(RADIATOR) Ldap Issues
hugh at open.com.au
Sun Dec 7 17:07:17 CST 2003
Hello José -
Have you tried using "Fork" in the AuthBy clause? Why do you say it
I myself am not sure whether "Fork" will work or not, but you can do
some testing to find out.
Alternatively you can use multiple instances of Radiator (possibly on
multiple hosts) with a load balancer in front. You may find the AuthBy
ROUNDROBIN/VOLUMEBALANCE/LOADBALANCE clauses useful for this. See
section 6.43 in the Radiator 3.7.1 reference manual.
At the very least you should run one instance for authentication and
another instance for accounting.
On 07/12/2003, at 9:07 PM, José Borges Ferreira wrote:
> I have a system that provide me a crippled ldap interface to
> authenticate users. So far so good.
> The problem is that that system takes about 500 ms to respond,
> altought i can make parallel resquests and get a throughput of 80
> Since i cant fork LDAP auth requests which alternatives do i got to
> have better performace in Radiator?
> José Borges Ferreira
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NB: have you included a copy of your configuration file (no secrets),
together with a trace 4 debug showing what is happening?
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