[JDEV] Some Performance issues
jgeorgeson at unboundtech.com
Thu Sep 26 14:22:54 CDT 2002
from August 26 to today, here are my averages
212253 presence packets: min 84, avg 154, max 2273
67431 message packets: min 88, avg 236, max 113145
11669 iq packets: min 81, avg 368, max 6373
Sizes are in bytes. Not sure how many clients are logged in on average.
Peter Millard wrote:
> [Note: Some questions skipped]
>>1)What is the minimum bandwidth a Jabber Client need to connect to
> Minimum bandwidth?? Every client uses a long-lived tcp socket. I'm not sure
> we have stats on average packet length from clients. Perhaps others can
> comment about their # of simultaneous connections and what kind of
> connectivity they have.
>>3) Howmany concurrent users can use the latest version jabber-1.4.2.
>>server , which I downloaded from www.jabber.org????
> Currently, using the standard client connection module (pthsock), you'll be
> limited to 1000 connections. Newer client connection apps (like jadc2s) can
> handle more. Jadc2s for the 1.4.x servers can be found in cvs here:
>>4) Is there any limit in the number of users that can be added to a
>>buddy list??? Why I am asking this is , Yahoo Messenger allows only a
>>maximum of 100 users and it asks to remove a buddy if we tries to add
>>101th buddy. Is there any limitaiton in the Jabber Server.
>>5) Anybody started or planning to work on the VoIP module to be
>>included in the Jabber Technology???
> VoIP combined with jabber would happen out of band. Some folks out there
> have used jabber for session initiation, but I have not seen any protocol
> for doing this yet. It's a pretty trivial affair to encapsulate the Sess.
> Init stuff in normal jabber packets.
>>7) Is there any C# or VB.NET open source client available using
> Checkout jabber-net.. a set of libs for client and component development:
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