I am currently using Openfire 3.5.2 on CentOS.
The firewall is completely disabled to test XMPP on the server.
Java Version: 1.6.0_03 Sun Microsystems Inc. – Java HotSpot™ Server VM
Host Name: ded1.hazardtech.net
OS / Hardware: Linux / i386
Locale / Timezone: en / Eastern Standard Time (-5 GMT)
Java Memory 17.18 MB of 483.44 MB (3.6%) used
Client Control, IM gateway, Monitoring service, Presence service, Registration (because people can’t register through PIDGIN), Search, Subscription
The problem occurred after 2 days – started Jul 4, 2008 11:33:04 PM.
The day before, I sent a file (an image of size 100kb) to another user and it acted strangely. The following day, no files could be sent. I figured it was a problem with the file proxy setup, but that’s not the case. We are on the same network (the same XMPP server) so it shouldn’t even use the file transfer proxy.
We are both using Pidgin. I’ve noticed through other XMPP servers, the file transfer is fine, so I am assuming it’s a problem with openfire all together.