I have a question regarding which version to use in production (for each
component), and how to update in case of bug. Installing from deb packages
vs. compiling from source.
What version of each app to be used for production. I understand the quick
install method does it though deb packages and configures all components
together all in one server and it works great.
Thanks to great community !! as each repository is getting updated almost
everyday. How do one decide which code to use? and if it will work with each
components like jitsi-meet, lib-jitsi-meet, videobridge, jicofo, jigasi etc.
So when installing from deb package you can look at the jitsi-meet version:
# dpkg -l | grep jitsi-meet
ii jitsi-meet 1.0.1638-1
This is version 1638 is for the meta package that has dependencies of
particular versions that are currently installed. So if you go to any
of the repos of the components there is a tag jitsi-meet_1638 which
makes the relation between particular source snapshot and the version
So If I have to split services on different server for better scaling,
should I still be using deb packages to install?
Yep, you can use debian packages. You can install different components
on different machines without requiring all other dependencies, but
you need some configuration so for example jicofo and jvb to connect
to the prosody server machine. There are some scripts in the meta
package source repo(https://github.com/jitsi/jitsi-meet-debian-meta)
for checking corresponding versions:
The scripts depend on having updated debian repo on the machine
Main question: In case of bug in current install, and that bug is fixed in
recent code, does it get updated on deb packages as well or do we have to
compile each component from source ?
Fixing bugs goes into unstable. We have some internal performance
tests(run on every build) and when they pass packages goes into
testing repo automatically. Once we decide a version is production
ready we push it to stable.
So you can decide which repo to use.
On Tue, Jan 24, 2017 at 11:09 AM, Jade SZ <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
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