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Re: Re: Re: Client-Server system

by andreychek (Parson)
on Jun 22, 2001 at 16:12 UTC ( #90685=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Re: Re: Client-Server system
in thread Client-Server system

> Actually the Jabber server is apparently only
> available in Linux version. Clients exist for
> all kinds of platforms(didn't see a Palm version yet
> tho).

Right, but I did mention that in my previous post ;-)

Again though, the ideal method of handling this case would be to toss a Linux box in the corner running the Jabber server -- perhaps on Gigabyte Ethernet -- and just let the Windows and Mac Boxen access the Jabber server via the network.

One thing I forgot to mention in my original post though is that both versions of Jabber were designed to be scalable, and if you find that running a Jabber server on one box isn't fast enough, you can do some form of load balancing to help offset some of the traffic.

We're actually beginning to tinker with using Jabber for this purpose here at my workplace, I'll be sure to post the results of how it all goes.

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Re: Re: Re: Re: Client-Server system
by Boots111 (Hermit) on Jun 22, 2001 at 17:11 UTC
    Jabber sounds like a wonderful solution to this problem. I will talk to my boss about the possibility of getting myself a little linux server... He will like the APIs for all the different languages

    My boss is pushing me to write this in C++ rather than Perl, but I have been avoiding it saying that I have better resources for Perl. Thanks to you guys, I am right!

    But this does look promising...

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