startup of radiusd failed if one redundant ldap is missing

Matthew Newton mcn at freeradius.org
Thu Apr 25 10:16:07 CEST 2019


On Thu, 2019-04-25 at 09:14 +0200, J├╝rgen Northe wrote:
> If ldap1 or ldap2 is missing, the server will not startup.  I have
> read the ldap module documentation but it seems not to be the place
> to configure this nor the redundat/load-balance statement does help
> here.

Set "start = 0" in the ldap connection pool. This is mentioned in the
default configuration.

> rlm_ldap (ldap1): Initialising connection pool
>    pool {
>    		 start = 5
>    		 min = 3
>    		 max = 32
>    		 spare = 10
>    		 uses = 0
>    		 lifetime = 0
>    		 cleanup_interval = 30
>    		 idle_timeout = 60
>    		 retry_delay = 30
>    		 spread = no
>    }
> 

> rlm_ldap (ldap2): Initialising connection pool
>    pool {
>    		 start = 5
>    		 min = 3
>    		 max = 32
>    		 spare = 10
>    		 uses = 0
>    		 lifetime = 0
>    		 cleanup_interval = 30
>    		 idle_timeout = 60
>    		 retry_delay = 30
>    		 spread = no
>    }

-- 
Matthew




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