First, I want to apologize again for the disruption in jabber service that
everyone has experienced during this meeting. And I want to assure you that
we are taking steps prior to the Dublin meeting to ensure that the same
problems are not repeated there.
We are running the a newer version of the same jabber software that was
running previously, but this newer version is not performing under the load
of an IETF meeting.
We are watching the jabber server closely and we will continue to make every
effort to restore service promptly after any future disruptions.
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On 3/13/08 6:34 AM, "Dan York" <dyork(_at_)voxeo(_dot_)com> wrote:
Can we get any further explanation of what the heck is going on with the
Jabber server this week?
As a frequent Jabber scribe for RAI sessions that have had a number of remote
participants (including document authors), I'm getting REALLY tired of going
up to the mic to tell remote participants over the audio stream that the
Jabber server is down. It is also a serious impediment for remote
participants being able to participate in our sessions.
I know you've sent status reports early in the week saying you are trying to
run down the issues. Can we get any further info?
Dan York, CISSP, Director of Emerging Communication Technology
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