OpenStack Image Management (Glance)
You can not select more than 25 topics Topics must start with a letter or number, can include dashes ('-') and can be up to 35 characters long.

266 lines
7.6 KiB

[DEFAULT]
[image_conversion]
#
# From glance
#
#
# Desired output format for image conversion plugin.
#
# Provide a valid image format to which the conversion plugin
# will convert the image before storing it to the back-end.
#
# Note, if the Image Conversion plugin for image import is defined, users
# should only upload disk formats that are supported by `quemu-img` otherwise
# the conversion and import will fail.
#
# Possible values:
# * qcow2
# * raw
# * vmdk
#
# Related Options:
# * disk_formats
# (string value)
# Possible values:
# qcow2 - <No description provided>
# raw - <No description provided>
# vmdk - <No description provided>
#output_format = raw
[image_import_opts]
#
# From glance
#
#
# Image import plugins to be enabled for task processing.
#
# Provide list of strings reflecting to the task Objects
# that should be included to the Image Import flow. The
# task objects needs to be defined in the 'glance/async/
# flows/plugins/*' and may be implemented by OpenStack
# Glance project team, deployer or 3rd party.
#
# By default no plugins are enabled and to take advantage
# of the plugin model the list of plugins must be set
# explicitly in the glance-image-import.conf file.
#
# The allowed values for this option is comma separated
# list of object names in between ``[`` and ``]``.
#
# Possible values:
# * no_op (only logs debug level message that the
# plugin has been executed)
# * Any provided Task object name to be included
# in to the flow.
# (list value)
#
# This option has a sample default set, which means that
# its actual default value may vary from the one documented
# below.
#image_import_plugins = [no_op]
[import_filtering_opts]
#
# From glance
#
#
# Specify the "whitelist" of allowed url schemes for web-download.
#
# This option provides whitelisting of uri schemes that will be allowed when
# an end user imports an image using the web-download import method. The
# whitelist has priority such that if there is also a blacklist defined for
# schemes, the blacklist will be ignored. Host and port filtering, however,
# will be applied.
#
# See the Glance Administration Guide for more information.
#
# Possible values:
# * List containing normalized url schemes as they are returned from
# urllib.parse. For example ['ftp','https']
# * Hint: leave the whitelist empty if you want the disallowed_schemes
# blacklist to be processed
#
# Related options:
# * disallowed_schemes
# * allowed_hosts
# * disallowed_hosts
# * allowed_ports
# * disallowed_ports
#
# (list value)
#allowed_schemes = [http,https]
#
# Specify the "blacklist" of uri schemes disallowed for web-download.
#
# This option provides blacklisting of uri schemes that will be rejected when
# an end user imports an image using the web-download import method. Note
# that if a scheme whitelist is defined using the 'allowed_schemes' option,
# *this option will be ignored*. Host and port filtering, however, will be
# applied.
#
# See the Glance Administration Guide for more information.
#
# Possible values:
# * List containing normalized url schemes as they are returned from
# urllib.parse. For example ['ftp','https']
# * By default the list is empty
#
# Related options:
# * allowed_schemes
# * allowed_hosts
# * disallowed_hosts
# * allowed_ports
# * disallowed_ports
#
# (list value)
#disallowed_schemes = []
#
# Specify the "whitelist" of allowed target hosts for web-download.
#
# This option provides whitelisting of hosts that will be allowed when an end
# user imports an image using the web-download import method. The whitelist
# has priority such that if there is also a blacklist defined for hosts, the
# blacklist will be ignored. The uri must have already passed scheme
# filtering before this host filter will be applied. If the uri passes, port
# filtering will then be applied.
#
# See the Glance Administration Guide for more information.
#
# Possible values:
# * List containing normalized hostname or ip like it would be returned
# in the urllib.parse netloc without the port
# * By default the list is empty
# * Hint: leave the whitelist empty if you want the disallowed_hosts
# blacklist to be processed
#
# Related options:
# * allowed_schemes
# * disallowed_schemes
# * disallowed_hosts
# * allowed_ports
# * disallowed_ports
#
# (list value)
#allowed_hosts = []
#
# Specify the "blacklist" of hosts disallowed for web-download.
#
# This option provides blacklisting of hosts that will be rejected when an end
# user imports an image using the web-download import method. Note that if a
# host whitelist is defined using the 'allowed_hosts' option, *this option
# will be ignored*.
#
# The uri must have already passed scheme filtering before this host filter
# will be applied. If the uri passes, port filtering will then be applied.
#
# See the Glance Administration Guide for more information.
#
# Possible values:
# * List containing normalized hostname or ip like it would be returned
# in the urllib.parse netloc without the port
# * By default the list is empty
#
# Related options:
# * allowed_schemes
# * disallowed_schemes
# * allowed_hosts
# * allowed_ports
# * disallowed_ports
#
# (list value)
#disallowed_hosts = []
#
# Specify the "whitelist" of allowed ports for web-download.
#
# This option provides whitelisting of ports that will be allowed when an end
# user imports an image using the web-download import method. The whitelist
# has priority such that if there is also a blacklist defined for ports, the
# blacklist will be ignored. Note that scheme and host filtering have already
# been applied by the time a uri hits the port filter.
#
# See the Glance Administration Guide for more information.
#
# Possible values:
# * List containing ports as they are returned from urllib.parse netloc
# field. Thus the value is a list of integer values, for example
# [80, 443]
# * Hint: leave the whitelist empty if you want the disallowed_ports
# blacklist to be processed
#
# Related options:
# * allowed_schemes
# * disallowed_schemes
# * allowed_hosts
# * disallowed_hosts
# * disallowed_ports
# (list value)
#allowed_ports = [80,443]
#
# Specify the "blacklist" of disallowed ports for web-download.
#
# This option provides blacklisting of target ports that will be rejected when
# an end user imports an image using the web-download import method. Note
# that if a port whitelist is defined using the 'allowed_ports' option, *this
# option will be ignored*. Note that scheme and host filtering have already
# been applied by the time a uri hits the port filter.
#
# See the Glance Administration Guide for more information.
#
# Possible values:
# * List containing ports as they are returned from urllib.parse netloc
# field. Thus the value is a list of integer values, for example
# [22, 88]
# * By default this list is empty
#
# Related options:
# * allowed_schemes
# * disallowed_schemes
# * allowed_hosts
# * disallowed_hosts
# * allowed_ports
#
# (list value)
#disallowed_ports = []
[inject_metadata_properties]
#
# From glance
#
#
# Specify name of user roles to be ignored for injecting metadata
# properties in the image.
#
# Possible values:
# * List containing user roles. For example: [admin,member]
#
# (list value)
#ignore_user_roles = admin
#
# Dictionary contains metadata properties to be injected in image.
#
# Possible values:
# * Dictionary containing key/value pairs. Key characters
# length should be <= 255. For example: k1:v1,k2:v2
#
#
# (dict value)
#inject =