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keystone/keystone/assignment/core.py

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# Copyright 2012 OpenStack Foundation
#
# Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License"); you may
# not use this file except in compliance with the License. You may obtain
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"""Main entry point into the Assignment service."""
import copy
from oslo_cache import core as oslo_cache
from oslo_log import log
from oslo_log import versionutils
from keystone.assignment.backends import base
from keystone.assignment.role_backends import base as role_base
from keystone.common import cache
from keystone.common import dependency
from keystone.common import driver_hints
from keystone.common import manager
import keystone.conf
from keystone import exception
from keystone.i18n import _
from keystone.i18n import _LI, _LE
from keystone import notifications
CONF = keystone.conf.CONF
LOG = log.getLogger(__name__)
# This is a general cache region for assignment administration (CRUD
# operations).
MEMOIZE = cache.get_memoization_decorator(group='role')
# This builds a discrete cache region dedicated to role assignments computed
# for a given user + project/domain pair. Any write operation to add or remove
# any role assignment should invalidate this entire cache region.
COMPUTED_ASSIGNMENTS_REGION = oslo_cache.create_region()
MEMOIZE_COMPUTED_ASSIGNMENTS = cache.get_memoization_decorator(
group='role',
region=COMPUTED_ASSIGNMENTS_REGION)
@notifications.listener
@dependency.provider('assignment_api')
@dependency.requires('credential_api', 'identity_api', 'resource_api',
'revoke_api', 'role_api')
class Manager(manager.Manager):
"""Default pivot point for the Assignment backend.
See :class:`keystone.common.manager.Manager` for more details on how this
dynamically calls the backend.
"""
driver_namespace = 'keystone.assignment'
_PROJECT = 'project'
_ROLE_REMOVED_FROM_USER = 'role_removed_from_user'
_INVALIDATION_USER_PROJECT_TOKENS = 'invalidate_user_project_tokens'
def __init__(self):
assignment_driver = CONF.assignment.driver
# If there is no explicit assignment driver specified, we let the
# identity driver tell us what to use. This is for backward
# compatibility reasons from the time when identity, resource and
# assignment were all part of identity.
if assignment_driver is None:
msg = _('Use of the identity driver config to automatically '
'configure the same assignment driver has been '
'deprecated, in the "O" release, the assignment driver '
'will need to be expicitly configured if different '
'than the default (SQL).')
versionutils.report_deprecated_feature(LOG, msg)
try:
identity_driver = dependency.get_provider(
'identity_api').driver
assignment_driver = identity_driver.default_assignment_driver()
except ValueError:
msg = _('Attempted automatic driver selection for assignment '
'based upon [identity]\driver option failed since '
'driver %s is not found. Set [assignment]/driver to '
'a valid driver in keystone config.')
LOG.critical(msg)
raise exception.KeystoneConfigurationError(msg)
super(Manager, self).__init__(assignment_driver)
# Make sure it is a driver version we support, and if it is a legacy
# driver, then wrap it.
if isinstance(self.driver, base.AssignmentDriverV8):
self.driver = base.V9AssignmentWrapperForV8Driver(self.driver)
elif not isinstance(self.driver, base.AssignmentDriverV9):
raise exception.UnsupportedDriverVersion(driver=assignment_driver)
self.event_callbacks = {
notifications.ACTIONS.deleted: {
'domain': [self._delete_domain_assignments],
},
}
def _delete_domain_assignments(self, service, resource_type, operations,
payload):
domain_id = payload['resource_info']
self.driver.delete_domain_assignments(domain_id)
def _get_group_ids_for_user_id(self, user_id):
# TODO(morganfainberg): Implement a way to get only group_ids
# instead of the more expensive to_dict() call for each record.
return [x['id'] for
x in self.identity_api.list_groups_for_user(user_id)]
def list_user_ids_for_project(self, tenant_id):
self.resource_api.get_project(tenant_id)
assignment_list = self.list_role_assignments(
project_id=tenant_id, effective=True)
# Use set() to process the list to remove any duplicates
return list(set([x['user_id'] for x in assignment_list]))
def _list_parent_ids_of_project(self, project_id):
if CONF.os_inherit.enabled:
return [x['id'] for x in (
self.resource_api.list_project_parents(project_id))]
else:
return []
@MEMOIZE_COMPUTED_ASSIGNMENTS
def get_roles_for_user_and_project(self, user_id, tenant_id):
"""Get the roles associated with a user within given project.
This includes roles directly assigned to the user on the
project, as well as those by virtue of group membership or
inheritance.
:returns: a list of role ids.
:raises keystone.exception.ProjectNotFound: If the project doesn't
exist.
"""
self.resource_api.get_project(tenant_id)
assignment_list = self.list_role_assignments(
user_id=user_id, project_id=tenant_id, effective=True)
# Use set() to process the list to remove any duplicates
return list(set([x['role_id'] for x in assignment_list]))
@MEMOIZE_COMPUTED_ASSIGNMENTS
def get_roles_for_user_and_domain(self, user_id, domain_id):
"""Get the roles associated with a user within given domain.
:returns: a list of role ids.
:raises keystone.exception.DomainNotFound: If the domain doesn't exist.
