Following the instructions in this thread, I've managed to get RabbitMQ partially up and running (for the user account groundenergy), but I cannot connect to it via Celery through my Django application. Here's what I've done/ where I am at:
I don't think RabbitMQ is quite perfectly installed. I can run rabbitmq-server and see it in netstat on the proper port (because I have set the port in my environment variables), but
Any idea why Django can't connect to Rabbit? Based on this link, I'm not sure Rabbit is listening on the right port. I'm not 100% clear on how to configure that, since 95Rabbit's documentation95 says you can only use a file under /etc to configure it, which we don't have access to on WebFaction.
Seems obvious now: I needed to run rabbitmq-server to be able to run