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Overview#

Docker image packaging for config-api.

Versions#

See Releases for stable versions. For bleeding-edge/unstable version, use janssenproject/config-api:1.0.1_dev.

Environment Variables#

The following environment variables are supported by the container:

  • CN_CONFIG_ADAPTER: The config backend adapter, can be consul (default), kubernetes, google, or aws.
  • CN_CONFIG_CONSUL_HOST: hostname or IP of Consul (default to localhost).
  • CN_CONFIG_CONSUL_PORT: port of Consul (default to 8500).
  • CN_CONFIG_CONSUL_CONSISTENCY: Consul consistency mode (choose one of default, consistent, or stale). Default to stale mode.
  • CN_CONFIG_CONSUL_SCHEME: supported Consul scheme (http or https).
  • CN_CONFIG_CONSUL_VERIFY: whether to verify cert or not (default to false).
  • CN_CONFIG_CONSUL_CACERT_FILE: path to Consul CA cert file (default to /etc/certs/consul_ca.crt). This file will be used if it exists and CN_CONFIG_CONSUL_VERIFY set to true.
  • CN_CONFIG_CONSUL_CERT_FILE: path to Consul cert file (default to /etc/certs/consul_client.crt).
  • CN_CONFIG_CONSUL_KEY_FILE: path to Consul key file (default to /etc/certs/consul_client.key).
  • CN_CONFIG_CONSUL_TOKEN_FILE: path to file contains ACL token (default to /etc/certs/consul_token).
  • CN_CONFIG_KUBERNETES_NAMESPACE: Kubernetes namespace (default to default).
  • CN_CONFIG_KUBERNETES_CONFIGMAP: Kubernetes configmaps name (default to jans).
  • CN_CONFIG_KUBERNETES_USE_KUBE_CONFIG: Load credentials from $HOME/.kube/config, only useful for non-container environment (default to false).
  • CN_CONFIG_GOOGLE_SECRET_VERSION_ID: Janssen configuration secret version ID in Google Secret Manager. Defaults to latest, which is recommended.
  • CN_CONFIG_GOOGLE_SECRET_NAME_PREFIX: Prefix for Janssen configuration secret in Google Secret Manager. Defaults to jans. If left intact jans-configuration secret will be created.
  • CN_SECRET_ADAPTER: The secrets' adapter, can be vault, kubernetes, google, or aws.
  • CN_SECRET_VAULT_SCHEME: supported Vault scheme (http or https).
  • CN_SECRET_VAULT_HOST: hostname or IP of Vault (default to localhost).
  • CN_SECRET_VAULT_PORT: port of Vault (default to 8200).
  • CN_SECRET_VAULT_VERIFY: whether to verify cert or not (default to false).
  • CN_SECRET_VAULT_ROLE_ID_FILE: path to file contains Vault AppRole role ID (default to /etc/certs/vault_role_id).
  • CN_SECRET_VAULT_SECRET_ID_FILE: path to file contains Vault AppRole secret ID (default to /etc/certs/vault_secret_id).
  • CN_SECRET_VAULT_CERT_FILE: path to Vault cert file (default to /etc/certs/vault_client.crt).
  • CN_SECRET_VAULT_KEY_FILE: path to Vault key file (default to /etc/certs/vault_client.key).
  • CN_SECRET_VAULT_CACERT_FILE: path to Vault CA cert file (default to /etc/certs/vault_ca.crt). This file will be used if it exists and CN_SECRET_VAULT_VERIFY set to true.
  • CN_SECRET_KUBERNETES_NAMESPACE: Kubernetes namespace (default to default).
  • CN_SECRET_KUBERNETES_SECRET: Kubernetes secrets name (default to jans).
  • CN_SECRET_KUBERNETES_USE_KUBE_CONFIG: Load credentials from $HOME/.kube/config, only useful for non-container environment (default to false).
  • CN_SECRET_GOOGLE_SECRET_VERSION_ID: Janssen secret version ID in Google Secret Manager. Defaults to latest, which is recommended.
  • CN_SECRET_GOOGLE_SECRET_MANAGER_PASSPHRASE: Passphrase for Janssen secret in Google Secret Manager. This is recommended to be changed and defaults to secret.
  • CN_SECRET_GOOGLE_SECRET_NAME_PREFIX: Prefix for Janssen secret in Google Secret Manager. Defaults to jans. If left jans-secret secret will be created.
  • CN_WAIT_MAX_TIME: How long the startup "health checks" should run (default to 300 seconds).
  • CN_WAIT_SLEEP_DURATION: Delay between startup "health checks" (default to 10 seconds).
  • CN_MAX_RAM_PERCENTAGE: Value passed to Java option -XX:MaxRAMPercentage.
  • CN_PERSISTENCE_TYPE: Persistence backend being used (one of ldap, couchbase, sql, spanner, or hybrid; default to ldap).
  • CN_HYBRID_MAPPING: Specify data mapping for each persistence (default to "{}"). Note this environment only takes effect when CN_PERSISTENCE_TYPE is set to hybrid. See hybrid mapping section for details.
  • CN_LDAP_URL: Address and port of LDAP server (default to localhost:1636).
  • CN_LDAP_USE_SSL: Whether to use SSL connection to LDAP server (default to true).
