Hello,

We want to use the privacy module in order to reduce the amount of
battery used for a mobile client. The idea is that the client will push
and activate a list blocking all the incoming presence info when it goes
to sleep.

In our tests we found that this works only if the resource at the phone
is the one with higher priority. As soon as a second resource binds, the
privacy list that the module is actually checking is the last one, not
the previous one.

> function preCheckIncoming(e)
>   local session;
>   if e.stanza.attr.to ~= nil then
>     local node, host, resource = jid_split(e.stanza.attr.to);
>     if node == nil or host == nil then
>       return;
>     end
>     if resource == nil then
>       local prio = 0;
>       if bare_sessions[node.."@"..host] ~= nil then
>         for resource, session_ in 
pairs(bare_sessions[node.."@"..host].sessions) do
>           if session_.priority ~= nil and session_.priority > prio then
>             session = session_;
>             prio = session_.priority;
>           end
>         end
>       end
>     else
>       session = full_sessions[node.."@"..host.."/"..resource];
>     end
>     if session ~= nil then
>       return checkIfNeedToBeBlocked(e, session);
>     else
>       --module:log("debug", "preCheckIncoming: Couldn't get session for 
jid: %s@%s/%s", tostring(node), tostring(host), tostring(resource));
>     end
>   end
> end
> 

So, the presence stanza (from: A@dom to: B@domain) fires
pre-presence/full (preCheckOutgoing) and later presence/bare
(preCheckIncoming). The privacy list of the resource with higher
priority is checked. Then the presence/bare hook from mod_presence gets
executed, and sends the presence stanza to the sessions with presence of
that user. All of them, no matter if the resource has a privacyList
activated.

So, from our POV this is not the right behavior, a session has a
privacyList activated and it has to be honored.

Regards,
Victor with the sipwise hat on

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