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See the current trunk of devstack which creates the creds and has an 'openrc' file that is sourceable and allows euca2ools to work again. There is also a bit of code in nova-manage to export users projects and keys to keystone which uses it. We don't really do anything with them in the nova code per se.


On Oct 27, 2011, at 9:22 AM, Joseph Heck wrote:

On Oct 27, 2011, at 9:19 AM, Vishvananda Ishaya wrote:

On Oct 25, 2011, at 12:05 PM, Joseph Heck wrote:

Q: What's the keystone-manage command for "credential add" do? There's also no corresponding delete or disable - is this password update for the passwords that are set on "keystone-manage user add"? If not, how are those passwords updated?

Q: What are "type" and "key" as related to "credential add" command, and what are they intended to do? We use the credential add command to store ec2 credentials. The idea behind credentials could be that a user would have a number of different credentials of different types. Oauth keys, ec2 secret and access, etc. I hacked the ability to add the ec2 credentials in because we needed it to make the ec2 api work in nova. The idea was that more robust support would be added through admin api extensions later. Thanks Vish! Any quick pointers to nova code (or where to find them) so I can see how you're using it today? I want to slap this into the docs (which are anemic in this area at the moment, since I didn't grok it)