aland at deployingradius.com
Mon May 2 11:48:07 CEST 2011
Jakob Hirsch wrote:
> I guess there could be a problem with the handling of hash collisions.
The code was tested for that.
> How about performance of rbtree? I'm not a data structure expert, but
> AFAIR btrees are not ideal if you have to often add new nodes (rbtrees
> seem to be much better at that than ordinary btrees, though). Not that
> it matters much, the real bootleneck is probably our mysql backend.
It shouldn't matter much. Once you use a DB or EAP, the performance
of the RADIUS server is irrelevant.
> @Alan: The rbtree code is only in the master branch, right? Any chance
> to get this in 2.1.x?
There was a patch for master. I'll put something into both branches
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