Reviewed:  https://review.openstack.org/367025
Committed: 
https://git.openstack.org/cgit/openstack/keystone/commit/?id=32328de6e37e1f9f55d563f8a55087dc7d6f46e1
Submitter: Jenkins
Branch:    master

commit 32328de6e37e1f9f55d563f8a55087dc7d6f46e1
Author: Ronald De Rose <ronald.de.r...@intel.com>
Date:   Wed Sep 7 23:51:09 2016 +0000

    Fixes password created_at errors due to the server_default
    
    Migration 002 sets the password created_at column to a TIMESTAMP type
    with a server_default=sql.func.now(). There are a couple problems
    that have been uncovered with this change:
    * We cannot guarantee that func.now() will generate a UTC timestamp.
    * For some older versions of MySQL, the default TIMESTAMP column will
    automatically be updated when other columns are updated:
    https://dev.mysql.com/doc/refman/5.5/en/timestamp-initialization.html
    
    This patch fixes the problem by recreating the password created_at
    column back to a DateTime type without a server_default:
    1) Drop and recreate the created_at column
    2) Update the created_at value
    3) Set the created_at column as not nullable
    
    Closes-Bug: #1621200
    Change-Id: Id5c607a777afb6565d66a336028eba796e3846b2


** Changed in: keystone
       Status: In Progress => Fix Released

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Title:
  password created_at does not honor timezones

Status in OpenStack Identity (keystone):
  Fix Released
Status in OpenStack Identity (keystone) newton series:
  In Progress

Bug description:
  This was initially discovered when running the unit tests for
  migration 002 in a timezone that is UTC+3.

  Migration 002 sets the password created_at column to a TIMESTAMP type
  with a server_default=sql.func.now(). There are a couple problems
  that have been uncovered with this change:
  * We cannot guarantee that func.now() will generate a UTC timestamp.
  * For some older versions of MySQL, the TIMESTAMP column will
  automatically be updated when other columns are updated:
  https://dev.mysql.com/doc/refman/5.5/en/timestamp-initialization.html

  Steps to reproduce:
  1. dpkg-reconfigure tzdata and select there Europe/Moscow (UTC+3).
  2. Restart mysql
  3. Configure opportunistic tests with the following command in mysql:
  GRANT ALL PRIVILEGES ON *.* TO 'openstack_citest' @'%' identified by 
'openstack_citest' WITH GRANT OPTION;
  4. Run 
keystone.tests.unit.identity.backends.test_sql.MySQLOpportunisticIdentityDriverTestCase.test_change_password

  Expected result: test pass

  Actual result:
      Traceback (most recent call last):
        File "keystone/tests/unit/identity/backends/test_base.py", line 255, in 
test_change_password
          self.driver.authenticate(user['id'], new_password)
        File "keystone/identity/backends/sql.py", line 65, in authenticate
          raise AssertionError(_('Invalid user / password'))
      AssertionError: Invalid user / password

  Aside from the test issue, we should be saving all time related data
  in DateTime format instead of TIMESTAMP.

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