response_window and zombie_period problem
ana.gallardo.77 at gmail.com
Thu Jun 25 14:51:57 CEST 2009
> > My response_window = 50 > zombie_period=20. So, after 20 seconds, my
> > radiusxx Freeradius must consider it dead, and then, I think that
> > Freeradius
> > can proxy the request until the response_window = 50 time gone. Maybe I'm
> > mitaked, so I would like to know how if I'm in an error.
> You are mistaken. Server will be considered dead for requests *recieved*
> after the zombie period. It doesn't apply for ongoing requests.
> >> When a home server does not respond to an Access-Request, the proxy
> >> process
> >> has failed and the default behavior is to reject the users
> >> Access-Request.
> >> You can lessen the impact of a dead server by using type=load-balance
> >> instead of fail-over for the home server pool.
> > Why is lessen the impact using load-balance?
> The idea is that only one will die at the time. Fewer request go to the
> dead server before it's marked dead - fewer rejects and retries.
Ok, thanks again.
> >> In 2.1.6 the server can be configured to not respond when it does not
> >> receive a response from a home server. This will cause the NAS to retry
> >> the
> >> request multiple times, which will eventually cause the proxy server to
> >> send
> >> the request to the alive home server. Let me know if you want to try
> >> this
> >> and I can send an example configuration.
> > Yes, I want to try.
> It's there already, you just need to use the policy. See do_not_respond in
Thank you very much Ivan.
> Ivan Kalik
> Kalik Informatika ISP
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Ana Gallardo Gómez
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