Upload object to container which is set by ACL shows "access was denied to this resource"

Asked by rice7646 on 2012-11-15

I upload a object to container (with Read/Write ACL)
The message shows as below:
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Error trying to create container 'Rice_container': 403 Forbidden: 403 Forbidden

Access was denied to this resource.
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However, it uploaded successfully.

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Here are my rules:
1. only one admin user in an account
2. all container create by admin
3. a user will be assigned an container(created by admin) by setting r/w ACL

----Stat Rice_container by admin----
rice@rice-NB:~$ swift -A https://127.0.0.1:8080/auth/v1.0 -U Rice:admin -K <passworld> stat Rice_container
    Account: AUTH_103ab08b-e95a-4eb3-8df3-a8d551d919f6
 Container: Rice_container
     Objects: 0
         Bytes: 0
 Read ACL: Rice:Rice
Write ACL: Rice:Rice
    Sync To:
  Sync Key:
Accept-Ranges: bytes
X-Timestamp: 1352977831.73894

----Stat Rice_container by Rice----
rice@rice-NB:~$ swift -A https://127.0.0.1:8080/auth/v1.0 -U Rice:Rice -K <password> stat Rice_container
    Account: AUTH_103ab08b-e95a-4eb3-8df3-a8d551d919f6
 Container: Rice_container
     Objects: 0
         Bytes: 0
 Read ACL:
Write ACL:
     Sync To:
  Sync Key:
Accept-Ranges: bytes
X-Timestamp: 1352977831.73894

****Upload object to Rice_container by Rice****
rice@rice-NB:~$ swift -A https://127.0.0.1:8080/auth/v1.0 -U Rice:Rice -K <password> upload Rice_container FileABC
Error trying to create container 'Rice_container': 403 Forbidden: 403 Forbidden

Access was denied to this resource.

FileABC

----list Rice_container by Rice----
rice@rice-NB:~$ swift -A https://127.0.0.1:8080/auth/v1.0 -U Rice:Rice -K <password> list Rice_container
FileABC

Could anyone explain me why??
Thanks. :D

Best regards,
Rice Li

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2012-11-15
Samuel Merritt (torgomatic) said : #1

The swift command-line tool will issue a POST to the container to ensure it exists before any objects are uploaded. Since the user in question may read and write objects in the container but not the container itself, you get a 403 for the POST, and then the object PUT requests work as intended.

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