[icq-devel] Migration sequence info...

Alexandr V. Shutko AVShutko at mail.khstu.ru
Mon Dec 9 07:33:38 CET 2002

Hello Zoe,
Monday, December 9, 2002, 4:11:46 PM, you wrote:

ZS> It works because ICQ supports most if not all of the OSCAR protocol - even
ZS> those parts that it doesn't need. I suspect that the real ICQ server never
ZS> uses migration though, and I'd be very surprised if very many clones support
ZS> it (unless they're AIM clones sharing an OSCAR code base). Not that I'm
ZS> saying they shouldn't support it, but I wouldn't rely on it if I were
ZS> writing an ICQ server.
Well, but what if I want to migrate all icq clients to icq server
cluster neighbour member during cluster member shutdown ? Migration is
very convinient way to do this... And as for clones, they just
reconnect (but not trasparently)

ZS> If an attempt is made to send a packet during the paused state, that packet
ZS> is buffered until the resume or until SNAC 1/02 is sent. At that point all
ZS> the buffered packets are finally passed on.
Well, it makes sense..

With respect,
Alexandr V. Shutko                           mailto:AVShutko at mail.khstu.ru

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