[ceph-users] How to attach permission policy to user?
prsrivas at redhat.com
Mon Mar 11 03:05:59 PDT 2019
Can you explain what you mean by 'enabling restful modules', particularly
which document are you referring to?
Right now there is no other way to attach a permission policy to a user.
There is work in progress for adding functionality to RGW using which such
calls can be scripted using boto.
On Mon, Mar 11, 2019 at 3:21 PM myxingkong <admin at xingkong.io> wrote:
> I want to use the GetSessionToken method to get the temporary credentials,
> but according to the answer given in the official documentation, I need to
> attach a permission policy to the user before I can use the GetSessionToken
> This is the command for the additional permission policy provided by the
> official documentation:
> s3curl.pl --debug --id admin -- -s -v -X POST "
> This requires enabling restful modules to execute this command.
> I configured the restful module according to the documentation, but
> without success, I was unable to configure the SSL certificate.
> ceph config-key set mgr/restful/crt -i restful.crt
> WARNING: it looks like you might be trying to set a ceph-mgr module
> configuration key. Since Ceph 13.0.0 (Mimic), mgr module configuration is
> done with `config set`, and new values set using `config-key set` will be
> set mgr/restful/crt
> Can someone tell me if there is a way to configure a restful module's
> certificate, or if there is another way to attach permission policies to
> ceph-users mailing list
> ceph-users at lists.ceph.com
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