I am working on a remote server with CentOS 7 as its OS and my job is to install and run RabbitMQ on it. Due to some work-related reasons, I am only allowed to install packages on the
/home/sysadmin/service folder, and hence I use the
mv command to move erlang and rabbitmq from their initial locations (
/usr/lib/rabbitmq, respectively) to
/home/sysadmin/service. After doing that, I encourtered these errors:
./erl, I got:
./erl: line 34: /usr/lib64/erlang/erts-18.104.22.168/bin/erlexec: No such file or directory
sudo ./rabbitmqctl status or any other rabbitmqctl command, I got:
unable to perform an operation on node 'rabbit@USERNAME'
I have tried adding the new location of the bin folders of both erl and rabbitmq to PATH but things still didn't work. I have also tried looking for answers on Google but nothing seems to resolve my issues. Can anyone provide me with a solution and an explanation for why this happens? Thanks in advance!
You can't move Erlang this way. You would have to compile it yourself and specify the installation directory as arguments to
Whatever your reasons are, the headaches aren't worth doing this.