[Openstack-operators] st tool
gholt at rackspace.com
Fri Jun 10 12:48:58 UTC 2011
That looks to be due to an older version of Python in use. I'll file a bug indicating we need to work on older Python compatibility at least for client tools.
On Jun 10, 2011, at 12:11 AM, shashidhar v wrote:
> When I am using "st" tool from a client machine to interact with swift service which was ssl enabled (self signed certs.) I am getting the following error
> [shashi at pvfs4 tmp]$ ./st stat -A https://192.1x.x.x:8080/auth/v1 -U test:tester -K testing
> Traceback (most recent call last):
> File "./st", line 1715, in ?
> File "./st", line 1256, in st_stat
> headers = conn.head_account()
> File "./st", line 764, in head_account
> return self._retry(head_account)
> File "./st", line 737, in _retry
> self.url, self.token = self.get_auth()
> File "./st", line 725, in get_auth
> return get_auth(self.authurl, self.user, self.key, snet=self.snet)
> File "./st", line 181, in get_auth
> parsed, conn = http_connection(url)
> File "./st", line 154, in http_connection
> if parsed.scheme == 'http':
> AttributeError: 'tuple' object has no attribute 'scheme'
> [shashi at pvfs4 tmp]$
> Earlier it was working fine with http protocol , but failed with https protocol
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