Shibboleth 3.3.1 install on brand new Windows Server
amorris at cardiffmet.ac.uk
Mon May 8 12:38:24 EDT 2017
Thanks, yes I was unsure whether to rename the thread or whether that would be frowned upon.
It does appear to be something to do with the file permissions, I'm trying to figure it out.
From: users [mailto:users-bounces at shibboleth.net] On Behalf Of Peter Schober
Sent: 08 May 2017 17:31
To: users at shibboleth.net
Subject: Re: Shibboleth 3.3.1 install on brand new Windows Server
* 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 MS-Windows, yes).
* 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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