(RADIATOR) Session Database.
hugh at open.com.au
Tue Feb 10 16:14:55 CST 2004
Hello Wesley -
The session database is used by the authentication to _check_ the user
The actual sessions in the session database are _maintained_ by the
Therefore both authentication and accounting _must_ access the same
On 10 Feb 2004, at 22:54, Wesley Hof wrote:
> Hi List,
> I have a question about the session databases.
> We want to set a limit on the max. sessions / user, therefor we use
> the sessiondatabase.
> Now, I have 2 machines. One for accouning, one for authentication.
> My question, where should I put the SessionDatabase clause in ? The
> auth config
> or the acct config. I tried it in the auth config, but it seems not te
> be working.
> When I add the exact same syntax in the acct config, de Session Mysql
> Database gets filled up.
> Wich is correct.
> I thought session/MaxSessions/etc ... where handled by the auth part,
> and not by the accounting part.
> but why does the insert in the mysql works in the accounting config,
> and not in the authentication
> config, and the syntax is exact the same.
> Kind Regards,
> (o_ Wesley Hof
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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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