabbitmq cluster set-up using Docker


  • git clone
  • Run docker pull cbirajdar/rabbitmq to pull the image from DockerHub or Run docker build -t cbirajdar/rabbitmq . in the root directory
  • Make sure that the docker image is pulled/built successfully
    • Run docker images to verify that the built images shows up in the local repository


You can run the cluster in two ways:

  • Using docker-compose
    • cd cluster && docker-compose up -d
  • Using docker run
    • docker run -p 5672:5672 -p 15672:15672 --hostname rabbitmq1 --name rabbitmq1 cbirajdar/rabbitmq
    • docker run -p 5673:5672 -p 15673:15672 --hostname rabbitmq2 --name rabbitmq2 --link rabbitmq1 cbirajdar/rabbitmq
    • docker run -p 5674:5672 -p 15674:15672 --hostname rabbitmq3 --name rabbitmq3 --link rabbitmq1 --link rabbitmq2 cbirajdar/rabbitmq


Visit the following links in the browser to make sure rabbitmq admin console is running.

Running simple tests against the cluster

Stop and Destroy nodes

  • Stop and rm containers
    • docker stop $(docker ps -f "name=rabbitmq*" -a -q)
    • docker rm $(docker ps -f "name=rabbitmq*" -a -q)
  • Remove docker image
    • docker rmi $(IMAGE_ID)
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