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The show rabbitmq_queues command checks the status of the RabbitMQ queue. This command only checks the status of the queue, but does not increase the count. 

Use this command mainly as a diagnostic command to be used when you encounter problems related to RabbitMQ. Typically, the queue length must be close to 0; big numbers (in thousands or millions) indicate RabbitMQ issues.

 Use the show rabbitmq_queues command to check the status of the RabbitMQ queue in the following scenarios:

  • When you install or remove the Threat Analytics license
  • When Threat Analytics is running
  • When you start or stop the threat analytics service
  • When a large number of domains is queried
  • When the Outbound service is running
  • When you add or remove an endpoint
  • When an HA failover occurs
  • When you add a member to a Grid Master
  • During a Grid Master promotion
  • When you add or remove a reporting member to or from a Grid
  • When you install or remove an RPZ license
  • When you install or remove a Threat Protection license
  • On an IB-FLEX appliance
  • When you perform an Amazon Web Services (AWS) Route 53 synchronization for zones and records
  • When you restore or back up the database
  • After an auto-synchronization of an ND member
  • When you restore a Grid


show rabbitmq_queues

This command has no arguments.


Infoblox > show rabbitmq_queues
Listing queues....
analytics_dnst_blacklist_queue 0
aws_route53_q 0
sddc_gm 0
sddc_vnode 0
Grid information (OID, host name, virtual IP): 0
infoblox.localdomain "IP of the VM"
Total no. nodes
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