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Openfire sends malformed stanzas?

Under a heavy load on the server (intensive data transfer), Openfire sends to socket a portions of incorrect data.

Example of recieved data from socket on client:

ck-name>10.08.2012 13:1928f85671-d210-4f9r/pute-settings-ame>cl ientupdk-list></r/pute-settings12 tp-host=“10.183.43.3812 tp-u10-kroppdkrv-wpw12 tp-pasupdag1fAZd412 tp-urv-wps-path=”./12 tp-pasuivppdTrue" stall=“optid>28”/>

Feeling that collide two different stanzas, because because “pute-settings” = “remote-settings” and “i-pack” are belong to a different namespaces.

Correct stanzas look like this:

and

 <pubsub xmlns="[http://jabber.org/protocol/pubsub](http://jabber.org/protocol/pubsub)">

22230.03.2012 16:46

2cd57226-2b67-44fe-863f-6c2e6c5511baclientupdat e32517.05.2012 14:15

System info:

** **** **Openfire 3.7.1 on Windows Server 2003

CPU:

** **Core 2 Duo 2.2 Ghz

RAM:

** **4 Gb

Heap:

-Xms768m

-Xmx1280m

Count of online clients:

~1900

Tell me please, where I can find a place in sources, where socket sends raw data to client?