Redundant Ldap Configuration + More groups
sumi.techno at gmail.com
Wed Feb 28 06:42:03 CET 2007
Thanks for your information.
On 2/17/07, Alan DeKok <aland at deployingradius.com> wrote:
> nikitha wrote:
> > When the request comes to the radius server, it goes one entry by entry
> > in "users" file, ie., It connects to ldap-server-1 with the Ldap-Group
> > tries from g1 till g20, and then connects to ldap-server-2 with
> > Ldap-Group from "g21' till g50. If the user is part of Ldap-group "g50"
> > it takes more time to return success, before itself the request times
> > out, and received eap start again from wireless client.
> Yes. The LDAP query results aren't cached.
> > If the "number of DEFAULT entry for ldap-server-1" is less than 10, then
> > it works fine. If the default entry increases, the server takes more
> > time to process.
> Yes, the solution is to not configure so many queries that the server
> slows down.
> > I think redundant ldap server configuration is not correct or in some
> > otherway we can fix it. Is it possible to configure the radius server in
> > such a way that, try ldap-server-1 for the first policy, if its
> > reachable then check it against the next policy.
> For LDAP-Group checking, no.
> > If its not reachable mark this server as dead or whatever and ignore
> > processing the next coming DEFAULT entries which matches with
> > ldap-server-1 and try to process ldap-server-2 entries.
> That may be possible with source code patches. i.e. If an LDAP server
> is marked "dead", don't try to contact it for a few seconds. That would
> help your configuration a lot. But your configuration is an artificial
> one that highlights a problem.
> Alan DeKok.
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