Is it possible to change the project installed in the existing ‘Manual installation’ method to the method below?
Currently, my video conferencing service is divided into more than 15 VMs. Can I split VMs in this way?
(There are 10 recording servers, but there is an issue that more than 10 people cannot record at the same time.)
All the existing developers have resigned, so I don’t know anything.
This is not my original job, so it’s unfamiliar.
(Various tasks are increasingly concentrated on one person)
If it’s installed, it’s installed already, so there’s no ‘changing it’ per se. You can of course reinstall using the recommended (easier) method. Bear in mind though that whatever customizations you have in Jicofo won’t apply - unless you then replace the Jicofo that’s installed automatically with the customized one.
The challenge with you working with a customized component is that when there are upgrades, you’ll have problems. So depending on your company’s use-case, this could turn out to be a complicated effort.
Each recorder can only handle one recording at a time, so you’ll have a corresponding number of recordings (hence the 10 limit you’re seeing). Jitsi now offers Local Recording though, which doesn’t require Jibri (recorder), and with that, you can have multiple concurrent recordings, so that may be a better option for you.
Is it possible to record without a recording server?
So, do I not need 10 previously installed recording server VMs?
Is this a feature that is only available in certain versions or higher?
My company source code is providing a ‘‘Meeting replay function’’ of a video conference when it is recorded. Is this also possible in the ‘Local Recording’ method? Or is it a function only provided by Jibri?
Can ‘Easier Installation Method (Debian/Ubuntu Server)’ split VMs?
Not if you don’t need serverside (Jibri) recording.
Yes, the Local Recording feature is relatively new.
This is a customization. Depending on how it’s implemented, it might be possible with Local Recording as well, since the logic is tied to the recorded file.
Yes, you can have the main node (VM1) using the quick install method (you’ll just disable the bridge that comes installed with it) and then install additional bridges (VM2, VM3, VM4 e.t.c…) on separate servers.