[JDEV] GZipping Jabber Messages
Michael F Lin
MFLIN at us.ibm.com
Fri Jan 4 15:48:13 CST 2002
Keep in mind that the gzip data would have to be base64 coded, which would
increase its size by 33%. So you can run the statistics and figure out how
long your payloads have to be to get better than 33% compression ratios
with gzip, but I imagine it is quite long relative to the average since of
a Jabber packet (message/presence/iq).
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Hi, all. There's a good discussion going on over at the DotGNU Developer
list about gzip'ing the XML that is transmitted around on the DotGNU
Was wondering if it would be possible to incorporate the same thing for
future versions of the Jabber server? Is it feasible, anyway? They are
saying the trade-offs for extra resource consumption would not be bad at
all if designed into the server properly, and would reduce bandwidth
very dramatically (like by 80%, i think). This would be useful for
high-volume servers with enough processing power, i think...
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