Cannot control attribute ordering via "rlm_perl"
bjorn at mork.no
Mon Jan 16 09:54:23 CET 2012
Alan DeKok <aland at deployingradius.com> writes:
> claude.brown wrote:
>> - Performance issues on our MySQL backend that we didn't have budget to
>> - Thread lock-up's inside MySQL library yet no MySQL server queries were
> I've seen lots of people running MySQL with 300K+ users, and no
> problems. The system needs to be designed carefully, but it *does* work.
You don't even need to be that careful. Just run a read-only mysql
slave instance locally on the radius server and all mysql-related
performance problems will vanish.
If you do mysql accounting: use buffered-sql aka decoupled-accounting.
It won't fix the performance issues on your accounting mysql-server, but
it will decouple the radius server from any such problems.
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