Also as a side note to all those using Access...don't forget to compact
your database on a fairly regular basis. It can grow quite large very
quickly with multiple staff adding/changing user information. We got up to
130 MB (with 5000 users) and RADIUS started to show 2000ms+ ODBC latency.
After a compact, the DB was down to 4 MB (yep..4 MB) and ODBC was back to
Hope this helps....
Sam Dibrell, Jr.
South Texas Internet Connections, Inc.
San Antonio, Texas
At 10:01 AM 2/19/97 GMT+2, you wrote:
>I am currently using Access 97 for radius and working 100%
>I have a backup authentication server, but share the same radius
>*.mdb file. on the primary server. This actually defeats the whole
>purpose of having a backup server, because if the main one is down,
>the backup server can't use the file anyway.
>The one way I got it working is to copy the file to the backup
>server, but now if I add a user to the Main server I have to copy the
>Is there anyway around this ?
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