  • CN_COUCHBASE_URL: Address of Couchbase server (default to localhost).
  • CN_COUCHBASE_USER: Username of Couchbase server (default to admin).
  • CN_COUCHBASE_CERT_FILE: Couchbase root certificate location (default to /etc/certs/couchbase.crt).
  • CN_COUCHBASE_PASSWORD_FILE: Path to file contains Couchbase password (default to /etc/jans/conf/couchbase_password).
  • CN_COUCHBASE_CONN_TIMEOUT: Connect timeout used when a bucket is opened (default to 10000 milliseconds).
  • CN_COUCHBASE_CONN_MAX_WAIT: Maximum time to wait before retrying connection (default to 20000 milliseconds).
  • CN_COUCHBASE_SCAN_CONSISTENCY: Default scan consistency; one of not_bounded, request_plus, or statement_plus (default to not_bounded).
  • CN_COUCHBASE_BUCKET_PREFIX: Prefix for Couchbase buckets (default to jans).
  • CN_COUCHBASE_TRUSTSTORE_ENABLE: Enable truststore for encrypted Couchbase connection (default to true).
  • CN_COUCHBASE_KEEPALIVE_INTERVAL: Keep-alive interval for Couchbase connection (default to 30000 milliseconds).
  • CN_COUCHBASE_KEEPALIVE_TIMEOUT: Keep-alive timeout for Couchbase connection (default to 2500 milliseconds).
  • CN_JAVA_OPTIONS: Java options passed to entrypoint, i.e. -Xmx1024m (default to empty-string).
  • CN_CONFIG_API_LOG_LEVEL: Log level for config api. Options include OFF, FATAL, ERROR, WARN, INFO, DEBUG, TRACE. and ALL. This defaults to INFO
  • CN_AUTH_SERVER_URL: Base URL of Janssen Auth server, i.e. auth-server:8080 (default to empty string).
  • GOOGLE_PROJECT_ID: Google Project ID (default to empty string). Used when CN_CONFIG_ADAPTER or CN_SECRET_ADAPTER set to google.
  • GOOGLE_APPLICATION_CREDENTIALS: Path to Google credentials JSON file (default to /etc/jans/conf/google-credentials.json). Used when CN_CONFIG_ADAPTER or CN_SECRET_ADAPTER set to google.
  • CN_GOOGLE_SPANNER_INSTANCE_ID: Google Spanner instance ID.
  • CN_GOOGLE_SPANNER_DATABASE_ID: Google Spanner database ID.
  • CN_CONFIG_API_APP_LOGGERS: Custom logging configuration in JSON-string format with hash type (see Configure app loggers section for details).
  • CN_CONFIG_API_PLUGINS: Comma-separated plugin names that should be enabled (available plugins are admin-ui, scim, fido2, and user-mgt). Note that unknown plugin name will be ignored.
  • CN_TOKEN_SERVER_CERT_FILE: Path to token server certificate (default to /etc/certs/token_server.crt).
  • CN_TOKEN_SERVER_BASE_HOSTNAME: Hostname of token server (default to empty string).
  • CN_ADMIN_UI_PLUGIN_LOGGERS: Custom logging configuration for AdminUI plugin in JSON-string format with hash type (see Configure plugin loggers section for details).
  • CN_PROMETHEUS_PORT: Port used by Prometheus JMX agent (default to empty string). To enable Prometheus JMX agent, set the value to a number. See Exposing metrics for details.
  • CN_SQL_DB_HOST: Hostname of the SQL database (default to localhost).
  • CN_SQL_DB_PORT: Port of the SQL database (default to 3306 for MySQL).
  • CN_SQL_DB_NAME: SQL database name (default to jans).
  • CN_SQL_DB_USER: User name to access the SQL database (default to jans).
  • CN_SQL_DB_DIALECT: Dialect name of the SQL (mysql for MySQL or pgsql for PostgreSQL; default to mysql).
  • CN_SQL_DB_TIMEZONE: Timezone used by the SQL database (default to UTC).
  • CN_SQL_DB_SCHEMA: Schema name used by SQL database (default to empty-string; if using MySQL, the schema name will be resolved as the database name, whereas in PostgreSQL the schema name will be resolved as "public").
  • CN_AWS_SECRETS_ENDPOINT_URL: The URL of AWS secretsmanager service (if omitted, will use the one in specified region).
  • CN_AWS_SECRETS_PREFIX: The prefix name of the secrets (default to jans).
  • CN_AWS_SECRETS_REPLICA_FILE: The location of file contains replica regions definition (if any). This file is mostly used in primary region. Example of contents of the file: [{"Region": "us-west-1"}].
  • AWS_DEFAULT_REGION: The default AWS Region to use, for example, us-west-1 or us-west-2.
  • AWS_SHARED_CREDENTIALS_FILE: The location of the shared credentials file used by the client (see https://docs.aws.amazon.com/cli/latest/userguide/cli-configure-files.html).
  • AWS_CONFIG_FILE: The location of the config file used by the client (see https://docs.aws.amazon.com/cli/latest/userguide/cli-configure-files.html).
  • AWS_PROFILE: The default profile to use, if any.

