Norman Rasmussen | 1 Jun 08:40 2007
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Re: transparent transports?

You might find that Openfire's gateway plugin is closest to what you want, but you'll never get 100% integration until the non-xmpp networks implement their own xmpp s2s gateways.

On 6/1/07, Luke -Jr <luke <at> dashjr.org> wrote:
Requiring the JID to be the same on MSN provides for better integration. MSN
access would imply Yahoo access too. AIM/ICQ are another problem altogether--
perhaps mappings would be required for them.

On Thursday 31 May 2007 16:02, Pedro Melo wrote:
> Hi,
>
> Is it possible to setup the current transports that way? I don't know
> of any server who would colaborate with the transports to do such a
> thing.
>
> Would it be possible to do? Probably yes.
>
> I don't know if it would be worth it. It seems a limitation requiring
> the Jabber ID to be the same as the MSN account. It would not work
> for any of the others (yahoo, aol, icq).
>
> Best regards,
>
> On May 30, 2007, at 5:31 PM, Luke -Jr wrote:
> > Is it possible to setup transports such that the server manages them
> > completely? eg, when a user connects via XMPP, the transport
> > authenticates
> > them to the equivalent MSN account and provides normal <at> hotmail.com
> > and such?
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Christopher Zorn | 1 Jun 16:04 2007
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jabberd2 session manager

I recently tried to subscribe to the jabberd2 mailing list and it did
not work so I am gonna try here.

I am running jabberd2.1.6 and every now and then sm pegs the CPU at
100%. It causes all kinds of problems, for example slow iq queries.
These queries normally take less than a half a second but when the sm
acts up a response takes a few seconds or more. Or they never get a
result.

It will do this at random times for random lengths of time. The rest
of the computer's resources are not loaded. The logs do not give me
much information.

Has anyone experienced this? Or does anyone know what I can do to fix this?
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Christof Meerwald | 1 Jun 17:35 2007

Re: jabberd2 session manager

On Fri, 1 Jun 2007 10:04:25 -0400, Christopher Zorn wrote:
> I am running jabberd2.1.6 and every now and then sm pegs the CPU at
> 100%. It causes all kinds of problems, for example slow iq queries.

Have you tried looking at the system call trace of the sm process?

If you are on Linux, try "strace -p pid" (where pid is the pid of the sm
process) - maybe that will give a clue of what's wrong.

Of course, you could also try building a debug version and attaching gdb to
debug the process...

Christof

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Christopher Zorn | 1 Jun 22:40 2007
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Re: Re: jabberd2 session manager

On 6/1/07, Christof Meerwald <cmeerw <at> cmeerw.org> wrote:
> On Fri, 1 Jun 2007 10:04:25 -0400, Christopher Zorn wrote:
> > I am running jabberd2.1.6 and every now and then sm pegs the CPU at
> > 100%. It causes all kinds of problems, for example slow iq queries.
>
> Have you tried looking at the system call trace of the sm process?

I have used strace and everything seems ok to me, lots of epoll and
send and recvs.
I do get a lot of the following when it starts to bog down :

brk(0x144be000)                         = 0x144be000
brk(0x144df000)                         = 0x144df000
brk(0x14500000)                         = 0x14500000
brk(0x14521000)                         = 0x14521000
brk(0x14542000)                         = 0x14542000

That does not mean much to me. If it would be helpful to post the strace I can.

>
> If you are on Linux, try "strace -p pid" (where pid is the pid of the sm
> process) - maybe that will give a clue of what's wrong.
>
> Of course, you could also try building a debug version and attaching gdb to
> debug the process...
>

I am setting up a server that does have debug mode enabled and gonna
try and replicate this on a test server.

>
> Christof
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Thomas Merkel | 2 Jun 11:06 2007

jabberd14 'crypt' password storage in postgressql

Hi there,

i'm using jabberd14 (version 1.6.0) since yesterday. But i don't  find
any way to store the passwords (in postgres) as MD5 hash or SHA-1 or
otherway crypted. Is there any way to change it, or is there any patch
available for jabberd14?
I think it can be a big security risk to store passwords in plaintext in
the database.