"""
self.resource_api.get_domain(domain_id)
assignment_list = self.list_role_assignments(
user_id=user_id, domain_id=domain_id, effective=True)
# Use set() to process the list to remove any duplicates
return list(set([x['role_id'] for x in assignment_list]))
def get_roles_for_groups(self, group_ids, project_id=None, domain_id=None):
"""Get a list of roles for this group on domain and/or project."""
if project_id is not None:
self.resource_api.get_project(project_id)
assignment_list = self.list_role_assignments(
source_from_group_ids=group_ids, project_id=project_id,
effective=True)
elif domain_id is not None:
assignment_list = self.list_role_assignments(
source_from_group_ids=group_ids, domain_id=domain_id,
effective=True)
else:
raise AttributeError(_("Must specify either domain or project"))
role_ids = list(set([x['role_id'] for x in assignment_list]))
return self.role_api.list_roles_from_ids(role_ids)
def add_user_to_project(self, tenant_id, user_id):
"""Add user to a tenant by creating a default role relationship.
:raises keystone.exception.ProjectNotFound: If the project doesn't
exist.
:raises keystone.exception.UserNotFound: If the user doesn't exist.
"""
self.resource_api.get_project(tenant_id)
try:
self.role_api.get_role(CONF.member_role_id)
self.driver.add_role_to_user_and_project(
user_id,
tenant_id,
CONF.member_role_id)
except exception.RoleNotFound:
LOG.info(_LI("Creating the default role %s "
"because it does not exist."),
CONF.member_role_id)
role = {'id': CONF.member_role_id,
'name': CONF.member_role_name}
try:
self.role_api.create_role(CONF.member_role_id, role)
except exception.Conflict:
LOG.info(_LI("Creating the default role %s failed because it "
"was already created"),
CONF.member_role_id)
# now that default role exists, the add should succeed
self.driver.add_role_to_user_and_project(
user_id,
tenant_id,
CONF.member_role_id)
COMPUTED_ASSIGNMENTS_REGION.invalidate()
@notifications.role_assignment('created')
def _add_role_to_user_and_project_adapter(self, role_id, user_id=None,
group_id=None, domain_id=None,
project_id=None,
inherited_to_projects=False,
context=None):
# The parameters for this method must match the parameters for
# create_grant so that the notifications.role_assignment decorator
# will work.
self.resource_api.get_project(project_id)
self.role_api.get_role(role_id)
self.driver.add_role_to_user_and_project(user_id, project_id, role_id)
def add_role_to_user_and_project(self, user_id, tenant_id, role_id):
self._add_role_to_user_and_project_adapter(
role_id, user_id=user_id, project_id=tenant_id)
COMPUTED_ASSIGNMENTS_REGION.invalidate()
def remove_user_from_project(self, tenant_id, user_id):
"""Remove user from a tenant.
:raises keystone.exception.ProjectNotFound: If the project doesn't
exist.
:raises keystone.exception.UserNotFound: If the user doesn't exist.
"""
roles = self.get_roles_for_user_and_project(user_id, tenant_id)
if not roles:
raise exception.NotFound(tenant_id)
for role_id in roles:
try:
self.driver.remove_role_from_user_and_project(user_id,
tenant_id,
role_id)
self.revoke_api.revoke_by_grant(role_id, user_id=user_id,
project_id=tenant_id)
except exception.RoleNotFound:
LOG.debug("Removing role %s failed because it does not exist.",
role_id)
COMPUTED_ASSIGNMENTS_REGION.invalidate()
# TODO(henry-nash): We might want to consider list limiting this at some
# point in the future.
def list_projects_for_user(self, user_id, hints=None):
assignment_list = self.list_role_assignments(
user_id=user_id, effective=True)
# Use set() to process the list to remove any duplicates
project_ids = list(set([x['project_id'] for x in assignment_list
if x.get('project_id')]))
return self.resource_api.list_projects_from_ids(list(project_ids))
# TODO(henry-nash): We might want to consider list limiting this at some
# point in the future.
def list_domains_for_user(self, user_id, hints=None):
assignment_list = self.list_role_assignments(
user_id=user_id, effective=True)
# Use set() to process the list to remove any duplicates
domain_ids = list(set([x['domain_id'] for x in assignment_list
if x.get('domain_id')]))
return self.resource_api.list_domains_from_ids(domain_ids)
def list_domains_for_groups(self, group_ids):
assignment_list = self.list_role_assignments(
source_from_group_ids=group_ids, effective=True)
domain_ids = list(set([x['domain_id'] for x in assignment_list
if x.get('domain_id')]))
return self.resource_api.list_domains_from_ids(domain_ids)
def list_projects_for_groups(self, group_ids):
assignment_list = self.list_role_assignments(
source_from_group_ids=group_ids, effective=True)
project_ids = list(set([x['project_id'] for x in assignment_list
if x.get('project_id')]))
return self.resource_api.list_projects_from_ids(project_ids)
@notifications.role_assignment('deleted')
def _remove_role_from_user_and_project_adapter(self, role_id, user_id=None,
group_id=None,
domain_id=None,
project_id=None,
inherited_to_projects=False,
context=None):
