There have been a few questions regarding PKI tokens and their testing in the Openstack code base. Here are the steps:
The Revocation code made the cut to Folsom 3, but the fix to make the request for the revocation list as admin did not. If the PKI token test fails with 401s it is probably due to the request for the revocation list being denied by Keystone. This is a known issue, and disregard the failure for now, as the fix is committed upstream, but not in the Fedora RPMS yet. Thus, your best bet to test is still devstack.
To check that is has been merged, look in the Keystone config file under the section
you should see a commented out value:
[signing] #token_format = PKI
To activate the PKI tokens, uncomment this value and restart Keystone.
As an aside, if you with to disable PKI tokens, change the value to
[signing] token_format = UUID
When you run keystone token-get, the tokens should now be several lines long.
By default, the services like glance, nova, and the like store their cached version of certificates etc in ~/keystone-signing/. I tend to test against glance so after running
you will see:
$ ls ~/keystone-signing/ cacert.pem revoked.pem signing_cert.pem
To modify the place that these files get saved, to put them in the more correct location of /var/cache, create a directory /var/cache/$USER where $USER is glance, etc. Modify the config file for the appropriate service to set:
[signing] signing_dir = /var/cache/glance
This should also test Alan Pevec’s change that configuration should be read from the paste-config file of the application, as opposed to Keystone’s config file.