On 30 July 2014 at 05:45:03, Scott McFadden ([hidden email]) wrote:
> > I then restarted the RabbitMQ service via the MMC snapin for
> Unfortunately, the log files still write to C:\Users\smcfadden\AppData\Roaming\RabbitMQ
> instead of C:\Logs\RabbitMQ
This is a wild guess, but try reinstalling RabbitMQ server.
I haven't changed log file location, but I had issues with config file location on windows 2012, where RabbitMQ was reporting it couldn't find the file even though the file was there and was accessible. Also changing config file location in env. variable didn't help. But reinstalling RabbitMQ service worked.
On Wednesday, 30 July 2014 02:42:53 UTC+1, Scott McFadden wrote:
I installed RabbitMQ 3.3.0 on our dev Win2008R2 box as my domain user acme\smcfadden. After install was complete, I changed the Windows service identity
from amce\smcfadden to acme\rabbitservice (acme\rabbitservice is a local admin). Also, I added the following system level environment variable:
RABBITMQ_LOG_BASE = C:\Logs\RabbitMQ
I then restarted the RabbitMQ service via the MMC snapin for services.
Unfortunately, the log files still write to C:\Users\smcfadden\AppData\Roaming\RabbitMQ instead of C:\Logs\RabbitMQ