[Bug 1655182] Re: keystone-manage mapping_engine tester problems
edward.hope-morley at canonical.com
Mon Jul 31 11:11:19 UTC 2017
I have verified this fix using the steps detailed in the test case and
can confirm that the fix is good:
root at juju-58b2b9-default-7:~# keystone-manage mapping_engine --rules mapping.json --input input.txt
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keystone-manage mapping_engine tester problems
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Status in keystone source package in Yakkety:
* A bug in keystone-manage tool prohibits the use of the
mapping_engine command for testing federation rules.
* Users of Keystone Federation will not be able to verify their
mapping rules before pushing these to production.
* Not being able to test rules before pushing to production is a
major operational challenge for our users.
* The proposed upload fixes this by backporting a fix for this issue
from upstream stable/ocata.
* Deploy keystone using Juju with this bundle:
* ssh to keystone unit, grab artifacts and run command:
- mapping.json: http://pastebin.ubuntu.com/24855419/
- input.txt: http://pastebin.ubuntu.com/24855420/
'keystone-manage mapping_engine --rules mapping.json --input input.txt'
* Observe that command provides no output and that a Python Traceback
is printed in /var/log/keystone/keystone.log
* Install the proposed package, repeat the above steps and observe
that the command now outputs its interpretation and effect of the
* keystone-manage mapping_engine is a operational test tool and is
solely used by the operator to test their rules.
* The distributed version of this command in Xenial and Yakkety does
currently not work at all.
* The change will make the command work as our users expect it to.
[Original bug description]
There are several problems with keystone-manage mapping_engine
* It aborts with a backtrace because of wrong number of arguments
passed to the RuleProcessor
* The --engine-debug option does not work.
* Error messages related to input data are cryptic and inprecise.
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