[jadmin] Capacity of Jabber Server 1.4 on Red Hat Linux
gang_l at 21cn.com
Mon Mar 5 22:01:46 CST 2001
Which type cluster?If we use LVS(linux virtual server),I think we have a lot of work to do.Because jabber server do not support clustring internal.
----- Original Message -----
From: Morris Wong<morriswg at glink.net.hk>
To: jadmin<jadmin at jabber.org>
Sent: 2001-3-6 11:09:00
Subject: RE: [jadmin] Capacity of Jabber Server 1.4 on Red Hat Linux
>Todd, thank you very much!
>I am looking for a workable solution to scale up
>the jabber server. Currently I am thinking to use
>linux cluster. With LDAP as the xdb, can the jabber
>server run on linux load balancing cluster?
>Since I am not familiar with the jabberd internal
>and the messaging, I don't know whether it is
>worthwhile to have a try.
>> From: Todd Bradley <TBradley at jabber.com>
>> To: "'jadmin at jabber.org '" <jadmin at jabber.org>
>> Subject: RE: [jadmin] Capacity of Jabber Server 1.4 on Red Hat Linux
>> Date: Mon, 5 Mar 2001 08:15:30 -0700
>> Reply-To: jadmin at jabber.org
>> The hardware that runs Jabber.com is supposedly
>> a quad processor P3 from VA Linux. I'm pretty
>> sure it's got Red Hat 6.2 (or VA's version of
>> that) as an OS. I have never actually seen the
>> thing, so I'm not sure. However, don't forget
>> that even if the hardware has 4 processors, the
>> Jabber server isn't taking advantage of them,
>> since it's not truly multithreaded. I think it
>> has 512 megs of RAM.
>> I don't have answers to your #2 and #3 questions.
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