Configure Apache HTTPD for mod_moonshot
This section presents the steps that are necessary in order to get authenticated using ABFAB federation protocol on Openstack.
Run Keystone in HTTPD
Follow the steps outlined at: Running Keystone in HTTPD.
Install Moonshot Libraries and Moonshot Module for Apache
Click on the links below for instructions on how to install it. mod_moonshot (aka mod_auth_gssapi) is compatible with Apache HTTPD server v2.22, which can be installed on the following Linux flavours.
Configure mod_moonshot to connect to an ABFAB compatible server.
mod_moonshot also needs Shibboleth service configuration files located in /etc/shibboleth.
On RHEL, CentOS or SE Linux distributions, shibd is installed with moonshot libraries, so the files just need to be configured.
On Ubuntu 12.04 or 14.04, you can install mod_shib installed, and disable it.
$ apt-get install mod_shib $ a2dismod shib2
Or you can optionally set up the /etc/shibboleth files manually.
For instructions on how to configure Shibboleth, follow the instructions of the section "Configuring shibboleth2.xml" in this link.
In the keystone Apache site file, locate the virtual host entry and add the following entries for Abfab:
<VirtualHost *:5000> ... <LocationMatch /v3/OS-FEDERATION/identity_providers/*?/protocols/abfab/auth> AuthType Negotiate Require valid-user </LocationMatch> </VirtualHost>
<VirtualHost *:35357> ... <LocationMatch /v3/OS-FEDERATION/identity_providers/*?/protocols/abfab/auth> AuthType Negotiate Require valid-user </LocationMatch> </VirtualHost>
- abfab may be different in your deployment.
- Using a different wildcard instead of "*" (eg. "Abfab_*") will make only IdPs prefixed with "Abfab_" to authenticate using "abfab" protocol.
$ service apache2 restart