(RADIATOR) Radiusd crashes with strange error
hugh at open.com.au
Tue Jul 9 15:39:18 CDT 2002
Hello Leon -
There are two problems here -
the first is that the port number that radiusd is trying to open is already in
use by another program or another instance of radiusd
the second is that you have not installed the new version of Radiator
correctly and the "get_port" subroutine is not present in the "Radius/Util"
module that you are running
BTW - the current version is Radiator 3.1 (plus patches).
On Wed, 10 Jul 2002 02:58, Leon Oosterwijk wrote:
> I've recently upgraded two machines to 3.0. I'm now getting the following
> error sporadically:
> our program
> /usr/bin/radiusd -config_file /etc/radiator/radius.cfg -dictionary_file
> exited unexpectedly with exit status 0,
> signal number 0 and dump indication 0.
> The STDERR output was Error:
> creating socket: Address already in use
> Undefined subroutine &Radius::Util::get_port called at /usr/bin/radiusd
> line 328. .
> The program will be restarted again by /usr/local/sbin/restartWrapper in
> 600 seconds.
> This mail message was automatically generated by restartWrapper, part of
> the OSC Radiator package.
> What could be causing this? The Util.pm under the Radius dir have the
> routine called get_port all the way at the bottom of the file.
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