[ironic] question regarding attributes required for a non-admin to boot from volume
dtantsur at redhat.com
Tue Jan 12 16:18:38 UTC 2021
On Tue, Jan 12, 2021 at 3:45 PM Tzu-Mainn Chen <tzumainn at redhat.com> wrote:
> I've been looking into what it would take to allow non-admins to boot from
> volume. It looks like they'd need to update a node's storage_interface; and
> if you'd like to boot from an iSCSI volume, then you also need to update a
> node's capabilities property.
FWIW we have a similar situation with the ramdisk deploy and the necessity
to update deploy_interface.
In both cases I don't feel well about updating node.*_interface itself,
because such changes are permanent and there is no code to un-do them
before the node becomes available again. My plan (if I ever get to it) is
to accept deploy_interface (and now storage_interface) in
node.instance_info. This solves both problems: instance_info is writable by
non-admins and is wiped automatically on tear down.
As to capabilities, I think it's fine if you set the iscsi_boot capability
for every node that supports it in advance. You don't need non-admins to do
that. Otherwise, most capabilities can be overridden via
instance_info[capabilities] (although not this one).
> Are these fields that we want non-admins to be able to update? If not, is
> there an alternative that might be possible?
> Tzu-Mainn Chen
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