[openstack-dev] [openstack-ansible][designate] Recommended way to inject the rndc.key into the designate container when using Bind9

Lawrence J. Albinson lawrence at ljalbinson.com
Wed Jun 21 12:15:44 UTC 2017

Hi Andy,

As ever, many thanks for the prompt reply. I'm going to work up a patch proposal and submit it as soon as possible.

Kind regards, Lawrence

From: Andy McCrae
Sent: 20 June 2017 14:15
To: OpenStack Development Mailing List (not for usage questions)
Subject: Re: [openstack-dev] [openstack-ansible][designate] Recommended way to inject the rndc.key into the designate container when using Bind9

Hi Lawrence,

Thanks for providing the feedback!

I am using OpenStack Designate with Bind9 as the slave and have managed to set it up with openstack-ansible in all respect bar one, I am unable to automatically inject the rndc.key file into the Designate container.
Is there a recognised way to do this (and similar things elsewhere across the OpenStack family) within the openstack-ansible framework without branching the repo and making modifications?

We don't currently have a set way to do that, although after talking with Graham and few others, it seems this is something the designate role should do, so I'd label that a bug. That said, rather than having a fork with modifications it seems
like useful functionality that would be useful to most deployers of Designate, so it would be great to create a patch to add this functionality. I'm imagining it would just be a templated rndc.key file with a "designate_rndc_key_value" variable
(or something along those lines!).

If that sounds like something you'd like to give a go there is some good documentation around what to do to get started here: https://docs.openstack.org/infra/manual/developers.html

Also! Feel free to jump into the #openstack-ansible channel on Freenode irc, we're a pretty helpful bunch, and we'd love to help you get involved.

Hopefully that helps!

WIth apologies in advance in the event that I have overlooked the essential piece of documentation on how to do this.

Kind regards, Lawrence
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