[ejabberd] ejabberd vs Jabber XCP
stpeter at jabber.org
Fri May 5 23:29:24 MSD 2006
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Joel Reymont wrote:
> On May 5, 2006, at 6:31 PM, Peter Saint-Andre wrote:
>>> I figured 10 or more pizza boxes plus a couple of Catalyst switches.
>>> Those run at 5-7k and there's some sort of a management thing that costs
>> Those numbers sound like overkill based on what I know.
> What would be more reasonable numbers? I suppose they will apply to
> ejabberd as well.
Why do you assume that? The memory footprint etc. might be very
different between the two codebases.
>> Until last week, Peter Millard would have been a good person to talk
>> with since he was server team lead at Jabber Inc. also the main admin
>> for the jabber.org server (which he transitioned to ejabberd at the end
>> of February).
> This is the part that I don't get. A server team lead for Jabber Inc.
> and the main admin for jabber.org transitioned it to a competing open
> source product? If that's not a case of NOT eating your own dog food
> then I don't know what is. I would have expected Peter to run jabber.org
> on Jabber XCP to showcase its capabilities, robustness, resilience, etc.
See my other post.
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