(RADIATOR) Radiator Freezing
hugh at open.com.au
Fri Jul 12 17:16:10 CDT 2002
Hello Chris -
For your first question, you should run Radiator with a "Trace 4" in the
configuration file so you get the debug output in the log file. You will then
be able to see what is going on and if you have any further questions you can
send me a copy (with your configuration file).
For your second question, there is an example configuration file and example
SQL table definitions in the "goodies" directory of the Radiator
There is also an excellent source of historical discussion on the archive site
that you will find here:
On Sat, 13 Jul 2002 03:07, Chris Painter wrote:
> I am brand new to the site and I have 2 questions first, I am running
> radiator on a windows 2k server and I have been getting screen freeze ups
> over the past couple of days. When this happens no users cannot
> authenticate. Second I want to put radiator on a FreeBSD machine and have
> it authenticate against a sql db any advice would be appreciated.
> Chris Painter
> Global Systems Inc.
> Systems Administrator/Distance Learning Project Manager
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