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#!/bin/bash
#
# lib/keystone
# Functions to control the configuration and operation of **Keystone**
# Dependencies:
#
# - ``functions`` file
# - ``tls`` file
# - ``DEST``, ``STACK_USER``
# - ``FILES``
# - ``IDENTITY_API_VERSION``
# - ``BASE_SQL_CONN``
# - ``SERVICE_HOST``, ``SERVICE_PROTOCOL``
# - ``S3_SERVICE_PORT`` (template backend only)
# ``stack.sh`` calls the entry points in this order:
#
# - install_keystone
# - configure_keystone
# - _config_keystone_apache_wsgi
# - init_keystone
# - start_keystone
# - bootstrap_keystone
# - create_keystone_accounts
# - stop_keystone
# - cleanup_keystone
# Save trace setting
_XTRACE_KEYSTONE=$(set +o | grep xtrace)
set +o xtrace
# Defaults
# --------
# Set up default directories
GITDIR["keystoneauth"]=$DEST/keystoneauth
GITDIR["python-keystoneclient"]=$DEST/python-keystoneclient
GITDIR["keystonemiddleware"]=$DEST/keystonemiddleware
KEYSTONE_DIR=$DEST/keystone
# Keystone virtual environment
if [[ ${USE_VENV} = True ]]; then
PROJECT_VENV["keystone"]=${KEYSTONE_DIR}.venv
KEYSTONE_BIN_DIR=${PROJECT_VENV["keystone"]}/bin
else
KEYSTONE_BIN_DIR=$(get_python_exec_prefix)
fi
KEYSTONE_CONF_DIR=${KEYSTONE_CONF_DIR:-/etc/keystone}
KEYSTONE_CONF=$KEYSTONE_CONF_DIR/keystone.conf
KEYSTONE_PUBLIC_UWSGI_CONF=$KEYSTONE_CONF_DIR/keystone-uwsgi-public.ini
KEYSTONE_ADMIN_UWSGI_CONF=$KEYSTONE_CONF_DIR/keystone-uwsgi-admin.ini
KEYSTONE_PUBLIC_UWSGI=$KEYSTONE_BIN_DIR/keystone-wsgi-public
KEYSTONE_ADMIN_UWSGI=$KEYSTONE_BIN_DIR/keystone-wsgi-admin
# KEYSTONE_DEPLOY defines how keystone is deployed, allowed values:
# - mod_wsgi : Run keystone under Apache HTTPd mod_wsgi
# - uwsgi : Run keystone under uwsgi
if [[ "$WSGI_MODE" == "uwsgi" ]]; then
KEYSTONE_DEPLOY=uwsgi
else
KEYSTONE_DEPLOY=mod_wsgi
fi
# Select the Identity backend driver
KEYSTONE_IDENTITY_BACKEND=${KEYSTONE_IDENTITY_BACKEND:-sql}
# Select the Assignment backend driver
KEYSTONE_ASSIGNMENT_BACKEND=${KEYSTONE_ASSIGNMENT_BACKEND:-sql}
# Select the Role backend driver
KEYSTONE_ROLE_BACKEND=${KEYSTONE_ROLE_BACKEND:-sql}
# Select the Resource backend driver
KEYSTONE_RESOURCE_BACKEND=${KEYSTONE_RESOURCE_BACKEND:-sql}
# Select Keystone's token provider (and format)
# Refer keystone doc for supported token provider:
# https://docs.openstack.org/keystone/latest/admin/token-provider.html
KEYSTONE_TOKEN_FORMAT=${KEYSTONE_TOKEN_FORMAT:-fernet}
KEYSTONE_TOKEN_FORMAT=$(echo ${KEYSTONE_TOKEN_FORMAT} | tr '[:upper:]' '[:lower:]')
