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Add keystone create script for devstack

Copied from heat-keystone-service, with two differences:
The keystone endpoint-create command has been deleted. Devstack uses the
templated catalog driver by default, which does not support this
command. (The equivalent operation is handled manually elsewhere.)

keystone user-role-add parameters have slightly different names,
requiring _id suffixes.

Change-Id: I3d56becde7b6fedbe29e1cfc6a2b4ad9ab2621fa
Signed-off-by: Jeff Peeler <jpeeler@redhat.com>
changes/36/236/1
Jeff Peeler 10 years ago
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#!/bin/bash
set +e
function get_id () {
echo `"$@" | grep ' id ' | awk '{print $4}'`
}
KEYSTONE_CONF=${KEYSTONE_CONF:-/etc/keystone/keystone.conf}
# Extract some info from Keystone's configuration file
if [[ -r "$KEYSTONE_CONF" ]]; then
CONFIG_SERVICE_TOKEN=$(sed 's/[[:space:]]//g' $KEYSTONE_CONF | grep ^admin_token= | cut -d'=' -f2)
CONFIG_ADMIN_PORT=$(sed 's/[[:space:]]//g' $KEYSTONE_CONF | grep ^admin_port= | cut -d'=' -f2)
fi
export SERVICE_TOKEN=${SERVICE_TOKEN:-$CONFIG_SERVICE_TOKEN}
export SERVICE_ENDPOINT=${SERVICE_ENDPOINT:-http://127.0.0.1:${CONFIG_ADMIN_PORT:-35357}/v2.0}
if [[ -z "$SERVICE_TOKEN" ]]; then
echo "No service token found."
echo "Set SERVICE_TOKEN manually from keystone.conf admin_token."
exit 1
fi
ADMIN_ROLE=$(keystone role-list | grep '\badmin\b' | awk '{ print $2 }')
SERVICE_TENANT=$(keystone tenant-list | grep service | cut -d\| -f2)
SERVICE_PASSWORD=${SERVICE_PASSWORD:-$OS_PASSWORD}
if [[ "$SERVICE_PASSWORD" == "$OS_PASSWORD" ]]; then
echo "Using the OS_PASSWORD for the SERVICE_PASSWORD."
echo "I hope this works"
fi
echo ADMIN_ROLE $ADMIN_ROLE
echo SERVICE_TENANT $SERVICE_TENANT
echo SERVICE_PASSWORD $SERVICE_PASSWORD
echo SERVICE_TOKEN $SERVICE_TOKEN
# Services
HEAT_SERVICE=$(get_id \
keystone service-create --name=heat \
--type=heat \
--description="Heat Service")
HEAT_USER=$(get_id keystone user-create --name=heat \
--pass="$SERVICE_PASSWORD" \
--tenant_id $SERVICE_TENANT \
--email=heat@example.com)
echo HEAT_USER $HEAT_USER
keystone user-role-add --tenant_id $SERVICE_TENANT \
--user_id $HEAT_USER \
--role_id $ADMIN_ROLE
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