[jitsi-users] duplicated incoming XMPP messages -- every time


#1

Three of us in a team are using Jitsi (2 on Linux, 1 on Windows). For all
of us, all incoming XMPP messages are duplicated every time. Anyone else
seeing this or know a solution?

We use tigase.im as the public XMPP server and we use OTR.


#2

Just for testing, two of us tried
psi-plus<http://code.google.com/p/psi-dev/wiki/downloads2?tm=2>.
The messages are *not* duplicated with that client. (And we didn't make any
other configuration changes anywhere.) Maybe that info will help someone
advise us on getting Jitsi working properly. Thanks.

Regards,
David
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On Wed, Mar 5, 2014 at 6:59 PM, Dave (FitEyes) <dave@fiteyes.com> wrote:

Three of us in a team are using Jitsi (2 on Linux, 1 on Windows). For all
of us, all incoming XMPP messages are duplicated every time. Anyone else
seeing this or know a solution?

We use tigase.im as the public XMPP server and we use OTR.

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#3

Related behavior on my end. The messages are not duplicated as I chat,
but if I close a conference chat window and reopen it later, all
messages are duplicated.

I noticed this on conference chats only (xmpp jit.si), so can not
confirm for one-on-one chatting scenario. Also... this is not the case
always and I am not able to reconstruct why it sometimes happen and it
doesn't on other occasions.

Jitsi 2.5.5065
GNOME 3.4.2
Debian 7.4 (wheezy) 64-bit

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On 03/06/2014 12:59 AM, Dave (FitEyes) wrote:

Three of us in a team are using Jitsi (2 on Linux, 1 on Windows). For
all of us, all incoming XMPP messages are duplicated every time.
Anyone else seeing this or know a solution?

We use tigase.im <http://tigase.im> as the public XMPP server and we
use OTR.

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#4

maybe I should post this on the developer's list (unless someone here can
forward it -- I'm not a subscriber to that list).

this might interest the developers because it is 100% reproducible.

Regards,
David
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On Wed, Mar 5, 2014 at 6:59 PM, Dave (FitEyes) <dave@fiteyes.com> wrote:

Three of us in a team are using Jitsi (2 on Linux, 1 on Windows). For all
of us, all incoming XMPP messages are duplicated every time. Anyone else
seeing this or know a solution?

We use tigase.im as the public XMPP server and we use OTR.

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#5

Hi,

about multichat we fixed some issues with detecting duplicate messages
in latest nightlies. You can give it a try.

Regards
damencho

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On Thu, Mar 6, 2014 at 10:02 AM, Karel Novotny <novotny.karel@gmail.com> wrote:

Related behavior on my end. The messages are not duplicated as I chat, but
if I close a conference chat window and reopen it later, all messages are
duplicated.

I noticed this on conference chats only (xmpp jit.si), so can not confirm
for one-on-one chatting scenario. Also... this is not the case always and I
am not able to reconstruct why it sometimes happen and it doesn't on other
occasions.

Jitsi 2.5.5065
GNOME 3.4.2
Debian 7.4 (wheezy) 64-bit

On 03/06/2014 12:59 AM, Dave (FitEyes) wrote:

Three of us in a team are using Jitsi (2 on Linux, 1 on Windows). For all of
us, all incoming XMPP messages are duplicated every time. Anyone else seeing
this or know a solution?

We use tigase.im as the public XMPP server and we use OTR.

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#6

Hi,

I just tested it and what I see in the pcap files which contains the
packets received from the server: for every message that is received
there are two packets, this means the message is received twice.
So it is definitely a server problem. You need to ping the server
owners for that.

Regards
damencho

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On Fri, Mar 7, 2014 at 12:39 AM, David <dave@fiteyes.com> wrote:

maybe I should post this on the developer's list (unless someone here can
forward it -- I'm not a subscriber to that list).

this might interest the developers because it is 100% reproducible.

Regards,
David
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On Wed, Mar 5, 2014 at 6:59 PM, Dave (FitEyes) <dave@fiteyes.com> wrote:

Three of us in a team are using Jitsi (2 on Linux, 1 on Windows). For all
of us, all incoming XMPP messages are duplicated every time. Anyone else
seeing this or know a solution?

We use tigase.im as the public XMPP server and we use OTR.

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#7

Hi Damencho,
Thanks for your reply. I posted an issue to the Tigase bug tracker. I
quoted you. You can see it here:
https://projects.tigase.org/issues/1766

I don't think this is solely a Tigase server issue because it only happens
with Jitsi. Maybe you guys can figure it out by communicating with the
Tigase team. Maybe it is just a configuration issue, but I don't know if
that would be on the server or client end.

We would like to use Tigase server with Jitsi as the client. We definitely
do not plan to switch from Tigase. It is the best XMPP server we have found.

Thanks.

Regards,
David

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On Fri, Mar 7, 2014 at 2:21 AM, Damian Minkov <damencho@jitsi.org> wrote:

Hi,

I just tested it and what I see in the pcap files which contains the
packets received from the server: for every message that is received
there are two packets, this means the message is received twice.
So it is definitely a server problem. You need to ping the server
owners for that.

Regards
damencho

On Fri, Mar 7, 2014 at 12:39 AM, David <dave@fiteyes.com> wrote:
> maybe I should post this on the developer's list (unless someone here can
> forward it -- I'm not a subscriber to that list).
>
> this might interest the developers because it is 100% reproducible.
>
>
> Regards,
> David
> FitEyes needs you. Click here to learn how you can help FitEyes.
>
>
> On Wed, Mar 5, 2014 at 6:59 PM, Dave (FitEyes) <dave@fiteyes.com> wrote:
>>
>> Three of us in a team are using Jitsi (2 on Linux, 1 on Windows). For
all
>> of us, all incoming XMPP messages are duplicated every time. Anyone else
>> seeing this or know a solution?
>>
>> We use tigase.im as the public XMPP server and we use OTR.
>>
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#8

Hi David,

I don't think this is solely a Tigase server issue because it only happens

with Jitsi.

