Sounds this should be invalid. It picks up if the option is required or
not, and prints valid output when the user id is garbage
** Changed in: keystone
Status: New => Invalid
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keystone-manage fernet_setup fails silently
Status in OpenStack Identity (keystone):
This from the Newton build openstack-
I created a /etc/keystone/fernet-keys directory with 775 permissions
and tried to run keystone-manage fernet_setup:
[root@newton1 fernet-keys]# keystone-manage fernet_setup
[-h] --keystone-user KEYSTONE_USER --keystone-group KEYSTONE_GROUP
fernet_setup: error: argument --keystone-user is required
Two issues, the first is that it's asking for a --keystone-user, and
--keystone-group switch, which is probably not meant to be required switches
for this command.
If I supply some value for these switches, the command executes but
does nothing (does not generate startup keys in the directory). I am
unable to testout fernet tokens.
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