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Date:      Thu, 18 Jun 2020 14:52:24 +0100
From:      Arthur Chance <freebsd@qeng-ho.org>
To:        Stephan Lichtenauer <sl-pub-lists@honeyguide.de>, freebsd-questions@freebsd.org
Subject:   Re: Is anyone using www/jitsi-meet?
Message-ID:  <eea38d43-ad61-50ee-25f3-986edff728e9@qeng-ho.org>
In-Reply-To: <aa7bbdad-5133-f7ef-c23c-03f36ca12dac@honeyguide.de>
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On 18/06/2020 14:38, Stephan Lichtenauer wrote:
> Hi Arthur,
> 
> On 2020-06-18 15:11, Arthur Chance wrote:
>> I'm trying to get an idea for how well it works on FBSD and what size of
>> hardware I would need run it. Googling for the latter gets me articles
>> that range from "any old box will do" up to "ideally 20+ cores and 1TB
>> of memory". I can imagine a huge server is needed if you're running an
>> big online conference but I'm interested in 10-100 users, mostly at the
>> lower end.
>>
> I have set it up in a jail on a standard server with 64GB RAM and (I
> believe) 4 CPUs and it works without a sweat at least in the lower range
> of what you mention (there simply have not yet been conferences with up
> to 100 users at the same time yet but up to around 30 users with video
> have been no problem so far). To me it seems like the main bottleneck is
> network bandwidth.
> 
> You can have a look at https://jitsi.honeyguide.net and I have written a
> short howto at https://honeyguide.eu/posts/jitsi-freebsd/ - set up is
> not complicated thanks to the ports.
> 
> There also is a nice Grafana dashboard available which is easy enough to
> set up as well (https://honeyguide.eu/posts/jitsi-grafana/).

Thanks. Those howtos are going to be useful. Judging by image in the
grafana howto it's going to be bandwidth that's the problem.

-- 
Fat Earther: One who believes the world is round but has put on too
much weight round the middle.



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