Comment 2 for bug 1784791

Kim, Jinhak (jinhak) wrote :

In a nutshell, I think NetApp Manila drvier should support workgroup authentication without any other security services(LDAP, Active Directory or Kerberos

The steps to reproduce

1. Set manila.conf as below

[cdotMultipleSVM]
network_api_class = manila.network.standalone_network_plugin.StandaloneNetworkPlugin
standalone_network_plugin_allowed_ip_ranges=xxx.xxx.105.100-xxx.xxx.105.254
standalone_network_plugin_ip_version=4
standalone_network_plugin_mask=255.255.255.0
standalone_network_plugin_gateway=xxx.xxx.105.1
share_backend_name=cdotMultipleSVM
share_driver=manila.share.drivers.netapp.common.NetAppDriver
driver_handles_share_servers=True
netapp_storage_family=ontap_cluster
netapp_server_hostname=xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx
netapp_login=admin
netapp_password=Netapp123
netapp_transport_type=http
netapp_server_port=80
netapp_root_volume_aggregate=aggr1_node3
netapp_aggregate_name_search_pattern=^((?!aggr0).)*$

Note) I tried to setup both Standalone Network Plugin and Neutron Network Plugin as well. But, the behavior was same(Failed to create).

2. Create share network
 - share network wasn't specified any security services

3. Create share with CIFS protocol
 - The result was failed to creation. The status was pending

4. When I looked at the FAS management console(System Manager), ensured that SVM, LIFs were created automatically by Manila but CIFS service had not been started.
 - Since I manuallly started CIFS service on FAS in this state, I could create a new share on the same SVM.