Can’‘t figure this out for the life of me. In a chat session with about 40 people, some users (around 25%) will get booted from the chat room. They log in and get booted right back out. Happens with both Pandion and Exodus clients. One of the users was on a local network with the server (100MBps). At one point, 8 or 9 users were booted simultaneously. One user could not maintain a connection, kept trying to get back in and getting booted. Most of the others were able to get back in, but some were kicked out again after a while. This was during a 90 minute chat and they were the only ones using the server (it’'s behind a firewall and not open to other Jabber servers or open registration).
Has anyone see this kind of behavior?
We’'re running Wildfire 3.1.1 as the only application on a Windows Server 2003 PC with 1GB RAM. I upgraded the JVM to 1.6.0, using internal Wildfire DB, and increased memory allocation using vmoptions to -Xms256m -Xmx512m. There are no indications in the Wildfire logs or Windows Events logs as to why this is going on.
People I have talked to who had the problems were running Win XP Home or Pro with Pandion, and tried Exodus when they had problems in Pandion.