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How do I improve OAuth 2.0 performance in OpenAM 13.0?

Last updated Jan 5, 2021

The purpose of this article is to provide information on improving OAuth 2.0 performance in OpenAM 13.0.


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Improving OAuth 2.0 performance

In OpenAM 13.0, there is a known performance issue: OPENAM-8023 (OAuth2 load: contention at level (perf regression compared to AM12.0.2)). This issue is resolved in OpenAM 13.5. 

You can mitigate this issue in OpenAM 13.0 as follows:

  1. Create a completely empty file. For example, you can use the following command if you are using a Linux® or Unix® operating system: $ touch [filename]
  2. Run the following ssoadm commands against all realms where you are using OAuth2: $ ./ssoadm add-svc-realm -e [realmname] -s ScriptingService -u [adminID] -f [passwordfile] -D [emptyfile] $ ./ssoadm create-sub-cfg -e [realmname] -s ScriptingService -g scriptConfigurations -u [adminID] -f [passwordfile] -D [emptyfile]  replacing [realmname], [adminID], [passwordfile] and [emptyfile] with appropriate values.

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OPENAM-8023 (OAuth2 load: contention at level (perf regression compared to AM12.0.2))

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