(RADIATOR) Xeon procs and session DB.
Rodrigo Nuno Bragança da Cunha
rodrigo.cunha at corp.vodafone.pt
Tue Dec 16 12:04:50 CST 2003
Presumably if your handler forks and does heavy processing you should
get a gain from a multiprocessor.
Also, if your handler invokes a local database having a CPU for the DB
and another for radius won't hurt.
Wesley Hof wrote:
>I have 2 questions.
>1) Radiator is based on perl, so I suppose that dual-proc machines don't have
> any purpose ? What about a machine with a xeon proc ?
>2) Is the sessionDB split-up from the accounting DB?
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