(RADIATOR) multiple radius process
jgh at visi.net
Mon Jun 9 09:15:16 CDT 2003
When i played around with this setup, and i needed to run a few
instances with identical configs but on different IPs, i found using a
GlobalVar to be very useful. set the IP or port in each radius by passing
it via a GlobalVar on the command line, then you can use it to set various
items that can't be shared between instances, like PidFile and Logs. I'm
not doing it that way anymore, but i think it went something like this:
and so on.
At 10:56 AM 6/5/2003, you wrote:
>On 6/5/03 2:20 AM, "Mike McCauley" <mikem at open.com.au> wrote:
> > On Thu, 5 Jun 2003 03:58 pm, jaws wrote:
> >> Got it. That means i can also use the same config file?
> > Yes, if you use the -auth_port and -acct_port command linet flags.
> > Cheers.
>Be careful on this. If you have entries in the config that use files for
>logs, etc, the two processes could step on each other causing a major
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