[Members] jabber.org reliability/uptime

Nolan Eakins sneakin at semanticgap.com
Wed Jan 11 16:55:56 CST 2006

Hal Rottenberg wrote:
> On 1/11/06, Mickael Remond <mickael.remond at erlang-fr.org
>>>I resisted participating to this discussion until now to avoid the
>>shameless promotional plug.
>>Well, I think ejabberd can really do the job. It has been used on
> Well since you went ahead and named one, I have to name the other.  :)
>  Wildfire is also very easy to deploy.

EJabberd isn't hard to setup either assuming Erlang is in place, and it 
was the most scalable server out /[e]?jabberd[0-9]?/ back in the fall of 
'04 that I tried. It also comes with a web frontend, MUC, pub/sub, etc.

Setting up clustering was a different story, but I got it running on two 
comps here at home in a cluster after bruising my forehead quite 
extensively. You'll also need a complete mind-warp to hack at it. That's 
something I haven't tried to do yet.

- Nolan

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