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rlm_detail(5)		       FreeRADIUS Module		 rlm_detail(5)

NAME
       rlm_detail - FreeRADIUS Module

DESCRIPTION
       The  rlm_detail	module writes radius packets to	'detail' files.	 It is
       primarily used for storing accounting information, but can be  used  in
       other sections to write packet details as well.

       The  file  format is similar to that of the old Livingston servers, and
       many 'detail' file parsers should work with FreeRADIUS.

       The main	configuration items to be aware	of are:

       file   The file name in which  to  store	 the  radius  packet  records.
	      NOTE: this variable is run through dynamic string	expansion, and
	      can include FreeRADIUS variables to create a dynamic filename.

	    %{radacctdir}/%{Client-IP-Address}/detail-%Y%m

	    This will create one file per month, for each client.
	    This accomplishes 'file rotation' automatically from
	    within the server.

       permissions
	      The file permissions of the file.	 If omitted,  the  default  is
	      0600.

       locking
	      This  option  is	set  to	'yes' or 'no'.	By default it is 'no'.
	      Set this to yes to enable	file locking, which is used  with  the
	      'radrelay' program.

CONFIGURATION
       modules {
	 ...
	 detail	{
	   filename = ${radacctdir}/%{Client-IP-Address}/detail-%Y%m
	   permissions = 0600
	   dir_permissions = 0755
	   locking = no
	 }
	 ...
       }
	 ...
       accounting {
	...
	detail
	...
       }

SECTIONS
       authorization, accounting, pre_proxy, post_proxy, post_authentication

FILES
       /usr/local/share/examples/freeradius/raddb/radiusd.conf

SEE ALSO
       radiusd(8), radiusd.conf(5)

AUTHORS
       Chris Parker, cparker@segv.org

				 27 June 2013			 rlm_detail(5)

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