Hope all is well with all of y’all!
Tutor is fantastic, really excited about it!
I wanted to reach out to gain some insight as to the possibility of not having to have to use a RabbitMQ User that is Admin?
set_user_tags ourTutorRabbitMQUser administrator sudo rabbitmqctl set_permissions -p / ourTutorRabbitMQUser .* .* .*
I know we have been giving the RabbitMQ user admin access, is that needed?
Looks like in the docker compose celery is run as root, is that perhaps why we need to have our RabbitMQ User have admin access?
C_FORCE_ROOT: "1" # run celery tasks as root #nofear
command: ./manage.py cms celery worker --loglevel=info -- hostname=edx.cms.core.default.%%h --maxtasksperchild 100 --exclude- queues=edx.lms.core.default command: ./manage.py lms celery worker --loglevel=info -- hostname=edx.lms.core.default.%%h --maxtasksperchild 100 --exclude- queues=edx.cms.core.default
And by default it seems to be building queues with unique GUID’s as well, so I am kinda guessing that the OpenEdX platform by default wants admin access to RabbitMQ?
I apologize for my level of “greenhorn” stature with the project and OpenEdX as a whole.
Thanks for any thoughts, inputs, hazings and help!