amr.elsaeed at tedata.net
Thu Jul 20 08:29:55 CEST 2006
thanx for ur help
yes ,my DB server used for accounting only not authentication.
but i tried what u said, as i understand it makes the RADIUS be down
while the DB is down.
i don't want this.
i need the RADIUS to authenticate the users without inserting accounting
info into the DB to minimize the outage,i need it to try to insert
accounting info & if it fails NO PROBLEM authenticate the user &
forget about the accounting.
Thibault Le Meur wrote:
>> i'm facing a little problem.
>> in some times my mysql DB server is down & the radius can't insert
>> records into it of-course, so the users can't login as the radius
>> doesn't authenticate them unless he can record them.
>> Is there any solution to make the radius authenticate the
>> users without
>> insert records in the DB.
> I suppose your mysql DB server isn't used to authenticate your users,
> otherwise having your radius server work even if your DB is down would make
> no sense (unless you have another module able to authenticate users?).
> If your DB server is used only for logging purpose (accounting,
> post-authenticate, ...). You may find interresting information in the
> doc/configurable_failover file in order to make the DB module failure be
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