Juju Charm - Barbican
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charm-barbican/templates/juno/barbican-api.conf

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[DEFAULT]
# Show more verbose log output (sets INFO log level output)
verbose = {{ options.verbose }}
# Show debugging output in logs (sets DEBUG log level output)
debug = {{ options.debug }}
# Address to bind the API server
bind_host = 0.0.0.0
# Port to bind the API server to
bind_port = 9311
# Host name, for use in HATEOS-style references
# Note: Typically this would be the load balanced endpoint that clients would use
# communicate back with this service.
host_href = http://localhost:9311
# Log to this file. Make sure you do not set the same log
# file for both the API and registry servers!
#log_file = /var/log/barbican/api.log
# Backlog requests when creating socket
backlog = 4096
# TCP_KEEPIDLE value in seconds when creating socket.
# Not supported on OS X.
#tcp_keepidle = 600
# Maximum allowed http request size against the barbican-api
max_allowed_secret_in_bytes = 10000
max_allowed_request_size_in_bytes = 1000000
# SQLAlchemy connection string for the reference implementation
# registry server. Any valid SQLAlchemy connection string is fine.
# See: http://www.sqlalchemy.org/docs/05/reference/sqlalchemy/connections.html#sqlalchemy.create_engine
# Uncomment this for local dev, putting db in project directory:
#sql_connection = sqlite:///barbican.sqlite
# Note: For absolute addresses, use '////' slashes after 'sqlite:'
# Uncomment for a more global development environment
# Period in seconds after which SQLAlchemy should reestablish its connection
# to the database.
#
# MySQL uses a default `wait_timeout` of 8 hours, after which it will drop
# idle connections. This can result in 'MySQL Gone Away' exceptions. If you
# notice this, you can lower this value to ensure that SQLAlchemy reconnects
# before MySQL can drop the connection.
sql_idle_timeout = 3600
# Default page size for the 'limit' paging URL parameter.
default_limit_paging = 10
# Maximum page size for the 'limit' paging URL parameter.
max_limit_paging = 100
# Number of Barbican API worker processes to start.
# On machines with more than one CPU increasing this value
# may improve performance (especially if using SSL with
# compression turned on). It is typically recommended to set
# this value to the number of CPUs present on your machine.
workers = 1
# Role used to identify an authenticated user as administrator
#admin_role = admin
# Allow unauthenticated users to access the API with read-only
# privileges. This only applies when using ContextMiddleware.
#allow_anonymous_access = False
# Allow access to version 1 of barbican api
#enable_v1_api = True
# Allow access to version 2 of barbican api
#enable_v2_api = True
# ================= SSL Options ===============================
# Certificate file to use when starting API server securely
#cert_file = /path/to/certfile
# Private key file to use when starting API server securely
#key_file = /path/to/keyfile
# CA certificate file to use to verify connecting clients
#ca_file = /path/to/cafile
# ================= Security Options ==========================
# AES key for encrypting store 'location' metadata, including
# -- if used -- Swift or S3 credentials
# Should be set to a random string of length 16, 24 or 32 bytes
#metadata_encryption_key = <16, 24 or 32 char registry metadata key>
# ============ Delayed Delete Options =============================
# Turn on/off delayed delete
delayed_delete = False
# Delayed delete time in seconds
scrub_time = 43200
# Directory that the scrubber will use to remind itself of what to delete
# Make sure this is also set in glance-scrubber.conf
scrubber_datadir = /var/lib/barbican/scrubber
# ======== OpenStack policy integration
# JSON file representing policy (string value)
policy_file=/etc/barbican/policy.json
# Rule checked when requested rule is not found (string value)
policy_default_rule=default
{% include "parts/database" %}
# ================= Queue Options - oslo.messaging ==========================
{% include "parts/section-rabbitmq-oslo" %}
# For HA, specify queue nodes in cluster as 'user@host:5672', comma delimited, ending with '/offset':
# For example: transport_url = rabbit://guest@192.168.50.8:5672,guest@192.168.50.9:5672/
# DO NOT USE THIS, due to '# FIXME(markmc): support multiple hosts' in oslo/messaging/_drivers/amqpdriver.py
# transport_url = rabbit://guest@localhost:5672/
# ================= Queue Options - Application ==========================
[queue]
# Enable queuing asynchronous messaging.
# Set false to invoke worker tasks synchronously (i.e. no-queue standalone mode)
enable = False
# Namespace for the queue
namespace = 'barbican'
# Topic for the queue
topic = 'barbican.workers'
# Version for the task API
version = '1.1'
# Server name for RPC service
server_name = 'barbican.queue'
# ================= Keystone Notification Options - Application ===============
[keystone_notifications]
# Keystone notification functionality uses transport related configuration
# from barbican common configuration as defined under
# 'Queue Options - oslo.messaging' comments.
# The HA related configuration is also shared with notification server.
# True enables keystone notification listener functionality.
enable = False
# The default exchange under which topics are scoped.
# May be overridden by an exchange name specified in the transport_url option.
control_exchange = 'openstack'
# Keystone notification queue topic name.
# This name needs to match one of values mentioned in Keystone deployment's
# 'notification_topics' configuration e.g.
# notification_topics=notifications, barbican_notifications
# Multiple servers may listen on a topic and messages will be dispatched to one
# of the servers in a round-robin fashion. That's why Barbican service should
# have its own dedicated notification queue so that it receives all of Keystone
# notifications.
topic = 'notifications'
# True enables requeue feature in case of notification processing error.
# Enable this only when underlying transport supports this feature.
allow_requeue = False
# Version of tasks invoked via notifications
version = '1.0'
# Define the number of max threads to be used for notification server
# processing functionality.
thread_pool_size = 10
# ================= Secret Store Plugin ===================
[secretstore]
namespace = barbican.secretstore.plugin
enabled_secretstore_plugins = store_crypto
# ================= Crypto plugin ===================
[crypto]
namespace = barbican.crypto.plugin
enabled_crypto_plugins = simple_crypto
[simple_crypto_plugin]
# the kek should be a 32-byte value which is base64 encoded
kek = 'YWJjZGVmZ2hpamtsbW5vcHFyc3R1dnd4eXoxMjM0NTY='
[dogtag_plugin]
pem_path = '/etc/barbican/kra_admin_cert.pem'
dogtag_host = localhost
dogtag_port = 8443
nss_db_path = '/etc/barbican/alias'
nss_password = 'password123'
[p11_crypto_plugin]
# Path to vendor PKCS11 library
library_path = '/usr/lib/libCryptoki2_64.so'
# Password to login to PKCS11 session
login = 'mypassword'
# Label to identify master KEK in the HSM (must not be the same as HMAC label)
mkek_label = 'an_mkek'
# Length in bytes of master KEK
mkek_length = 32
# Label to identify HMAC key in the HSM (must not be the same as MKEK label)
hmac_label = 'my_hmac_label'
# ================== KMIP plugin =====================
[kmip_plugin]
username = 'admin'
password = 'password'
host = localhost
port = 9090
# ================= Certificate plugin ===================
[certificate]
namespace = barbican.certificate.plugin
enabled_certificate_plugins = simple_certificate
[certificate_event]
namespace = barbican.certificate.event.plugin
enabled_certificate_event_plugins = simple_certificate