So, Shawn, every time zookeeper gets shut down (intentionally or
otherwise), I have to recreate the credentials and permissions via a set
of API calls? Is there some way to have it save and read that stuff
On 03/13/2018 01:51 PM, Shawn Heisey wrote:
> 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.