[openstack-dev] [barbican] Using KMIP with Barbican (Utkarsh Simha)
Kelsey, Timothy John
tim.kelsey at hp.com
Thu Mar 26 12:28:36 UTC 2015
I am also happy to help figure out whats going in here, as Kaitlin says,
the first step is get some more log info.
Cloud Security Engineer
On 25/03/2015 15:24, "Farr, Kaitlin M." <Kaitlin.Farr at jhuapl.edu> wrote:
>Specifying "kmip_plugin" in the barbican-api.conf is the correct way to
>configure the plugin. In my previous debugging experience, I've found
>get CryptoPluginNotFound if an error occurred during the plugin's __init__
>method. For the KMIP plugin, this means the key file permissions were not
>set to 400 or the PyKMIP KMIPProxy object could not be created with the
>configuration options set. To debug this further, we'll need to log at the
>logs for more clues.
>Hope this helps!
>Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
>Date: Mon, 23 Mar 2015 16:56:43 +0530
>From: Utkarsh Simha <utkarshsimha at gmail.com>
>To: openstack-dev at lists.openstack.org
>Subject: [openstack-dev] [barbican] Using KMIP with Barbican
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>I was wondering how it is possible to use an external Key Management
>Server with Barbican? I have configured the barbican-api.conf file for
>the KMIP Plugin and also set "enabled_crypto_plugins" to
>"kmip_plugin", but it says "CryptoPluginNotFound"
>Any help is appreciated! Thank you :)
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