[ejabberd] Re: Highly Available setup Qs
akrherz at iastate.edu
Tue Dec 19 20:30:45 MSK 2006
On Sun, 10 Dec 2006, Daryl Herzmann wrote:
> I'm investigating how to setup ejabberd for high availability. My userbase
> will probably never exceed the capacity of a single machine, but I need a
> jabber service that will have near 0 downtime (live failover, am I dreaming
> here?) on a small budget.
> So my current thought is to Linux Virtual Server and float a virtual IP
> between two real servers (ejabberd nodes). Effectively, one cluster node
> would always have all of the users on it, but that isn't a concern.
> Looking through the docs I notice that mod_muc is not cluster friendly. I
> definetely need MUC support, so will this be a show stopper for attempting
> this setup?
> Anybody have ideas / docs on the best way to approach this?
Hi, Anybody have comments? Am I missing something obvious?
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