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Radctl is a control interface to the
daemon. It allows the
user running it to query
radiusd about various aspects of its
work and to issue administrative commands to it. The syntax is
radctl command [args]
where command is a command telling
radctl which actions to
take, and args are optional arguments to the command. Only one
command can be specified per invocation.
The valid commands are as follows:
radiusd is not running already, it is started. When
present, args are passed as the command line to the
Stops the server and then starts it again. When present, args are passed as the command line to the server.
Causes the running
radiusd server to reread its configuration files.
radiusd to dump its user hash table into the file
‘radlog/radius.parse’. This can be used for debugging
This command shows the line of
ps(1) describing the running copy
radiusd program. The exact look depends on the version of
operating system you are running. Please refer to “man ps” for more
Here is an example of what
radctl status prints on
19692 ? 01:53:11 radiusd
Here, first field is the PID of the process, second field (‘?’) indicates that the running program has detached from the controlling terminal, the third field gives total amount of CPU time used by the program, and, finally, the last field shows the full name under which the command was invoked.
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