# Set Keystone interface configuration
KEYSTONE_AUTH_HOST=${KEYSTONE_AUTH_HOST:-$SERVICE_HOST}
KEYSTONE_AUTH_PORT=${KEYSTONE_AUTH_PORT:-35357}
KEYSTONE_AUTH_PORT_INT=${KEYSTONE_AUTH_PORT_INT:-35358}
KEYSTONE_AUTH_PROTOCOL=${KEYSTONE_AUTH_PROTOCOL:-$SERVICE_PROTOCOL}
# Public facing bits
KEYSTONE_SERVICE_HOST=${KEYSTONE_SERVICE_HOST:-$SERVICE_HOST}
KEYSTONE_SERVICE_PORT=${KEYSTONE_SERVICE_PORT:-5000}
KEYSTONE_SERVICE_PORT_INT=${KEYSTONE_SERVICE_PORT_INT:-5001}
KEYSTONE_SERVICE_PROTOCOL=${KEYSTONE_SERVICE_PROTOCOL:-$SERVICE_PROTOCOL}
# Bind hosts
KEYSTONE_ADMIN_BIND_HOST=${KEYSTONE_ADMIN_BIND_HOST:-$KEYSTONE_SERVICE_HOST}
# Set the project for service accounts in Keystone
SERVICE_DOMAIN_NAME=${SERVICE_DOMAIN_NAME:-Default}
SERVICE_PROJECT_NAME=${SERVICE_PROJECT_NAME:-service}
# Note 2016-03 : SERVICE_TENANT_NAME is kept for backwards
# compatibility; we should be using SERVICE_PROJECT_NAME now
SERVICE_TENANT_NAME=${SERVICE_PROJECT_NAME:-service}
# if we are running with SSL use https protocols
if is_service_enabled tls-proxy; then
KEYSTONE_AUTH_PROTOCOL="https"
KEYSTONE_SERVICE_PROTOCOL="https"
fi
KEYSTONE_SERVICE_URI=${KEYSTONE_SERVICE_PROTOCOL}://${KEYSTONE_SERVICE_HOST}/identity
# for compat
KEYSTONE_AUTH_URI=$KEYSTONE_SERVICE_URI
# V3 URIs
KEYSTONE_AUTH_URI_V3=$KEYSTONE_SERVICE_URI/v3
KEYSTONE_SERVICE_URI_V3=$KEYSTONE_SERVICE_URI/v3
# Security compliance
KEYSTONE_SECURITY_COMPLIANCE_ENABLED=${KEYSTONE_SECURITY_COMPLIANCE_ENABLED:-True}
KEYSTONE_LOCKOUT_FAILURE_ATTEMPTS=${KEYSTONE_LOCKOUT_FAILURE_ATTEMPTS:-2}
KEYSTONE_LOCKOUT_DURATION=${KEYSTONE_LOCKOUT_DURATION:-10}
KEYSTONE_UNIQUE_LAST_PASSWORD_COUNT=${KEYSTONE_UNIQUE_LAST_PASSWORD_COUNT:-2}
# Number of bcrypt hashing rounds, increasing number exponentially increases required
# resources to generate password hash. This is very effective way to protect from
# bruteforce attacks. 4 is minimal value that can be specified for bcrypt and
# it works way faster than default 12. Minimal value is great for CI and development
# however may not be suitable for real production.
KEYSTONE_PASSWORD_HASH_ROUNDS=${KEYSTONE_PASSWORD_HASH_ROUNDS:-4}
# Cache settings
KEYSTONE_ENABLE_CACHE=${KEYSTONE_ENABLE_CACHE:-True}
# Functions
# ---------
# Test if Keystone is enabled
# is_keystone_enabled
function is_keystone_enabled {
[[ ,${DISABLED_SERVICES} =~ ,"keystone" ]] && return 1
[[ ,${ENABLED_SERVICES}, =~ ,"key", ]] && return 0
return 1
}
# cleanup_keystone() - Remove residual data files, anything left over from previous
# runs that a clean run would need to clean up
function cleanup_keystone {
