Issue #7186 Broke submission to AWS which also uses key_pair as auth_method
2017-02-22 09:34:52,361] DEBUG: glideFactoryEntry:1006: Checking security credentials for client cmssrv279-fnal-gov_OSG_gWMSFrontend.fermilab
[2017-02-22 09:34:52,362] WARNING: glideFactoryEntry:1300: Client 'cmssrv279-fnal-gov_OSG_gWMSFrontend.fermilab' did not specify a Username in Key 742746 and the entry FNAL_HEPCLOUD_AWS_us-west-2a_m3.xlarge does not provide a default username in the gatekeeper string, skipping request
The AWS secret key / access key don't have a username in them the way they are stored,
there is just the 20 byte AWS access key and the 40 byte secret access key.
What should we do? I don't think we tested the AWS functionality after 3.3.1 was released before.
#1 Updated by Parag Mhashilkar almost 4 years ago
- Assignee set to Parag Mhashilkar
- Target version set to v3_2_19
- First Occurred set to v3_2_16
Following changes from Marco to ticket https://cdcvs.fnal.gov/redmine/issues/7186 broke the AWS submission. AWS & BOSCO both use key_pair but the changes made do not distinguish appropriately.
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marcom pushed a commit to branch v3/7186_2
in repository glideinwms.
Author: Marco Mambelli
Date: Mon Sep 12 17:05:28 2016 -0500
added remote_username credential attribute. If specified will replace username in user@host from entry when using key pair