December 4, 2018 at 4:18 pm #24047
Wondering whether I need to configure a site in order to set up CTS with session failover. If I have two separate AM servers (AM1 and AM2) configured with CTS, do these need to both live in the same “site” in order for me to set the global attributes
Session persistenece and High Availability Failover Enabledand
Session Logout/Destroy Broadcast?
Thanks!December 4, 2018 at 4:30 pm #24048
I will expect that those values will be written on the Configuration Store of AM instead of the CTS store. In order to provide you a better reply, could you please point out the procedure you are working on? In this case we can get the versions of various components you are talking about. CheersDecember 4, 2018 at 4:35 pm #24049
I am working on Procedure 6.5 To Configure CTS in OpenAM for OpenAM 13.December 5, 2018 at 9:14 am #24053
6.5 talks about CTS Tuning Considerations but I got you. Like I said, per my understanding these global attributes and its values are stored in the configuration store of your OpenAMs.Since you have two OpenAMs, I would expect you to have two OpenDJ config stores,each per OpenAM. If those two Config Stores are not in replication, then you need to apply those changes on both of OpenAMs. No otherwise.December 5, 2018 at 3:17 pm #24056
6.5 starts out talking about how to configure CTS before they go into the tuning info. But those tuning global attributes seem to apply only to a predefined site. So, I would like to know whether I need to configure a site in order to take advantage of session failover. Or, would/could I configure a site with one server (server A) and then if it goes down failover to another site containing one server (server B)?
Thanks!December 5, 2018 at 10:16 pm #24066
Session failover requires an OpenAM site configuration with a Core Token Service.
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