Steven Livingstone | 9 Feb 08:53 2016
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mod_pubsub with riak?

Does anyone know if mod_pubsub supports riak or is mnesia or odbc the only options? Can't find much in the doco.

thanks,
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Pkg-xen-devel | 6 Feb 22:42 2016
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Fw: new message

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Gaurav Jain | 5 Feb 12:06 2016
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Strange Error in logs

I use stream management without resumption.

I see this in logs. 

packet {xmlel,<<"iq">>,[{<<"type">>,<<"error">>},{<<"xml:lang">>,<<"en">>},{<<"id">>,<<"23sGm-43">>}],[{xmlel,<<"bind">>,[{<<"xmlns">>,<<"urn:ietf:params:xml:ns:xmpp-bind">>}],[{xmlel,<<"resource">>,[],[{xmlcdata,<<"Smack">>}]}]},{xmlel,<<"error">>,[{<<"code">>,<<"503">>},{<<"type">>,<<"cancel">>}],[{xmlel,<<"service-unavailable">>,[{<<"xmlns">>,<<"urn:ietf:params:xml:ns:xmpp-stanzas">>}],[]}]}]}

packet {xmlel,<<"iq">>,[{<<"type">>,<<"error">>},{<<"xml:lang">>,<<"en">>},{<<"id">>,<<"23sGm-45">>}],[{xmlel,<<"session">>,[{<<"xmlns">>,<<"urn:ietf:params:xml:ns:xmpp-session">>}],[]},{xmlel,<<"error">>,[{<<"code">>,<<"503">>},{<<"type">>,<<"cancel">>}],[{xmlel,<<"service-unavailable">>,[{<<"xmlns">>,<<"urn:ietf:params:xml:ns:xmpp-stanzas">>}],[]}]}]}


Would you know the issue?

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Steven Livingstone | 4 Feb 12:42 2016
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eJabberd with Riak

Hi. I have configured a Riak cluster and all is well. I configured ejabberd.yml to talk to it but the last few lines I see in the logs re as below and I can't figure out how to debug it any further.  

Anyone able to help?

09:57:17.588 [debug] Supervisor ejabberd_sup started ejabberd_listener:start_link() at pid <0.278.0>

09:57:17.591 [info] Application protobuffs started on node ejabberd <at> xmpp

09:57:17.591 [info] Application riak_pb started on node ejabberd <at> xmpp

09:57:17.591 [info] Application riakc started on node ejabberd <at> xmpp

09:57:17.600 [debug] Supervisor inet_gethost_native_sup started undefined at pid <0.289.0>

09:57:17.600 [debug] Supervisor kernel_safe_sup started inet_gethost_native:start_link() at pid <0.288.0>

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Jérôme Sautret | 13 Jan 15:59 2016
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[ANN] ejabberd 16.01

This 'happy new year' release of ejabberd is the culmination of one
year of major improvements. This is yet another milestone for
ejabberd, being the starting point of a new phase of cleanup and
optimisations for your favourite server.

This release contains security fix for possible server spoofing with
brute force attack on the random number generation. Even if the issue
is difficult to exploit, it is recommended to upgrade your server if
you're using server-to-server (s2s) connections.

It also includes:
- better groupchat archiving support with MAM
- improved PubSub performances and control
- more shaper capabilities for listeners
- performance optimisation and lower memory consumption of the core
XML processing modules
- faster core routines

All our binary installers now provide each ejabberd dependency in its
own directory, following installation scheme of standard 'make
install' process.

Finally, as usual, we fixed bugs and improved many features across the
whole server.

As you see with the following changelog, we had a very busy holiday season :)

Here is the full list of changes:

## Changes

### Security
- Improve Dialback Key Generation and Validation support (XEP-0185)
- More generally, improve random number generator to avoid timing /
guessing attacks on any random value.

