[jdev] Re: Re: Jabberd2 scalability
dombiak_gaston at hotmail.com
Wed Nov 24 11:06:08 CST 2004
What will the users be doing in the server concurrently? We are also
planning to add support for external components for the next version. That
could be of help if, for instance, you could have several external processes
offering the same service (e.g. MUC) but using a different JID for each
service (e.g. conference1.domain.com, conference2.domain.com, etc.). This
could help you distribute the service load between different
machines/processes. Note: This is not a real load balancing solution but
maybe it can be of help for you depending on your needs.
A real clustering or farming solution is in our roadmap but for future
"Gustavo García" <ggb at tid.es> wrote in message
news:0I7O003FLZAKHF at tid.hi.inet...
Thank you, but a question...
Although Jive Messenger will have s2s you will have to split your users in
different domains (@server1.domain.com, @server2.domain.com) for using it as
scalability mechanism, won't you?
Jabberd2 support s2s already and I think that it haven't horizontal
Thank you once more, best regards.
> -----Mensaje original-----
> De: jdev-bounces at jabber.org [mailto:jdev-bounces at jabber.org]
> En nombre de Gaston Dombiak
> Enviado el: miércoles, 24 de noviembre de 2004 14:51
> Para: jdev at jabber.org
> Asunto: [jdev] Re: Jabberd2 scalability
> Hola Gustavo,
> Jive Messenger is planning to support s2s in the 2.1 version
> which will allow you to scale horizontally (i.e. adding more
> -- Gato
> "Gustavo García" <ggb at tid.es> wrote in message
> news:0I7K00F1WYJ8UY at tid.hi.inet...
> > Hi,
> > It's possible to scale jabberd2, replicating router and sm
> > I know it's possible with C2S.
> > Other servers as OpenIM or Jive Messenger can be scaled using more
> > machines (instead more powerful machine) ?
> > Thank you very much.
> > G.
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