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/*

 * $Id$
 *
 * Postgresql schema for FreeRADIUS
 *
 * All field lengths need checking as some are still suboptimal. -pnixon 2003-07-13
 *
 */

/*

 * Table structure for table 'radacct'
 *
 * Note: Column type bigserial does not exist prior to Postgres 7.2
 *       If you run an older version you need to change this to serial
 */

CREATE TABLE radacct ( RadAcctId bigserial PRIMARY KEY, AcctSessionId text NOT NULL, AcctUniqueId text NOT NULL UNIQUE, UserName text, GroupName text, Realm text, NASIPAddress inet NOT NULL, NASPortId text, NASPortType text, AcctStartTime timestamp with time zone, AcctUpdateTime timestamp with time zone, AcctStopTime timestamp with time zone, AcctInterval bigint, AcctSessionTime bigint, AcctAuthentic text, ConnectInfo_start text, ConnectInfo_stop text, AcctInputOctets bigint, AcctOutputOctets bigint, CalledStationId text, CallingStationId text, AcctTerminateCause text, ServiceType text, FramedProtocol text, FramedIPAddress inet, FramedIPv6Address inet, FramedIPv6Prefix inet, FramedInterfaceId text, DelegatedIPv6Prefix inet ); -- This index may be useful.. -- CREATE UNIQUE INDEX radacct_whoson on radacct (AcctStartTime, nasipaddress);

-- For use by update-, stop- and simul_* queries CREATE INDEX radacct_active_session_idx ON radacct (AcctUniqueId) WHERE AcctStopTime IS NULL;

-- Add if you you regularly have to replay packets -- CREATE INDEX radacct_session_idx ON radacct (AcctUniqueId);

-- For use by onoff- CREATE INDEX radacct_bulk_close ON radacct (NASIPAddress, AcctStartTime) WHERE AcctStopTime IS NULL;

-- For use by cleanup scripts -- Works well for timeout queries, where ((acctstoptime IS NULL) AND (acctupdatetime -- as well as removing old sessions from the database. -- -- Although at first glance it appears where an index on AcctUpdateTime with condition WHERE AcctStopTime IS NULL; -- would be more effective, the query planner refused to use the index (for some unknown reason), and doing it this -- way allows the index to be used for both timeouts and cleanup. CREATE INDEX radacct_bulk_timeout ON radacct (AcctStopTime NULLS FIRST, AcctUpdateTime);

-- and for common statistic queries: CREATE INDEX radacct_start_user_idx ON radacct (AcctStartTime, UserName); -- and, optionally -- CREATE INDEX radacct_stop_user_idx ON radacct (acctStopTime, UserName);

/*

 * Table structure for table 'radcheck'
 */

CREATE TABLE radcheck ( id serial PRIMARY KEY, UserName text NOT NULL DEFAULT , Attribute text NOT NULL DEFAULT , op VARCHAR(2) NOT NULL DEFAULT '==', Value text NOT NULL DEFAULT ); create index radcheck_UserName on radcheck (UserName,Attribute); /*

 * Use this index if you use case insensitive queries
 */

-- create index radcheck_UserName_lower on radcheck (lower(UserName),Attribute);

/*

 * Table structure for table 'radgroupcheck'
 */

CREATE TABLE radgroupcheck ( id serial PRIMARY KEY, GroupName text NOT NULL DEFAULT , Attribute text NOT NULL DEFAULT , op VARCHAR(2) NOT NULL DEFAULT '==', Value text NOT NULL DEFAULT ); create index radgroupcheck_GroupName on radgroupcheck (GroupName,Attribute);

/*

 * Table structure for table 'radgroupreply'
 */

CREATE TABLE radgroupreply ( id serial PRIMARY KEY, GroupName text NOT NULL DEFAULT , Attribute text NOT NULL DEFAULT , op VARCHAR(2) NOT NULL DEFAULT '=', Value text NOT NULL DEFAULT ); create index radgroupreply_GroupName on radgroupreply (GroupName,Attribute);

/*

 * Table structure for table 'radreply'
 */

CREATE TABLE radreply ( id serial PRIMARY KEY, UserName text NOT NULL DEFAULT , Attribute text NOT NULL DEFAULT , op VARCHAR(2) NOT NULL DEFAULT '=', Value text NOT NULL DEFAULT ); create index radreply_UserName on radreply (UserName,Attribute); /*

 * Use this index if you use case insensitive queries
 */

-- create index radreply_UserName_lower on radreply (lower(UserName),Attribute);

/*

 * Table structure for table 'radusergroup'
 */

CREATE TABLE radusergroup ( id serial PRIMARY KEY, UserName text NOT NULL DEFAULT , GroupName text NOT NULL DEFAULT , priority integer NOT NULL DEFAULT 0 ); create index radusergroup_UserName on radusergroup (UserName); /*

 * Use this index if you use case insensitive queries
 */

-- create index radusergroup_UserName_lower on radusergroup (lower(UserName));

-- -- Table structure for table 'radpostauth' --

CREATE TABLE radpostauth ( id bigserial PRIMARY KEY, username text NOT NULL, pass text, reply text, CalledStationId text, CallingStationId text, authdate timestamp with time zone NOT NULL default now() );

/*

 * Table structure for table 'nas'
 */

CREATE TABLE nas ( id serial PRIMARY KEY, nasname text NOT NULL, shortname text NOT NULL, type text NOT NULL DEFAULT 'other', ports integer, secret text NOT NULL, server text, community text, description text ); create index nas_nasname on nas (nasname);