Sometime, Jive Messenger takes 100% cpu of my server. I don’‘t know exactly what is in cause, but I will describe how it happened (2 times this week but it’'s not the first time that happened).
My client connexion is dropped because my ISP disconnected my PPPoE session and allowed me an new IP.
I reconnected to my Jabber server with my client.
My MSN transport (PyMSN-t) didn’‘t connect my contacts on my roster. I manually connected it (right click on the transport and “connect” with Gajim)… didn’‘t work… I sent “end” to the transport and retry to reconnect… don’'t work.
I look at my SSH session and do a “top” and I see that the Jive Messenger process takes 100% CPU.
I logon on the web admin interface of Jive Messenger and I disconnected the MSN transport. Some seconds later, the transport reconnected, Jive Messenger stopped to take 100% CPU and my MSN contacts appeared online on my roster.
I think this is a bug in Jive Messenger. I can help you to localise the problem with more information if you need.
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