[Gluster-users] auth.allow doesn't seem to work
lemonnierk at ulrar.net
Fri Sep 23 10:06:24 UTC 2016
Using GlusterFS 3.7.15 on Debian 8 I'm trying to limit access using auth.allow on my volume.
I have 3 nodes in replication with both a public interface and a private interface on each.
Gluster uses the private IPs to communicate, but I noticed it was possible to mount the volume
from the internet (that's bad ..) so I googled a bit. auth.allow, if I understand it correctly,
should allow me to limit access of the volume to a list of IPs, is that correct ?
I ran gluster volume set VMs auth.allow 10.10.0.* and it said success (it does appear in the info),
but I can still mount the volume from the internet. It works only using NFS because using fuse it's
trying to use the private adresses, which won't work on the internet, but it still gets the volume
config and the nodes names anyway.
Should I do something specific after setting auth.allow ?
Here is the volume info :
Volume Name: VMs
Volume ID: d0ee13f2-055c-4f37-9c75-527d5e86b78d
Number of Bricks: 1 x 3 = 3
PGP Fingerprint : 89A5 2283 04A0 E6E9 0111
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