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Amogh Patel updated AMBARI-21687:
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    Description: 
User can't add node via Ambari UI when being part of both *cluster user* and 
*cluster administrator* roles.

*Issue1:* The expected behavior of Ambari is to not allow same user/group to be 
part of 2 different roles and it WARNS that *Cannot save permissions.. Only 1 
role allowed per user or group* but this can be fooled by creating two 
different groups and have a common user, which creates Issue2.

*Issue2:* Due to above, user (part of cluster user and cluster admin) can't add 
node and Ambari UI goes in loop during node registration process and reloads 
the page again and again.

Reproduced it with Ambari 2.5.1. Steps to reproduce:

1. Created group *foogroup* and user *foo1* and added it in *foogroup*.
2. Tried to add *foogroup* to roles cluster user and administrator and it 
doesn't allow with above warning.
3. Created a local user *test1* in Ambari.
4. Created 2 different group *clus_admin* and *cluster_user* and added *test1* 
in both of them.
5. Assigned *clus_admin* to cluster admin role and *clus_user* to cluster user 
role and was able to save and assign 2 different roles to same user.
6. Tried to add a new node with *test1* user and Ambari UI freaks out while 
registration and goes on loop.

  was:
User can't add node via Ambari UI when being part of both "cluster user" and 
"cluster admin" roles.
Issue1: The expected behavior of Ambari is to not allow same user/group to be 
part of 2 different roles and it WARNS that Cannot save permissions.. Only 1 
role allowed per user or group but this can be fooled by creating two different 
groups and have a common user, which creates Issue2.
Issue2: Due to above, user (part of cluster user and cluster admin) can't add 
node and Ambari UI goes in loop during node registration process and reloads 
the page again and again.
Reproduced it with Ambari 2.5.1. Steps to reproduce:
1. Created group foogroup *and user *foo1 *and added it in foogroup*.
2. Tried to add* foogroup* to roles cluster user and administrator and it 
doesn't allow with above warning.
3. Created a local user test1 in Ambari.
4. Created 2 different group clus_admin and cluster_user and added test1 in 
both of them.
5. Assigned clus_admin to cluster admin role and *clus_user to cluster user 
role and was able to save and assign 2 differen*t roles to same user.
6. Tried to add a new node with* test1 *user and Ambari UI freaks out while 
registration and goes on loop.


> User can't add node via Ambari UI when being part of both "cluster user" and 
> "cluster admin" roles
> --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
>
>                 Key: AMBARI-21687
>                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/AMBARI-21687
>             Project: Ambari
>          Issue Type: Bug
>          Components: ambari-sever
>    Affects Versions: 2.5.1
>            Reporter: Amogh Patel
>
> User can't add node via Ambari UI when being part of both *cluster user* and 
> *cluster administrator* roles.
> *Issue1:* The expected behavior of Ambari is to not allow same user/group to 
> be part of 2 different roles and it WARNS that *Cannot save permissions.. 
> Only 1 role allowed per user or group* but this can be fooled by creating two 
> different groups and have a common user, which creates Issue2.
> *Issue2:* Due to above, user (part of cluster user and cluster admin) can't 
> add node and Ambari UI goes in loop during node registration process and 
> reloads the page again and again.
> Reproduced it with Ambari 2.5.1. Steps to reproduce:
> 1. Created group *foogroup* and user *foo1* and added it in *foogroup*.
> 2. Tried to add *foogroup* to roles cluster user and administrator and it 
> doesn't allow with above warning.
> 3. Created a local user *test1* in Ambari.
> 4. Created 2 different group *clus_admin* and *cluster_user* and added 
> *test1* in both of them.
> 5. Assigned *clus_admin* to cluster admin role and *clus_user* to cluster 
> user role and was able to save and assign 2 different roles to same user.
> 6. Tried to add a new node with *test1* user and Ambari UI freaks out while 
> registration and goes on loop.



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