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egulik1 08-14-2012 10:53 AM

OpenAM (SSO) issue
 
Hello,
I'm not sure if this is the right place to ask this so please let me know where should I direct questions about OpenSSO on this website in the future.
The issue we're having is this:
We have openSSO installed on RHEL and once it starts writing into apache error log with message like this:
Error 4803:2b0e8ab43820 all: process_access_success(): Starting

then the whole system is slowing down and almost froze up so we've setup automatic monitor to restart apache everytime we see above error in the error_log and it's working fine that way but it would be nice to find out the real cause of that problem. What this error even mean, I went through many documentation websites but for some reason I can't find any reasonable answer to this.
Does anyone had similar problem?

Thanks

onebuck 08-14-2012 03:00 PM

Member Response
 
Hi,

Welcome to LQ!
Someone may chime in later but you should know;
Quote:

Excerpt from OpenSSO Wiki;

OpenSSO was an open source access management and federation server platform.
Oracle completed their acquisition of Sun Microsystems in February 2010 and shortly thereafter removed OpenSSO downloads from their website in an unannounced policy change. OpenSSO will continue to be developed and supported by ForgeRock under the name of "OpenAM
The OpenAM site has loads of useful information. Look at the OpenAM wiki;
Quote:

This is the home of all things OpenAM; downloads, HowTos, documentation, developers notes et cetera.
FAQs, Howto & documentation is also available.

Be sure to read the sample(s) & information under 'Home'. Look at 'OpenAm How do I' under 'Home' on the left of the page.

HTH!

egulik1 08-15-2012 07:42 AM

Yes, Indeed this is OpenAM and yes I did check their website but I couldn't find any useful information about that particular problem. Any tip would be useful. Thanks!


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