On 03/24/2015 08:20 AM, Jakub Hrozek wrote: > On Tue, Mar 24, 2015 at 08:07:53AM +0100, Martin Kosek wrote: >> On 03/24/2015 07:16 AM, Jan Cholasta wrote: >>> Dne 23.3.2015 v 20:17 Standa Láznička napsal(a): >> ... >>>>> Given the above, HBAC rules could contain (time, anchor), where anchor >>>>> is "UTC", "user local time" or "host local time". >>>> Truth is, it was not really clear to me from the last week's discussion >>>> whose "Local Time" to use - do we use host's or do we use user's? It >>>> would make sense to me to use the user's local time. But then you would >>>> need to really store at least the timezone information with each user >>>> object. And that information should probably change with user moving >>>> between different timezones. That's quite a pickle I am in right here. >>> >>> IMO whether to use user or host local time depends on organization local >>> policy, hence my suggestion to support both. >> >> I am bit confused, I would like to make sure we are on the same page with >> regards to Local Time. When the Local Time rule is created, anchor will be >> set >> to "Local Time". Then SSSD would simply use host's local time, in whichever >> time zone the HBAC host is. > > Yes, that was my understanding also. > >> >> So this is the default host enforcement. For the user, you want to let SSSD >> check authenticated user's entry, to see if there is a timezone information? >> This would of course depend on the information being available. For AD users, >> you would need to set it in ID Views or similar. > > Yes, also in a previous e-mail, there was a suggestion to change > timezones by admin when the user changes timezones -- I didn't like that > part, it seems really error prone and tedious. *If* there was this > choice, it should not be the default, rather the default should also be > host local time IMO.
Host local time zone was the original case I expected. Enforcing *user* local time zone is where this discussion started. Honze proposed making this an option - leaving us to 3 different time modes: * UTC - stored as (time + olson time zone), enforcement is clear * Host Local Time - stored as (time + Host Local Time), enforcement by /etc/localtime * User Local Time - stored as (time + User Local Time), enforcement by ??? So the rule may be: * Employee Foo can access web service Bar only in his work hours IMO, it is realistic for an administrator to set the time zone setting in the employee entry. Of course, it gets tricky when the user starts moving around the globe... -- Manage your subscription for the Freeipa-devel mailing list: https://www.redhat.com/mailman/listinfo/freeipa-devel Contribute to FreeIPA: http://www.freeipa.org/page/Contribute/Code