Lcmaps plugin to switch user identity based on voms credentials by local accounts
lcmaps_voms_localaccount.mod [-gridmapfile gridmapfile] [--add-primary-gid-from-mapped-account] [--do-not-add-primary-gid-from-mapped-account] [--add-primary-gid-as-secondary-gid-from-mapped-account] [--add-secondary-gids-from-mapped-account] [-use_voms_gid|-use-voms-gid]
This VOMS localaccount acquisition plugin is a 'VOMS-aware' modification of the lcmaps_localaccount.mod.8 plugin. The plugin tries to find a local account (more specifically a UserID) based on the VOMS information that has available from the LCMAPS, in particular the Fully Qualified Attribute Names (FQAN).
The VOMS credentials need to be available from the LCMAPS framework.
This file must contain FQANs to (local) user account names. If this option is set, it will override the default path of the gridmapfile. It is advised to use an absolute path to the gridmapfile to avoid usage of the wrong file(path).
After the account is mapped, add the primary Group ID from the passwd-file/LDAP of the mapped account as a part of the mapping result. Default is to not add the primary Group ID.
After the account is mapped, explicitly avoid adding the primary Group ID from the passwd-file/LDAP of the mapped account as a part of the mapping result.. Default is to not add the primary Group ID.
After the account is mapped, add the primary Group ID from the passwd-file/LDAP of the mapped account as a secondary Group ID as a part of the mapping result.
After the account is mapped, add the secondary Group ID from the groups-file/LDAP of the mapped account as a secondary Group ID(s) as a part of the mapping result.
Warning: Default enabled! Switching this on will disable the automatic inclusion of the primary Group ID and secondary Group ID(s) of the mapped account as a part of the mapping result. We advise to switch this option on by default.
Since version 1.6.0 the voms_localaccount plugin supports grid-mapfile entries with multiple usernames, separated by a comma without whitespace. This can be used in combination with specifying a requested username (such as by gsissh), to pick any of these accounts. When no requested username is specified, the first is used. This requires LCMAPS version 1.6.0 or newer.
Please report any errors to the Nikhef Grid Middleware Security Team <[email protected]>.
LCMAPS and the LCMAPS plug-ins were written by the Grid Middleware Security Team <[email protected]>.