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Radius CDR File Rotation Mechanism Has Issue At Higher Load (Doc ID 787510.1)

Last updated on MARCH 16, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle Communications Billing and Revenue Management - Version and later
Oracle Solaris on SPARC (32-bit)
Sun Solaris SPARC (32-bit)


Let us consider, Radius is having the following CDR names and rotation logic .As per above configuration, Raidus will rotate CDR file to .log file (CURRENT to .log file) . At normal load it is working fine . When the load is high, say, 100 Radius messages per second , issue may be observed in the rotation mechanism .

After sending messages 100 per second, for one minute, two files are created; one is .log file and another is CURRENT as shown below . That is, CURRENT file never rotated and new CURRENT file is generated for the next minute .



After generating log file, batch controller may pick the log file for rating by UEL, as per the setup .
But, as the CURRENT file is not rotated, it will not genearte .log file .

-- Steps To Reproduce:
1) Configure Radius with the following rotation mechanism .

2) Send requests at higher rate using any simulators for around 10 min .

3) One may see that two files are created for one minute , CURRENT and .log file .


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