Martin.Ubank at uwe.ac.uk
Fri Aug 15 17:14:49 CEST 2014
Thanks for your reply.
I have made a backup of the v2.2.0 configuration files.
To ensure I get the new features of v2.2.5 and the custom changes that were in place for v2.2.0, how would you suggest I go about the integration of the configuration files?
Should I start with all the v2.2.0 files and ensure the new version works with them, then integrate the v2.2.5 changes, testing them one-by-one?
Or is there a better method?
For v2.2.0, I upgraded from a package install, so everything was in a different location. I added the previous custom changes into the v2.2.0 configuration files and it worked pretty much first time. That approach hasn't worked this time.
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> Subject: Re: Upgrading FreeRadius
> > We have FreeRadius v2.2.0 running on Centos 6 VMs and want to
> upgrade to
> > v2.2.5.
> > Various files in /usr/local/etc/raddb have been customised for use
> > our eduroam network.
> > Is there a recommended upgrade method for v2.2.5?
> do what you did to build/install 2.2.0
> before you 'make install' you should do a backup copy *just in case* eg
> cp -R /usr/local/etc/raddb /usr/local/etc/raddb.backup
> FreeRADIUS installer should not touch any files that already exist -
> however, note that this means some files (eg dictionary files) might not
> have newer
> entries in..and any FreeRADIUS config files that use new features/expose
> new features
> wont be seen in your config - so read/compare the new 2.2.5 src raddb
> entries to see what
> you are missing out on :-)
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