Selective disabling of radacct and radpostauth entries for specific users in 3.0.12

Alex Sharaz alex.sharaz at
Fri May 6 12:30:47 CEST 2016


Found it, never mind

On 6 May 2016 at 11:16, Alex Sharaz <alex.sharaz at> wrote:

> Hi,
> With FR 2.x I configured stuff so that for locally generated
> "Health-Check" users I didn't write entries into the back end database.
> some of these users authenticate every 30 seconds. This worked fine.
> I've now set up two 3.0.12 servers that write radacctg and radpostauth
> info into a postgresql back end db. Again everything works fine and I can
> see appropriate entries in the db tables. What I can't find is where to put
> my "If auths from this client don't write to the db" clause in my
> sites-enable directory files.
> I thought something like
>        if  ("%{client:shortname}"  != "systems0")  {
>            -sql
>         }
> would work but FR is  hanging in there and still writing the users into
> the db. I should point out that I'm using the "null" sql driver and writing
> accoiunting and postauth stuff into a text file with radsqlrelay actually
> doing the job of getting the data into the db.
> rgds
> Alex

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