# The parameters for this method must match the parameters for
# delete_grant so that the notifications.role_assignment decorator
# will work.
self.driver.remove_role_from_user_and_project(user_id, project_id,
role_id)
if project_id:
self._emit_invalidate_grant_token_persistence(user_id, project_id)
else:
self.identity_api.emit_invalidate_user_token_persistence(user_id)
self.revoke_api.revoke_by_grant(role_id, user_id=user_id,
project_id=project_id)
def remove_role_from_user_and_project(self, user_id, tenant_id, role_id):
self._remove_role_from_user_and_project_adapter(
role_id, user_id=user_id, project_id=tenant_id)
COMPUTED_ASSIGNMENTS_REGION.invalidate()
def _emit_invalidate_user_token_persistence(self, user_id):
self.identity_api.emit_invalidate_user_token_persistence(user_id)
# NOTE(lbragstad): The previous notification decorator behavior didn't
# send the notification unless the operation was successful. We
# maintain that behavior here by calling to the notification module
# after the call to emit invalid user tokens.
notifications.Audit.internal(
notifications.INVALIDATE_USER_TOKEN_PERSISTENCE, user_id
)
def _emit_invalidate_grant_token_persistence(self, user_id, project_id):
self.identity_api.emit_invalidate_grant_token_persistence(
{'user_id': user_id, 'project_id': project_id}
)
@notifications.role_assignment('created')
def create_grant(self, role_id, user_id=None, group_id=None,
domain_id=None, project_id=None,
inherited_to_projects=False, context=None):
self.role_api.get_role(role_id)
if domain_id:
self.resource_api.get_domain(domain_id)
if project_id:
self.resource_api.get_project(project_id)
self.driver.create_grant(role_id, user_id, group_id, domain_id,
project_id, inherited_to_projects)
COMPUTED_ASSIGNMENTS_REGION.invalidate()
def get_grant(self, role_id, user_id=None, group_id=None,
domain_id=None, project_id=None,
inherited_to_projects=False):
role_ref = self.role_api.get_role(role_id)
if domain_id:
self.resource_api.get_domain(domain_id)
if project_id:
self.resource_api.get_project(project_id)
self.check_grant_role_id(
role_id, user_id, group_id, domain_id, project_id,
inherited_to_projects)
return role_ref
def list_grants(self, user_id=None, group_id=None,
domain_id=None, project_id=None,
inherited_to_projects=False):
if domain_id:
self.resource_api.get_domain(domain_id)
if project_id:
self.resource_api.get_project(project_id)
grant_ids = self.list_grant_role_ids(
user_id, group_id, domain_id, project_id, inherited_to_projects)
return self.role_api.list_roles_from_ids(grant_ids)
@notifications.role_assignment('deleted')
def _emit_revoke_user_grant(self, role_id, user_id, domain_id, project_id,
inherited_to_projects, context):
self._emit_invalidate_grant_token_persistence(user_id, project_id)
def delete_grant(self, role_id, user_id=None, group_id=None,
domain_id=None, project_id=None,
inherited_to_projects=False, context=None):
if group_id is None:
self.revoke_api.revoke_by_grant(user_id=user_id,
role_id=role_id,
domain_id=domain_id,
project_id=project_id)
self._emit_revoke_user_grant(
role_id, user_id, domain_id, project_id,
inherited_to_projects, context)
else:
try:
# Group may contain a lot of users so revocation will be
# by role & domain/project
if domain_id is None:
self.revoke_api.revoke_by_project_role_assignment(
project_id, role_id
)
else:
self.revoke_api.revoke_by_domain_role_assignment(
domain_id, role_id
)
if CONF.token.revoke_by_id:
# NOTE(morganfainberg): The user ids are the important part
# for invalidating tokens below, so extract them here.
for user in self.identity_api.list_users_in_group(
group_id):
self._emit_revoke_user_grant(
role_id, user['id'], domain_id, project_id,
inherited_to_projects, context)
except exception.GroupNotFound:
LOG.debug('Group %s not found, no tokens to invalidate.',
group_id)
# TODO(henry-nash): While having the call to get_role here mimics the
# previous behavior (when it was buried inside the driver delete call),
# this seems an odd place to have this check, given what we have
# already done so far in this method. See Bug #1406776.
self.role_api.get_role(role_id)
if domain_id:
self.resource_api.get_domain(domain_id)
if project_id:
self.resource_api.get_project(project_id)
self.driver.delete_grant(role_id, user_id, group_id, domain_id,
project_id, inherited_to_projects)
COMPUTED_ASSIGNMENTS_REGION.invalidate()
# The methods _expand_indirect_assignment, _list_direct_role_assignments
# and _list_effective_role_assignments below are only used on
# list_role_assignments, but they are not in its scope as nested functions
# since it would significantly increase McCabe complexity, that should be
# kept as it is in order to detect unnecessarily complex code, which is not
# this case.
def _expand_indirect_assignment(self, ref, user_id=None, project_id=None,
subtree_ids=None, expand_groups=True):
"""Return a list of expanded role assignments.
This methods is called for each discovered assignment that either needs
a group assignment expanded into individual user assignments, or needs
an inherited assignment to be applied to its children.
In all cases, if either user_id and/or project_id is specified, then we
filter the result on those values.
If project_id is specified and subtree_ids is None, then this
indicates that we are only interested in that one project. If
subtree_ids is not None, then this is an indicator that any
inherited assignments need to be expanded down the tree. The
actual subtree_ids don't need to be used as a filter here, since we
already ensured only those assignments that could affect them
were passed to this method.
