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FR3 odd log indentation

Diggins Mike
Just started logging wireless authentications to my FR3 server today and noticed a couple changes from FR2. Two questions, what does the value in the brackets () represent and what's with the odd indentation on the Login OK lines. This is the way it appears in my syslog.

Feb  1 09:22:41 frsrv3 radiusd[14322]: (10) Login OK: [nettest] (from client IPSentry port 0)
Feb  1 09:25:59 frsrv3 radiusd[14322]: (42)   Login OK: [user1] (from client WLC-TEST port 0 via TLS tunnel)
Feb  1 09:25:59 frsrv3 radiusd[14322]: (43) Login OK: [user1] (from client WLC-TEST port 13 cli 94-65-2d-6c-94-82)
Feb  1 09:26:19 frsrv3 radiusd[14322]: (57)   Login OK: [user2] (from client WLC-TEST port 0 via TLS tunnel)
Feb  1 09:26:19 frsrv3 radiusd[14322]: (58) Login OK: [user2] (from client WLC-TEST port 13 cli 58-e6-ba-45-66-c7)
Feb  1 09:26:21 frsrv3 radiusd[14322]: (72)   Login OK: [user3] (from client WLC-TEST port 0 via TLS tunnel)
Feb  1 09:26:21 frsrv3 radiusd[14322]: (73) Login OK: [user3] (from client WLC-TEST port 13 cli b8-d7-af-05-d3-5d)
Feb  1 09:26:24 frsrv3 radiusd[14322]: (87)   Login OK: [user4] (from client WLC-TEST port 0 via TLS tunnel)
Feb  1 09:26:24 frsrv3 radiusd[14322]: (88) Login OK: [user4] (from client WLC-TEST port 13 cli 58-e6-ba-45-66-c7)
Feb  1 09:26:34 frsrv3 radiusd[14322]: (102)   Login OK: [user4] (from client WLC-TEST port 0 via TLS tunnel)
Feb  1 09:26:34 frsrv3 radiusd[14322]: (103) Login OK: [user4] (from client WLC-TEST port 13 cli 58-e6-ba-45-66-c7)
Feb  1 09:27:23 frsrv3 radiusd[14322]: (117)   Login OK: [user5] (from client WLC-TEST port 0 via TLS tunnel)
Feb  1 09:27:23 frsrv3 radiusd[14322]: (118) Login OK: [user5] (from client WLC-TEST port 13 cli a4-5e-60-d5-01-d5)
Feb  1 09:27:42 frsrv3 radiusd[14322]: (132)   Login OK: [user6] (from client WLC-TEST port 0 via TLS tunnel)
Feb  1 09:27:42 frsrv3 radiusd[14322]: (133) Login OK: [user6] (from client WLC-TEST port 13 cli 20-2d-07-03-01-34)

-Mike
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Re: FR3 odd log indentation

Jorge Pereira
Hi Diggins,

Which exact version are you using?
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Jorge Pereira

On Fri, Feb 1, 2019 at 11:03 PM Diggins Mike <[hidden email]> wrote:

>
> Just started logging wireless authentications to my FR3 server today and noticed a couple changes from FR2. Two questions, what does the value in the brackets () represent and what's with the odd indentation on the Login OK lines. This is the way it appears in my syslog.
>
> Feb  1 09:22:41 frsrv3 radiusd[14322]: (10) Login OK: [nettest] (from client IPSentry port 0)
> Feb  1 09:25:59 frsrv3 radiusd[14322]: (42)   Login OK: [user1] (from client WLC-TEST port 0 via TLS tunnel)
> Feb  1 09:25:59 frsrv3 radiusd[14322]: (43) Login OK: [user1] (from client WLC-TEST port 13 cli 94-65-2d-6c-94-82)
> Feb  1 09:26:19 frsrv3 radiusd[14322]: (57)   Login OK: [user2] (from client WLC-TEST port 0 via TLS tunnel)
> Feb  1 09:26:19 frsrv3 radiusd[14322]: (58) Login OK: [user2] (from client WLC-TEST port 13 cli 58-e6-ba-45-66-c7)
> Feb  1 09:26:21 frsrv3 radiusd[14322]: (72)   Login OK: [user3] (from client WLC-TEST port 0 via TLS tunnel)
> Feb  1 09:26:21 frsrv3 radiusd[14322]: (73) Login OK: [user3] (from client WLC-TEST port 13 cli b8-d7-af-05-d3-5d)
> Feb  1 09:26:24 frsrv3 radiusd[14322]: (87)   Login OK: [user4] (from client WLC-TEST port 0 via TLS tunnel)
> Feb  1 09:26:24 frsrv3 radiusd[14322]: (88) Login OK: [user4] (from client WLC-TEST port 13 cli 58-e6-ba-45-66-c7)
> Feb  1 09:26:34 frsrv3 radiusd[14322]: (102)   Login OK: [user4] (from client WLC-TEST port 0 via TLS tunnel)
> Feb  1 09:26:34 frsrv3 radiusd[14322]: (103) Login OK: [user4] (from client WLC-TEST port 13 cli 58-e6-ba-45-66-c7)
> Feb  1 09:27:23 frsrv3 radiusd[14322]: (117)   Login OK: [user5] (from client WLC-TEST port 0 via TLS tunnel)
> Feb  1 09:27:23 frsrv3 radiusd[14322]: (118) Login OK: [user5] (from client WLC-TEST port 13 cli a4-5e-60-d5-01-d5)
> Feb  1 09:27:42 frsrv3 radiusd[14322]: (132)   Login OK: [user6] (from client WLC-TEST port 0 via TLS tunnel)
> Feb  1 09:27:42 frsrv3 radiusd[14322]: (133) Login OK: [user6] (from client WLC-TEST port 13 cli 20-2d-07-03-01-34)
>
> -Mike
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Re: FR3 odd log indentation

