[OpenAM] look into the session table
frederic Van De Velde
frederic.vandevelde at paradigmo.com
Thu Nov 25 11:43:15 EST 2010
Seems I have to restart for the parameter to be active, I did it on the dev instance and it's already showing more information.
I'll prepare it on the prod servers and will wait for the next restart.
Currently we have to restart each instances every two day which is a pity because the opensso server are used about 20 hours a day.
What would be the impact of setting the number of sessions to a very high number like 100000 for example ?
On 25 Nov 2010, at 17:28, Steve Ferris wrote:
> You can set this property under configuration / servers and sites
> Under the session tab you should see all operational sessions. If that doesn't help, we would have to write some custom code.
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> On 25 Nov 2010, at 4:19pm, frederic Van De Velde wrote:
>> We have a problem with the session table constantly filling up until it is completely full.
>> In the statistics (amMasterSessionTableStats) we have this:
>> Max sessions in session table Current/Peak:3782/3794
>> Max active sessions Current/Peak:3775/3785
>> Session Notifications in Queue Current/Peak:0/0
>> When the number of session reach 5000 the server answer "Maximum Sessions limit reached or session quota has exhausted" but in the session tab of the console there are only few sessions active.
>> I have that on 4 different opensso instances, 3 of them are behind an apache load balancer but they do not share any session information.
>> The 4th one serve as a dev instance but has also the same problem.
>> Is there an easy way to look into the session table an see what are the details about those stuk sessions ?
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