I’m a Newbe with Docker and I need your kind help with adding a Plugin to the RabbitMQ running on Docker.
I’m running RabbitMQ on Docker on Ubuntu 14.04 LTS.
I would like to add the “rabbitmq_delayed_message_exchange” on my RabbitMQ that is running on Docker, but it seems that I don’t know how to do so.
From my understanding, I need to remove the current running RabbitMQ container and add a new one which includes this plugin. Isn’t there a smarter way to add the plugin without removing a running container?
If there is a smarter way, such as running the command below, where should I save the plugin?
Here is the command I am using, and the error I receive. Where should I reside the Plugin?
“docker exec 7b0122d371f3 rabbitmq-plugins enable rabbitmq_delayed_message_exchange”
“Error: The following plugins could not be found:
Below is the Configuration I ran to build the RabbitMQ on Docker:
docker run -d -h host.docker
Thanks in advanced for your help.