(RADIATOR) Database support fault tolerance
hugh at open.com.au
Mon Jun 30 23:51:38 CDT 2003
Hello Dan -
We try to make Radiator good at dealing with radius requests, while at
the same time providing you with a wide range of facilities allowing
you to interface with other systems. As mentioned previously there are
alternatives available if database access cannot be assured.
On Tuesday, Jul 1, 2003, at 11:43 Australia/Melbourne, Dan Melomedman
> Hugh Irvine wrote:
>> Hello Dan -
>> It would be fairly simple to have Radiator write to a flat file for
>> accounting, and then have a cron job or similar load the data into the
>> database periodically. You will find a simple utility to do this in
>> file "goodies/radimportacct".
> I was hoping more for something like this included in Radiator's
> Would benefit many, really.
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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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