If expand_groups is True then we expand groups out to a list of
assignments, one for each member of that group.
"""
def create_group_assignment(base_ref, user_id):
"""Create a group assignment from the provided ref."""
ref = copy.deepcopy(base_ref)
ref['user_id'] = user_id
indirect = ref.setdefault('indirect', {})
indirect['group_id'] = ref.pop('group_id')
return ref
def expand_group_assignment(ref, user_id):
"""Expand group role assignment.
For any group role assignment on a target, it is replaced by a list
of role assignments containing one for each user of that group on
that target.
An example of accepted ref is::
{
'group_id': group_id,
'project_id': project_id,
'role_id': role_id
}
Once expanded, it should be returned as a list of entities like the
one below, one for each each user_id in the provided group_id.
::
{
'user_id': user_id,
'project_id': project_id,
'role_id': role_id,
'indirect' : {
'group_id': group_id
}
}
Returned list will be formatted by the Controller, which will
deduce a role assignment came from group membership if it has both
'user_id' in the main body of the dict and 'group_id' in indirect
subdict.
"""
if user_id:
return [create_group_assignment(ref, user_id=user_id)]
return [create_group_assignment(ref, user_id=m['id'])
for m in self.identity_api.list_users_in_group(
ref['group_id'])]
def expand_inherited_assignment(ref, user_id, project_id, subtree_ids,
expand_groups):
"""Expand inherited role assignments.
If expand_groups is True and this is a group role assignment on a
target, replace it by a list of role assignments containing one for
each user of that group, on every project under that target. If
expand_groups is False, then return a group assignment on an
inherited target.
If this is a user role assignment on a specific target (i.e.
project_id is specified, but subtree_ids is None) then simply
format this as a single assignment (since we are effectively
filtering on project_id). If however, project_id is None or
subtree_ids is not None, then replace this one assignment with a
list of role assignments for that user on every project under
that target.
An example of accepted ref is::
{
'group_id': group_id,
'project_id': parent_id,
'role_id': role_id,
'inherited_to_projects': 'projects'
}
Once expanded, it should be returned as a list of entities like the
one below, one for each each user_id in the provided group_id and
for each subproject_id in the project_id subtree.
::
{
'user_id': user_id,
'project_id': subproject_id,
'role_id': role_id,
'indirect' : {
'group_id': group_id,
'project_id': parent_id
}
}
Returned list will be formatted by the Controller, which will
deduce a role assignment came from group membership if it has both
'user_id' in the main body of the dict and 'group_id' in the
'indirect' subdict, as well as it is possible to deduce if it has
come from inheritance if it contains both a 'project_id' in the
main body of the dict and 'parent_id' in the 'indirect' subdict.
"""
def create_inherited_assignment(base_ref, project_id):
"""Create a project assignment from the provided ref.
base_ref can either be a project or domain inherited
assignment ref.
"""
ref = copy.deepcopy(base_ref)
indirect = ref.setdefault('indirect', {})
if ref.get('project_id'):
indirect['project_id'] = ref.pop('project_id')
else:
indirect['domain_id'] = ref.pop('domain_id')
ref['project_id'] = project_id
ref.pop('inherited_to_projects')
return ref
# Define expanded project list to which to apply this assignment
if project_id:
# Since ref is an inherited assignment and we are filtering by
# project(s), we are only going to apply the assignment to the
# relevant project(s)
project_ids = [project_id]
if subtree_ids:
project_ids += subtree_ids
# If this is a domain inherited assignment, then we know
# that all the project_ids will get this assignment. If
# it's a project inherited assignment, and the assignment
# point is an ancestor of project_id, then we know that
# again all the project_ids will get the assignment. If,
# however, the assignment point is within the subtree,
# then only a partial tree will get the assignment.
if ref.get('project_id'):
if ref['project_id'] in project_ids:
project_ids = (
[x['id'] for x in
self.resource_api.list_projects_in_subtree(
ref['project_id'])])
elif ref.get('domain_id'):
# A domain inherited assignment, so apply it to all projects
# in this domain
project_ids = (
[x['id'] for x in
self.resource_api.list_projects_in_domain(
ref['domain_id'])])
else:
# It must be a project assignment, so apply it to its subtree
project_ids = (
[x['id'] for x in
self.resource_api.list_projects_in_subtree(
ref['project_id'])])
new_refs = []
if 'group_id' in ref:
if expand_groups:
# Expand role assignment to all group members on any
# inherited target of any of the projects
for ref in expand_group_assignment(ref, user_id):
new_refs += [create_inherited_assignment(ref, proj_id)
for proj_id in project_ids]
else:
# Just place the group assignment on any inherited target
# of any of the projects
new_refs += [create_inherited_assignment(ref, proj_id)
for proj_id in project_ids]
else:
# Expand role assignment for all projects
new_refs += [create_inherited_assignment(ref, proj_id)
for proj_id in project_ids]
return new_refs
if ref.get('inherited_to_projects') == 'projects':
return expand_inherited_assignment(
ref, user_id, project_id, subtree_ids, expand_groups)
elif 'group_id' in ref and expand_groups:
return expand_group_assignment(ref, user_id)
return [ref]
def add_implied_roles(self, role_refs):
"""Expand out implied roles.