Thanks,
Thomas 'DrScream' Merkel

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Denis Misiurca | 2 Jun 11:13 2007
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Re: jabberd14 'crypt' password storage in postgressql


Thomas Merkel wrote:
> Hi there,
> 
> i'm using jabberd14 (version 1.6.0) since yesterday. But i don't  find
> any way to store the passwords (in postgres) as MD5 hash or SHA-1 or
> otherway crypted. Is there any way to change it, or is there any patch
> available for jabberd14?

I know this is possible in ejabberd using external authentication
script, but this way forces to use plain text authentication, and TLS
must be used for secure auth
Fadil Khodabuccus | 2 Jun 14:08 2007
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Remote Administration

Hi,

I just want to know if I can remotely administer to the jabberd2 server like 
the one from SoapBox Administrator.

I want an administration tool that can, for example, manage the rosters 
remotely.

Is this really possible ?

Thanx
Fadil.

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Thomas Merkel | 2 Jun 15:39 2007

bouncing a routed packet - Internal Delivery Error

Hello,

i know this error will be found in millions of mailinglists, and
everybody said it was an dns problem.
Here is the output from the logfile:

--snip--
20070602T13:28:55: [notice] (freamware.net): bouncing a routed packet to
drscream <at> freamware.net from sessions.freamware.net: Internal Delivery Error
--snap--

I didn't think it was an dns problem, 'freamware.net' is my domain and
it bind to my server. I don't know where the problem can be.

(Using: jabberd14 - version 1.6.0)

Thanks,
Thomas 'DrScream' Merkel

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abhishek jain | 2 Jun 15:56 2007

Re: Brower to client chat servers wanted

Hi.
Is there a free option available to initiate chat from web-site to  a client,
Thanks,
Abhishek jain

 
On 4/1/07, abhishek jain <mail <at> ejain.com> wrote:

Hi,
Is there a free to use option available,
Thanks,
Abhishek
 
On 3/31/07, Matt Tucker < matt <at> jivesoftware.com> wrote:
Abhishek,
 
Check out the Fastpath feature that's part of Openfire Enterprise:
 
 
Regards,
Matt

From: jadmin-bounces <at> jabber.org [mailto: jadmin-bounces <at> jabber.org] On Behalf Of abhishek jain
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To: jadmin <at> jabber.org
Subject: [jadmin] Brower to client chat servers wanted

 
Hi friends,
I am looking for a jabber product that can server mine rquiement of live support system,
is it possible ,
also can i provide such a sol for mine customers also eg. in virtual doamins etc.
thansk,
Abhishek

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Norman Rasmussen | 2 Jun 16:59 2007
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Re: Brower to client chat servers wanted

try: http://livechat2im.com/

On 6/2/07, abhishek jain <mail <at> ejain.com> wrote:
Hi.
Is there a free option available to initiate chat from web-site to  a client,
Thanks,
Abhishek jain

 
On 4/1/07, abhishek jain <mail <at> ejain.com > wrote:

Hi,
Is there a free to use option available,
Thanks,
Abhishek
 
On 3/31/07, Matt Tucker < matt <at> jivesoftware.com> wrote:
Abhishek,
 
Check out the Fastpath feature that's part of Openfire Enterprise:
 
 
Regards,
Matt

From: jadmin-bounces <at> jabber.org [mailto: jadmin-bounces <at> jabber.org] On Behalf Of abhishek jain
Sent: Saturday, March 31, 2007 5:05 AM
To: jadmin <at> jabber.org
Subject: [jadmin] Brower to client chat servers wanted

 
Hi friends,
I am looking for a jabber product that can server mine rquiement of live support system,
is it possible ,
also can i provide such a sol for mine customers also eg. in virtual doamins etc.
thansk,
Abhishek

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