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RabbitMQ Part 2: Setup RabbitMQ Management

Once you’ve set up your RabbitMQ Server, you may enable the plugin for RabbitMQ Management to track what’s going on in your RabbitMQ Server:
rabbitmq-plugins enable rabbitmq_management

Afterwards, add an admin user (luvelle is the username, luvellePassword is the corresponding password):
rabbitmqctl add_user luvelle luvellePassword
rabbitmqctl set_user_tags luvelle administrator

Set permissions for luvelle in vhost “/”:
rabbitmqctl set_permissions -p / luvelle ".*" ".*" ".*"

Now, you may login to your RabbitMQ Management via your web browser:
Port 15672 is the default port to run this system. Make sure it is open (follow instructions here if you do not know how to do so).

Once you’re logged in with your new user, in my case, luvelle, go to the Admin tab to disable adminstrator rights and change the password for your guest user. This is important as you do not want others logging in as guest and performing jobs that require administrator rights!

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