Re: RadiusNT 2.2 crashes.

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Tue, 27 Jan 1998 09:01:53 -0500

At 19:41 98-01-26 -0800, you wrote:
>Brad Albrecht wrote:
>> It would be most helpful to run Radius from the command prompt with -x15,
>> then send IEA-software (support, or Dale) the spew. You probably want to
>> make the window with the dos box scroll more than 25 or whatever lines, so
>> you can get the whole problem, not just what is on screen.
>> Understand that this will slow processing down several hundred
>> but it is barely noticeable to the dialup user. In the long run,
>> identifying and fixing the problem is better than restarting, and it's
>> the slowdown. (It worked for me, right Dale?
>Anytime you have problems with RadiusNT you should stop the service
>and run it in -x15 debug mode. This is outlined in the docs.
>If you minimize the window, the performance different is not noticeable.
>Typically its only about 10ms slower. The video update is what causes the
>several hundred millisecond different, not the debug stuff.
>Dale E. Reed Jr. (
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Radius is running right now in a dos window. As soon as the problem
comes up il will get back to you with more info.


Patrice Boucher
Administrateur de reseau