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Where can I find the dndpoint types definition or convention?

Hi,

During configuring ceilometer component, I found a item called "interface" in the [service_credentials] section/group. The help text tells the following:

# Type of endpoint in Identity service catalog to use for communication with
# OpenStack services. (string value)
# Allowed values: public, internal, admin, auth, publicURL, internalURL, adminURL
# Deprecated group/name - [service_credentials]/os_endpoint_type
#interface = public

It seems that the interface item is corresponding to the same-named field of keystone.endpoint table. By checking the content of the endpoint table, I see public/internal/admin rows (for keystone). Although I have a vague understanding of the differences among public/internal/admin interfaces, why there are also publicURL/internalURL/adminURL/auth? What's the differences among them all? Is there a document to describe that?

Thanks a lot,

/bruin

Where can I find the dndpoint types definition or convention?

Hi,

During configuring ceilometer component, I found a item called "interface" in the [service_credentials] section/group. The help text tells the following:

# Type of endpoint in Identity service catalog to use for communication with
# OpenStack services. (string value)
# Allowed values: public, internal, admin, auth, publicURL, internalURL, adminURL
# Deprecated group/name - [service_credentials]/os_endpoint_type
#interface = public

It seems that the interface item is corresponding to the same-named field of keystone.endpoint table. By checking the content of the endpoint table, I see public/internal/admin rows (for keystone). Although I have a vague understanding of the differences among public/internal/admin interfaces, why there are also publicURL/internalURL/adminURL/auth? What's the differences among them all? Is there a document to describe that?

Thanks a lot,

/bruin