Re: When to use the auth profiles simple-rados-client and profile simple-rados-client-with-blocklist?

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Hello Christian,

On Tue, Aug 22, 2023 at 7:51 AM Christian Rohmann
<christian.rohmann@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Hey ceph-users,
> 1) When configuring Gnocchi to use Ceph storage (see
> I was wondering if one could use any of the auth profiles like
>   * simple-rados-client
>   * simple-rados-client-with-blocklist ?
> Or are those for different use cases?
> 2) I was also wondering why the documentation mentions "(Monitor only)"
> but then it says
> "Gives a user read-only permissions for monitor, OSD, and PG data."?
> 3) And are those profiles really for "read-only" users? Why don't they
> have "read-only" in their name like the rbd and the corresponding
> "rbd-read-only" profile?

I don't know anything about Gnocchi (except the food) but to answer
the question in $SUBJECT:

You would want to use the simple-rados-client-with-blocklist profile
for a libcephsqlite application.

Patrick Donnelly, Ph.D.
He / Him / His
Red Hat Partner Engineer
IBM, Inc.
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