From: "Barry Kiesz" <email@example.com> Subject: RE: [Emerald] Still trying to use Radusers.exe Date: Wed, 30 Oct 2002 11:47:47 -0600 Message-ID: <002001c2803c$7540f6a0$8a15a8c0@BKLAPTOP01>
Thanks for the reply.. Comments are below...
Northern Valley Communications
> -----Original Message-----
> From: firstname.lastname@example.org
> [mailto:email@example.com] On Behalf Of Dale
> E. Reed Jr.
> Sent: Wednesday, October 30, 2002 11:36 AM
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: RE: [Emerald] Still trying to use Radusers.exe
> Can you set your email package to send plain text to
> the mail lists? The HTML gets really ugly and hard to
> read sometimes. :)
I have mine set for plain text, unless someone e-mails me in HTML, then
it turns around and formats html.. I know, it bugs the hell out of me
too. BAD HTML, BAD!!!
> > 1. There is no spacing between the 1st record
> > and 2nd (the only instance of that) and
> I'll take a look at this. I believe there may be a
> newer version as well.
I just that was weird. It's the only record that did this..
> > 2. user-service and Framed-Protocol are "1 and 2's".
> > Any way of spitting out the actual words? If not,
> > we'll just convert it with a "find and replace"
> This is perfectly fine and just makes the file smaller.
> Since its NOT meant to be read/edited by humans, its
> preferred. It actually saves RadiusNT times parsing the
> file and having to do DB lookups on the words, since it
> really needs the numbers (which RadUsers puts in there).
We actually need to run this on another RADIUS system (little experiment
we're running), so I think we need the names.. We can do this ourselves
for the time being. I can understand why you shorten it up though, 6MB
to 200K, not bad!
> For example, this is perfectly acceptable:
> bruce 2 = "dopink"
> 6 = 2
> 7 = 1
> for a user file entry. We took a 6MB backup users file
> that took minutes to load in and got it down to a couple
> hundred KB that took seconds to load in using that method a
> while back. :)