[ceph-users] two keys for one single uid

Daniel Picolli Biazus picollib at gmail.com
Thu Nov 23 04:22:05 PST 2017


Hey Abhishek!

How can I create a subuser do S3 user ? Could You give me an example?

Best Regards,

2017-11-23 9:55 GMT-02:00 Abhishek <abhishek at suse.com>:

> On 2017-11-23 12:41, Daniel Picolli Biazus wrote:
>
>> Hey David,
>>
>
> You can create multiple keys using key create command
>
> radosgw-admin key create --uid=somefoo --key-type=s3
> --access-key=someaccess --secret=secretsecret
>
> for eg.
>
>
>
>> I thought subusers are used essentially to swift users ? Am I wrong ? Can
>> I
>> use it also to S3 ?
>>
>
> Subusers can be used for s3 as well
>
> Best
> Abhishek
>
>
> Best Regards
>>
>> 2017-11-23 1:04 GMT-02:00 David Turner <drakonstein at gmail.com>:
>>
>> If you create a subuser of the uid, then the subuser can have its own name
>>> and key while being the same user. You can also limit a subuser to read,
>>> write, read+write, or full permissions. Full is identical permissions for
>>> the subuser as the user. Full enables creating and deleting buckets.
>>>
>>> To list a subuser, you just do a user info on the user and it shows it.
>>>
>>> I think you might be able to have multiple keys for a user without
>>> subusers, but I think subusers is a better method.
>>>
>>> On Wed, Nov 22, 2017, 6:26 PM Daniel Picolli Biazus <picollib at gmail.com>
>>> wrote:
>>>
>>> Hey Guys,
>>>>
>>>> Is it possible generating two keys in one single user/uid on rados S3 ?
>>>>
>>>> Something like that:
>>>>
>>>> radosgw-admin user info --uid=0001
>>>> {
>>>>     "user_id": "0001",
>>>>     "display_name": "0001",
>>>>     "email": "",
>>>>     "suspended": 0,
>>>>     "max_buckets": 10,
>>>>     "auid": 0,
>>>>     "subusers": [],
>>>>     "keys": [
>>>>         {
>>>>             "user": "0001",
>>>>             "access_key": "foo1",
>>>>             "secret_key": "bar1"
>>>>         },
>>>>         {
>>>>             "user": "0001",
>>>>             "access_key": "foo2",
>>>>             "secret_key": "bar2"
>>>>         }
>>>>     ],
>>>>     "swift_keys": [],
>>>>     "caps": [
>>>>         {
>>>>             "type": "usage",
>>>>             "perm": "*"
>>>>         },
>>>>         {
>>>>             "type": "users",
>>>>             "perm": "read"
>>>>         }
>>>>     ],
>>>>     "op_mask": "read, write, delete",
>>>>     "default_placement": "",
>>>>     "placement_tags": [],
>>>>     "bucket_quota": {
>>>>         "enabled": false,
>>>>         "max_size_kb": -1,
>>>>         "max_objects": -1
>>>>     },
>>>>     "user_quota": {
>>>>         "enabled": true,
>>>>         "max_size_kb": 1048576000000,
>>>>         "max_objects": -1
>>>>     },
>>>>     "temp_url_keys": []
>>>> }
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> Best Regards,
>>>> Biazus
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