[Freeipa-devel] [PATCH] 0506 Default read ACIs for hosts
pviktori at redhat.com
Thu Apr 10 11:56:06 UTC 2014
On 04/09/2014 12:25 PM, Martin Kosek wrote:
> On 04/03/2014 12:09 PM, Petr Viktorin wrote:
>> This adds read permissions to read hosts.
>> Read access is given to all authenticated users.
>> For reading host membership info, there is a separate permission that also
>> defaults to all authenticated users.
>> The userPassword attribute is not included for obvious reasons.
> 1) We decided to show hosts only to authenticated users by default. I am just
> thinking - should some portion of hosts be readable just like groups and users
> are? For example at least the host core defined by nsHost objectlass?
> objectClasses: ( nsHost-oid NAME 'nsHost' DESC 'Netscape defined objectclass'
> SUP top STRUCTURAL MUST cn MAY ( serverHostName $ description $ l $ nsHostLoc
> ation $ nsHardwarePlatform $ nsOsVersion ) X-ORIGIN 'Netscape' )
> Are application supposed to be able to anonymously read that information?
I'm not sure. Simo?
> 2) Do we want to count enrolledBy and managedBy attribute to "System: Read Host
> Membership" permission or should it be included in the "Read Hosts" permission?
> If we want to stick with previous behavior, we would want to have only
> "memberOf" listed as this is how our original member handling ACI looks like:
> install/share/default-aci.ldif:aci: (targetattr = "memberOf || memberHost ||
> memberUser")(version 3.0; acl "No anonymous access to member information"; deny
> (read,search,compare) userdn != "ldap:///all";
What was the reasoning behind enrolledBy and managedBy? I got it from
the notes from devconf; I don't think there was much discussion.
> 3) I could not functionally test if e.g. clients and replicas still enroll as
> we do not have an ACI for krbtpolicy/krbRealmContainer yet and
> ipa-client-install searches for it.
> Speaking of which, we will need to have an ACI for reading a portion of
> krbRealmContainer anonymously to enable IPA client autodiscovery
> (cn+objectclass should be sufficient).
> We can wait with the functional testing until you get to krbRealmContainer though.
Yes, it's still quite early for functional testing.
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