OpenStack Identity (Keystone)

Determining subtrees for Keystone LDAP integration

Asked by Fatih Güçlü Akkaya on 2012-02-14

Hi,

I am trying to use our existing user database for keystone. Since the schemas are not the same, i tried to levarage from LDAP by matching a predefined keystone schema with existing database schema using back-sql. So for i am successful at integration keystone with OpenLDAP server (ver 2.4.23) using a MySQL database as backend. However during investigating the code for keystone ldap integration i realize that on the ldap side two sub trees ou=Groups,dc=example,dc=com and ou=User,dc=example,dc=com must be defined. However i want to keystone to look for sub trees under the domain that i defined myself. I know that this a configuration issue in the keystone.conf for the ldap backend part. Can you show me a sample configuration which uses values for LDAP dn s defined by the user?

Thanks

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2012-02-19
Joseph Heck (heckj) said : #1

Fatih,

Adam Young is re-implementing the LDAP support for the new baseline of keystone that just landed, and is documenting some of this thought work at http://adam.younglogic.com/2012/02/openstack-keystone-ldap-redux/ for the implementation he's planning on landing in the very near future. I'd suggest taking a look at it to see if that re-implementation answers your question.

-joe

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