sourav.chakraborty at rebaca.com
Thu Feb 19 09:47:56 CET 2009
Sorry,let me explain the purpose first --
We are trying to have a server solution(FreeRADIUS) that would store radius
accounting messages coming from NAS.Our data server(separate node) will
query this FreeRADIUS server to get info of particular subscribers for
Since the incoming radius msg rate will be very high,hence we want to
evaluate the number of transactions per second(writes basically) on Berkeley
----- Original Message -----
From: "Alan DeKok" <aland at deployingradius.com>
To: "FreeRadius developers mailing list"
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Sent: Thursday, February 19, 2009 1:48 PM
Subject: Re: FreeRADIUS+unixODBC+BerkeleyDB
> Sourav Chakraborty wrote:
>> Thanks for the info....in that case please let me know how to configure
>> FreeRadius to use BerkeleyDB.I can see a module rlm_dbm in
>> freeradius-server-2.1.3/src/modules.Is that the module which helps
>> connect FreeRADIUS to BerkeleyDB?
> I think you have it backwards.
> You are asking how to implement a solution, but you haven't said what
> the problem is.
> What do you want the server to *do* with a BDB? What do you want to
> store in the DB? Why have you decided that a BDB is a solution to some
> un-stated problem?
> And there's no need to use rlm_dbm. It will likely be deprecated, or
> removed, in a future release.
> Alan DeKok.
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