Use wireshark to capture your traffic while using a different XMPP client
and examine the results.

We definitely do not plan to switch from Tigase. It is the best XMPP

server we have found.

What's it take to be the best XMPP server?

Thanks,
Jungle

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On 7 March 2014 08:52, David <dave@fiteyes.com> wrote:

Hi Damencho,
Thanks for your reply. I posted an issue to the Tigase bug tracker. I
quoted you. You can see it here:
https://projects.tigase.org/issues/1766

I don't think this is solely a Tigase server issue because it only happens
with Jitsi. Maybe you guys can figure it out by communicating with the
Tigase team. Maybe it is just a configuration issue, but I don't know if
that would be on the server or client end.

We would like to use Tigase server with Jitsi as the client. We definitely
do not plan to switch from Tigase. It is the best XMPP server we have found.

Thanks.

Regards,
David

On Fri, Mar 7, 2014 at 2:21 AM, Damian Minkov <damencho@jitsi.org> wrote:

Hi,

I just tested it and what I see in the pcap files which contains the
packets received from the server: for every message that is received
there are two packets, this means the message is received twice.
So it is definitely a server problem. You need to ping the server
owners for that.

Regards
damencho

On Fri, Mar 7, 2014 at 12:39 AM, David <dave@fiteyes.com> wrote:
> maybe I should post this on the developer's list (unless someone here
can
> forward it -- I'm not a subscriber to that list).
>
> this might interest the developers because it is 100% reproducible.
>
>
> Regards,
> David
> FitEyes needs you. Click here to learn how you can help FitEyes.
>
>
> On Wed, Mar 5, 2014 at 6:59 PM, Dave (FitEyes) <dave@fiteyes.com> >> wrote:
>>
>> Three of us in a team are using Jitsi (2 on Linux, 1 on Windows). For
all
>> of us, all incoming XMPP messages are duplicated every time. Anyone
else
>> seeing this or know a solution?
>>
>> We use tigase.im as the public XMPP server and we use OTR.
>>
>> _______________________________________________
>> users mailing list
>> users@jitsi.org
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#9

see below

Hi David,

>I don't think this is solely a Tigase server issue because it only
happens with Jitsi.

Use wireshark to capture your traffic while using a different XMPP client
and examine the results.

That's above my skill level. Hopefullly I'll learn how to do that in the
future, but I'm busy learning Python and a bunch of other stuff right now.
I can't learn everything at once! :slight_smile:

>We definitely do not plan to switch from Tigase. It is the best XMPP
server we have found.

What's it take to be the best XMPP server?

Well, best for us is simply based on a combination of:

1. security. I used IM Observatory (https://xmpp.net/) to do some testing.
2. support. I have interacted with the Tigase team and they have been very
supportive and helpful.
3. features such as OTR, XEP-0198 streaming, carbon copies, open source,
etc. See http://www.tigase.org/content/tigase-xmpp-server-520-final-release

I don't claim to know the one overall best XMPP server or to be any kind of
expert at all. I would personally choose Tigase over equally feature-rich
servers because of the support I've received. I'm new to XMPP so take what
I say with a grain of salt.

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On Fri, Mar 7, 2014 at 1:09 PM, jungleboogie0 <jungleboogie0@gmail.com>wrote:

Thanks,
Jungle

On 7 March 2014 08:52, David <dave@fiteyes.com> wrote:

Hi Damencho,
Thanks for your reply. I posted an issue to the Tigase bug tracker. I
quoted you. You can see it here:
https://projects.tigase.org/issues/1766

I don't think this is solely a Tigase server issue because it only
happens with Jitsi. Maybe you guys can figure it out by communicating with
the Tigase team. Maybe it is just a configuration issue, but I don't know
if that would be on the server or client end.

We would like to use Tigase server with Jitsi as the client. We
definitely do not plan to switch from Tigase. It is the best XMPP server we
have found.

Thanks.

Regards,
David

On Fri, Mar 7, 2014 at 2:21 AM, Damian Minkov <damencho@jitsi.org> wrote:

Hi,

I just tested it and what I see in the pcap files which contains the
packets received from the server: for every message that is received
there are two packets, this means the message is received twice.
So it is definitely a server problem. You need to ping the server
owners for that.

Regards
damencho

On Fri, Mar 7, 2014 at 12:39 AM, David <dave@fiteyes.com> wrote:
> maybe I should post this on the developer's list (unless someone here
can
> forward it -- I'm not a subscriber to that list).
>
> this might interest the developers because it is 100% reproducible.
>
>
> Regards,
> David
> FitEyes needs you. Click here to learn how you can help FitEyes.
>
>
> On Wed, Mar 5, 2014 at 6:59 PM, Dave (FitEyes) <dave@fiteyes.com> >>> wrote:
>>
>> Three of us in a team are using Jitsi (2 on Linux, 1 on Windows). For
all
>> of us, all incoming XMPP messages are duplicated every time. Anyone
else
>> seeing this or know a solution?
>>
>> We use tigase.im as the public XMPP server and we use OTR.
>>
>> _______________________________________________
>> users mailing list
>> users@jitsi.org
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>> http://lists.jitsi.org/mailman/listinfo/users
>
>
>
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