Re: Dr Watson errors

Mitch Wagers ( )
Wed, 07 May 1997 14:26:57 -0500

Um, I don't mean to be rude...but there seems to be major problems with
version that going to be fixed, I would like to upgrade as well?

At 09:31 AM 5/7/97 -0700, you wrote:
>Hi folks ....
>Here is our problem, and I could really use some help !!!!
>We upgrade top NT 4.0 and at the same time upgraded to radius 6. We were
>using radius before and were authenticating from the user table, logging
>the accounting transaction to both the detail file and SQL 6.5 server using
>the emerald tables that came with radius. Now ... we can authenticate ok
>form the user table and can log the accounting transactions to the detail
>file, but as soon as I try to log to the odbc SQL database, I get errors.
>The major one is a Dr Watson error that terminates radius. It is an 'access
>violation; error and it usually happens after logging 1 accounting
>transaction to the database. This happens when I let radius run as a
>service and when i invoke it from the command prompt. Here is how Radadmin
>is set up and the command I use at the command prompt. As well here is
>what radius replies after the -x15.
>radadmin settings:
>Configuration Tab:
> Authentication
>- Encrypt passwords is checked
>- Port is set to 1645
>- Port is set to 1646
>- ODBC and Text Files are checked
>- General and ODBC are checked
>- Manual Calls Update and Time Banking are checked
>Directories and Files Tab
>- Data Directory : c:\radius\
>- Accounting Directory: c:\radius\acct
>- Users File: users
>Security Tab
>Username: Radius
>Password: (set to password on SQL 6.5)
>When I invoke radius at the prompt I enter (at C:\radius\) radius -x15 and
>the following is displayed:
>0) EncryptPasswords: 1
>1) IgnoreCase: 0
>2) AuthPort: 1645
>3) ReqAcctAuth: 0
>4) AcctPort: 1646
>5) Mode: 2
>6) Options: 6
>7) Debug: 5
>8) ODBCDatasource: Radius
>9) DataDirectory: c:\radius\
>10) AcctDirectory: c:\radius\acct
>11) UsersFile: users
>12) Username: Radius
>13) Password: qwerty
>Param: Debug Level: 15
>Initializing Winsock...
>ODBC Datasource: 'Radius'...
>Allocating ODBC Henv...
>Allocating ODBC Connect...
>Making ODBC Connection...
>Allocating Statement...
> SQL Statement: Select Name, RadAttributeID, Type From RadAttributes
> SQL Statement: Select ra.Name, rv.Name, rv.Value From RadValues rv,
>RadAttributes ra Where rv.RadAttributeID = ra.RadAttributeId
>Allocating Statement...
> SQL Statement: Select Server, IPAddress, Secret From Servers
> Client:primary : :depict
>Allocating Statement...
>Accounting Column 0: 'NASIdentifier'
>Accounting Column 1: 'NASPort'
>Accounting Column 2: 'AcctSessionId'
>Accounting Column 3: 'AcctStatusType'
>Accounting Column 4: 'CallDate'
>Accounting Column 5: 'UserName'
>Accounting Column 6: 'AcctAuthentic'
>Accounting Column 7: 'UserService'
>Accounting Column 8: 'LoginService'
>Accounting Column 9: 'LoginHost'
>Accounting Column 10: 'AcctDelayTime'
>Accounting Column 11: 'AcctSessionTime'
>Accounting Column 12: 'FramedProtocol'
>Accounting Column 13: 'FramedAddress'
>Accounting Column 14: 'AcctInputOctets'
>Accounting Column 15: 'AcctOutputOctets'
>Accounting Column 16: 'AcctTerminateCause'
>Accounting Column 17: 'NASPortType'
>Accounting Column 18: 'ClientPortDNIS'
> Loading users...
> User:abc
> User:123
> User:aabbot
> and it loads the rest of the users ... I won't include that .... then it
>runs for about 1 min depending if it is trying to send accounting info to
>the database and then sometimes I get an ODBC error
>SQLDirect Error: [Microsoft][ODBC SQL SERVER Driver][SQL Server] Violation
>of primary key constraint 'pk_Calls': Attempt to insert duplicate key in
>object 'Calls' and then with a split second th Dr watson error message
>appears and the radius daemon terminates.
>This is the problem and I have try everything I can think of, I have read
>all the messages posted so far. I am obviously missing something but I am
>at a loss. The old version at least logged where is was supposed to ..
>Help please !!!!!!
>Doris Dean
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