Testing OpenStack upgrades
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tobiko/tobiko/openstack/keystone/config.py

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# Copyright 2019 Red Hat
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from __future__ import absolute_import
import itertools
from oslo_config import cfg
GROUP_NAME = 'keystone'
OPTIONS = [
cfg.IntOpt('api_version',
default=None,
help="Identity API version"),
cfg.StrOpt('auth_url',
default=None,
help="Identity service URL"),
cfg.StrOpt('username',
default=None,
help="Username"),
cfg.StrOpt('project_name',
default=None,
help="Project name"),
cfg.StrOpt('password',
default=None,
help="Password"),
cfg.StrOpt('domain_name',
default=None,
help="Domain name"),
cfg.StrOpt('user_domain_name',
default=None,
help="User domain name"),
cfg.StrOpt('project_domain_name',
default=None,
help="Project domain name"),
cfg.StrOpt('project_domain_id',
default=None,
help="Project domain ID"),
cfg.StrOpt('trust_id',
default=None,
help="Trust ID for trust scoping."),
cfg.StrOpt('cloud_name',
default=None,
help=("Cloud name used pick authentication parameters from "
"clouds.*")),
cfg.ListOpt('clouds_file_dirs',
default=['.', '~/.config/openstack', '/etc/openstack'],
help=("Directories where to look for clouds files")),
cfg.ListOpt('clouds_file_names',
default=['clouds.yaml', 'clouds.yml', 'clouds.json'],
help="Clouds file names")]
def register_tobiko_options(conf):
conf.register_opts(group=cfg.OptGroup(GROUP_NAME), opts=OPTIONS)
def list_options():
return [(GROUP_NAME, itertools.chain(OPTIONS))]