[Operators] Server Software Choice

David Banes david at banes.org
Fri Apr 24 01:12:53 CDT 2009


+1 for that - ejabberd is very stable.

On 24/04/2009, at 3:41 PM, Mickaël Rémond wrote:

> It depends on your usage but normally it should not break easily. We  
> have many examples of uptime more than 6 months. Some servers have  
> been running for more than One year.
>
> -- 
> Mickaël Rémond
> http://www.process-one.net/
>
> Le 24 avr. 09 à 07:15, "Luke-Jr" <luke at dashjr.org> a écrit :
>
>> On Thursday 23 April 2009 11:39:10 pm Nickola Kolev wrote:
>>> On Thu, 23 Apr 2009 23:03:40 -0500
>>>
>>> "Luke-Jr" <luke at dashjr.org> wrote:
>>>> On Thursday 23 April 2009 06:04:52 pm Will Tatam wrote:
>>>>> Out of interest I see almost everyone seems to be running ejabberd
>>>>> these days, this because they have had issues with jabberd14 or
>>>>> jabberd2 or just gone for ejabberd due to it's scaling options,
>>>>> should that be required ?
>>>>
>>>> My own personal experience is that all the jabberds are horribly
>>>> unreliable. I use ejabberd because it has problems the least.
>>>> But good luck fixing it if it *does* break. :/
>>>
>>> Yeah, {for} example {{if}} something in {{the} config file  
>>> breaks}};,
>>> go and {[find]} it through all the brackets, semicolons and commas  
>>> out
>>> there. }:]
>>
>> Usually I don't change anything when stuff breaks. :/
>>
>> Luke
>>

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