[Wolves] Test Video Conference
chris at intrbiz.com
Mon Mar 23 22:30:48 UTC 2020
On Mon, Mar 23, 2020 at 5:35 PM Mark Rogers via Wolves
<wolves at mailman.lug.org.uk> wrote:
> To those who have spun up a copy of Jitsi to test, what sort of server
> spec does it need?
I gave it 4 CPUs and 8GiB RAM for my instance. The videobridge seems
to consume ~10% CPU per connected user.
Server seems to use about 500MiB ram idle, each video stream doesn't
seem to use too much RAM, maybe 30MiB per user.
It seems that each user consumes about 1.5Mb/s of network bandwidth,
varies depending on res and quality.
> I'm thinking of setting one up for some local charity meetings.
> Whilst personally the freedom aspect of Jitsi ticks great boxes, to
> get us through the next few months a paid subscription to Zoom would
> suffice. For that sort of money I can get a 3GB 1 vCPU VM (or 2GB 2
> vCPU, or 1GB 3 vCPU options depending on whether it's CPU or memory it
> wants most of) for self hosting Jitsi. I'm looking at hosting meetings
> of maybe 30-40 people (probably less), does Jitsi make sense?
I've only tried my instance with 3 or 4 users. Aiming to try it with
a few more this week. On the whole I've been reasonably
impressed by it, very feature rich video conf tool.
Downside is their install documentation is rather non-existent and
there are only packages for Ubuntu.
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