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Monitoring RabbitMQ with Zabbix

If you use RabbitMQ as your message oriented middleware and Zabbix as your monitoring and graphing tool, you're probably wondering how to monitor the former with the latter.

Here is the Zabbix Agent configuration I use to keep track of the number of messages pending delivery and the total number of queues (this second parameter may not make sense for you if you don't create a lot of dynamic queues):



As you can see, these user parameters are parameterized: they take a single parameter being the virtual host path that you want to monitor. Note also that the zabbix group must be added to the non-password sudoers for rabbitmqctl.

With these parameters in place, you'll be able to build graphs and set alarms for your favorite RabbitMQ virtual hosts!

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David Dossot has worked as a software engineer and architect for more than 14 years. He is a co-author of Mule in Action and is the project despot of the JCR Transport and a member of the Mule Community Committee. He is the project lead of NxBRE, an open source business rules engine for the .NET platform (selected for O'Reilly's Windows Developer Power Tools). He is also a judge for the Jolt Product Excellence Awards and has written several articles for SD Magazine. He holds a Production Systems Engineering Diploma from ESSTIN.