Hello Requiem -
On Sat, 14 Aug 1999, perso wrote:
> I've got a very big problem. Radiator Crash and i probably know why
> I can use it for about 1 minute sometime more sometime less.
> I'm under a Sun (Solari 2.6) using the authby ldapsdk
> When radiusd try to bind to my ldap server and when a timeout (maybe)
> occurs, radiusd crash and i've got a very nice core dump. This only appears
> when i got a timeout.
> If somebody know why please answer me !
> Here is my configuration and some additionnal notes
> # radius.cfg
> LogDir /var/log/radius
> DbDir /usr/local/etc/radiator
> Trace 4
> PidFile %L/radiusd.pid
> AuthPort 1645
> AcctPort 1646
> LogFile %L/radius.log
> DictionaryFile /usr/local/etc/radiator/dictionary
> #i use this module to : * exchange 2 parameters because i authenticate
> # onto the phone number and password
> # * To add 1 entry into the ldap (I know it
> isn't a good idea but i must)
> # at accounting start
> # * To delete 1 entry at accounting stop
> PreClientHook file:"/usr/local/etc/radiator/accessldap.pl"
> <Client localhost>
> Secret xxxxxx
> DupInterval 0
> FramedGroupBaseAddress 10.0.3.1
> NasType Cisco
> <Realm DEFAULT>
> AcctLogFileName %L/detail
> WtmpFileName %L/wtmp
> <AuthBy LDAPSDK>
> Host 192.168.20.30
> Port 389
> AuthDN cn=Directory Manager
> AuthPassword password
> BaseDN o=servicesusers
> UsernameAttr wapusermsisdn
> PasswordAttr wapuserpassword
> Into my perl module all connections are correctly closed !
We have not tested LDAPSDK on Solaris, instead we have always used LDAP2.
(LDAPSDK is normally used on NT). I suggest you try LDAP2 instead, and perhaps
test things in isolation without your PreClientHook in the first instance to
ascertain where the problem lies.
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