I’m configuring video conference system that is using Jitsi Meet. My setup is based on docker containers which are configured via docker-compose script. I’ve managed to run a jitsi web interface service that I can reach by some known URL. The problem is the following: I cannot get any tool to manipulate created conference instances but UI shows me the presence of such conferences (see picture).
It seems that there is no option to remove existing elements. Does Jitsi support such feature at all? Moreover, I can’t even locate conference info inside any of containers or on host machine itself.
docker-compose downdo not flush the conference data.
As I dived into that issue, a possible solution to previous problem may be setting up a conference reservation system, which can potentially create a new one when moderators add video widget in Riot client and delete a conference when there are no participants for long time, greater than specified timeout. Unfortunately, google does not help a lot with reservation configuring. All that I have found is the document that guides me to set the following
in the jicofo component config file. However, the location is supposed to be valid only for Debian jitsi installation, which is not appropriate for my docker environment. How can I manage this situation?
Also, I located a topic on this forum where was stated that jitsi does not provide functionality for conference link blocking after timeout. Is it true for now?