[Operators] Server Software Choice

Jonathan Schleifer js-xmpp-operators at webkeks.org
Fri Apr 24 09:13:14 CDT 2009

Mickael Remond <mickael.remond at process-one.net> wrote:

> > 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.

I'm running latest svn. And yet it eats 90 MB RAM.

> > 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.

No, this was with latest trunk. Before it was even worse.

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