Enhancement of timestamp logging

Alan DeKok aland at deployingradius.com
Fri Feb 24 14:13:40 CET 2017

On Feb 24, 2017, at 5:09 AM, Geaaru <geaaru at gmail.com> wrote:
> Yes, I know that code is public, I sent a pull request on github (see
> pull request #1917).

  You didn't check github and read the patch I put in?

  You didn't check the pull request to see the patch I put you?

> But FWIS on xlat.c file (on tree 3.0.x) or on xlat_eval.c (on tree
> 4.0.x) there isn't a management of nanoseconds or milliseconds on
> logging messages.
> I don't find where could be currently used a timestamp with
> milliseconds or nanosecods on logging.
> FWIS currently logging timestamp with milliseconds or nanoseconds is
> not supported by freeradius. There is a '%T' option but milliseconds is
> set statically to 0000000.
> I currently patched my freeradius code to permit a more efficient
> timestamp logging, let me known if you want patch this on official
> tree.

  If you go read github as I request, and read your pull request, you'll see that a fixed patch is already in.

  Alan DeKok.

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