freeradius starts before mysql
mikej at rogers.com
Mon May 15 19:06:06 UTC 2006
Scot Hetzel wrote:
> On 5/15/06, Mike Jakubik <mikej at rogers.com> wrote:
>> Thanks for the info. I will try the second method. But im finding this
>> rcNG stuff a little weird. If application A provides X, and application
>> B requires X, shouldn't A always start before B? If not, them my
>> understanding of "require" and "provide" is flawed i guess...
> You didn't say which version of FreeBSD your using. If your using
> FreeBSD <= 6.0, then the PROVIDES and REQUIRE lines have no effect in
> your /usr/local/etc/rc.d.
> If your using -CURRENT, or 6.1+ then the PROVIDES and REQUIRE lines
> should affect the order in which the applications from
It's 6.1-R. The should, but they don't seem to. Mysql provides mysql,
and freeradius requires mysql, but i am still getting errors from
freeradius. It's as if freeradius cant find the mysql library.
Wed May 10 00:30:27 2006 : Error: rlm_sql_mysql: Couldn't connect socket
to MySQL server root at localhost:radius
Wed May 10 00:30:27 2006 : Error: rlm_sql_mysql: Mysql error 'Can't
connect to local MySQL server through socket '/tmp/mysql.sock' (2)'
Wed May 10 00:30:27 2006 : Error: rlm_sql (sql): Failed to connect DB
Wed May 10 00:30:27 2006 : Error: rlm_sql (sql): generate_sql_clients()
Wed May 10 00:30:27 2006 : Error: radiusd.conf: sql: Module
Wed May 10 00:30:27 2006 : Error: radiusd.conf Unknown module "sql".
Wed May 10 00:30:27 2006 : Error: radiusd.conf Failed to parse
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