Best Config

Santiago Balaguer García santiagoawa at
Mon Jan 26 11:33:38 CET 2009

If you have these figures, yours database has to be GOOD DB server and a GOOD machine.> To: freeradius-users at> Subject: Re: Best Config> Date: Sat, 24 Jan 2009 11:08:53 +0100> From: tnt at> > > >From experience, what would be the best server configuration for> >200,000 users with 75,000 concurrent users throttling 50,000> >connections per second (with 1 NAS Client) in terms of:> >> > Your network usage numbers look very wrong. 200,000 users are highly> unlikely to use 75,000 concurrent connections and 75,000 connections are> most unlikely to produce 50,000 requests per second - that would mean> average session time of less than 5 seconds!!!> > 200,000 users with peak contention ratio of 10:1 and average session time> of 10 minutes will produce about 100 requests per second at peak times.> A single database might struggle with this peak rate. You should> consider using something like buffered-sql virtual server: that will> keep authentication working at max pace, while accounting might lag a> few seconds at peak times but it will catch up when demand drops.> > Ivan Kalik> Kalik Informatika ISP> > -> List info/subscribe/unsubscribe? See
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