After deploying a vRealize Automation appliance, activate FQDN support in RabbitMQ. Activate before starting any installation type.

Procedure

  1. Log in as root to a console session on the vRealize Automation appliance.
  2. Stop the RabbitMQ service.

    service rabbitmq-server stop

  3. Open the following file in a text editor.

    /etc/rabbitmq/rabbitmq-env.conf

  4. Set the following property to true.

    USE_LONGNAME=true

  5. Save and close rabbitmq-env.conf.
  6. Reset RabbitMQ.

    vcac-vami rabbitmq-cluster-config reset-rabbitmq-node

  7. Verify that the RabbitMQ service is started.

    vcac-vami rabbitmq-cluster-config get-rabbitmq-status

What to do next

After deploying the vRealize Automation appliance and activating FQDN for RabbitMQ, you can log in to the browser-based administration interface to run the consolidated Installation Wizard or to manually configure the appliance.

https://vrealize-automation-appliance-FQDN:5480

Alternatively, you can skip logging in so that you can take advantage of vRealize Automation silent or API based installation.