(RADIATOR) Radiator performance on various platforms.
hugh at open.com.au
Tue Jul 9 03:27:39 CDT 2002
Hi Bennie -
Most people set the trace level to 3 for normal operation.
On Tue, 9 Jul 2002 14:30, Bennie Warren wrote:
> I have a question on Trace level. Should that be set to 0 in a
> configuration file when all is working? Oh and yes OS X is really nice.
> On 7/8/02 4:03 PM, "Hugh Irvine" <hugh at open.com.au> wrote:
> > Hello Brian -
> > The largest installation that we are aware of currently runs on multiple
> > SUN servers (each with multi-processors and each running two instances of
> > Radiator). These servers have a load-balancer in front of them and on the
> > backend there is an enterprise class SUN server running Oracle.
> > This installation has tested throughput up to 1200 radius requests per
> > second.
> > On any modern hardware you will see throughput in the several hundreds
> > per second. However you need to be aware that the performance limitations
> > are almost always due to external factors such as the database.
> > Most of the people on the mailing list seem to use Linux, followed by
> > Solaris and *BSD. There are also many smaller installations running
> > Windows and MacOS (BTW - MacOS X is *really* nice...).
> > regards
> > Hugh
> > On Tue, 9 Jul 2002 08:38, Brian Morris wrote:
> >> Hi All,
> >> We are looking at upgrading our radiator / radius server and are
> >> considering the various platform options available to us.
> >> The radiator reference manual cites various performance measurements
> >> using versions of hardware and operating systems which are now several
> >> generations out of date.
> >> Does anyone have any performance information on radiator running on the
> >> likes of Solaris 8/9, Redhat 7 or NT 2000 with modern hardware? If so
> >> would they like to share their experiences?
> >> Thanks in advance,
> >> Brian.
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