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RABBITMQ-SERVICE.BAT(8)	FreeBSD	System Manager's ManualRABBITMQ-SERVICE.BAT(8)

NAME
     rabbitmq-service.bat -- tool for managing RabbitMQ	Windows	service

SYNOPSIS
     rabbitmq-service.bat [command]

DESCRIPTION
     RabbitMQ is an open source	multi-protocol messaging broker.

     Running rabbitmq-service.bat allows the RabbitMQ broker to	be run as a
     service in	WindowsA(R) environments.  The RabbitMQ	broker service can be
     started and stopped using the WindowsA(R) services	panel.

     By	default	the service will run in	the authentication context of the lo-
     cal system	account.  It is	therefore necessary to synchronise Erlang
     cookies between the local system account (typically
     C:\Windows\.erlang.cookie and the account that will be used to run
     rabbitmqctl(8).

COMMANDS
     help    Display usage information.

     install
	     Install the service.  The service will not	be started.  Subse-
	     quent invocations will update the service parameters if relevant
	     environment variables were	modified.

     remove  Remove the	service.  If the service is running then it will auto-
	     matically be stopped before being removed.	 No files will be
	     deleted as	a consequence and rabbitmq-server(8) will remain oper-
	     able.

     start   Start the service.	 The service must have been correctly in-
	     stalled beforehand.

     stop    Stop the service.	The service must be running for	this command
	     to	have any effect.

     disable
	     Disable the service.  This	is the equivalent of setting the
	     startup type to Disabled using the	service	control	panel.

     enable  Enable the	service.  This is the equivalent of setting the
	     startup type to Automatic using the service control panel.

ENVIRONMENT
     RABBITMQ_SERVICENAME
	     Defaults to RabbitMQ.

     RABBITMQ_BASE
	     Note: Windows only. Defaults to the application data directory of
	     the current user. This is the location of log and database	direc-
	     tories.

     RABBITMQ_NODENAME
	     Defaults to "rabbit@".  followed by the computed hostname.	 Can
	     be	used to	run multiple nodes on the same host.  Every node in a
	     cluster must have a unique	RABBITMQ_NODENAME To learn more, see
	     the RabbitMQ Clustering guide:
	     https://www.rabbitmq.com/clustering.html

     RABBITMQ_NODE_IP_ADDRESS
	     By	default	RabbitMQ will bind to all IPv6 and IPv4	interfaces
	     available.	 This variable limits the node to one network inter-
	     face or address family.  To learn more, see the RabbitMQ
	     Networking	guide: https://www.rabbitmq.com/networking.html

     RABBITMQ_NODE_PORT
	     AMQP 0-9-1	and AMQP 1.0 port. Defaults to 5672.  To learn more,
	     see the RabbitMQ Networking guide:
	     https://www.rabbitmq.com/networking.html

     ERLANG_SERVICE_MANAGER_PATH
	     Defaults to C:\Program Files\erl{version}\erts-{version}\bin (or
	     C:\Program	Files (x86)\erl{version}\erts-{version}\bin for	64-bit
	     environments).  This is the installation location of the Erlang
	     service manager.

     RABBITMQ_CONSOLE_LOG
	     Set this variable to new or reuse to have the console output from
	     the server	redirected to a	file named SERVICENAME.debug in	the
	     application data directory	of the user that installed the ser-
	     vice.  Under Vista	this will be
	     C:\Users\AppData\username\SERVICENAME.  Under previous versions
	     of	Windows	this will be C:\Documents and
	     Settings\username\Application Data\SERVICENAME.  If
	     RABBITMQ_CONSOLE_LOG is set to new	then a new file	will be	cre-
	     ated each time the	service	starts.	 If RABBITMQ_CONSOLE_LOG is
	     set to reuse then the file	will be	overwritten each time the ser-
	     vice starts.  The default behaviour when RABBITMQ_CONSOLE_LOG is
	     not set or	set to a value other than new or reuse is to discard
	     the server	output.

SEE ALSO
     rabbitmqctl(8), rabbitmq-diagnostics(8), rabbitmq-plugins(8),
     rabbitmq-server(8), rabbitmq-queues(8), rabbitmq-upgrade(8),
     rabbitmq-env.conf(5), rabbitmq-echopid(8)

AUTHOR
     The RabbitMQ Team <info@rabbitmq.com>

RabbitMQ Server		      September	28, 2019	       RabbitMQ	Server

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