[ejabberd] ejabberd and http-bind - optimization tips
kirk.bateman at gmail.com
Thu May 6 19:00:51 MSD 2010
Punjab certainly gave me better performance initially (better memory usage
too for TLS connections).
However, that was before the last few versions of ejabberd which have had
some changes to the http_bind module, so the benefits may have changed.
However, punjab was needed anyway so we could support JIDs from other
On 6 May 2010 15:52, Badlop <badlop at gmail.com> wrote:
> 2010/5/5 sofia cardita <sofiacardita at gmail.com>:
> > What is the best setup for an ejabberd server that only serves through
> > What kind of things should I look out for? Currently we're serving
> > nginx and we notice the server gets slower as more clients add up, even
> > a small number of clients, eg. 20. This is really bad so what should be
> > to avoid this?
> Disclaimer: I know little about BOSH protocol, its ejabberd implementation,
> or how to improve its performance.
> You have:
> 1. BOSH client: ...
> 2. HTTP server: Nginx
> 3. BOSH service: ejabberd_http_bind inside ejabberd
> 4. XMPP server: ejabberd
> If you ran out of ideas for improvements in those programs,
> you can experiment with others:
> 2.b. Use mod_http_fileserver, maybe it has better performance
> 3.b. Use Punjab or other external BOSH service, maybe it has better
> If you try anything of this, probably other administrators (in the
> future) will be
> happy if you share your results: what give you better performance, and
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