About this Manual
This guide provides conceptual and procedural information for tuning and deploying RadiantOne. This includes the topics of caching and the server settings for different types of deployment configurations. The tuning tips described in this guide refer to the specific parameters you should take into consideration when tuning. For specific details and exact steps on configuring these parameters, you should see the RadiantOne System Administration Guide.
This manual is intended for administrators who are responsible for tuning and deploying RadiantOne. This manual assumes that the reader is familiar with the following:
LDAP failover and load balancing
How the Manual is Organized
This chapter describes tuning options that apply to the RadiantOne service at a global level, no matter what kind of namespace configuration options you use.
Tuning Tips for Caching in the RadiantOne Federated Identity Service
This chapter describes memory and persistent caching in RadiantOne FID.
Tuning Tips for Specific Types of Backend Data
Sources in the RadiantOne Federated Identity Service This chapter describes tuning options for specific types of backends virtualized by RadiantOne FID.
Tuning Tips for RadiantOne Universal Directory Stores
This chapter describes how best to tune the RadiantOne Universal Directory stores.
Testing RadiantOne Performance
This chapter describes what tool to use to test RadiantOne search and authentication performance.
Starting and Stopping Components
This chapter describes how to start and stop RadiantOne service and Control Panel. This also includes steps on how to installs these components to run as Windows services and Linux daemons.
This chapter describes possible deployment architectures including how to migrate from a Development/QA environment to production.
Before contacting Customer Support, please make sure you have the following information:
Version of RadiantOne
Type of computer you are using including operating system
The license number for the software
A description of your problem including error numbers if appropriate
Technical support can be reached using any of the following options:
Some settings are accessible only in Expert Mode. To switch to Expert Mode, click the Logged in as, (username) drop-down menu and select Expert Mode.
The Main Control Panel saves the last mode (Expert or Standard) when you log out and returns to this mode automatically when you log back in. The mode is saved on a per-role basis.