The role_refs passed in have had all inheritance and group assignments
expanded out. We now need to look at the role_id in each ref and see
if it is a prior role for some implied roles. If it is, then we need to
duplicate that ref, one for each implied role. We store the prior role
in the indirect dict that is part of such a duplicated ref, so that a
caller can determine where the assignment came from.
"""
def _make_implied_ref_copy(prior_ref, implied_role_id):
# Create a ref for an implied role from the ref of a prior role,
# setting the new role_id to be the implied role and the indirect
# role_id to be the prior role
implied_ref = copy.deepcopy(prior_ref)
implied_ref['role_id'] = implied_role_id
indirect = implied_ref.setdefault('indirect', {})
indirect['role_id'] = prior_ref['role_id']
return implied_ref
if not CONF.token.infer_roles:
return role_refs
try:
implied_roles_cache = {}
role_refs_to_check = list(role_refs)
ref_results = list(role_refs)
checked_role_refs = list()
while(role_refs_to_check):
next_ref = role_refs_to_check.pop()
checked_role_refs.append(next_ref)
next_role_id = next_ref['role_id']
if next_role_id in implied_roles_cache:
implied_roles = implied_roles_cache[next_role_id]
else:
implied_roles = (
self.role_api.list_implied_roles(next_role_id))
implied_roles_cache[next_role_id] = implied_roles
for implied_role in implied_roles:
implied_ref = (
_make_implied_ref_copy(
next_ref, implied_role['implied_role_id']))
if implied_ref in checked_role_refs:
msg = _LE('Circular reference found '
'role inference rules - %(prior_role_id)s.')
LOG.error(msg, {'prior_role_id': next_ref['role_id']})
else:
ref_results.append(implied_ref)
role_refs_to_check.append(implied_ref)
except exception.NotImplemented:
LOG.error(_LE('Role driver does not support implied roles.'))
return ref_results
def _filter_by_role_id(self, role_id, ref_results):
# if we arrive here, we need to filer by role_id.
filter_results = []
for ref in ref_results:
if ref['role_id'] == role_id:
filter_results.append(ref)
return filter_results
def _strip_domain_roles(self, role_refs):
"""Post process assignment list for domain roles.
Domain roles are only designed to do the job of inferring other roles
and since that has been done before this method is called, we need to
remove any assignments that include a domain role.
"""
def _role_is_global(role_id):
ref = self.role_api.get_role(role_id)
return (ref['domain_id'] is None)
filter_results = []
for ref in role_refs:
if _role_is_global(ref['role_id']):
filter_results.append(ref)
return filter_results
def _list_effective_role_assignments(self, role_id, user_id, group_id,
domain_id, project_id, subtree_ids,
inherited, source_from_group_ids,
strip_domain_roles):
"""List role assignments in effective mode.
When using effective mode, besides the direct assignments, the indirect
ones that come from grouping or inheritance are retrieved and will then
be expanded.
The resulting list of assignments will be filtered by the provided
parameters. If subtree_ids is not None, then we also want to include
all subtree_ids in the filter as well. Since we are in effective mode,
group can never act as a filter (since group assignments are expanded
into user roles) and domain can only be filter if we want non-inherited
assignments, since domains can't inherit assignments.
The goal of this method is to only ask the driver for those
assignments as could effect the result based on the parameter filters
specified, hence avoiding retrieving a huge list.
"""
def list_role_assignments_for_actor(
role_id, inherited, user_id=None, group_ids=None,
project_id=None, subtree_ids=None, domain_id=None):
"""List role assignments for actor on target.
List direct and indirect assignments for an actor, optionally
for a given target (i.e. projects or domain).
:param role_id: List for a specific role, can be None meaning all
roles
:param inherited: Indicates whether inherited assignments or only
direct assignments are required. If None, then
both are required.
:param user_id: If not None, list only assignments that affect this
user.
:param group_ids: A list of groups required. Only one of user_id
and group_ids can be specified
:param project_id: If specified, only include those assignments
that affect at least this project, with
additionally any projects specified in
subtree_ids
:param subtree_ids: The list of projects in the subtree. If
specified, also include those assignments that
affect these projects. These projects are
guaranteed to be in the same domain as the
project specified in project_id. subtree_ids
can only be specified if project_id has also
been specified.
:param domain_id: If specified, only include those assignments
that affect this domain - by definition this will
not include any inherited assignments
:returns: List of assignments matching the criteria. Any inherited
or group assignments that could affect the resulting
response are included.
