FreeRadius is 3 time quicker when running in full debug mode ( -X option)
vlaborie at gmail.com
Wed Sep 9 10:00:42 CEST 2009
Alan and other list member,
It seems that the difference of performance is due to multi thread feature.
When running freeradius with -s option ( single mode ) I have similar
performance than in debug mode.
That make sense as -X is equivalent to -sfxx -l stdout.
So new questions are:
How can I take benefits of freeradius multi thread option and keeping
good response time ?
According to the man page "Some systems have issues with threading" is
there any system configuration that can help ?
And finally if I decide to stick to single mode how can I modify the
/et/init.d/freeradius to use the -s option ?
Many thanks in advance for your support.
On Mon, Sep 7, 2009 at 10:30 PM, Alan DeKok<aland at deployingradius.com> wrote:
> Vincent Laborie wrote:
>> Many thanks for your answer,
>> I had a look to syslog and it seems that my server is already using rsyslog:
> <shrug> There isn't anything in the server that says "run faster in
> debug mode". Usually it's the other way around, because of all the
> extrea output that debug mode has.
>> I also try to print directly on stdout :
>> destination = stdout
>> Or in files
>> And this doesn't realy change anything.
> Then the problem is elsewhere.
>> I also tried to reduce logging as much as possible for example by commenting :
>> but it doesn't realy help too.
>> Looking forward to any clue that will help me to reduce this response time,
> What have you changed from the default configuration? Start looking
> Alan DeKok.
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