Hi,
I'm getting the dreaded "Processing Error" error frames back from a
2.7.0 broker.

I'm looking at the rabbitmq log messages, but I'm not sure how to
interpret them to determine what's wrong. This is what they say (may wrap)
PS. This is going via the STOMP adaptor.
Thanks in advance,
Toby

=ERROR REPORT==== 6-Dec-2011::10:16:20 ===
STOMP error frame sent:
Message: "Processing error"
Detail: "Processing error\n"
Server private detail: {noproc,
{gen_server,call,
[<0.27.170>,
{call,
{'basic.publish',0,<<"amq.topic">>,
<<"websurvey.adonai.1234">>,false,false},
{amqp_msg,
{'P_basic',undefined,undefined,
[{<<"content-length">>,longstr,<<"2">>},
{<<"x-method">>,longstr,<<"deploy">>}],
undefined,undefined,undefined,

<<"/topic/websurvey.commander.9923">>,undefined,
undefined,undefined,undefined,undefined,
undefined,undefined},
<<"{}">>},
<0.17.170>},
infinity]}}

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  • Simon MacMullen at Dec 6, 2011 at 10:56 am
    Hi Toby.

    That error is saying that the STOMP adaptor tried to publish a message
    into the broker but the channel it was aiming to publish to had died -
    in other words it's a second order problem. Are there other errors
    before it in the log?

    Cheers, Simomn
    On 06/12/11 10:24, Toby Corkindale wrote:
    Hi,
    I'm getting the dreaded "Processing Error" error frames back from a
    2.7.0 broker.

    I'm looking at the rabbitmq log messages, but I'm not sure how to
    interpret them to determine what's wrong. This is what they say (may wrap)
    PS. This is going via the STOMP adaptor.
    Thanks in advance,
    Toby

    =ERROR REPORT==== 6-Dec-2011::10:16:20 ===
    STOMP error frame sent:
    Message: "Processing error"
    Detail: "Processing error\n"
    Server private detail: {noproc,
    {gen_server,call,
    [<0.27.170>,
    {call,
    {'basic.publish',0,<<"amq.topic">>,
    <<"websurvey.adonai.1234">>,false,false},
    {amqp_msg,
    {'P_basic',undefined,undefined,
    [{<<"content-length">>,longstr,<<"2">>},
    {<<"x-method">>,longstr,<<"deploy">>}],
    undefined,undefined,undefined,

    <<"/topic/websurvey.commander.9923">>,undefined,
    undefined,undefined,undefined,undefined,
    undefined,undefined},
    <<"{}">>},
    <0.17.170>},
    infinity]}}


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  • Toby Corkindale at Dec 6, 2011 at 11:18 pm

    On 06/12/11 21:56, Simon MacMullen wrote:
    Hi Toby.

    That error is saying that the STOMP adaptor tried to publish a message
    into the broker but the channel it was aiming to publish to had died -
    in other words it's a second order problem. Are there other errors
    before it in the log?
    Five seconds earlier there was an error:
    =ERROR REPORT==== 6-Dec-2011::10:16:15 ===
    connection <0.20.170>, channel 1 - error:
    {amqp_error,precondition_failed,"unknown delivery tag 2",'basic.ack'}

    It didn't look like that has caused the application to fail, but are you
    saying it is probably related?

    It's not entirely clear what that error means to me either, other than
    that there was a problem with an ack somewhere. (Which I'll try and
    track down now)


    Is there a way to decode these error reports?
    As someone who isn't familiar with Erlang, nor the internal source code
    of RMQ, these errors are quite daunting.

    Thanks again for your help,
    Toby
    On 06/12/11 10:24, Toby Corkindale wrote:
    Hi,
    I'm getting the dreaded "Processing Error" error frames back from a
    2.7.0 broker.

    I'm looking at the rabbitmq log messages, but I'm not sure how to
    interpret them to determine what's wrong. This is what they say (may
    wrap)
    PS. This is going via the STOMP adaptor.
    Thanks in advance,
    Toby

    =ERROR REPORT==== 6-Dec-2011::10:16:20 ===
    STOMP error frame sent:
    Message: "Processing error"
    Detail: "Processing error\n"
    Server private detail: {noproc,
    {gen_server,call,
    [<0.27.170>,
    {call,
    {'basic.publish',0,<<"amq.topic">>,
    <<"websurvey.adonai.1234">>,false,false},
    {amqp_msg,
    {'P_basic',undefined,undefined,
    [{<<"content-length">>,longstr,<<"2">>},
    {<<"x-method">>,longstr,<<"deploy">>}],
    undefined,undefined,undefined,

    <<"/topic/websurvey.commander.9923">>,undefined,
    undefined,undefined,undefined,undefined,
    undefined,undefined},
    <<"{}">>},
    <0.17.170>},
    infinity]}}


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  • Toby Corkindale at Dec 6, 2011 at 11:52 pm

    On 07/12/11 10:18, Toby Corkindale wrote:
    On 06/12/11 21:56, Simon MacMullen wrote:
    Hi Toby.

    That error is saying that the STOMP adaptor tried to publish a message
    into the broker but the channel it was aiming to publish to had died -
    in other words it's a second order problem. Are there other errors
    before it in the log?
    Five seconds earlier there was an error:
    =ERROR REPORT==== 6-Dec-2011::10:16:15 ===
    connection <0.20.170>, channel 1 - error:
    {amqp_error,precondition_failed,"unknown delivery tag 2",'basic.ack'}

    It didn't look like that has caused the application to fail, but are you
    saying it is probably related?

    It's not entirely clear what that error means to me either, other than
    that there was a problem with an ack somewhere. (Which I'll try and
    track down now)
    The error about basic.ack occurs when I'm doing a client acknowledge of
    a message that was received via a /temp-queue/.

    Avoiding it solves the current issue.
    Is there a way to decode these error reports?
    As someone who isn't familiar with Erlang, nor the internal source code
    of RMQ, these errors are quite daunting.

    Thanks again for your help,
    Toby
    On 06/12/11 10:24, Toby Corkindale wrote:
    Hi,
    I'm getting the dreaded "Processing Error" error frames back from a
    2.7.0 broker.

    I'm looking at the rabbitmq log messages, but I'm not sure how to
    interpret them to determine what's wrong. This is what they say (may
    wrap)
    PS. This is going via the STOMP adaptor.
    Thanks in advance,
    Toby

    =ERROR REPORT==== 6-Dec-2011::10:16:20 ===
    STOMP error frame sent:
    Message: "Processing error"
    Detail: "Processing error\n"
    Server private detail: {noproc,
    {gen_server,call,
    [<0.27.170>,
    {call,
    {'basic.publish',0,<<"amq.topic">>,
    <<"websurvey.adonai.1234">>,false,false},
    {amqp_msg,
    {'P_basic',undefined,undefined,
    [{<<"content-length">>,longstr,<<"2">>},
    {<<"x-method">>,longstr,<<"deploy">>}],
    undefined,undefined,undefined,

    <<"/topic/websurvey.commander.9923">>,undefined,
    undefined,undefined,undefined,undefined,
    undefined,undefined},
    <<"{}">>},
    <0.17.170>},
    infinity]}}


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