[Openstack-operators] Openstack Swift SAIO

Greg Holt gholt at rackspace.com
Mon Jun 13 22:13:57 UTC 2011

On Jun 13, 2011, at 4:40 PM, Stephen Broeker wrote:

> This used to work but when I now install SAIO and try to run startmain, I get the following stack trace:
> LookupError: Entry point 'swauth' not found in egg 'swift' (dir: /home/ubuntu/swift/trunk; protocols: paste.filter_factory, paste.filter_app_factory; entry_points: )

This may help: http://tlohg.com/swauth-is-now-a-separate-project

Essentially, Swauth has moved to its own project to make it more obvious it is a distinct thing from Swift. So now you need to install Swauth separately and the only change you should need to make to your configs (once Swauth is installed) is to change the use = egg:swift#swauth to use = egg:swauth#swauth in your proxy-server.conf

This is true for Swift trunk code and the upcoming 1.4.1 release (or maybe the 1.4.0-3 release, I'm not sure the exact version designation has been decided on yet.)

Another option, if you're just doing development, is to use the basic TempAuth included in the Swift codebase. See the updated instructions at http://swift.openstack.org/development_saio.html for that process. But that is actually a slightly more involved switch.
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