[JDEV] Essential files for jabber server
Kevin.C.Hollenshead at mail.sprint.com
Wed Feb 6 10:12:33 CST 2002
You should only need to keep the jabberd executable (in the jabberd/ directory), any .so files (in the module subdirectories unless you compiled static), the xml config file, anything under your spool directory (the user files and JUD if you have a JUD
running). All the Makefiles, READMEs, .c, .h, .o and the entire pth-xxx subdirectory can be deleted. I made a logs subdirectory and have some scripts in the main directory, so I keep those as well. That should pretty much be it.
John.M.Reinke at mail.sprint.com wrote:
> I need to make an installation package of the precompiled server for
> internal use, and I wanted to know which files should be copied in order
> for it to run on a different machine (with fresh OS install). There is
> apparently more to this than I expected, since I copied the jabber-1.4
> directory structure on the same machine and found that the copied jabberd
> was using files from the original jabber-1.4 structure.
> Since I compiled the jabber server from the source, I've got a ton of
> files in my /usr/local/jabber-1.4 directory structure, but I shouldn't
> need a 12 MB package just for the jabber server, JUD and conferencing,
> should I? Do I need to keep the *.o files, etc? What about all the files
> in the pth-1.3.7 directory and the pth-1.3.7/.libs directory?
> What should I keep?
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