dj.adams at pobox.com
Wed Jan 2 04:14:26 CST 2002
On Wed, Jan 02, 2002 at 04:54:27AM -0500, August Zajonc wrote:
> The current XML protocol seems to set up two TCP streams per client
> connection to the server. Curious if there has been or will be any effort to
There's actually only one TCP connection per client, but _within_ that
connection there are two document streams (one for client->server and
the other for server->client traffic).
> do a stateless version of the jabber transport in something like UDP which
I've not looked at it in a while, but jer did some work under the "WCS"
umbrella that allowed a stateless connection, the conversational elements
of which were carried via XML-RPC. Perhaps there's mileage in this.
There are a number of projects past and present whose purposes have been
to address areas of scalability; one current one, from the jabber.com stable,
is CCM (client connection manager). But I'll let someone else expand on
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