if [ "$KEYSTONE_DEPLOY" == "mod_wsgi" ]; then
# These files will be created if we are running WSGI_MODE="mod_wsgi"
disable_apache_site keystone
sudo rm -f $(apache_site_config_for keystone)
else
stop_process "keystone"
# TODO: remove admin at pike-2
remove_uwsgi_config "$KEYSTONE_PUBLIC_UWSGI_CONF" "$KEYSTONE_PUBLIC_UWSGI"
remove_uwsgi_config "$KEYSTONE_ADMIN_UWSGI_CONF" "$KEYSTONE_ADMIN_UWSGI"
sudo rm -f $(apache_site_config_for keystone-wsgi-public)
sudo rm -f $(apache_site_config_for keystone-wsgi-admin)
fi
}
# _config_keystone_apache_wsgi() - Set WSGI config files of Keystone
function _config_keystone_apache_wsgi {
local keystone_apache_conf
keystone_apache_conf=$(apache_site_config_for keystone)
keystone_ssl_listen="#"
local keystone_ssl=""
local keystone_certfile=""
local keystone_keyfile=""
local keystone_service_port=$KEYSTONE_SERVICE_PORT
local keystone_auth_port=$KEYSTONE_AUTH_PORT
local venv_path=""
if is_service_enabled tls-proxy; then
keystone_service_port=$KEYSTONE_SERVICE_PORT_INT
keystone_auth_port=$KEYSTONE_AUTH_PORT_INT
fi
if [[ ${USE_VENV} = True ]]; then
venv_path="python-path=${PROJECT_VENV["keystone"]}/lib/$(python_version)/site-packages"
fi
sudo cp $FILES/apache-keystone.template $keystone_apache_conf
sudo sed -e "
s|%PUBLICPORT%|$keystone_service_port|g;
s|%ADMINPORT%|$keystone_auth_port|g;
s|%APACHE_NAME%|$APACHE_NAME|g;
s|%SSLLISTEN%|$keystone_ssl_listen|g;
s|%SSLENGINE%|$keystone_ssl|g;
s|%SSLCERTFILE%|$keystone_certfile|g;
s|%SSLKEYFILE%|$keystone_keyfile|g;
s|%USER%|$STACK_USER|g;
s|%VIRTUALENV%|$venv_path|g
s|%KEYSTONE_BIN%|$KEYSTONE_BIN_DIR|g
" -i $keystone_apache_conf
}
# configure_keystone() - Set config files, create data dirs, etc
function configure_keystone {
sudo install -d -o $STACK_USER $KEYSTONE_CONF_DIR
if [[ "$KEYSTONE_CONF_DIR" != "$KEYSTONE_DIR/etc" ]]; then
install -m 600 /dev/null $KEYSTONE_CONF
fi
# Populate ``keystone.conf``
if is_service_enabled ldap; then
iniset $KEYSTONE_CONF identity domain_config_dir "$KEYSTONE_CONF_DIR/domains"
iniset $KEYSTONE_CONF identity domain_specific_drivers_enabled "True"
fi
iniset $KEYSTONE_CONF identity driver "$KEYSTONE_IDENTITY_BACKEND"
iniset $KEYSTONE_CONF identity password_hash_rounds $KEYSTONE_PASSWORD_HASH_ROUNDS
iniset $KEYSTONE_CONF assignment driver "$KEYSTONE_ASSIGNMENT_BACKEND"
iniset $KEYSTONE_CONF role driver "$KEYSTONE_ROLE_BACKEND"
iniset $KEYSTONE_CONF resource driver "$KEYSTONE_RESOURCE_BACKEND"
