Archive for the ‘jabber’ Category

Using monit for system and process monitoring

Sunday, June 22nd, 2008

One of the servers I maintain is the jabber server at This is a free public service, anyone can use it, and it does get quite a wide range of use - for a long time we seemed to be very popular for south american users, possibly because of ...

Moving from ejabberd’s internal database to postgres

Sunday, March 9th, 2008

During the initial import of data to the {{post id="jabbermetanetnz-has-moved" text="new server"}}, I noticed that the roster information failed to be migrated if I was using an ODBC backend - it would just fail entirely. I didn't think too much of it until I tried to restart ejabberd, and ... has moved

Sunday, March 9th, 2008

I bit the bullet and moved onto its new server last night. DNS records have changed, however the TTL was set to 60 seconds a long time ago so this shouldn't be a problem.  If you're having problems connecting please verify that you're actually connecting to and that ...


Wednesday, October 24th, 2007

I've finally gotten sick of the services having a negative impact on the rest of the server due to the transports chewing up lots of ram, and so have put together another server and will start migrating things over. The new server is a dual 1GHz Coppermine P3, with ...