[Red5] red5 0.6.3 vs. trunk, getting ready for a high-load production environment.
Thijs Triemstra | Collab
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Thu Feb 14 12:07:39 PST 2008
it looks like 0.7 will be released next week so the trunk is
considered stable and improved vs 0.6.3
If you want to start that checklist, which sounds like a great idea,
consider putting it in the Red5 wiki on http://wiki.red5.org
You'll also find other docs there that might be interesting.
On Feb 14, 2008, at 8:44 PM, Curt Bererton wrote:
> Hello all,
> I've been seeing some great things that people are checking into the
> trunk and I had a couple of questions given that we'd like to start
> getting our product ready for a production environment.
> - If you had to choose between running 0.6.3 and running red5 from
> trunk for a production environment, which one would you choose?
> - I've seen a few that look pretty important such as the recent
> memory leak fix (Thanks steven!), the new admin panel code and others.
> What are some of the other improvements that are in trunk that would
> be important for a production environment?
> Another related question, assuming that you were only using red5 and
> one application, is there any advantage to using tomcat with a WAR
> file as opposed to just the red5 standalone. From reading the list so
> far, my impression is that people have been having slightly more luck
> with the standalone version.
> Any other pointers for getting red5 ready for production? I'd like to
> try to put together a check list for anyone else doing the same. Any
> help, references, or pointers to old mailling list posts that I missed
> would be greatly appreciated.
> Also I wanted to mention that we've got red5 hooked up to Spring and
> Hibernate working faily well, if anyone has been having problems with
> that, send me an email or post to the list and I'd be happy to help
> anyone out.
> I also wanted to thank everyone on the list for their contributions...
> I don't post a lot, but the list has certainly saved me lots of
> Thanks in advance,
> p.s. Nikola, I'm working on getting our application working with the
> red5.jar as well. I believe that the solution will be to just follow
> the examples in the jar target of the red5 build.xml file. Take a look
> at how the echo and admin apps are added.
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