tickets | 27 Apr 23:47 2012

[Puppet - Bug #14232] (Unreviewed) Should be able to pass allow_dns_alt_names to api

Issue #14232 has been reported by Cody Herriges.

Bug #14232: Should be able to pass allow_dns_alt_names to api

  • Author: Cody Herriges
  • Status: Unreviewed
  • Priority: Normal
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You currently can’t sign a certificate over the REST API if it has dns_alt_names since you are unable to pass the needed option. The only item the current api seems to care about in the pson encoded data as part of the PUT is desired_state.

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tickets | 3 May 20:59 2012

[Puppet - Bug #14232] (Needs Decision) Should be able to pass allow_dns_alt_names to api

Issue #14232 has been updated by Daniel Pittman.
  • Category set to sites
  • Status changed from Unreviewed to Needs Decision
  • Assignee set to Daniel Sauble
  • Target version set to Waldorf

Daniel, seems like this is in your area to work out.

Bug #14232: Should be able to pass allow_dns_alt_names to api

  • Author: Cody Herriges
  • Status: Needs Decision
  • Priority: Normal
  • Assignee: Daniel Sauble
  • Category: sites
  • Target version: Waldorf
  • Affected Puppet version:
  • Keywords:
  • Branch:

You currently can’t sign a certificate over the REST API if it has dns_alt_names since you are unable to pass the needed option. The only item the current api seems to care about in the pson encoded data as part of the PUT is desired_state.

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tickets | 16 May 00:31 2012

[Puppet - Bug #14232] (Accepted) Should be able to pass allow_dns_alt_names to api

Issue #14232 has been updated by Daniel Sauble.
  • Status changed from Needs Decision to Accepted
  • Assignee changed from Daniel Sauble to Daniel Pittman

I have no problem with this. Nodes are uniquely identified by their certname, not their DNS name(s). So, from the perspective of Sites, I don’t care if a node has several DNS names. However, because we allow —dns_alt_names to be specified on the command line, we should allow the same option to be specified over the REST API.

Bug #14232: Should be able to pass allow_dns_alt_names to api

  • Author: Cody Herriges
  • Status: Accepted
  • Priority: Normal
  • Assignee: Daniel Pittman
  • Category: sites
  • Target version: Waldorf
  • Affected Puppet version:
  • Keywords:
  • Branch:

You currently can’t sign a certificate over the REST API if it has dns_alt_names since you are unable to pass the needed option. The only item the current api seems to care about in the pson encoded data as part of the PUT is desired_state.

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