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Re: Keystone Woes
Hmm, well it looks like you already have debug enabled, which is indicating
that the username + password combination is bad (if debug was disabled,
you'd get a much more opaque error message). The tenant name you specified
would not have been checked yet. If 'admin' appears in your keystone
user-list, then the password is definitely wrong.
On Sat, Apr 13, 2013 at 3:56 PM, Daniel Ellison <daniel@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> On 2013-04-13, at 1:24 PM, Dolph Mathews <dolph.mathews@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> > It looks like you're doing everything correctly, except OS_PASSWORD is
> *NOT* the same thing as the static admin_token in keystone.conf.
> You're right, actually. I DID use the admin_token for OS_PASSWORD. I'll
> definitely be fixing that. But as long as the password is set and
> referenced properly it shouldn't matter what it is, I would hope.
> > Passwords are user-specific attributes created using the --pass argument
> on user-create for example. You may have set it to be the same as
> keystone.conf's admin_token, but I necessarily wouldn't recommend that. If
> you don't know what your password was, you probably need to delete your
> admin user and recreate it with a known password, and then grant it your
> admin role again.
> The keystone_data.sh script did this correctly, using the ADMIN_PASSWORD I
> set at the top of the script. That password happened to be the admin_token,
> but again, as long as it's set properly it shouldn't make a difference. As
> I mentioned, I think I'll fix that anyway, just to take it out of the
> Thanks for the response!