"""
project_ids_of_interest = None
if project_id:
if subtree_ids:
project_ids_of_interest = subtree_ids + [project_id]
else:
project_ids_of_interest = [project_id]
# List direct project role assignments
non_inherited_refs = []
if inherited is False or inherited is None:
# Get non inherited assignments
non_inherited_refs = self.driver.list_role_assignments(
role_id=role_id, domain_id=domain_id,
project_ids=project_ids_of_interest, user_id=user_id,
group_ids=group_ids, inherited_to_projects=False)
inherited_refs = []
if inherited is True or inherited is None:
# Get inherited assignments
if project_id:
# The project and any subtree are guaranteed to be owned by
# the same domain, so since we are filtering by these
# specific projects, then we can only get inherited
# assignments from their common domain or from any of
# their parents projects.
# List inherited assignments from the project's domain
proj_domain_id = self.resource_api.get_project(
project_id)['domain_id']
inherited_refs += self.driver.list_role_assignments(
role_id=role_id, domain_id=proj_domain_id,
user_id=user_id, group_ids=group_ids,
inherited_to_projects=True)
# For inherited assignments from projects, since we know
# they are from the same tree the only places these can
# come from are from parents of the main project or
# inherited assignments on the project or subtree itself.
source_ids = [project['id'] for project in
self.resource_api.list_project_parents(
project_id)]
if subtree_ids:
source_ids += project_ids_of_interest
if source_ids:
inherited_refs += self.driver.list_role_assignments(
role_id=role_id, project_ids=source_ids,
user_id=user_id, group_ids=group_ids,
inherited_to_projects=True)
else:
# List inherited assignments without filtering by target
inherited_refs = self.driver.list_role_assignments(
role_id=role_id, user_id=user_id, group_ids=group_ids,
inherited_to_projects=True)
return non_inherited_refs + inherited_refs
# If filtering by group or inherited domain assignment the list is
# guaranteed to be empty
if group_id or (domain_id and inherited):
return []
if user_id and source_from_group_ids:
# You can't do both - and since source_from_group_ids is only used
# internally, this must be a coding error by the caller.
msg = _('Cannot list assignments sourced from groups and filtered '
'by user ID.')
raise exception.UnexpectedError(msg)
# If filtering by domain, then only non-inherited assignments are
# relevant, since domains don't inherit assignments
inherited = False if domain_id else inherited
# List user or explicit group assignments.
# Due to the need to expand implied roles, this call will skip
# filtering by role_id and instead return the whole set of roles.
# Matching on the specified role is performed at the end.
direct_refs = list_role_assignments_for_actor(
role_id=None, user_id=user_id, group_ids=source_from_group_ids,
project_id=project_id, subtree_ids=subtree_ids,
domain_id=domain_id, inherited=inherited)
# And those from the user's groups, so long as we are not restricting
# to a set of source groups (in which case we already got those
# assignments in the direct listing above).
group_refs = []
if not source_from_group_ids and user_id:
group_ids = self._get_group_ids_for_user_id(user_id)
if group_ids:
group_refs = list_role_assignments_for_actor(
role_id=None, project_id=project_id,
subtree_ids=subtree_ids, group_ids=group_ids,
domain_id=domain_id, inherited=inherited)
# Expand grouping and inheritance on retrieved role assignments
refs = []
expand_groups = (source_from_group_ids is None)
for ref in (direct_refs + group_refs):
refs += self._expand_indirect_assignment(
ref, user_id, project_id, subtree_ids, expand_groups)
refs = self.add_implied_roles(refs)
if strip_domain_roles:
refs = self._strip_domain_roles(refs)
if role_id:
refs = self._filter_by_role_id(role_id, refs)
return refs
def _list_direct_role_assignments(self, role_id, user_id, group_id,
domain_id, project_id, subtree_ids,
inherited):
"""List role assignments without applying expansion.
Returns a list of direct role assignments, where their attributes match
the provided filters. If subtree_ids is not None, then we also want to
include all subtree_ids in the filter as well.
"""
group_ids = [group_id] if group_id else None
project_ids_of_interest = None
if project_id:
if subtree_ids:
project_ids_of_interest = subtree_ids + [project_id]
else:
project_ids_of_interest = [project_id]
return self.driver.list_role_assignments(
role_id=role_id, user_id=user_id, group_ids=group_ids,
domain_id=domain_id, project_ids=project_ids_of_interest,
inherited_to_projects=inherited)
def list_role_assignments(self, role_id=None, user_id=None, group_id=None,
domain_id=None, project_id=None,
include_subtree=False, inherited=None,
effective=None, include_names=False,
source_from_group_ids=None,
strip_domain_roles=True):
"""List role assignments, honoring effective mode and provided filters.
Returns a list of role assignments, where their attributes match the
provided filters (role_id, user_id, group_id, domain_id, project_id and
inherited). If include_subtree is True, then assignments on all
descendants of the project specified by project_id are also included.
The inherited filter defaults to None, meaning to get both
non-inherited and inherited role assignments.
If effective mode is specified, this means that rather than simply
return the assignments that match the filters, any group or
inheritance assignments will be expanded. Group assignments will
become assignments for all the users in that group, and inherited
assignments will be shown on the projects below the assignment point.
Think of effective mode as being the list of assignments that actually
affect a user, for example the roles that would be placed in a token.
If include_names is set to true the entities' names are returned
in addition to their id's.
source_from_group_ids is a list of group IDs and, if specified, then
only those assignments that are derived from membership of these groups
are considered, and any such assignments will not be expanded into
their user membership assignments. This is different to a group filter
of the resulting list, instead being a restriction on which assignments
should be considered before expansion of inheritance. This option is
only used internally (i.e. it is not exposed at the API level) and is
only supported in effective mode (since in regular mode there is no
difference between this and a group filter, other than it is a list of
groups).
In effective mode, any domain specific roles are usually stripped from
the returned assignments (since such roles are not placed in tokens).
