[jadmin] Minimal Jabber server

The Laptop Toting Assailant plarceny at semtex.iterror.org
Thu Mar 1 12:31:29 CST 2001


Never was that good at breaking down what was actually wrong with a
program after a compile and execution. I always just looked at the code
and made sure my code was written properly. Never used debug tools
before..

		-PL

On Thu, 1 Mar 2001, Ron Smits wrote:

> Why don't you run gdb against the core ? or strace -s 1024 -f -o 
> /tmp/jabbercore jabberd/jabberd?
> 
> This might help you in trying to get a grip on why it cores?
> 
> Ron Smits
> jabber-id: ron at ronsmits.org
> 
> The Laptop Toting Assailant wrote:
> 
> > Well, i'm not sure if this is cause for celebration or not... I am still
> > getting a bus error... I am thinking this is the result of the
> > modifications not being done to /proc (I'm still trying to figure this
> > out. Maybe if someone could point me in the right direction) 
> > 
> > But in the mean time it's good to know that this system _SHOULD_ run it.
> > Thanks alot for all your help.
> > 
> > 		-PL
> > 
> > On Thu, 1 Mar 2001, Peter Saint-Andre wrote:
> > 
> >> Sorry, I need to change the HOWTO text about system requirements -- I
> >> run a Jabber server on my P166 at home and it's quite happy. For 20
> >> users you won't need all that much RAM (you could probably get by even
> >> with 32 megs or something like that), unless their rosters are all huge
> >> like mine. :)
> >> 
> >> Peter
> >> 
> >> Julian Fitzell wrote:
> >> 
> >>> Don't know what that's referring to.. I'm running mine on RedHat 7.0 on an old Pentium 200 (MMX, though <grin>) with... umm.. 48M of ram I think... Works fine for a few users.
> >>> 
> >>> Julian
> >>> 
> >>> On 28/02/01 at 7:13 PM The Laptop Toting Assailant wrote:
> >>> 
> >>>> I don't know how much information you all have on this. But i am currently
> >>>> working to run a small jabber server on an old sparc 2 /64mb ram (RH5.2).
> >>>> The server compiles ok and everything, but when i run I get "bus error
> >>>> (Core dumped)"
> >>>> 
> >>>> After reading the "Jabber 1.4 HOWTO" I was rather dismayed to find that a
> >>>> "minimal system" usually starts with 256/512mb ram. Is there any way to
> >>>> cut down the amount of system requirements that jabber starts off with.
> >>>> 
> >>>> Such as with apache, you can set the number of servers spawned to a more
> >>>> moderate number. I am assuming that the "Bus Error" is being caused by the
> >>>> server attempting to allocate more memory than availible and thus crashing
> >>>> the server.
> >>>> 
> >>>> Perhaps someone knows enough about the internals to get this system
> >>>> running for ~20 users. Or maybe it just can't be supported...
> >>>> 
> >>>>               Thanks for any help.
> >>>> 
> >>>>                       -PL
> >>>> 
> >>>> **************************************************************
> >>>>       Petty Larceny - The Laptop Toting Assailant
> >>>> 
> >>>>       "Awww, without the grease this hotdog just
> >>>>               tastes like hog anus" -Homer Simpson
> >>>> **************************************************************
> >>>> 
> >>>> 
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