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    nano-stream-amqp

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    nano-stream-amqp

    A tiny and performant client that streams block data from a Nano currency node to an AMQP exchange for use in things like RabbitMQ.

    It builds on the socket stream of block data set up by the nano-stream-x library.

    Installation

    Install both nano-stream-x and nano-stream-amqp as global packages:

    npm install --global nano-stream-x
    npm install --global nano-stream-amqp
    

    Usage

    Start the stream

    nano-stream-x
    

    This will start a streaming server on 127.0.0.1:3000. To override these:

    nano-stream-x host=ip6-localhost port=3001
    

    Start the AMQP client

    nano-stream-amqp
    

    By default you will connect to amqp://guest:guest@localhost:5672. This URL includes authentication for your AMQP server in the format amqp://<username>:<password>@<host>:<port>. To connect to a different host, or with different credentials:

    nano-stream-amqp host=amqp://my_user:my_pass@localhost:5672
    

    Data will be sent to the default exchange amq.topic. To set a different exchange:

    nano-stream-amqp exchange=my_exchange
    

    To set a routing key:

    nano-stream-amqp routing_key=my_routing_key
    

    Set a number of publishing options like immediate, headers and many more through the publishing_opts argument as a stringified JSON value. See the node-ampq docs for full options.

    nano-stream-amqp publishing_opts='{"mandatory":true}'
    

    Configure your Nano node to send data to nano-stream-x

    Your Nano node is easily configured to send block processing data to a server (in this case nano-stream-x). See the wiki article (external link) for how to set this up.

    Install

    npm i nano-stream-amqp

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