[JDEV] User logins slow down?

Dustin Puryear dpuryear at usa.net
Fri Aug 31 11:31:47 CDT 2001

On Thu, 2001-08-30 at 20:43, temas wrote:
> >and AIX it grows from .1 seconds to .7 seconds as n = 1 -> 1000.
> >
> >Is that expected? Should login time increase as the number of online
> >users increases?
> >
> >Regards, Dustin
> >
> Hrm... I'll have to look at some data structures, but I don't think it 
> would.  Unless is was traversing some list, but that doesn't make sense 
> for login.  I'm assuming this is jabberd 1.4.1?

That's what I was saying when I discussed this over here. I don't see
why additional logins would slow down jabberd, but it appears to be
doing just that. 

I performed a second test, just to confirm. I had a process logging in
1000 users, and I noticed login time went from .1 to .7 seconds as n1 =
1 -> 1000. Ok, so I started another process logging in users n2 = 1001
-> 2000. As n2 logged in it took the same amount of time as n1 was
taking at that time, and when I killed the first process (n1), n2's
login times decreased dramatically afterward, although there seemed to
be a initial pause as jabberd dropped the n1 users.

Regarding the version, I'm looking in the README and see Jabber 1.4.
Matt, is that correct?

Regards, Dustin

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