[RADIATOR] Cloud storage - RADIUS accounting
rohan.henry at cwjamaica.com
Tue Sep 18 18:41:32 CDT 2012
Thanks for the quick reply Hugh.
I was thinking of storing a copy of accounting records to flat files plus
storing a copy to an ORACLE database (in the cloud) for access by RADMIN.
And also possibly using that same ORACLE database for my sessions database
for Simultaneous-Use limit checks.
From: Hugh Irvine [mailto:hugh at open.com.au]
Sent: Tuesday, September 18, 2012 6:17 PM
To: Rohan Henry
Cc: radiator at open.com.au
Subject: Re: [RADIATOR] Cloud storage - RADIUS accounting
Hello Rohan -
It depends on what you mean by "cloud storage".
Radiator can use any combination of flat files, SQL databases, and proxying
of the accounting requests.
In your case it would probably make sense to store a copy of the accounting
records in flat files on the local machine, plus proxy the requests to an
instance of Radiator "in the cloud" to store the records remotely as well.
On 19 Sep 2012, at 08:52, "Rohan Henry" <rohan.henry at cwjamaica.com> wrote:
> Is it feasible to use cloud storage (instead of local) for RADIUS
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> radiator at open.com.au
hugh at open.com.au
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