wazo_auth [-d] [--user <user>] --config <path/to/config/file>
-d: Starts wazo-auth in debug mode
--user: Specify the OS user to use
--config: Path to the configuration file
The wazoplatform/wazo-auth image can be built using the following command:
% docker build -t wazoplatform/wazo-auth .
To run wazo-auth in docker, use the following commands:
% docker run -p 9497:9497 -v /conf/wazo-auth:/etc/wazo-auth/conf.d/ -it wazoplatform/wazo-auth bash % wazo-auth [-df] [-u <user>] [-c <path/to/config/file>]
The wazoplatform/wazo-auth-db image can be built using the following command:
% docker build -f contribs/docker/Dockerfile-db -t wazoplatform/wazo-auth-db .
In order to be able to create users, groups and policies you have to be authenticated. The bootstrap process allows the administrator to create a first user with the necessary rights to be able to add other users.
To be able to bootstrap wazo-auth, you will have to enable the init plugin and create a key file in
wazo-auth's HOME directory. This can be done using the
wazo-auth-bootstrap setup && systemctl restart wazo-auth
Once wazo-auth is ready to be bootstraped, calling the init resource with a username, password and
the content of the key file will create a new user. The username and password can then be used to create
a token with the
auth.# acl. This can be done using the
This script will create a configuration file named
containing all necessary information to be used from the
To test wazo-auth with ab
apt update && apt install apache2-utils
Running the tests
ab -n1000 -c25 -A 'alice:alice' -T 'application/json' "https://localhost:9497/0.1/token"
This line will start 25 process creating 1000 tokens with the username and password alice alice
The default config is /etc/wazo-auth/config.yml, you could override in /etc/wazo-auth/conf.d/
To enable the users registration (/users/register) API endpoint, add a file containing the following lines to the /etc/wazo-auth/conf.d directory and restart wazo-auth
enabled_http_plugins: user_registration: true