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rlm_dbm_parser - transforms simple syntax into rlm_dbm format
rlm_dbm_parser [-c] [-d raddb] [-i inputfile] [-o outputfile] [-x] [-v] [-q] [username ...]
rlm_dbm_parser reads a file of the syntax defined below, and writes a database file usable by rlm_dbm or edits current database.
rlm_dbm_parser reads a format similar to the one used by the files module. In incomplete RFC2234 ABNF, it looks like this: entries = *entry entry = identifier TAB definition identifier = username / group-name username = +PCHAR groupname = +PCHAR definition = (check-item ",")* LF ( *( reply-item ",") / ";" ) LF check-item = AS IN FILES reply-item = AS IN FILES * need definition of username and groupname As an example, these are the standard files definitions (files module). DEFAULT Service-Type == Framed-User Framed-IP-Address = 255.255.255.254, Framed-MTU = 576, Service-Type = Framed-User, Fall-Through = Yes #except who call from number 555-666 DEFAULT Auth-Type := Reject,Service-Type ==Framed-User, Calling-Station-ID == "555-666" #or call number 555-667 DEFAULT Auth-Type := Reject,Service-Type ==Framed-User, Calling-Station-ID == "555-667" To be a valid rlm_dbm input file, it should look like this: DEFAULT Service-Type == Framed-User # (1) Framed-IP-Address = 255.255.255.254, # comma, list cont'd Framed-MTU = 576, Service-Type = Framed-User, Fall-Through = Yes # \n, end of list Auth-Type := Reject,Service-Type ==Framed-User, # (2) Calling-Station-ID == "555-666" ; # ;, no reply items Auth-Type := Reject,Service-Type ==Framed-User, # (3) Calling-Station-ID == "555-667" ; # ditto This user (the DEFAULT user) contains three entries, 1, 2 and 3. The first entry has a list of reply items, terminated by a reply item without a trailing comma. Entries 2 and 3 has empty reply lists, as indicated by the semicolon. This is necessary to separate an empty line (which is ignored) from the empty list. Definition Fall-Through = Yes used in order to say module to check next record. By default Fall-Through = Yes.
-d raddb Use raddb as the radiusd configuration directory. -i inputfile Use file as the input file. If not defined then use standard input. -o outputfile Use file as the output file. -c Create a new database (empty output file before writing) -x Enable debug mode. Multiple x flags increase debug level. -q Do not print statistics (quiet). -v Print the version and exit. -r Remove a username or group name from the database.
Author: Andrei Koulik <email@example.com> Documentation: Bjørn Nordbø <firstname.lastname@example.org> RLM_DBM_PARSER(8)