[dev] directions to the right project team
Danny.Webb at thehutgroup.com
Tue Jul 19 10:37:18 UTC 2022
Unfortunately pagination was removed from keystone in the v3 api and as far as we're aware it was never re-added.
The only scope to limit the returns from keystone is with "list_limit" in the keystone.conf, but that just means that any given api call will return no more than that set value.
We're looking at skyline, but need SSO integrations added before we can use it (which is in our backlog for Sergey)
From: Dmitriy Rabotyagov <noonedeadpunk at gmail.com>
Sent: 17 July 2022 21:12
Cc: openstack-discuss <openstack-discuss at lists.openstack.org>
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Just out of interest, have you tried using Skyline as a dashboard instead of the horizon?
I believe keystone should already support pagination. The better question is what horizon uses as client - openstacksdk or python-keystoneclient. As I believe a lot of issues are solved with openstacksdk as of today, and switching to it also would match community goal. So imo that might be good thing to contribute to:)
вс, 17 июл. 2022 г., 22:07 Sergey Drozdov <sergey.drozdov.dev at gmail.com<mailto:sergey.drozdov.dev at gmail.com>>:
Too whom it may concern,
I am relatively new to contributing to OpenStack and therefore am not sure who to direct this question too. I have the following issue. The firm I am currently working at is running OpenStack at sale with circa 6000 different projects. Whenever we try to access a projects tab via horizon we experience a timeout (accessing through the API works fine). To that end we were hoping to implement something akin to pagination or filtering. I was hoping to work on this and contribute the outcome to OpenStack. Is this something worthwhile and which group should I talk to; keystone, horizon or both ? I apologise in advance if I have missed something.
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