Mysql procedure and freeradius

Jurgen van Vliet jurgen at
Thu Aug 10 09:38:47 CEST 2006


That cant be the case, im using mysql 5 and a SP with freeradius 1.1.2
without any problems or recompiling.
It must be an other issue. Maybe the sql user you let freeradius connect
with has no rights to start the SP ? 


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Namens Alesha
Verzonden: woensdag 9 augustus 2006 18:57
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Onderwerp: Re: Mysql procedure and freeradius

> ensure the user has Process_priv.
> Also there is the security_type flag in the mysql.proc table which 
> defines who the proceedure runs as (invoker or definer)
> Its all quite well documented on the mysql website.

On mysql website i found that for executing stored procedures need a special
flag for connection(CLIENT_MULTI_STATEMENTS).So..i need to rewrite
freeradius source code to enabling mysql procedures.This is very bad news
for me..because i know C/C++ not very good.Maybe better to include special
option for rlm_sql_mysql to enable SP in freeradius?
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