On 3/13/2018 11:25 AM, Terry Steichen wrote:
> What also puzzles me is that I can't find any "security.json" file. 
> Clearly, solr is persistently keeping track of the
> authentication/authorization information, but I don't see where.  I
> suppose it might be kept in zookeeper (which perhaps survives solr
> restarts - but I don't know).  Any insights on that?

Yes, with SolrCloud, the security.json file is kept in zookeeeper. 
Almost all of the configuration for SolrCloud is in zookeeper, so it can
affect any server in the cloud.  The only usual exception is solr.xml,
and even that file CAN be in zookeeper.


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