Can you run multiple instances of Shibboleth for SP?
chad at chadphillips.org
Mon Jul 1 01:17:55 EDT 2019
Thank you for the reply. I should have been clearer with my question :)
My setup is
DomainA.com with SP A (using Shiboleth). The IDP is Salesforce.
DomainB.com with SP B (using Shiboleth). The IDP is Azure.
I already have setup DomainA.com with SP A (using Shiboleth). The IDP
So my question is can I use the same instance of Shiboleth for
DomainB.com, SP B, but it will be using a different IDP.
>From Scott's reply, I believe what I want to do is possibl. Is this
what I need to be looking at?
> From: Les LaCroix <llacroix at carleton.edu>
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> > You cannot run multiple instances, nor is that necessary for anything
> > you're asking about.
> I interpreted the question differently, with the focus being on whether or
> not one linux server could run independent IdPs. I've run multiple IdPs
> behind one httpd, so I expected the answer was "yes". :-) I don't see why
> one cannot host separate IdPs for RoboSquirrels.biz and ThreeWalnuts.org on
> the same linux server as virtual hosts behind an Apache httpd.
> In our case, the IdPs were separate development instances of the same
> production service, so none of them were production. Maybe something would
> have broken under load? I can't think of what it would be. Anyway, all of
> the IdPs were in separate installation directories
> (/home/<user>/shibboleth-idp/), but I expect it would behave the same if
> they were installed in /opt/shibboleth-idp/robosquirrels/ and
> It begs the question of whether or not that's really what you need or want
> to do, though. Good luck! -Les
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