roml at rhommell.com
Wed Oct 27 16:36:53 CEST 2010
ok i was getting crazy around here thought it was something about my configuration :) Good To know that
Sql instances should have a variable that you can setup in case you are using a failover and it adjust some parameters like
1.- readclients: Actually i had to set the variable readclients to NO on one of my sql instances, i think it would be helpfull to set that on the radiusd.conf something like readclients = sql_redundant.
2.- sqlippool.conf: I think it wouldbe helpfull if sql-instance-name could be assigned from a redundant instance declared on the radiusd.conf
Of course those are ideas i don't know you guys have more experience on this maybe mine are lame.
Thanks for the Help.
On Oct 27, 2010, at 4:17 PM, Alan DeKok wrote:
> Rhommel Lamas wrote:
>> For example i have 2 Databases server, and 1 radius server, i need to configure it for failover.
>> I already configured both Sql instances, and both sqlippool instances.
>> When i start radius i see two scenarios:
>> 1.- If both Databases are up and running Radius Works.
> That's the intent.
>> 2.- If one of my mysql is down radius won't start because it fails to connect to the database that is down.
> That's also the intent.
>> Is this the right way or i am failling on something?
> It's the way it works now. We're looking into making it more flexible
> in the future.
> Alan DeKok.
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