[Gajim-devel] gajim 0.11 causes JID too long error in Wildfire server
Yann Le Boulanger
asterix at lagaule.org
Wed Apr 4 19:29:32 CEST 2007
Günter Dannoritzer wrote:
> yann wrote:
>> indeed in the middle of your log, gajim gets a </stream:stream> without
>> any reason. This sounds like a server pb, as it work on other wildfire
>> servers. Have you tried with other clients ? do you see something
>> different in logs ?
> I had the same problem with gajim on the 3.0.1 wildfire server. Also
> used earlier versions of gajim and had that problem.
> I just tried using spark, the client that comes from the same company
> that develops wildfire, and that works fine.
> Now there happened something interesting when I was doing that test.
> I logged in with spark and checked the log on the wildfire server and
> there was no error message from that log in.
> Then I forgot to log out with spark and logged in with gajim as well and
> the login happened right away. Checking the log of the wildfire server
> there was no error from that login.
> In the gajim rooster it shows spark with priority 0 and gajim with
> priority 50. Actually, that is the first time that I have an entry for
> my own login in my rooster. Before I only had entries for the other
> users in my rooster.
> It is getting better from here.
> I logged out spark and logged out gajim as well.
> After login in with gajim again it logged in right away without any
> error message in the wildfire error log. I still have the entry for
> myself with the spark resource in the rooster. Showing my status as offline.
> I haven't figured out yet how to delete that entry in the rooster. I
> will try to get rid of it and login again. Wonder whether I am getting
> that error then again. With that entry, there is not right-mouse menu
> "Remove from Roster" in gajim as there is for any of the other entries
> that I have in the rooster.
you have it just because your other resource is still logged in (at
least your server sees it online). You can't remove this entry. It is
always shown when you're connected more than once.
Can you see XML logs with spark? If so could you compare with Gajim's one?
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