[Openstack-operators] [swift] private read ACL set on container_segments results in 401

Vinsh, Adam adam.vinsh at twcable.com
Tue Dec 15 23:07:39 UTC 2015


I am looking for advice on an interesting case a customer of our swift cluster has come with.

They have uploaded a large object (~5G) to a swift container "containerA".  Swift broke this object into segments, creating a container for those segments "containerA_segments".
If both containers are set to public, this object can be downloaded.

They want this container to be private and only serve up content to a specific refer domain.
So, they set the following ACL on "containerA"   ".r:<secret-key>.example.com,.rlistings
Where the secret-key is one their proxy re-directs requests to.

Now, they can not get the object in containerA.
Setting "containerA_segments" to the same ACL as containerA also does not work.

We have found that the only way to access this object is to set the ACL on "containerA_segments" to public.
This isn't desirable because it means the segments container is now public even though containerA is private.

Is this expected?



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