[Operators] Server Software Choice

Maissel, Joe joe.maissel at credit-suisse.com
Fri Apr 24 08:11:24 CDT 2009


Would it be possible to have this is discussion in an XMPP based chat room?  I might be more lively, productive, and would minimize email traffic?  Peter? 

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From: operators-bounces at xmpp.org [mailto:operators-bounces at xmpp.org] On Behalf Of Mickael Remond
Sent: Friday, April 24, 2009 9:08 AM
To: XMPP Operators Group
Subject: Re: [Operators] Server Software Choice

Hello,

Jonathan Schleifer wrote:

> Am 24.04.2009 um 10:52 schrieb Mickael Remond:
>
>> On this specific topic, for those interested, we manage to run decent 
>> corporate server (more than 500 concurrent users) on a Linux PDA.
>
>
> ejabberd only performs without TLS. If you enable TLS, it eats 
> gigantic sums of RAM. For example, for only 10 online users, it eats 
> 90 MB for me (all using TLS, cert is 4096 bit). I really doubt that 
> 500 users using TLS will work on for example Christophes Zaurus (I 
> guess this is what you are referring to, right?) ;).

This is something we have optimised already.

> Same for PubSub in ejabberd, it doesn't scale very well, too. 2 days 
> ago, mod_caps would eat 100% CPU for a very long time on my server, 
> with only a few users. But fortunately, Christophe started rewriting 
> it :).

Same as well. We have a relational version and we have put lots of optimisation. Latest version performs well.

--
Mickaël Rémond
 http://www.process-one.net/

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