# Enable caching
iniset $KEYSTONE_CONF cache enabled $KEYSTONE_ENABLE_CACHE
iniset $KEYSTONE_CONF cache backend $CACHE_BACKEND
iniset $KEYSTONE_CONF cache memcache_servers $MEMCACHE_SERVERS
iniset_rpc_backend keystone $KEYSTONE_CONF oslo_messaging_notifications
local service_port=$KEYSTONE_SERVICE_PORT
local auth_port=$KEYSTONE_AUTH_PORT
if is_service_enabled tls-proxy; then
# Set the service ports for a proxy to take the originals
service_port=$KEYSTONE_SERVICE_PORT_INT
auth_port=$KEYSTONE_AUTH_PORT_INT
fi
# Override the endpoints advertised by keystone (the public_endpoint and
# admin_endpoint) so that clients use the correct endpoint. By default, the
# keystone server uses the public_port and admin_port which isn't going to
# work when you want to use a different port (in the case of proxy), or you
# don't want the port (in the case of putting keystone on a path in
# apache).
iniset $KEYSTONE_CONF DEFAULT public_endpoint $KEYSTONE_SERVICE_URI
iniset $KEYSTONE_CONF DEFAULT admin_endpoint $KEYSTONE_AUTH_URI
if [[ "$KEYSTONE_TOKEN_FORMAT" != "" ]]; then
iniset $KEYSTONE_CONF token provider $KEYSTONE_TOKEN_FORMAT
fi
iniset $KEYSTONE_CONF database connection `database_connection_url keystone`
# Set up logging
if [ "$SYSLOG" != "False" ]; then
iniset $KEYSTONE_CONF DEFAULT use_syslog "True"
fi
# Format logging
setup_logging $KEYSTONE_CONF
iniset $KEYSTONE_CONF DEFAULT debug $ENABLE_DEBUG_LOG_LEVEL
if [ "$KEYSTONE_DEPLOY" == "mod_wsgi" ]; then
iniset $KEYSTONE_CONF DEFAULT logging_exception_prefix "%(asctime)s.%(msecs)03d %(process)d TRACE %(name)s %(instance)s"
_config_keystone_apache_wsgi
else # uwsgi
write_uwsgi_config "$KEYSTONE_PUBLIC_UWSGI_CONF" "$KEYSTONE_PUBLIC_UWSGI" "/identity"
write_uwsgi_config "$KEYSTONE_ADMIN_UWSGI_CONF" "$KEYSTONE_ADMIN_UWSGI" "/identity_admin"
fi
iniset $KEYSTONE_CONF DEFAULT max_token_size 16384
iniset $KEYSTONE_CONF fernet_tokens key_repository "$KEYSTONE_CONF_DIR/fernet-keys/"
iniset $KEYSTONE_CONF credential key_repository "$KEYSTONE_CONF_DIR/credential-keys/"
# Configure the project created by the 'keystone-manage bootstrap' as the cloud-admin project.
# The users from this project are globally admin as before, but it also
# allows policy changes in order to clarify the adminess scope.
#iniset $KEYSTONE_CONF resource admin_project_domain_name Default
#iniset $KEYSTONE_CONF resource admin_project_name admin
if [[ "$KEYSTONE_SECURITY_COMPLIANCE_ENABLED" = True ]]; then
iniset $KEYSTONE_CONF security_compliance lockout_failure_attempts $KEYSTONE_LOCKOUT_FAILURE_ATTEMPTS
iniset $KEYSTONE_CONF security_compliance lockout_duration $KEYSTONE_LOCKOUT_DURATION
iniset $KEYSTONE_CONF security_compliance unique_last_password_count $KEYSTONE_UNIQUE_LAST_PASSWORD_COUNT
fi
}
# create_keystone_accounts() - Sets up common required keystone accounts
# Project User Roles
# ------------------------------------------------------------------
# admin admin admin
# service -- --
# -- -- service
# -- -- ResellerAdmin
# -- -- member
# demo admin admin
# demo demo member, anotherrole
# alt_demo admin admin
# alt_demo alt_demo member, anotherrole
# invisible_to_admin demo member
# Group Users Roles Project
# ------------------------------------------------------------------
# admins admin admin admin
# nonadmins demo, alt_demo member, anotherrole demo, alt_demo
# Migrated from keystone_data.sh
function create_keystone_accounts {
# The keystone bootstrapping process (performed via keystone-manage
# bootstrap) creates an admin user, admin role, member role, and admin
# project. As a sanity check we exercise the CLI to retrieve the IDs for
# these values.
local admin_project
admin_project=$(openstack project show "admin" -f value -c id)
local admin_user
admin_user=$(openstack user show "admin" -f value -c id)
local admin_role="admin"
local member_role="member"
async_run ks-domain-role get_or_add_user_domain_role $admin_role $admin_user default
# Create service project/role
get_or_create_domain "$SERVICE_DOMAIN_NAME"
async_run ks-project get_or_create_project "$SERVICE_PROJECT_NAME" "$SERVICE_DOMAIN_NAME"
