I will try to explain with my bad English … we are in a meeting 4 people, but one of them has a bad connection and disconnects, when the meeting returns it is very slow for everyone and everyone has to restart but after some time the same happens . What can we do (in addition to banning such a person from meetings)?
What do you mean it is slow?
Hi @damencho, thanks for the answer !
The connections appear as “weak” (yellow), even disconnecting …
I have jitsi / jibri hosted on droplets with the following configurations:
- 2 vCPus
- 2GB - Memory
- 60GB - SSD
- 3TB - Transfer
- 2 vCPus
- 4GB - Memory
- 80GB - SSD
- 4TB - Transfer
Could it be some configuration that makes the meetings of low quality?
So the recommended memory for running jicofo + jvb and the rest on one machine is 8GB. For jibri 4GB is fine, I think … What matters here what is the available bandwidth of those machines?
I don’t understand, do you say the machines that use the service? Thanks !
What are your droplets internet connection speed?
Thanks @nightstryke !!
About the resources I understood, but what speed of the droplet I have no idea, is the transfer rate? Or the bandwidth of the user?
All virtual machine or virtual private server droplets have a connection speed usually it’s in megabits per second or gigabits per second. So hosts will list it as 10mbps, 100mbps, or 1gbps.
What hosting company are you using?
Ahhhh … I’m using digital ocean
I see digital ocean say they have big links spread among droplets, but they don’t say what is available per droplet, and I see that many people are sometimes complaining about upload speeds to droplets, in some cases changes with hundreds of percents, so this maybe and what you see unreliable upload speed … I wonder whether they have some network optimized droplets, if they do, that you need to try. Just my 2 cents on the subject.
Would you indicate any?