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From Michael Hanl <h...@ids-mannheim.de>
Subject AW: PasswordAuthenticator
Date Thu, 06 Jun 2013 06:13:14 GMT
That's the thing. I don't. Whereas the column families et successfully created, the user is
not. And no, I don't have any of those messages in my logs. I checked a couple of times while
restarting the nodes.

Greetings
Michael Hanl

Michal Michalski <michalm@opera.com> schrieb:

>Don't you have a default "cassandra" user in system_auth.users?
>
>cqlsh> SELECT * from system_auth.users ;
>
>  name      | super
>-----------+-------
>  cassandra |  True
>
>It should be created on startup and you should see this in your logs:
>
>"PasswordAuthenticator created default user cassandra"
>
>However, if it fails, you should see this:
>
>"Skipped default superuser setup: some nodes were not ready"
>
>Do you have any of these messages in your log?
>
>M.
>
>W dniu 05.06.2013 17:19, Michael Hanl pisze:
>> Hello,
>>
>> Based on several examples online I was trying to use the
>> PasswordAuthenticator on our project nodes.
>> Although setting it up with the version 1.2.5 of cassandra was not that
>> difficult, I cannot seem to get access neither in cqlsh nor in the CLI.
>> Having a look at the filesystem and the schema tables (nodetool) that
>> the respective column families have been created with the startup of
>> cassandra, but there is no default user, which of course I need to setup
>> my own users.
>>
>> I tried several repairs with the nodetool already, but obviously when
>> there are no data in the column family, repair is kind of useless.
>>
>> I hope someone has an idea (besides writing my own authentiction
>> interface implementation).
>>
>>
>> Kind regards,
>>
>> Michael Hanl
>
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