I'm new to Jitsi, and have gotten it up an running on a host machine.
The host machine is inexpensive but limited
Limited in what way?
Do you mean that it doesn't have much in the way of resources (but you don't
yet know what sort of level of conferencing those resources can support), or
do you mean that you've already run into some limit of how many Jitsi Meet
participants and/or conferences this hardware can support?
I'm interested in running Jitsi on small inexpensive hardware.
That is entirely feasible.
Just for info, are we talking about Raspberry Pies and similar, or something
Is there a way of scaling up Jitsi by adding more instances of Jitsi on
more inexpensive hardware.
Do you mean:
a) running multiple instances of Jitsi Meet on a single small machine?
If so, why? One server can support multiple conferences with multiple
participants, so why run multiple instances?
b) running one instance of Jitsi Meet per machine on multiple machines?
If so, what are you trying to achieve by this? Have you found a limit for
your particular hardware of the number of participants one machine can
support? I don't *believe* you can scale a conference by inter-connecting
multiple conferencing servers, but I'd be interested from anyone who knows
this is possible.
c) something else?
Maybe tell us more about what you are trying to achieve and what limitations
you're running into; then we can let you know what solutions we are aware of.
On Wednesday 28 February 2018 at 18:07:05, Richard Geddes wrote:
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