### Database
- Use BLOB instead of TEXT on mysql in stanza storage
- Use UTF8MB4 character set in MySQL tables
- Make Riak working on Erlang R18

### MAM
- Use stanza-id tags for deduplication
- Advertise MAM in disco info for account/room JID
- Improve MUC support
- Don't store resent messages
- Do not forget to include xmlns in mam prefs response (#859)
- Honor Message Processing Hints (XEP-0334)

### MUC
- Add support for muc#roomconfig_presencebroadcast option
- Only filter rooms in Service Disco when more than 100 (EJAB-343)
- List in Service Disco non-empty rooms and provide Node for empty (EJAB-343)
- When user joins logged room, he must be warned (EJAB-726)

### Pubsub
- Fix pubsub virtual nodetree plugin
- Use correct notification_type for last items (#827)
- PubSub plugin for online users only
- Disable use of multi-subscribe and subscription-option on standard plugins
- Limit number of subscriptions per node and allow custom default node
configuration
- Don't force max_items_node to MAXITEMS if not defined
- Don't read pubsub options when plugin does not use them

### Elixir
- Upgrade Elixir to v1.1.0

### Admin
- Add plugin for passing extra erl_opts flags to deps, and use it for hipe
- Add --enable-latest-deps to configure
- Remove "--enable-nif" flag
- New send_stanza command
- ejabberdctl: new --no-timout flag
- ejabberdctl: Don't let "reopen_log" rotate files (EJAB-1243)
- ejabberdctl: Improve escaping of arguments passed to ejabberdctl
- OpenSSL minimum required version: raised from 0.9.8 to 1.0.0

### Config
- New option accept_interval in ejabberd_listener
- Webadmin console visual refresh (EJAB-1142)
- If mod_register access_from is 'none', then don't advertise IBR (#857)
- Fix handling of some options in old style configs
- Fix parsing option trusted_proxies
- Fix ipv6 configuration processing (#803)
- ejabberd_service: simplify configuration: no need for 'hosts', just
provide 'password'

### Cleanup and optimizations
- Faster string_to_jid/1 implementation
- Move JID related functions from jlib.erl to jid.erl (#847)
- Remove usage of erlang's now()
- Update dependency name from p1_cache_tab to cache_tab
- Use crypto:rand_uniform instead of random:uniform
- Fix randoms.erl on R17 that don't have random:seed(integer())
- Faster and more memory efficient XML parsing.
- Faster stringprep library.

### Other changes
- ejabberd_http: Cope with large POST/PUT requests
- ejabberd_http: Log debug message on receive errors
- mod_offline: Discard chat states notifications
- mod_offline: Honor store hint
- mod_http_upload: various fixes
- XEP-0198: Fix stanza counting corner case issue
- Adding WEBIRC, custom realname &amp; ident, ISO-8859-15 (thanks to
iwalkalone69)(#877)
- Update hebrew translation

## Feedback

As usual, the release is tagged in the Git source code repository on Github:
https://github.com/processone/ejabberd.git

The source package and binary installers are available at ProcessOne:
https://www.process-one.net/en/ejabberd/downloads/

If you suspect that you've found a bug, please search or fill a bug
report on Github:
https://github.com/processone/ejabberd/issues
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Re: ejabberd Digest, Vol 150, Issue 7

In deed, I think I know what the "REMOVE ME" means. as I face the same problem.

I changed my job six month ago and not working with ejabberd or xmpp now. I try the page http://lists.jabber.ru/mailman/listinfo/ejabberd to unsubscribe. but always failed. The confirm mail was never sent to me . So I cannot unsubscribe myself.

this guy may get into the same situation with me.
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>Why do I have to login to remove myself?

Not sure what you are talking about.

You managed to subscribe to the list, and you will manage to unsubscribe.

Now please stop spamming the list.

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Hi. I'm looking into whether to go with Riak or Postgres as my eJabberd
backend.

The problem i'm thinking about with Postgres is that although it can scale
well for writes, it is hard to horizontally scale writes as your scale up
your platform (reads are easier) and as eJabberd is very much about writes
i am worried that i won't easily be able to scale the Master at some point
without a whole bunch of technical gymnastics.

This got me looking into Riak which looks like it scales much better for
writes and does so in a fairly straightforward manner. I have never used it
though so I am only going with what I have read this evening.

I still intend to use Postgres for relational stuff in my app (and possible
archiving etc), but for pure real time in ejabberd writes is Riak a better
option?

Anyone got comparison metrics (tps etc), or pure experience for eJabberd?

Many thanks,
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postgres vs riak

Hi. I'm looking into whether to go with Riak or Postgres as my eJabberd backend.