This stripping can be disabled by specifying strip_domain_roles=False,
which is useful for internal calls like trusts which need to examine
the full set of roles.
If OS-INHERIT extension is disabled or the used driver does not support
inherited roles retrieval, inherited role assignments will be ignored.
"""
if not CONF.os_inherit.enabled:
if inherited:
return []
inherited = False
subtree_ids = None
if project_id and include_subtree:
subtree_ids = (
[x['id'] for x in
self.resource_api.list_projects_in_subtree(project_id)])
if effective:
role_assignments = self._list_effective_role_assignments(
role_id, user_id, group_id, domain_id, project_id,
subtree_ids, inherited, source_from_group_ids,
strip_domain_roles)
else:
role_assignments = self._list_direct_role_assignments(
role_id, user_id, group_id, domain_id, project_id,
subtree_ids, inherited)
if include_names:
return self._get_names_from_role_assignments(role_assignments)
return role_assignments
def _get_names_from_role_assignments(self, role_assignments):
role_assign_list = []
for role_asgmt in role_assignments:
new_assign = {}
for id_type, id_ in role_asgmt.items():
if id_type == 'domain_id':
_domain = self.resource_api.get_domain(id_)
new_assign['domain_id'] = _domain['id']
new_assign['domain_name'] = _domain['name']
elif id_type == 'user_id':
_user = self.identity_api.get_user(id_)
new_assign['user_id'] = _user['id']
new_assign['user_name'] = _user['name']
new_assign['user_domain_id'] = _user['domain_id']
new_assign['user_domain_name'] = (
self.resource_api.get_domain(_user['domain_id'])
['name'])
elif id_type == 'group_id':
_group = self.identity_api.get_group(id_)
new_assign['group_id'] = _group['id']
new_assign['group_name'] = _group['name']
new_assign['group_domain_id'] = _group['domain_id']
new_assign['group_domain_name'] = (
self.resource_api.get_domain(_group['domain_id'])
['name'])
elif id_type == 'project_id':
_project = self.resource_api.get_project(id_)
new_assign['project_id'] = _project['id']
new_assign['project_name'] = _project['name']
new_assign['project_domain_id'] = _project['domain_id']
new_assign['project_domain_name'] = (
self.resource_api.get_domain(_project['domain_id'])
['name'])
elif id_type == 'role_id':
_role = self.role_api.get_role(id_)
new_assign['role_id'] = _role['id']
new_assign['role_name'] = _role['name']
role_assign_list.append(new_assign)
return role_assign_list
def delete_tokens_for_role_assignments(self, role_id):
assignments = self.list_role_assignments(role_id=role_id)
# Iterate over the assignments for this role and build the list of
# user or user+project IDs for the tokens we need to delete
user_ids = set()
user_and_project_ids = list()
for assignment in assignments:
# If we have a project assignment, then record both the user and
# project IDs so we can target the right token to delete. If it is
# a domain assignment, we might as well kill all the tokens for
# the user, since in the vast majority of cases all the tokens
# for a user will be within one domain anyway, so not worth
# trying to delete tokens for each project in the domain.
if 'user_id' in assignment:
if 'project_id' in assignment:
user_and_project_ids.append(
(assignment['user_id'], assignment['project_id']))
elif 'domain_id' in assignment:
self._emit_invalidate_user_token_persistence(
assignment['user_id'])
elif 'group_id' in assignment:
# Add in any users for this group, being tolerant of any
# cross-driver database integrity errors.
try:
users = self.identity_api.list_users_in_group(
assignment['group_id'])
except exception.GroupNotFound:
# Ignore it, but log a debug message
if 'project_id' in assignment:
target = _('Project (%s)') % assignment['project_id']
elif 'domain_id' in assignment:
target = _('Domain (%s)') % assignment['domain_id']
else:
target = _('Unknown Target')
msg = ('Group (%(group)s), referenced in assignment '
'for %(target)s, not found - ignoring.')
LOG.debug(msg, {'group': assignment['group_id'],
'target': target})
continue
if 'project_id' in assignment:
for user in users:
user_and_project_ids.append(
(user['id'], assignment['project_id']))
elif 'domain_id' in assignment:
for user in users:
self._emit_invalidate_user_token_persistence(
user['id'])
