Keystone is an OpenStack project that provides Identity, Token, Catalog and Policy services for use specifically by projects in the OpenStack family. This project aim to deploy Keystone service using Docker and can be upgraded easily.
For the impatient, I simplify some boring step using
1. Build the image
git clone https://github.com/int32bit/docker-keystone.git cd docker-keystone make
2. Start The Keystone Service
You can use
make log to track log and
make exec to enter instance context using shell.
3. Remove Keytone container
How to use this image
Openstack Keystone Service uses an SQL database(default sqlite) to store data. The official recommends use MariaDB or MySQL.
docker run -d -e MYSQL_ROOT_PASSWORD=MYSQL_DBPASS -h mysql --name some-mysql -d mariadb
Start your Keystone Service :
docker run --name some-keystone --hostname controller -e ADMIN_PASSWORD=nomoresecret --link some-mysql:mysql -p 5000:5000 -p 35357:35357 -d openstack-keystone
The following environment variables should be change according to your practice.
-e MYSQL\_ROOT\_PASSWORD=...: Defaults to the value of the
MYSQL\_ROOT\_PASSWORDenvironment variable from the linked mysql container.
-e MYSQL\_HOST=...: If you use an external database, specify the address of the database. Defautls to "mysql".
It may takes seconds to do some initial work, you can use
docker logs to detect the progress. Once the Openstck Keystone Service is started, you can verify operation of the Identity service as follows:
docker exec -t -i keystone bash cd /root source openrc openstack user list
Before you create a Keystone Service, you can adjust the additional configuration of the Openstack Keystone Service by passing one or more environment variables on the docker run command line.
ADMIN\_TOKEN: defaults to "ADMIN_TOKEN"
-e ADMIN\_TENANT\_NAME=...: Defaults to "admin".
-e ADMIN\_USER\_NAME=...: Defaults to "admin".
-e ADMIN\_PASSWORD=...: Defaults to "ADMIN_PASS".
-e ADMIN\_EMAIL=...: Defaults to "firstname.lastname@example.org".