Hi

On 23 Mar 2013, at 03:01, carlhoerberg wrote:
RabbitMQ 3.0.4, Erlang R14B04. Ubuntu 12.04, installed with apt-get install
from your ppa, nothing custom at all.

I would strongly advise you to upgrade to the latest erlang if possible. Many very important bug fixed have been incorporated since R14B.

I had no problems with file corruption as far as i know. [snip]
Yes, I was "killing" the nodes, with kill -9

You shouldn't (have to) be doing that, obviously. It's possible (though somewhat unlikely) that a brutal kill might've let your file system in an inconsistent state.

No, haven't touched the backing queue or anything like that.

Is there anything else in the logs you can give us to go on?


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