# Now process the built up lists. Before issuing calls to delete any
# tokens, let's try and minimize the number of calls by pruning out
# any user+project deletions where a general token deletion for that
# same user is also planned.
user_and_project_ids_to_action = []
for user_and_project_id in user_and_project_ids:
if user_and_project_id[0] not in user_ids:
user_and_project_ids_to_action.append(user_and_project_id)
for user_id, project_id in user_and_project_ids_to_action:
payload = {'user_id': user_id, 'project_id': project_id}
notifications.Audit.internal(
notifications.INVALIDATE_USER_PROJECT_TOKEN_PERSISTENCE,
payload
)
@versionutils.deprecated(
versionutils.deprecated.NEWTON,
what='keystone.assignment.AssignmentDriverBase',
in_favor_of='keystone.assignment.backends.base.AssignmentDriverBase',
remove_in=+1)
class AssignmentDriverBase(base.AssignmentDriverBase):
pass
@versionutils.deprecated(
versionutils.deprecated.NEWTON,
what='keystone.assignment.AssignmentDriverV8',
in_favor_of='keystone.assignment.backends.base.AssignmentDriverV8',
remove_in=+1)
class AssignmentDriverV8(base.AssignmentDriverV8):
pass
@versionutils.deprecated(
versionutils.deprecated.NEWTON,
what='keystone.assignment.AssignmentDriverV9',
in_favor_of='keystone.assignment.backends.base.AssignmentDriverV9',
remove_in=+1)
class AssignmentDriverV9(base.AssignmentDriverV9):
pass
@versionutils.deprecated(
versionutils.deprecated.NEWTON,
what='keystone.assignment.V9AssignmentWrapperForV8Driver',
in_favor_of=(
'keystone.assignment.backends.base.V9AssignmentWrapperForV8Driver'),
remove_in=+1)
class V9AssignmentWrapperForV8Driver(base.V9AssignmentWrapperForV8Driver):
pass
Driver = manager.create_legacy_driver(base.AssignmentDriverV8)
@dependency.provider('role_api')
@dependency.requires('assignment_api')
class RoleManager(manager.Manager):
"""Default pivot point for the Role backend."""
driver_namespace = 'keystone.role'
_ROLE = 'role'
def __init__(self):
# If there is a specific driver specified for role, then use it.
# Otherwise retrieve the driver type from the assignment driver.
role_driver = CONF.role.driver
if role_driver is None:
assignment_manager = dependency.get_provider('assignment_api')
role_driver = assignment_manager.default_role_driver()
super(RoleManager, self).__init__(role_driver)
# Make sure it is a driver version we support, and if it is a legacy
# driver, then wrap it.
if isinstance(self.driver, role_base.RoleDriverV8):
self.driver = role_base.V9RoleWrapperForV8Driver(self.driver)
elif not isinstance(self.driver, role_base.RoleDriverV9):
raise exception.UnsupportedDriverVersion(driver=role_driver)
@MEMOIZE
def get_role(self, role_id):
return self.driver.get_role(role_id)
def create_role(self, role_id, role, initiator=None):
ret = self.driver.create_role(role_id, role)
notifications.Audit.created(self._ROLE, role_id, initiator)
if MEMOIZE.should_cache(ret):
self.get_role.set(ret, self, role_id)
return ret
@manager.response_truncated
def list_roles(self, hints=None):
return self.driver.list_roles(hints or driver_hints.Hints())
def update_role(self, role_id, role, initiator=None):
original_role = self.driver.get_role(role_id)
if ('domain_id' in role and
role['domain_id'] != original_role['domain_id']):
raise exception.ValidationError(
message=_('Update of `domain_id` is not allowed.'))
ret = self.driver.update_role(role_id, role)
notifications.Audit.updated(self._ROLE, role_id, initiator)
self.get_role.invalidate(self, role_id)
return ret
def delete_role(self, role_id, initiator=None):
self.assignment_api.delete_tokens_for_role_assignments(role_id)
self.assignment_api.delete_role_assignments(role_id)
self.driver.delete_role(role_id)
notifications.Audit.deleted(self._ROLE, role_id, initiator)
self.get_role.invalidate(self, role_id)
COMPUTED_ASSIGNMENTS_REGION.invalidate()
# TODO(ayoung): Add notification
def create_implied_role(self, prior_role_id, implied_role_id):
implied_role = self.driver.get_role(implied_role_id)
self.driver.get_role(prior_role_id)
if implied_role['name'] in CONF.assignment.prohibited_implied_role:
raise exception.InvalidImpliedRole(role_id=implied_role_id)
response = self.driver.create_implied_role(
prior_role_id, implied_role_id)
COMPUTED_ASSIGNMENTS_REGION.invalidate()
return response
def delete_implied_role(self, prior_role_id, implied_role_id):
self.driver.delete_implied_role(prior_role_id, implied_role_id)
COMPUTED_ASSIGNMENTS_REGION.invalidate()
@versionutils.deprecated(
versionutils.deprecated.NEWTON,
what='keystone.assignment.RoleDriverBase',
in_favor_of='keystone.assignment.role_backends.base.RoleDriverBase',
remove_in=+1)
class RoleDriverBase(role_base.RoleDriverBase):
pass
@versionutils.deprecated(
versionutils.deprecated.NEWTON,
what='keystone.assignment.RoleDriverV8',
in_favor_of='keystone.assignment.role_backends.base.RoleDriverV8',
remove_in=+1)
class RoleDriverV8(role_base.RoleDriverV8):
pass
@versionutils.deprecated(
versionutils.deprecated.NEWTON,
what='keystone.assignment.RoleDriverV9',
in_favor_of='keystone.assignment.role_backends.base.RoleDriverV9',
remove_in=+1)
class RoleDriverV9(role_base.RoleDriverV9):
pass
@versionutils.deprecated(
versionutils.deprecated.NEWTON,
what='keystone.assignment.V9RoleWrapperForV8Driver',
in_favor_of=(
'keystone.assignment.role_backends.base.V9RoleWrapperForV8Driver'),
remove_in=+1)
class V9RoleWrapperForV8Driver(role_base.V9RoleWrapperForV8Driver):
pass
RoleDriver = manager.create_legacy_driver(role_base.RoleDriverV8)