[jdev] scaling a component

Downing, Thomas Thomas.Downing at ipc.com
Tue Dec 16 07:00:30 CST 2008


And if more adventurous, you might look at IPVS.  We
use this approach in our specialized telephony server
product.

td

-----Original Message-----
From: jdev-bounces at jabber.org on behalf of Tomasz Sterna
Sent: Tue 12/16/2008 7:55 AM
To: Jabber/XMPP software development list
Subject: Re: [jdev] scaling a component
 
Dnia 2008-12-15, pon o godzinie 20:50 +0100, Simon Tennant pisze:
> * Have the client do a disco query at startup and then choose a random
> leaf from a branch: household-staff.buddycloud.com
>         butler01.household-staff.buddycloud.com
>         butler02.household-staff.buddycloud.com
>         etc.

You may use <redirect/> error condition to direct users from
household-staff to butlerX.household-staff

> * have all the butlers go through a proxy butler that is registered on
> the sever which then load-balances between different dedicated
> butlers.

You may also have a central hub that uses <see-other-host/> error
condition to redirect S2S traffic to dedicated hosts.

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