[Standards] error 503 in MUC
asterix at lagaule.org
Mon Oct 12 15:43:24 CDT 2009
Joe Hildebrand wrote:
> 503 often means a server-to-server delivery problem, too. Are you sure that
> the server you're specifying is reachable from your server?
> On 10/12/09 2:11 PM, "Yann Leboulanger" <asterix at lagaule.org> wrote:
>> When we try to join a room and get such an answer:
>> <presence from='room at server/nick' to='jid' type='error' id='816'>
>> <error code='503' type='cancel'>
>> <service-unavailable xmlns='urn:ietf:params:xml:ns:xmpp-stanzas'/>
>> Does this mean the room is not joinable (it's what XEP86 says)?
>> Or does this mean maximum number of participant has been reached (it's
>> ehat XEP45 says)?
>> I know XEP 86 is deprecated, but at least ejabberd still implement that,
>> and it returns the exact same answer in both case. I'm not sure which
>> XEP is wrong, if any ...
yep, I'm sur it's available when I get the 503 answer because of max
users. I connected to use a few seconds before when there wwas less
occupants. And in XEP 45 503 is max users:
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