Manually force Shibboleth SP to expire/invalidate all sessions
tom at joinroot.com
Wed Feb 21 10:53:00 EST 2018
>I'd still be interested in your comments about this approach:
> Have you considered using a storage backend that does support
> clustering and fail-over properly? Memcache in itself has no
> replication, andrepcache seems to be a dead end. Have you tried
> replacing your memcached instances with Couchbase Server?
I guess I don't understand the approach and therefore the question? I'm
using shibd and Apache as an authenticated reverse proxy. My app fully
supports clustering and doesn't need sticky sessions. I kicked around
using a Postgres DB for SP clustering per
rejected it as it seems strongly discouraged and we believed the latency
penalty hitting a external DB would be too high. It sounds like this is
all going to change in V3 here really soon, so I think I'm going to focus
on understanding the V3 changes and how they'll impact me. I have a
solution I can implement for V2. Thanks.
--Tom Noonan II
On Wed, Feb 21, 2018 at 10:13 AM, Peter Schober <peter.schober at univie.ac.at>
> * Tom Noonan <tom at joinroot.com> [2018-02-21 15:45]:
> > I'm also unfamiliar with the Shibboleth consortium and how to join it
> Of course becoming a (paying, that's the whole point) consortium
> member is no guarantee to get something implemented.
> (You can always contribute code, of course.)
> I'd still be interested in your comments about this approach:
> > > Have you considered using a storage backend that does support
> > > clustering and fail-over properly? Memcache in itself has no
> > > replication, andrepcache seems to be a dead end. Have you tried
> > > replacing your memcached instances with Couchbase Server?
> > > https://www.couchbase.com/memcached
> For Consortium Member technical support, see https://wiki.shibboleth.net/
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