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Re: [Pulp-list] MongoDB Users



On 09/21/2011 02:44 PM, John Matthews wrote:


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I don't think Pulp currently supports the ability to connect to a
mongo
database with user credentials.

Do we need to support this for Katello? I imagine that anyone looking
to
deploy Pulp in a production environment wouldn't feel comfortable
leaving the mongo database without authentication.

We'd need to support it for both the server and pulp-migrate, but I'm
pretty sure that stuff is written in a way such that if we change it
in
one place, it applies to both. We'd also need to document that
"pulp-server init" would need the following done before it's run"
* mongo running ahead of time
* configured with a database called "pulp_database"
* the database is configured with user credentials
* /etc/pulp/pulp.conf has to be edited to include the database
credentials

Todd, I'll leave it to you to add to the backlog appropriately based
on
if it becomes a Katello requirement.



Agree this is something we should test.
I think a basic level of support may be working,
if the username:password are including in a URI as described here: http://www.mongodb.org/display/DOCS/Connections

The configuration change to pulp would be to update 'seeds' under [database].
That string is passed into the pymongo connection, so username/password settings should be obeyed.

Interesting. I thought the credentials were separate parameters to the PyMongo Connection constructor, but I don't really have a solid basis for why I thought that. That also doesn't mean Mongo won't honor the credentials in the seeds.

I'll take a few minutes and give this a test. Thanks for the heads up.


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