Configuration

Configuration

Configuration

This guide will help you configure Radius, our advanced data analytics software, to tailor it to your specific needs.

This guide will help you configure Radius, our advanced data analytics software, to tailor it to your specific needs.

This guide will help you configure Radius, our advanced data analytics software, to tailor it to your specific needs.

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Configuration Files

Configuration Files

Configuration Files

Radius configuration settings are stored in configuration files.


The primary configuration file is located at:


  • Linux/macOS: /etc/radius/radius.conf

  • Windows: C:\Program Files\Radius\config\radius.conf

Basic Configuration

Basic Configuration

Basic Configuration

  1. Opening the Configuration File

    Use a text editor to open the Radius configuration file according to your operating system:

    Linux/macOS: Open a terminal and run the following command:

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sudo
  • Windows: Navigate to C:\Program Files\Radius\config\ and open radius.conf with a text editor like Notepad.



  1. Configuring Basic Settings
    In the configuration file, you'll find various settings that you can customize, including:

    Data Sources: Configure data sources such as databases, data lakes, or APIs.

    Data Storage: Define the location and format of saved data.

    User Preferences: Customize the user interface, themes, and default settings.



  1. Saving Configuration Changes
    After making your desired changes, save the configuration file. If you opened the file with nano (Linux/macOS), press Ctrl + O to save and Ctrl + X to exit.



  1. Restarting Radius

    For your changes to take effect, restart the Radius application:

    • Linux/macOS: Open a terminal and run:

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sudo service radius restart
  • Windows: Restart the Radius application.

Advanced Configuration

Advanced Configuration

Advanced Configuration

Radius allows for advanced configuration through its scripting and plugin system. You can create custom scripts and plugins to extend the functionality of Radius to meet your unique requirements.


  1. Scripting

    Radius supports Python scripting for automation and custom data processing. Write your Python scripts and save them in the designated scripts directory. Refer to the official documentation for scripting guidelines and examples.


  1. Plugins

    Radius offers a plugin system for integrating with external tools and services. Create and configure plugins to connect with databases, data pipelines, or other systems. Detailed plugin configuration instructions can be found in the official Radius documentation.

Backup and Restore

Backup and Restore

Backup and Restore

To safeguard your configurations and data, regularly back up the Radius configuration files and any custom scripts or plugins you've created. In the event of system failure or upgrades, you can easily restore your settings and data.

If you have any questions or need assistance, please don't hesitate to contact our support team at demo@radius.com.

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