yes I had add the ip address of jibri server on hosts file on jibri server.
yes I have the certs in /etc/prosody/certs folder as symlinks from /var/lib/prosody/ with lrwxrwxrwx
on /var/lib/prosody/ folder the certs files are:
-rw-r----- 1 prosody prosody 2543 May 13 10:45 meet.comune.castelfranco-veneto.tv.it.cnf
-rw-r----- 1 prosody prosody 3402 May 13 10:45 meet.comune.castelfranco-veneto.tv.it.crt
-r-------- 1 prosody prosody 1679 May 13 10:45 meet.comune.castelfranco-veneto.tv.it.key
And what is your prosody versión? In Ubuntu 18.04 and prosody 0.11.5 I must changed /etc/prosody/certs/* owner from root to prosody.
I try to
chown prosody /etc/prosody/cert/*
but nothing changes
Have a look at https://github.com/jitsi/jitsi-meet/wiki/jitsi-meet-load-balancing-installation-Ubuntu-18.04-with-MUC-and-JID for an impression on working with multiple JVB (jitsi video bridges). This applies to scale up for multiple jitsi conferences. It does not apply to jibri; your jibri server can be configured to contain multiple jibri-users. If you expect 10 simultaneous videoconferences, it would be good to pre-configure 11 jibri users (10+1) on your jibri-server, so there is always (at least-) one available for recording…
I’ve tried it on a 12 cores with 64Gb RAM. It ran smoothly.
Thanks for this tutorial !
BTW: I like the green colors of your all.css - Would you mind posting it in this thread?
it takes like a couple of minutes to do these changes… he has given you the HEX code too
just create a copy of you all.css from /usr/share/jitsi-meet/css folder and make these changes, put it in /etc/jitsi/meet & edit the nginx file…
If you don’t like to edit a minified css-file, you can always (temporary) unminify it with unminify.com offcourse #justahandytip