aland at deployingradius.com
Tue Jun 22 11:21:53 CEST 2010
Marius Pesé wrote:
> Thanks for your reply. You are right about the scenario I am trying to achieve:
> RADIUS1 + MySQL
> NAS --< |
> RADIUS2 + MySQL
> (Trying to point out the synchronized databases on both servers)
That's a database replication issue.
> I read the MySQL white paper on the solution you are proposing, but since we are a fairly small company we are actually hoping to find a solution using only two servers as in the first scenario you depictured.
> Do you think there is another reason besides scalability not to run mySQL and Radius on the same box?
Look at MySQL master-master replication.
> Is mySQL clustering the way to get redundant accounting either way or is there something in FreeRadius one can use for our smaller setup?
You can use MySQL clustering. The code is GPL, so there's no cost
other than time.
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