Mysql radius.radacct trying to clean up
sophie.loewenthal at trimbletl.com
Wed Nov 18 16:42:54 CET 2015
Yes I tried deleting a months worth of data earlier, locked the table,
and had to kill the query!
Maybe easier to truncate during planned downtime, and then run sql from
cron keeping enough days of data.
Thanks for your help.
System Engineer ITOPS / Trimble Transport & Logistics
On 18-Nov-15 4:13 PM, Jonathan Gazeley wrote:
> Hi Sophie,
> If an Accounting-Stop record comes in and the Accounting-Start record
> can't be found, it just inserts the Accounting-Stop record anyway.
> For what it's worth, we have a daily cron job that runs this SQL query
> to clear rows older than 3 months out from radius.radacct so it never
> gets too big. We don't stop/start radiusd when doing this.
> delete from radius.radacct where acctstoptime < date_sub(now(),
> interval 3 month);
> If your table has already reached 11 million rows then that giant
> query might take a long time to complete depending on the speed of
> your database server so you might prefer to delete old rows manually
> in batches to begin with (use the LIMIT keyword in your query), and
> then enable the cron job. Or just truncate the table, as you suggested.
> On 18/11/15 15:02, Sophie Loewenthal wrote:
>> Our radacct table in mysql reached 11 million rows and we don't
>> need this information.
>> Would it be safe if I
>> stopped FreeRadius,
>> mysql: truncate radius.radacct;
>> started FreeRadius?
>> How would this affect the active sessions with Radius (e.g those who
>> had accounting records sent back after the table had been truncated )?
>> Kind regards,
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