Does anyone know how the join rate limits work on the new AWS servers, cause to me it seems they are different now.
I think previously the limit was 50 joins every 15 secs (and maybe per server or connection?) but now they seem to be a lot higher (but maybe now global instead of per server)?
Just had a weird thing in my logs where after a internet drop everything tried to reconnect and rejoin at once and seems to have ended up in some endless loop of connections getting killed
Limits have always been global per chat cluster, not per server. The limits have not changed as a result of moving to AWS as far as I’ve been made aware.
The limits definitely seem to have changed, I just tried with a 100 joins in 15 secs without getting kicked. But with just trying around and testing I couldn’t get a solid number, cause if you have multiple connections it doesn’t really seem to scale linearly.
Not really a big deal in general, I just tend to have a lot of separate instances running so I just set the limit for each to actualLimit/instanceCount, so after internet drops rejoining takes forever for me. Obviously just bad design on my part, was just wondering what the new max number is I can hardcode.
We have not made any changes to the limits. Please note that joining over the limit doesn’t kick you, it will just fail the join.
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