arr2036
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> On Feb 2, 2019, at 8:02 AM, Diggins Mike <[hidden email]> wrote:
>
> Just started logging wireless authentications to my FR3 server today and noticed a couple changes from FR2. Two questions, what does the value in the brackets () represent and what's with the odd indentation on the Login OK lines. This is the way it appears in my syslog.

It's the request number.  It monotonically increases with each request and is reset to zero if the server is ever restarted.  As for the odd indentation, not sure.

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RE: FR3 odd log indentation

Diggins Mike
In reply to this post by Jorge Pereira
It's the RHEL 7 FR3 (3.0.13-9.el7_5).

-Mike

-----Original Message-----
From: Freeradius-Users <freeradius-users-bounces+diggins=[hidden email]> On Behalf Of Jorge Pereira
Sent: Friday, February 1, 2019 8:05 PM
To: FreeRadius users mailing list <[hidden email]>
Subject: Re: FR3 odd log indentation

Hi Diggins,

Which exact version are you using?
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Jorge Pereira

On Fri, Feb 1, 2019 at 11:03 PM Diggins Mike <[hidden email]> wrote:

>
> Just started logging wireless authentications to my FR3 server today and noticed a couple changes from FR2. Two questions, what does the value in the brackets () represent and what's with the odd indentation on the Login OK lines. This is the way it appears in my syslog.
>
> Feb  1 09:22:41 frsrv3 radiusd[14322]: (10) Login OK: [nettest] (from client IPSentry port 0)
> Feb  1 09:25:59 frsrv3 radiusd[14322]: (42)   Login OK: [user1] (from client WLC-TEST port 0 via TLS tunnel)
> Feb  1 09:25:59 frsrv3 radiusd[14322]: (43) Login OK: [user1] (from client WLC-TEST port 13 cli 94-65-2d-6c-94-82)
> Feb  1 09:26:19 frsrv3 radiusd[14322]: (57)   Login OK: [user2] (from client WLC-TEST port 0 via TLS tunnel)
> Feb  1 09:26:19 frsrv3 radiusd[14322]: (58) Login OK: [user2] (from client WLC-TEST port 13 cli 58-e6-ba-45-66-c7)
> Feb  1 09:26:21 frsrv3 radiusd[14322]: (72)   Login OK: [user3] (from client WLC-TEST port 0 via TLS tunnel)
> Feb  1 09:26:21 frsrv3 radiusd[14322]: (73) Login OK: [user3] (from client WLC-TEST port 13 cli b8-d7-af-05-d3-5d)
> Feb  1 09:26:24 frsrv3 radiusd[14322]: (87)   Login OK: [user4] (from client WLC-TEST port 0 via TLS tunnel)
> Feb  1 09:26:24 frsrv3 radiusd[14322]: (88) Login OK: [user4] (from client WLC-TEST port 13 cli 58-e6-ba-45-66-c7)
> Feb  1 09:26:34 frsrv3 radiusd[14322]: (102)   Login OK: [user4] (from client WLC-TEST port 0 via TLS tunnel)
> Feb  1 09:26:34 frsrv3 radiusd[14322]: (103) Login OK: [user4] (from client WLC-TEST port 13 cli 58-e6-ba-45-66-c7)
> Feb  1 09:27:23 frsrv3 radiusd[14322]: (117)   Login OK: [user5] (from client WLC-TEST port 0 via TLS tunnel)
> Feb  1 09:27:23 frsrv3 radiusd[14322]: (118) Login OK: [user5] (from client WLC-TEST port 13 cli a4-5e-60-d5-01-d5)
> Feb  1 09:27:42 frsrv3 radiusd[14322]: (132)   Login OK: [user6] (from client WLC-TEST port 0 via TLS tunnel)
> Feb  1 09:27:42 frsrv3 radiusd[14322]: (133) Login OK: [user6] (from client WLC-TEST port 13 cli 20-2d-07-03-01-34)
>
> -Mike
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