The problem i'm thinking about with Postgres is that although it can scale well for writes, it is hard to horizontally scale writes as your scale up your platform (reads are easier) and as eJabberd is very much about writes i am worried that i won't easily be able to scale the Master at some point without a whole bunch of technical gymnastics.

This got me looking into Riak which looks like it scales much better for writes and does so in a fairly straightforward manner. I have never used it though so I am only going with what I have read this evening.

I still intend to use Postgres for relational stuff in my app (and possible archiving etc), but for pure real time in ejabberd writes is Riak a better option? 

Anyone got comparison metrics (tps etc), or pure experience for eJabberd?

Many thanks,
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Logging TLS version and cipher for ejabberd 15.x c2s/s2s

Greetings,
 	I wish to log the TLS version(1.0,1.1,1.2) and the cipher in an 
effort to understand what XMPP clients and servers are using and what 
happens when I turn off TLS version 1 and 1.1. I would like to do it in such a fashion 
that I can pin it to a user or IP address for c2s connections and the name 
of the domain for s2s connections.

I could call syslog from the c code(/deps/p1_tls/c_src/p1_tls_drv.c) . It 
is not obvious to me that any state information is being passed into the c 
module from the erlang code (./deps/p1_tls/src/p1_tls.erl)

I'm open to ideas on where in the code to put this. Is it 
code(/deps/p1_tls/c_src/p1_tls_drv.c or
./src/ejabberd_c2s.erl or ??

The c2s log line in ejabberd.log for an accepted authentication looks 
like:
016-01-06 08:43:13.343 [info] <0.441.0> <at> ejabberd_listener:accept:299 
(#Port<0.1307111>) Accepted connection 128.118.57.79:35542 -> 
128.118.2.219:5222
2016-01-06 08:43:13.397 [info] 
<0.15735.60> <at> ejabberd_c2s:wait_for_feature_request:747 
({socket_state,p1_tls,{tlssock,#Port<0.1307111>,#Port<0.1307109>},<0.15736.60>}) 
Accepted authentication for userid by ejabberd_auth_pam from 
128.118.57.79
2016-01-06 08:43:13.401 [info] 
<0.15735.60> <at> ejabberd_c2s:wait_for_session:1117 
({socket_state,p1_tls,{tlssock,#Port<0.1307111>,#Port<0.1307109>},<0.15736.60>}) 
Opened session for userid <at> chat.aittest.psu.edu/jmslaptop

Is "(#Port<0.1307111>)" a piece of state information that may be available 
to the c source?

The s2s log line in ejabberd.log looks like:

2016-01-06 07:55:11.032 [info] 
<0.12225.60> <at> ejabberd_s2s_in:stream_established:514 Accepted s2s dialback 
authentication for jabber.org (TLS=true)

from ./src/ejabberd_s2s_in.erl .

Thanks,
Jonathan
Dominik George | 4 Jan 14:38 2016
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FYI: Synchronisation script LDAP→MUC

Hi,

for the record, here is a script that does the following:

 1. Find all groups in an LDAP directory that have a special attribuite set, 
    marking them as having a chatroom,
 2. Create a MUC with their name and description if it does not exist yet,
 3. Set some basic room options
 4. Synchronise member affiliations with the LDAP group members
 5. Set owner affiliation on LDAP group owners
 6. Add a bookmark for the room to all members' rosters if they do not
    have it yet
 7. Forge a room invitation after bookmark creation

Together with mod_shared_roster_ldap, we have now almost complete workgroup 
mamangement through LDAP.

The code is quite site-specific and makes a few assumptions:

 * LDAP groups have both member: and memberUid: entries, which are in 
   sync (our LDAP maintenance script ensures that)
 * The mksh shell and the assoldap toolkit are available

I do not know if it is of any use to anyone, but here it is.

Script:
https://www.teckids.org/gitweb/?p=verein.git;a=blob;f=sysadmin/scripts/teckids-ejmaint

LDAP toolkit:
https://www.teckids.org/gitweb/?p=verein.git;a=blob;f=www/mk/assockit.ksh
https://www.teckids.org/gitweb/?p=verein.git;a=blob;f=www/mk/assoldap.ksh

Cheers,
Nik

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