We’‘ve been using Jive server on our production Windows 2000 server for a couple of months now and we’'re very happy with it - except for one thing. It seems to use a lot of memory, both physical and virtual. Here are the biggest memory consumers on the server (in KB):
Apache 2.x - physical: 46,680; virtual: 350,652
Jive server 2.2.2 - physical: 50,248; virtual: 329,548
MySQL 4.0.x - physical: 47,888; virtual: 107,588
We have about 20 Jive users, while the Apache and MySQL servers provide for an entire university campus of around 20,000 users.
I realize it’‘s not fair to compare Jive with Apache and MySQL, but it puts things into perspective. It’'s harder to justify a messaging server than a web or database server, especially if its resource use is so high.
Thanks for any info,