[ejabberd] Preferred MUC clustering method

Lee Azzarello lee at dropio.com
Thu Mar 19 20:53:23 MSK 2009


Store the muc rooms on disk on both nodes.

-lee

On Thu, Mar 19, 2009 at 12:48 PM, Eric Rivas <kc2hmv at jla.rutgers.edu> wrote:
> I've setup a two node ejabberd cluster with clustered mod_muc.  I would like
> to set it up so if any node fails, the other can resume with limited
> degradation (complete with mucs).
>
> Right now, I have it so that most mnesia table is duplicated on each node (I
> basically did an add_table_copy with the same table type on the second
> node).
>
> I had an incident where both node were brought down. I brought up the second
> node and it appears that the persistent mucs were not showing up. Does
> anyone know of a way to remedy this?
>
> The cluster is using ejabberd-2.0.4.
>
> --
> Eric Rivas
> kc2hmv at jla.rutgers.edu
>
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