On Mar 30, 1:13am, Ray Brighenti wrote:
> Subject: (RADIATOR) Radiator error messages with MySQL
> Hi all.
> OK I have our NAS (Ascend 4030) just sending Account START and STOP records
> to Radiator as I don't want Auth with it yet(one step at a time :). I have
> installed DBI-1.06 and Msql-Mysql-modules-1.2014 (I also had to install
> Data-Dumper-2.10 and Data-ShowTable-3.3 before Mysql modules would install).
> Anytime a START or STOP packet arrives the following is spat out
> Tue Mar 30 00:49:22 1999: ERR: Attribute number 32 (vendor ) is not defined
> in your dictionary
> Tue Mar 30 00:49:22 1999: DEBUG: Handling request with Handler
> Tue Mar 30 00:49:22 1999: ERR: Attribute number 33 (vendor ) is not defined
> in your dictionary
Those errors are caused by an entry missing from your dictionary. I would guess
you are using dictionary.ascend?
You need to add these to your dictionary:
ATTRIBUTE NAS-Identifier 32 string
ATTRIBUTE Proxy-State 33 binary
> Tue Mar 30 00:49:22 1999: DEBUG: Handling with Radius::AuthSQL
> install_driver(mysql) failed: Can't load
> '/usr/local/lib/perl5/site_perl/i386-freebsd/auto/DBD/mysql/mysql.so' for
> module DBD::mysql: Can't find shared library"libmysqlclient.so.5.2" at
> pm line 166.
> at (eval 23) line 2
> at Radius/SqlDb.pm line 97
> I have re-installed the modules with still the same error, is there
> something I have not configured or overlooked?
Hmmm, its a bit hard to tell, but I think that maybe the mysql client libraries
(part of the mysql package, not DBD-mysql) are not installed, or not installed
in the place that DBD-mysql expects them to be?
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