Log file format

John Horne john.horne at plymouth.ac.uk
Wed Sep 11 18:45:09 CEST 2019


I can see in our 'radius.log' file entries such as:

Wed Sep 11 17:33:27 2019 : Auth: (1746809) Login OK: [snipped]
Wed Sep 11 17:33:28 2019 : Auth: (1746811) Login incorrect (Home Server says
so): [snipped]

My question is what are the numbers 1746809 and 1746811?

They are too small to be an epoch time, and as a number of seconds don't
correspond to the server uptime.



John Horne | Senior Operations Analyst | Technology and Information Services
University of Plymouth | Drake Circus | Plymouth | Devon | PL4 8AA | UK

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