[Freedombox-discuss] prosody vs ejabberd
nick.m.daly at gmail.com
Wed Sep 28 23:57:22 UTC 2011
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Bdale Garbee <bdale at gag.com> writes:
> I could use input from people who have *actually used* prosody and/or
> ejabberd about your experiences and the resulting pros and cons of the
> two daemons.
Bdale, I've gone with ejabberd for my plugserver setup . ejabberd is
easy to setup by hand and my automatic-setup script is also complete (it
required only dpkg-reconfigure to be up and running).
- - Easy to configure via web-interface.
- - Incredibly stable.
- - Used widely (presumably this means the code has also undergone lots of
- - Very low memory footprint when not under load (never ran a server with
more than 5 connected users at a time though).
- - The web-configuration tool is a frontend to the database directly,
bypassing the config files. If you use the web-configuration, the
config files themselves are useless.
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