RLM Perl cache problem?

Alan DeKok aland at deployingradius.com
Mon Nov 20 17:22:33 CET 2006

david.suarezdelis at telefonica.es wrote:

> I have observed that once I have returned a Class attribute, though, it
> keeps getting sent by FreeRadius even when my authenticate() sub is not
> assigning to it.

  I'd be a little surprised if that happens.  There's no cache in the
server like that.

  Can you explain in more detail, like using the output of radiusd -X,
and two packets?

> PS- aditionally, is there an updated rlm_perl manual specifying what
> section it loads is for, and how to use the shared memory to set up db
> pools and cached results for making things easier before each forking?
> thanks!

  Nope, sorry.

  Alan DeKok.
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