On 06/16/2014 05:43 PM, Petr Viktorin wrote:
> On 06/13/2014 05:25 PM, Petr Viktorin wrote:
>>
>> With the first patch, old SYSTEM permissions can be replaced. The "Read
>> DNS Entries" did not have an associated ACI, but was rather rolled into
>> a single ACI with the managedBy rule used for per-zone access.
>> (and before that it was part of a deny rule.)
>> We can't remove this permission in an update file, because we need to
>> check that it is indeed an old SYSTEM perm and not a new one with the
>> same name.
>>
>>
>> The second patch converts DNS permissions to managed.
>>
>> The ACIs are put directly in $SUFFIX, because the cn=dns subtree does
>> not exist in all installations.
>>
>> I hope to change this for https://fedorahosted.org/freeipa/ticket/4058,
>> when I've thought more about relationships between plugins, packages,
>> install options, and the updater.
> 
> Testing more, I found a benign bug: the updater complained if the cn=dns
> container was missing. Fixed here.
> 
> Also, the update_dns_permissions plugin is now now obsolete, the third patch
> removes it.
> 

583.2: OK

584.2:

1) Typo in description:
Convewrt the existing default permissions.

2) What would you like to do with per-zone permissions?

# ipa dnszone-add-permission example.com
------------------------------------------------------
Added system permission "Manage DNS zone example.com."
------------------------------------------------------
  Manage DNS zone example.com.

# ipa permission-show 'Manage DNS zone example.com.'
  Permission name: Manage DNS zone example.com.
  Granted to Privilege: test2
  Indirect Member of roles: test2

Should the command be converted to add V2 permissions? We would have to also
deal with conversion from old DNS zone permissions to permissionsv2 though.

3) How difficult would it be to also convert "Add/Read/Remove/Update DNS
entries in a zone" permissions to managed? It would make their maintenance and
updates much easier, we would also get rid of more updates in update files.

The only problem I see is how to define 'userattr =
"parent[0,1].managedby#GROUPDN"' in the managed permission, IMO it could be
rough at the moment.

Otherwise the changes worked fine, thanks!

Martin

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