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From hunter morgan <>
Subject Re: flow as code and minify scaling/isolation
Date Fri, 24 Feb 2017 22:18:21 GMT
but what about filesystem access to processors? are those sandboxed?
On Feb 24, 2017, at 4:55 PM, Andrew Grande-2 [via Apache NiFi Developer List] <<>>


I think all processors acting as clients do isolate Kerberos keytabs and
client certificates.

The Kafka situation is a current design limitation of Kafka, not NiFi. The
good news is there's an effort underway to have Kafka not rely on global
singleton config and specify those per connection instead. But this is more
in the Kafka 0.11.x line.


On Fri, Feb 24, 2017, 4:23 PM hunter morgan <[hidden email]<x-msg://2/user/SendEmail.jtp?type=node&node=14965&i=0>>

> thanks for the links.
> i'm thinking that having the option of getting a template out of it or
> running in minifi would be good enough. i was sad to find that the rest api
> didn't seem to be included in minifi, so with it, accessible template
> export. i'm gonna look at that this weekend. glad to have more direction.
> yeah there is an impedance mismatch so far. but the minifi yaml config
> looks
> like the closest official completed work to such a workflow. i have mixed
> feelings about the flow repository stuff that's going on, but that's
> probably because i'm a dev that likes my existing tools (git, vi, cli
> goodness).
> it's hard to provide secure multitenant capability in nifi and isolate
> keytabs/jass/keystores between users, especially when processors use code
> (like kafka clients) that require or document using jvm opts to configure
> global jaas.
> also i think i wasn't joined to the list or something, so i should find out
> quicker next time there's a response.
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