StorageService-backed RelayState mechanism did not return a state value.

Dan McLaughlin dmclaughlin at
Mon Nov 19 17:24:00 EST 2018

So the benefit of switching the relayState from ss:mem to cookie is
that if a client starts a request on one node in a webserver/SP
cluster and then we stop the server they are on and the client fails
over to another webserver/SP in the cluster they will still be logged
in?  If that's correct, then what's the down side of using relayState
cookie, and why would you ever want to use relayState ss:mem?


On Mon, Nov 19, 2018 at 4:10 PM Cantor, Scott <cantor.2 at> wrote:
> On 11/19/18, 5:00 PM, "users on behalf of Dan McLaughlin" <users-bounces at on behalf of dmclaughlin at> wrote:
> > To use cookie is the only thing we have to do is change the relayState
> > from ss:mem to cookie?
> To change the mechanism used for tracking RelayState, yes.
> -- Scott
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