Hi, We seem to be having the "The maximum number of threads (32) are active" with Freeradius 1.0.3. Version 1.0.1 works just fine.
I tried to do a valgrind with -xxxx but when radiusd displays that message, you can no longer kill it. I have the debug output from the -xxxx and it shows the accounting processes running, adding info and completing but the thread doesn't seem to release. Example Tue Apr 17 09:49:57 2007 : Debug: rlm_sql (sql1): Reserving sql socket id: 6 Tue Apr 17 09:49:57 2007 : Debug: rlm_sql (sql1): Released sql socket id: 6 Tue Apr 17 09:49:57 2007 : Debug: modsingle[accounting]: returned from sql1 (rlm_sql) for request 48 Tue Apr 17 09:49:57 2007 : Debug: modcall[accounting]: module "sql1" returns ok for request 48 So it appears to be a problem with the mysql driver rather than a problem with a slow database query. Anything else I can provide ? Centos 4.3 Linux version 2.6.9-42.0.10.ELsmp 512 meg of ram Conntecting to a remote DB server over a dedicated gig network running MySQL 5.x Intel(R) Pentium(R) 4 CPU 3.20GHz with hyperthreading enabled. Regards, Rick
- List info/subscribe/unsubscribe? See http://www.freeradius.org/list/users.html