XMPP Service Operators - 2023-11-25


  1. matthias

    Jabber.de down 😂😵😮

  2. p42ity

    matthias: again? The downtimes happen a bit too often and they are a bit too long.

  3. BorG

    In short, the ability to send attachments on some public XMPP servers: wiuwiu.de 95MB chapril.org 250MB chalec.org 477MB jabber.hot-chilli.net 512MB 404.city 963MB pimux.de 1024MB chatterboxtown.us 2048MB

  4. Licaon_Kter

    BorG: yes, so?

  5. ernst.on.tour

    Wasn't this a XMPP *OPERATOR* MUC ? They should know how big a file on *their* server could be 😉

  6. jonas’

    surveying servers and comparing is not off-topic, I find those numbers interesting

  7. jonas’

    I wouldn't have expected a server to allow 2 GiB of uploads for instance

  8. ernst.on.tour

    Why do you *as operator* need it ? Isn't filesize not limited by your hardware/usercount ?

  9. jonas’

    need is a hard word. I'm interested in it.

  10. Martin

    I have 100MB on my family-and-friends server and find that quite generous so I am also surprised that public servers allow that large uploads.

  11. ernst.on.tour

    60GB free and active 300 users gives 200MB per user. Per user roundabout 10 files means 20MB per upload

  12. debacle

    Is jabber.de up again? I can't interpret https://www.jabber.de/?page_id=91 Seems to be still down :-(

  13. jonas’

    debacle, "connection refused" is also what my prosody says

  14. jonas’

    and timeout on IPv6, yeah

  15. Martin

    I see `connection refused` on IPv4 and v6.

  16. debacle

    jonas’ Thanks for checking. Time to migrate my contacts I have there.

  17. jonas’

    debacle, probably, yeah.

  18. Martin

    > Is jabber.de up again? I can't interpret https://www.jabber.de/?page_id=91 Seems to be still down :-( Oh, that looks like `xmpp-dns` output. debacle: Any suggestions how to make the output more clear? I think `[Not OK]` is the most important part. :)

  19. Martin

    debacle: Nudge them to become DDs than they can use debian.org which AFAIR you operate. :)

  20. jonas’

    sounds like a plan, more DDs for everyone!

  21. debacle

    Martin, the page changed in the last minutes. There wasn't a "Not OK" before.

  22. Martin

    Ah, ok.

  23. debacle

    Martin Unfortunately, our (it is a small team, not only myself) "operation" of Debians Jabber server is limited, because I'm not root there and I can't really change the config easily because of the tool they use. Changing that is a TODO item since some years now :-( But now we become really off-topic. Let's continue in xmpp:rtc@conference.debian.org?join, if you are interested in the details.

  24. emus

    Here we list such details in a table: https://providers.xmpp.net/overview/

  25. rrbd1957

    > > Is jabber.de up again? I can't interpret https://www.jabber.de/?page_id=91 Seems to be still down :-( > Oh, that looks like `xmpp-dns` output. > debacle: Any suggestions how to make the output more clear? I think `[Not OK]` is the most important part. :) Definitively!

  26. rrbd1957

    https://disroot.org/upload/06561dcf-8fe2-7544-b792-ed85f7b1d317/grafik.png

  27. debacle

    For some reason, once in a while they only show that:

  28. debacle

    https://xmpp.debian.org:5281/upload/Yuxw6dV1OiDdR0pZ/jabber.de.png

  29. debacle

    Neither OK nor Not OK. Hard to interpret for simpleminded people like myself.

  30. Martin

    That output seems to be truncated.

  31. jonas’

    I saw that earlier, too

  32. jonas’

    probably another symptom of the system having issues?

  33. jaj

    Not enough RAM left for the entire text

  34. Riku Viitanen

    Isnt that a valid ipv6 address though?

  35. Riku Viitanen

    Responds to pings too

  36. Martin

    Doesn't matter if c2s or s2s don't work.