> Le 30 juin 2017 à 23:25, Ondra Machacek <omach...@redhat.com> a écrit :
> 
> On Thu, Jun 29, 2017 at 5:16 PM, Fabrice Bacchella
> <fabrice.bacche...@orange.fr> wrote:
>> 
>>> Le 29 juin 2017 à 14:42, Fabrice Bacchella <fabrice.bacche...@orange.fr> a 
>>> écrit :
>>> 
>>> 
>>>> Le 29 juin 2017 à 13:41, Ondra Machacek <omach...@redhat.com> a écrit :
>>>> 
>>>> How do you login? Do you use webadmin or API/SDK, if using SDK, don't
>>>> you use kerberos=True?
>>> 
>>> Ok, got it.
>>> It's tested with the sdk, using kerberos. But Kerberos authentication is 
>>> done in Apache and I configure a profile for that, so I needed to add: 
>>> config.artifact.arg = X-Remote-User in my 
>>> /etc/ovirt-engine/extensions.d/MyProfile.authn.properties. But this is 
>>> missing from internal-authn.properties. So rexecutor@internal  is checked 
>>> with my profil, and not found. But as the internal profil don't know about 
>>> X-Remote-User, it can't check the user and fails silently. That's why I'm 
>>> getting only one line. Perhaps the log line should have said the extensions 
>>> name that was failing, not the generic "External Authentication" that 
>>> did'nt caught my eye.
>>> 
>>> I will check that as soon as I have a few minutes to spare and tell you.
>> 
>> I'm starting to understand. I need two authn modules, both using 
>> org.ovirt.engineextensions.aaa.misc.http.AuthnExtension but with a different 
>> authz.plugin. Is that possible ? If I do what, in what order the different 
>> Authn will be tried ? Are they all tried until one succeed  both authn and 
>> authz ?
>> 
> 
> Yes you can have multiple authn profiles and it tries to login until
> one succeed:
> 
> https://github.com/oVirt/ovirt-engine/blob/de46aa78f3117cbe436ab10926ac0c23fcdd7cfc/backend/manager/modules/aaa/src/main/java/org/ovirt/engine/core/aaa/filters/NegotiationFilter.java#L125
> 
> The order isn't guaranteed, but I think it's not important, or is it for you?

I'm not sure. As I need two 
org.ovirt.engineextensions.aaa.misc.http.AuthnExtension, the authentication 
will always succeed. It's the auhtz that fails as user as either in one backend 
or the other. So if ExtMap output = profile.getAuthn().invoke(..) calls the 
authz part I will be fine.


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