rgw (luminous) making implicit_tenants backwards compatible.
In jewel, "rgw keystone implicit tenants" only applied to swift. In luminous(,+), it applies to s3 also. Sites that used this feature with jewel now have outstanding data that depends on the old behavior. One proposal to fix this was to expand this option so that it can be set to "none", "all", "s3" or "swift".
#1 Updated by Marcus Watts about 1 year ago
I've made a PR that I beleive will address this.
this is for luminous: I'll need to make what should be a very similar PR for master.
The main complication is that it turns out the code that was in luminous only looked at "rgw keystone implicit tenants" when creating a new shadow user. With this PR, it look at that first to see if it's operating in "split mode" (implicit tenants only enabled for one protocol), and if so, only looks for the kind of shadow user that it would otherwise create.