# Service role, so service users do not have to be admins
async_run ks-service get_or_create_role service
# The ResellerAdmin role is used by Nova and Ceilometer so we need to keep it.
# The admin role in swift allows a user to act as an admin for their project,
# but ResellerAdmin is needed for a user to act as any project. The name of this
# role is also configurable in swift-proxy.conf
async_run ks-reseller get_or_create_role ResellerAdmin
# another_role demonstrates that an arbitrary role may be created and used
# TODO(sleepsonthefloor): show how this can be used for rbac in the future!
local another_role="anotherrole"
async_run ks-anotherrole get_or_create_role $another_role
# invisible project - admin can't see this one
local invis_project
invis_project=$(get_or_create_project "invisible_to_admin" default)
# demo
local demo_project
demo_project=$(get_or_create_project "demo" default)
local demo_user
demo_user=$(get_or_create_user "demo" \
"$ADMIN_PASSWORD" "default" "demo@example.com")
async_wait ks-{domain-role,domain,project,service,reseller,anotherrole}
async_run ks-demo-member get_or_add_user_project_role $member_role $demo_user $demo_project
async_run ks-demo-admin get_or_add_user_project_role $admin_role $admin_user $demo_project
async_run ks-demo-another get_or_add_user_project_role $another_role $demo_user $demo_project
async_run ks-demo-invis get_or_add_user_project_role $member_role $demo_user $invis_project
# alt_demo
local alt_demo_project
alt_demo_project=$(get_or_create_project "alt_demo" default)
local alt_demo_user
alt_demo_user=$(get_or_create_user "alt_demo" \
"$ADMIN_PASSWORD" "default" "alt_demo@example.com")
async_run ks-alt-member get_or_add_user_project_role $member_role $alt_demo_user $alt_demo_project
async_run ks-alt-admin get_or_add_user_project_role $admin_role $admin_user $alt_demo_project
async_run ks-alt-another get_or_add_user_project_role $another_role $alt_demo_user $alt_demo_project
# groups
local admin_group
admin_group=$(get_or_create_group "admins" \
"default" "openstack admin group")
local non_admin_group
non_admin_group=$(get_or_create_group "nonadmins" \
"default" "non-admin group")
async_run ks-group-memberdemo get_or_add_group_project_role $member_role $non_admin_group $demo_project
async_run ks-group-anotherdemo get_or_add_group_project_role $another_role $non_admin_group $demo_project
async_run ks-group-memberalt get_or_add_group_project_role $member_role $non_admin_group $alt_demo_project
async_run ks-group-anotheralt get_or_add_group_project_role $another_role $non_admin_group $alt_demo_project
async_run ks-group-admin get_or_add_group_project_role $admin_role $admin_group $admin_project
async_wait ks-demo-{member,admin,another,invis}
async_wait ks-alt-{member,admin,another}
async_wait ks-group-{memberdemo,anotherdemo,memberalt,anotheralt,admin}
if is_service_enabled ldap; then
create_ldap_domain
fi
}
# Create a user that is capable of verifying keystone tokens for use with auth_token middleware.
#
# create_service_user <name> [role]
#
# We always add the service role, other roles are also allowed to be added as historically
# a lot of projects have configured themselves with the admin or other role here if they are
# using this user for other purposes beyond simply auth_token middleware.
function create_service_user {
get_or_create_user "$1" "$SERVICE_PASSWORD" "$SERVICE_DOMAIN_NAME"
get_or_add_user_project_role service "$1" "$SERVICE_PROJECT_NAME" "$SERVICE_DOMAIN_NAME" "$SERVICE_DOMAIN_NAME"
if [[ -n "$2" ]]; then
get_or_add_user_project_role "$2" "$1" "$SERVICE_PROJECT_NAME" "$SERVICE_DOMAIN_NAME" "$SERVICE_DOMAIN_NAME"
fi
}
# Configure a service to use the auth token middleware.
#
# configure_keystone_authtoken_middleware conf_file admin_user IGNORED [section]
#
# section defaults to keystone_authtoken, which is where auth_token looks in
# the .conf file. If the paste config file is used (api-paste.ini) then
# provide the section name for the auth_token filter.
function configure_keystone_authtoken_middleware {
local conf_file=$1
local admin_user=$2
local section=${3:-keystone_authtoken}
iniset $conf_file $section auth_type password
iniset $conf_file $section interface public
iniset $conf_file $section auth_url $KEYSTONE_SERVICE_URI
iniset $conf_file $section username $admin_user
iniset $conf_file $section password $SERVICE_PASSWORD
iniset $conf_file $section user_domain_name "$SERVICE_DOMAIN_NAME"
iniset $conf_file $section project_name $SERVICE_PROJECT_NAME
iniset $conf_file $section project_domain_name "$SERVICE_DOMAIN_NAME"
iniset $conf_file $section cafile $SSL_BUNDLE_FILE
iniset $conf_file $section memcached_servers $MEMCACHE_SERVERS
}
# configure_auth_token_middleware conf_file admin_user IGNORED [section]
# TODO(frickler): old function for backwards compatibility, remove in U cycle
function configure_auth_token_middleware {
echo "WARNING: configure_auth_token_middleware is deprecated, use configure_keystone_authtoken_middleware instead"
