[Standards] s2s and gracelessly broken streams

Peter Saint-Andre stpeter at jabber.org
Wed Mar 28 02:57:41 UTC 2007


Mridul wrote:
> Hi,
> 
>   Is there any best practices on how to handle broken s2s connection ?
> Two primary cases come to mind :
> 
> 1) Remote server went mia due to some transient network/other jitter and 
> recovers after "some" time (assume enough delay to cause tcp close) : so 
> contacts are still available.
> 2) Remote server went down and came back up after "some" time : so 
> contacts are no longer available.
> 
> (Another condition could be server closing the inbound/outbound socket 
> after some delay.)
> 
> In these cases, assume that unavailable presence was not sent.
> 
> How is contact's presence expected to be treated on the user's server ?

Good question. I'd be curious to hear how current implementations handle 
this. The options are not exactly appealing. :)

Peter

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Peter Saint-Andre
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