> has anyone run a single radmind server listening on two ports? I'm about
> to try this out because I need to separate out the Intel Macs from the
> PPC ones and have not implemented certs nor can I use DNS . I thought
> perhaps having two instances of the server running listening on
> different ports would solve that problem. I can clearly put up two
> instances of the server manager.app but that doesn't spawn a second
> server thread.
I'm currently doing this quite happily. I'm in the process of migrating to certificates and a new naming scheme for loadsets/.Ks and am running two radmind processes, one listening on the default port and one listening on 66620. I just edited the StartupItem so that it looks thus:
ConsoleMessage "Starting Radmind Server"
/usr/local/sbin/radmind -D /var/radmind2 -w2 -x /var/radmind2/cert/ca.pem -y /var/radmind2/cert/cert.pem -z /var/radmind2/cert/cert.pem -u 022 -p66620
/usr/local/sbin/radmind -F local3 -L info
I'm running my second one from a different base dir, but obviously you don't have to.
Geoff Lee <G.Lee@...>
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