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You should probably not store tokens in the DB. There is no reason to store tokens in the DB. This is not a scalable solution for production deployments. Have keystone use memcache to store its tokens.

The configuration change to make this happen is simple. In keystone.conf:

driver = keystone.token.backends.memcache.Token

Restart keystone server.

You wont have to worry about the DB anymore.