(RADIATOR) Accessing pool from CheckPoolQuery

Hugh Irvine hugh at open.com.au
Thu Feb 26 00:05:10 CST 2004

Hello Andrew -

Perhaps I don't understand your question.....

An address is allocated from a pool (ie. you specify a PoolHint), but 
only the address itself is deallocated.

What exactly are you trying to do?



On 26 Feb 2004, at 16:46, Andrew Stevenson wrote:

> On Wed, 25 Feb 2004, Hugh Irvine wrote:
>> You can either specify multiple pools in the AddressAllocator SQL
>> clause, or you can specify multiple AddressAllocator SQL clauses.
>> Have a look at the code in "Radius/AddressAllocatorSQL.pm".
> I've patched AddressAllocatorSQL.pm to pass the pool to AllocateQuery 
> and
> CheckPoolQuery but obtaining the pool in DeallocateQuery is prooving
> awkward. It seems I either need to find some way of storing the pool 
> id in
> the session table so I can find which pool the IP address needs 
> returning
> in or to have an AddressAllocator for every pool (identical expect the
> pool hardcoded in some SQL statements).
> Am I misunderstanding? I'm not quite sure I understand your
> instructions...
> Thanks,
> Andrew

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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