[jadmin] scalability

Gonzalo Barrio gbarrio at novamens.com
Fri Aug 19 10:11:43 CDT 2005


I am using kernel 2.6.11, debian sarge distribution. It's native to
kernel 2.6 you don't have to do anything else, only choose epoll in the
configure script " --enable-mio=epoll "

Gonzalo Barrio

Billy Gray wrote:

>Gonzalo,
>
>Did you apply the epoll patch to your kernel, or what it how your 
>distribution was configured? If you did the patch yourself, I'd be curious 
>if you have any notes on it?
>
>Thanks!
>Billy
>
>On 8/17/05, Gonzalo Barrio <gbarrio at novamens.com> wrote:
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>>If you use epoll as your mio backend, you can support more than 8000
>>users, (tested by me) with the last lemming patch I think that this can
>>scale more and more lke 15000 and 20000 users onlinewith a single c2s.
>>
>>Gonzalo Barrio
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>>
>>Felipe wrote:
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>>>What do you have to tell me about jabberd2 scalability??? How many users 
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>>can
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>>>it support fine? I have a big machine like a xeon 3ghz 1gb ram.
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