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Suggestion: Scaling JiveMessenger by using Quickserver

In my quest for scaling up my java-based server I ran into the Quickserver framework (http://www.quickserver.org).

QuickServer is an open source Java library/framework for quick creation of robust multi-client TCP server applications. Basically the framework takes care of the multiple socket connections/threads (pooling) while one can just focus on the application logic.

Recently the java nio stuff has been included with support for non-blocking io i.e. multiple clients per thread instead of 1 thread per client (which is also still possible with the framework) which provides a high level of scaling.

I was just wondering if the quickserver framework could be used for jive messenger in order to get it to the scalibility level of e.g. ejabberd.

Just my 2 eurocents,

George

Quickserver , Mina and Cindy what have differentiate ?