[jitsi-users] Jicofo Load balancing and updates


#1

Hey all,

I need to update all components of my infrastructure (jitsi-meet, jicofo, jitsi-videobridges). I noticed on the page https://github.com/jitsi/jicofo/blob/master/doc/load_balancing.md that there is a new parameter

org.jitsi.jicofo.STATS_PUBSUB_NODE=sharedStatsNode|

in the jicofo sip-communictor file which is not present in my current config.
Could you tell me if this parameter is mandatory for load balancing now ?

Regards,
Franck


#2

I'm sorry because I'm confused a few by the documentation.

Should the sharedStatsNode value be same on videobridges and jicofo. On my current working configuration
two videobridges have two different values, and the paramater doesn't exist in jicofo config (may be because it is not up to date )

I currently deploy a new infrastructure for GEANT community, and we want to run a bridge in France and another one
in Hungary. The bridges are well authenticated by prosody, and messages are sent between jicofo and videobridges.
But load balancing doesn't work due to a misconfiguration I try to address. The only selected videobridge is the French.

I declared a mapping with pubsub services and xmpp_id such as dev-jvb03.xmpp.renater.fr:dev-jvb03; dev-jvb05.xmpp.renater.fr:dev-jvb05
My videobridge STATS_PUB_SUB_NODE is setted to dev-jvb03
And the jicofo STATS_PUB_SUB_NODE is setted to dev-rdv2 (which is corresponding to the jicofo host name)

Can you clarify my mind :wink:

Regards,
Franck

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Le 09/10/2015 09:33, Franck Rupin a écrit :

Hey all,

I need to update all components of my infrastructure (jitsi-meet, jicofo, jitsi-videobridges). I noticed on the page https://github.com/jitsi/jicofo/blob/master/doc/load_balancing.md that there is a new parameter
>org.jitsi.jicofo.STATS_PUBSUB_NODE=sharedStatsNode|
in the jicofo sip-communictor file which is not present in my current config.
Could you tell me if this parameter is mandatory for load balancing now ?

Regards,
Franck

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#3

I fixed the issue and I've got a new distributed system between France and Hungary. Yeah !! :smiley:
So, things are clear now in my mind and I guess that the update should occur easily.

Regards,
Franck

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Le 09/10/2015 14:21, Franck Rupin a écrit :

I'm sorry because I'm confused a few by the documentation.

Should the sharedStatsNode value be same on videobridges and jicofo. On my current working configuration
two videobridges have two different values, and the paramater doesn't exist in jicofo config (may be because it is not up to date )

I currently deploy a new infrastructure for GEANT community, and we want to run a bridge in France and another one
in Hungary. The bridges are well authenticated by prosody, and messages are sent between jicofo and videobridges.
But load balancing doesn't work due to a misconfiguration I try to address. The only selected videobridge is the French.

I declared a mapping with pubsub services and xmpp_id such as dev-jvb03.xmpp.renater.fr:dev-jvb03; dev-jvb05.xmpp.renater.fr:dev-jvb05
My videobridge STATS_PUB_SUB_NODE is setted to dev-jvb03
And the jicofo STATS_PUB_SUB_NODE is setted to dev-rdv2 (which is corresponding to the jicofo host name)

Can you clarify my mind :wink:

Regards,
Franck

Le 09/10/2015 09:33, Franck Rupin a écrit :

Hey all,

I need to update all components of my infrastructure (jitsi-meet, jicofo, jitsi-videobridges). I noticed on the page https://github.com/jitsi/jicofo/blob/master/doc/load_balancing.md that there is a new parameter
>org.jitsi.jicofo.STATS_PUBSUB_NODE=sharedStatsNode|
in the jicofo sip-communictor file which is not present in my current config.
Could you tell me if this parameter is mandatory for load balancing now ?

Regards,
Franck

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