Would you like to learn how to do a RabbitMQ installation on Ubuntu Linux? In this tutorial, we are going to show you how to install RabbitMQ on a computer running Ubuntu Linux.

• Ubuntu 20
• Ubuntu 19
• Ubuntu 18
• RabbitMQ 3.8.4

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Tutorial RabbitMQ - Installation on Ubuntu Linux

Use apt-get to install the required packages.

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Download and install the RabbitMQ repository key.

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Add the RabbitMQ repository to your Ubuntu Linux.

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Update the APT-GET database and install the RabbitMQ package.

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Configure the RabbitMQ service to start automatically

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Start the RabbitMQ service.

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Use the NETSTAT command to verify if the service is running on ports 5672 and 25672.

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In our example, the RabbitMQ service is running on ports 5672 and 25672.

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Congratulations! You have finished the RabbitMQ installation on Ubuntu Linux.

Tutorial RabbitMQ - Web interface

Create a new administrator account.

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In our example, we created an account named Admin using the password kamisama123.

Enable the required RabbitMQ plugin.

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Here is the command output.

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The RabbitMQ web interface will be available on the TCP port 15672.

Open your browser and enter the IP address of your RabbitMQ server plus :15672

In our example, the following URL was entered in the Browser:


The RabbitMQ web interface should be displayed:

RabbitMq login

On the login screen, use the administrator account created.

• Username: Admin
• Password: kamisama123

After a successful login, you will be sent to the RabbitMQ Dashboard.

RabbitMQ Dashboard

Congratulations! You have finished the installation of the RabbitMQ web interface.