configure_keystone_authtoken_middleware $1 $2 $4
}
# init_keystone() - Initialize databases, etc.
function init_keystone {
if is_service_enabled ldap; then
init_ldap
fi
if [[ "$RECREATE_KEYSTONE_DB" == True ]]; then
# (Re)create keystone database
recreate_database keystone
fi
time_start "dbsync"
# Initialize keystone database
$KEYSTONE_BIN_DIR/keystone-manage --config-file $KEYSTONE_CONF db_sync
time_stop "dbsync"
if [[ "$KEYSTONE_TOKEN_FORMAT" == "fernet" ]]; then
rm -rf "$KEYSTONE_CONF_DIR/fernet-keys/"
$KEYSTONE_BIN_DIR/keystone-manage --config-file $KEYSTONE_CONF fernet_setup
fi
rm -rf "$KEYSTONE_CONF_DIR/credential-keys/"
$KEYSTONE_BIN_DIR/keystone-manage --config-file $KEYSTONE_CONF credential_setup
}
# install_keystoneauth() - Collect source and prepare
function install_keystoneauth {
if use_library_from_git "keystoneauth"; then
git_clone_by_name "keystoneauth"
setup_dev_lib "keystoneauth"
fi
}
# install_keystoneclient() - Collect source and prepare
function install_keystoneclient {
if use_library_from_git "python-keystoneclient"; then
git_clone_by_name "python-keystoneclient"
setup_dev_lib "python-keystoneclient"
fi
}
# install_keystonemiddleware() - Collect source and prepare
function install_keystonemiddleware {
# install_keystonemiddleware() is called when keystonemiddleware is needed
# to provide an opportunity to install it from the source repo
if use_library_from_git "keystonemiddleware"; then
git_clone_by_name "keystonemiddleware"
setup_dev_lib "keystonemiddleware"
else
# When not installing from repo, keystonemiddleware is still needed...
pip_install_gr keystonemiddleware
fi
# Install the memcache library so keystonemiddleware can cache tokens in a
# shared location.
pip_install_gr python-memcached
}
# install_keystone() - Collect source and prepare
function install_keystone {
# only install ldap if the service has been enabled
if is_service_enabled ldap; then
install_ldap
fi
git_clone $KEYSTONE_REPO $KEYSTONE_DIR $KEYSTONE_BRANCH
setup_develop $KEYSTONE_DIR
if is_service_enabled ldap; then
setup_develop $KEYSTONE_DIR ldap
fi
if [ "$KEYSTONE_DEPLOY" == "mod_wsgi" ]; then
install_apache_wsgi
fi
}
# start_keystone() - Start running processes
function start_keystone {
# Get right service port for testing
local service_port=$KEYSTONE_SERVICE_PORT
local auth_protocol=$KEYSTONE_AUTH_PROTOCOL
if is_service_enabled tls-proxy; then
service_port=$KEYSTONE_SERVICE_PORT_INT
auth_protocol="http"
fi
if [ "$KEYSTONE_DEPLOY" == "mod_wsgi" ]; then
enable_apache_site keystone
restart_apache_server
else # uwsgi
run_process keystone "$(which uwsgi) --procname-prefix keystone --ini $KEYSTONE_PUBLIC_UWSGI_CONF" ""
fi
echo "Waiting for keystone to start..."
# Check that the keystone service is running. Even if the tls tunnel
# should be enabled, make sure the internal port is checked using
# unencryted traffic at this point.
# If running in Apache, use the path rather than port.
local service_uri=$auth_protocol://$KEYSTONE_SERVICE_HOST/identity/v$IDENTITY_API_VERSION/
if ! wait_for_service $SERVICE_TIMEOUT $service_uri; then
die $LINENO "keystone did not start"
fi
# Start proxies if enabled
if is_service_enabled tls-proxy; then
start_tls_proxy keystone-service '*' $KEYSTONE_SERVICE_PORT $KEYSTONE_SERVICE_HOST $KEYSTONE_SERVICE_PORT_INT
start_tls_proxy keystone-auth '*' $KEYSTONE_AUTH_PORT $KEYSTONE_AUTH_HOST $KEYSTONE_AUTH_PORT_INT
