[JDEV] Performance

Jacob O'Reilly jacob at clear.net.nz
Tue Apr 25 00:28:44 CDT 2000

It strikes me that you would want to allow different policies for different classes of consumer.

Perhaps a system of groups/memberships and rules could be implemented.
    -----Original Message-----
    From: chetan s ithal <chetani at mahindrabt.com>
    To: jdev at jabber.org <jdev at jabber.org>
    Date: Tuesday, 25 April 2000 16:26
    Subject: Re: [JDEV] Performance
    Hi , 
            The real issue which I want to highlight is not spammers but the Scalability of Jabber . The tests which I performed on Jabber clearly showed that it slows down which is definitely not acceptable in real-life situations . Jabber has to be more scalable than it is now . Any Thoughts and Ideas ? 
    Regards , 
    chetan s . ithal 
    Bron Gondwana wrote: 

        >     No limitation..  Feature..  ;-P 
        >     Throwing a throttle on connections is meant to limit situations where an 
        > individual could attempt to bash the server (intentionally on other). 
        It may be worth giving an option to either disable this all together, or 
        preferably on a per-user basis.  I'm thinking about something like a 
        print server or syslog setup where you want high speed at _all_ times 
        often from a single "user". 

        Otherwise, sounds like a good idea!  Stop those id10t spammers. 

        Bron ( and accidents with broken clients too... ) 

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