[ejabberd] Clustering question...
Henrique Santos Fernandes
sf.rique at gmail.com
Sat May 26 00:51:37 MSK 2012
I mean like, 10k users and 1k concurrent is a lot of users for ejabberd to
It will be like gtalk, an jabber client on a webmail interface. bytheway,
dows anyone knows a good interface like it?
So to cluster mysql i just have to point the jabbers to the same mysql
and for mnesia share the databases and etc..
Another silly question, to backup the data, i will only need to backup the
I am using odbc drivers in mod_last_odbc, mod_offline_odbc,
mod_roster_odbc, mod_privacy_odbc, mod_private_odbc, mod_pubsub_odbc and
mod_vcard_odbc. I guess i am using all modules that have support for odbc.
Thanks a lot.
On Fri, May 25, 2012 at 4:30 PM, Daniel Dormont <dan at greywallsoftware.com>wrote:
> Clustering or no, you _have_ to use Mnesia for certain data elements,
> specifically live data such as user sessions.
> For everything else, MySQL is probably better than Mnesia if you
> anticipate a large number of registered users, lots of offline messages
> delivered to those users, and so forth.
> Clustering is probably better than not clustering if you anticipate lots
> of concurrent sessions and/or want to have hot failover capability in case
> a node goes down.
> On Fri, May 25, 2012 at 1:49 PM, Henrique Santos Fernandes <
> sf.rique at gmail.com> wrote:
>> So all that said, for best performance i should user odbc for data as
>> much as i can?
>> I am tring to set up a server that will have about 500 concurrent users.
>> And 6000 total user...
>> But it mugth inscrese a lot in a few months.
>> Should i use one node with mjnsia? or Cluster with mnesia?
>> Should i use one node with mysql? or Cluster with mysql?
>> Using mysql for ( roster, last, offline, privacy, private, pubsub and
>> vcard )
>> On Wed, May 9, 2012 at 4:54 AM, Stefan Strigler <steve at zeank.in-berlin.de
>> > wrote:
>>> Am 07.05.2012 um 19:03 schrieb Felix GV:
>>> > Regarding your other comment: I am surprised that you say the
>>> configuration of Mnesia should be the same on both/all nodes, because that
>>> would imply that Remote copies are never ok. Is that what you mean?
>>> Configuration of Mnesia should not be the same for all nodes. It's a per
>>> node trade off you have to figure out for yourself. Remote copies might
>>> very well be ok in certain cases, like when there's a lot of writes and no
>>> reads on a table of a node that has one or more 'master' nodes that
>>> actually hold the data.
>>> Regards, Steve
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