fi
# (re)start memcached to make sure we have a clean memcache.
restart_service memcached
}
# stop_keystone() - Stop running processes
function stop_keystone {
if [ "$KEYSTONE_DEPLOY" == "mod_wsgi" ]; then
disable_apache_site keystone
restart_apache_server
else
stop_process keystone
fi
}
# bootstrap_keystone() - Initialize user, role and project
# This function uses the following GLOBAL variables:
# - ``KEYSTONE_BIN_DIR``
# - ``ADMIN_PASSWORD``
# - ``IDENTITY_API_VERSION``
# - ``REGION_NAME``
# - ``KEYSTONE_SERVICE_PROTOCOL``
# - ``KEYSTONE_SERVICE_HOST``
# - ``KEYSTONE_SERVICE_PORT``
function bootstrap_keystone {
$KEYSTONE_BIN_DIR/keystone-manage bootstrap \
--bootstrap-username admin \
--bootstrap-password "$ADMIN_PASSWORD" \
--bootstrap-project-name admin \
--bootstrap-role-name admin \
--bootstrap-service-name keystone \
--bootstrap-region-id "$REGION_NAME" \
--bootstrap-admin-url "$KEYSTONE_AUTH_URI" \
--bootstrap-public-url "$KEYSTONE_SERVICE_URI"
}
# create_ldap_domain() - Create domain file and initialize domain with a user
function create_ldap_domain {
# Creates domain Users
openstack --os-identity-api-version=3 domain create --description "LDAP domain" Users
# Create domain file inside etc/keystone/domains
KEYSTONE_LDAP_DOMAIN_FILE=$KEYSTONE_CONF_DIR/domains/keystone.Users.conf
mkdir -p "$KEYSTONE_CONF_DIR/domains"
touch "$KEYSTONE_LDAP_DOMAIN_FILE"
# Set identity driver 'ldap'
iniset $KEYSTONE_LDAP_DOMAIN_FILE identity driver "ldap"
# LDAP settings for Users domain
iniset $KEYSTONE_LDAP_DOMAIN_FILE ldap user_tree_dn "ou=Users,$LDAP_BASE_DN"
iniset $KEYSTONE_LDAP_DOMAIN_FILE ldap user_objectclass "inetOrgPerson"
iniset $KEYSTONE_LDAP_DOMAIN_FILE ldap user_name_attribute "cn"
iniset $KEYSTONE_LDAP_DOMAIN_FILE ldap user_mail_attribute "mail"
iniset $KEYSTONE_LDAP_DOMAIN_FILE ldap user_id_attribute "uid"
iniset $KEYSTONE_LDAP_DOMAIN_FILE ldap user "cn=Manager,dc=openstack,dc=org"
iniset $KEYSTONE_LDAP_DOMAIN_FILE ldap url "ldap://localhost"
iniset $KEYSTONE_LDAP_DOMAIN_FILE ldap suffix $LDAP_BASE_DN
iniset $KEYSTONE_LDAP_DOMAIN_FILE ldap password $LDAP_PASSWORD
iniset $KEYSTONE_LDAP_DOMAIN_FILE ldap group_tree_dn "ou=Groups,$LDAP_BASE_DN"
iniset $KEYSTONE_LDAP_DOMAIN_FILE ldap group_objectclass "groupOfNames"
iniset $KEYSTONE_LDAP_DOMAIN_FILE ldap group_name_attribute "cn"
iniset $KEYSTONE_LDAP_DOMAIN_FILE ldap group_id_attribute "cn"
# Restart apache and identity services to associate domain and conf file
sudo service apache2 reload
sudo systemctl restart devstack@keystone
# Create LDAP user.ldif and add user to LDAP backend
local tmp_ldap_dir
tmp_ldap_dir=$(mktemp -d -t ldap.$$.XXXXXXXXXX)
_ldap_varsubst $FILES/ldap/user.ldif.in $slappass >$tmp_ldap_dir/user.ldif
sudo ldapadd -x -w $LDAP_PASSWORD -D "$LDAP_MANAGER_DN" -H $LDAP_URL -c -f $tmp_ldap_dir/user.ldif
rm -rf $tmp_ldap_dir
local admin_project
admin_project=$(get_or_create_project "admin" default)
local ldap_user
ldap_user=$(openstack user show --domain=Users demo -f value -c id)
local admin_role="admin"
get_or_create_role $admin_role
# Grant demo LDAP user access to project and role
get_or_add_user_project_role $admin_role $ldap_user $admin_project
}
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