Configure app loggers#

App loggers can be configured to define where the logs will be redirected and what is the level the logs should be displayed.

Supported redirect target:

  • STDOUT
  • FILE

Supported level:

  • FATAL
  • ERROR
  • WARN
  • INFO
  • DEBUG
  • TRACE

The following key-value pairs are the defaults:

{
    "config_api_log_target": "STDOUT",
    "config_api_log_level": "INFO",
    "persistence_log_target": "FILE",
    "persistence_log_level": "INFO",
    "persistence_duration_log_target": "FILE",
    "persistence_duration_log_level": "INFO",
    "ldap_stats_log_target": "FILE",
    "ldap_stats_log_level": "INFO",
    "script_log_target": "FILE",
    "script_log_level": "INFO",
    "audit_log_target": "FILE",
    "audit_log_level": "INFO"
}

To enable prefix on STDOUT logging, set the enable_stdout_log_prefix key. Example:

{"config_api_log_target":"STDOUT","script_log_target":"STDOUT","enable_stdout_log_prefix":true}

Configure plugin loggers#

Plugin loggers can be configured to define where the logs will be redirected and what is the level the logs should be displayed.

Supported redirect target:

  • STDOUT
  • FILE

Supported level:

  • FATAL
  • ERROR
  • WARN
  • INFO
  • DEBUG
  • TRACE

The following key-value pairs are the defaults:

{
    "admin_ui_log_target": "FILE",
    "admin_ui_log_level": "INFO",
    "admin_ui_audit_log_target": "FILE",
    "admin_ui_audit_log_level": "INFO"
}

To enable prefix on STDOUT logging, set the enable_stdout_log_prefix key. Example:

{"admin_ui_log_target":"STDOUT","enable_stdout_log_prefix":true}

Hybrid mapping#

As per v1.0.1, hybrid persistence supports all available persistence types. To configure hybrid persistence and its data mapping, follow steps below:

  1. Set CN_PERSISTENCE_TYPE environment variable to hybrid

  2. Set CN_HYBRID_MAPPING with the following format:

    {
        "default": "<couchbase|ldap|spanner|sql>",
        "user": "<couchbase|ldap|spanner|sql>",
        "site": "<couchbase|ldap|spanner|sql>",
        "cache": "<couchbase|ldap|spanner|sql>",
        "token": "<couchbase|ldap|spanner|sql>",
        "session": "<couchbase|ldap|spanner|sql>",
    }
    

    Example:

    {
        "default": "sql",
        "user": "spanner",
        "site": "ldap",
        "cache": "sql",
        "token": "couchbase",
        "session": "spanner",
    }
    

Exposing metrics#

As per v1.0.1, certain metrics can be exposed via Prometheus JMX exporter. To expose the metrics, set the CN_PROMETHEUS_PORT environment variable, i.e. CN_PROMETHEUS_PORT=9093. Afterwards, metrics can be scraped by Prometheus or accessed manually by making request to /metrics URL, i.e. http://container:9093/metrics.

Note that Prometheus JMX exporter uses pre-defined config file (see conf/prometheus-config.yaml). To customize the config, mount custom config file to /opt/prometheus/prometheus-config.yaml inside the container.


Last update: 2023-01-03
Created: 2021-11-26