Shibboleth 3.3.1 install on brand new Windows Server
peter.schober at univie.ac.at
Mon May 8 12:31:02 EDT 2017
* Ortner Nikolaus <N.Ortner at fh-kaernten.at> [2017-05-08 16:33]:
> Ad Windows:
@Niko: The OP was now asking about CentOS (within a thead, about
* Morris, Andi <amorris at cardiffmet.ac.uk> [2017-05-08 13:34]:
> I'm seeing the exact same thing on a freshly built Jetty 9.3.19
> deployment with Shib IdP 3.3.1 on CentOS.
I don't know about Jetty (bundled or installed indepdendently) but on
Unixoids it's merely a question of file permissions, i.e.:
If the user your container runs as does not have permissions to create
a directory (or write to it) then give it those permissions.
For comparison/inspiration: Here's an example for IDPv3 with Tomact8
on Debian 8 -- so clearly *not* directly applicable to your case --
where Tomcat runs as non-root:
That's just for the IDP to function, but it seems you'll need to take
care of Jetty's "tmp" directory, too, in a simiar way.
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