null principal in attribute resolver
paul.hethmon at clareitysecurity.com
Tue Nov 29 13:57:09 GMT 2011
Yes, we need to see the error. You'll need to approximate the same steps in production. We have to see the complete log info for that request that does not work. It has to show the initial authentication request, the login itself, the attribute resolution, and the final saml response to the client. You might also provide some set up information about your production site. Whether you have multiple servers, load balancer, clustering in place, etc. All of those things matter.
Chief Software Architect
Clareity Security, LLC
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From: Daniele Russo <ruda76 at gmail.com<mailto:ruda76 at gmail.com>>
Reply-To: Shibboleth Users <users at shibboleth.net<mailto:users at shibboleth.net>>
Date: Tue, 29 Nov 2011 14:53:03 +0100
To: Shibboleth Users <users at shibboleth.net<mailto:users at shibboleth.net>>
Subject: Re: null principal in attribute resolver
Hello Paul, this error does not occur to any request to login and above only in production environment.
I think you want to see the logs when this error occurs, or am I wrong?
Vuoi che seguo comunque le tue istruzioni?
2011/11/29 Paul Hethmon <paul.hethmon at clareitysecurity.com<mailto:paul.hethmon at clareitysecurity.com>>
You need to follow these steps if you want any meaningful help:
1. Shut down the idp
2. Clear all logs
3. Turn on the idp
4. Wait until the idp fully starts, check the process.log
5. Do one login
6. Shut down the idp
7. Post the process.log file starting with the very first authentication request
You can look at the process.log file at step 4 and note the last line in it. Post everything past that point.
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