The following settings are tunable for the Controller component.
The following etcd keys are set by the controller component, typically in its /bin/boot script.
|/deis/controller/host||IP address of the host running controller|
|/deis/controller/port||port used by the controller service (default: 8000)|
|/deis/controller/protocol||protocol for controller (default: http)|
|/deis/controller/secretKey||used for secrets (default: randomly generated)|
|/deis/controller/builderKey||used by builder to authenticate with the controller (default: randomly generated)|
|/deis/controller/unitHostname||See Unit hostname. (default: “default”)|
|/deis/builder/users/*||stores user SSH keys (used by builder)|
|/deis/domains/*||domain configuration for applications (used by router)|
|/deis/logs/host||IP address of the host running logger|
The following etcd keys are used by the controller component.
|/deis/controller/registrationMode||set registration to “enabled”, “disabled”, or “admin_only” (default: “enabled”)|
|/deis/controller/subdomain||subdomain used by the router for API requests (default: “deis”)|
|/deis/controller/webEnabled||enable controller web UI (default: 0)|
|/deis/controller/workers||number of web worker processes (default: CPU cores * 2 + 1)|
|/deis/database/host||host of the database component (set by database)|
|/deis/database/port||port of the database component (set by database)|
|/deis/database/engine||database engine (set by database)|
|/deis/database/name||database name (set by database)|
|/deis/database/user||database user (set by database)|
|/deis/database/password||database password (set by database)|
|/deis/registry/host||host of the registry component (set by registry)|
|/deis/registry/port||port of the registry component (set by registry)|
|/deis/registry/protocol||protocol of the registry component (set by registry)|
You can use a custom Docker image for the controller component instead of the image supplied with Deis:
$ deisctl config controller set image=myaccount/myimage:latest
This will pull the image from the public Docker registry. You can also pull from a private registry:
$ deisctl config controller set image=registry.mydomain.org:5000/myaccount/myimage:latest
Be sure that your custom image functions in the same way as the stock controller image shipped with Deis. Specifically, ensure that it sets and reads appropriate etcd keys.
Per default, Docker automatically generates a hostname for your application unit, such as:
5c149b397cd6. Auto generated hostnames is not always preferred. For instance,
New Relic would classify each Docker container as an unique server since they use hostname
for grouping applications running on the same server together.
Deis supports configuring hostname assignment through the
You can change the assignment solution using the following command:
$ deisctl config controller set unitHostname=application
unitHostname values are:
/deis/controller/unitHostname requires either pushing a new build to
every application or scaling them down and up.
The change is only detected when a container unit is deployed.
By default, anybody can register a user with the Deis controller. However, this is often undesirable from a security point of view.
Deis supports configuring the registration mode through the
|enabled||Default. Anybody can register a user with the controller.|
|disabled||Nobody can register a user with the controller.|
|admin_only||Only admins can register a user with the controller.|
This will set the registration mode to admin_only.
$ deisctl config controller set registrationMode="admin_only"
The Deis controller supports Single Sign On access control, for now Deis is able to authenticate using LDAP or Active Directory.
|/deis/controller/auth/ldap/endpoint||The full LDAP endpoint. (Ex.: ldap://ldap.company.com)|
|/deis/controller/auth/ldap/bind/dn||Full user for bind. (Ex.: firstname.lastname@example.org. For Anonymous bind leave blank)|
|/deis/controller/auth/ldap/bind/password||Password of the user for bind. (For anonymous bind leave blank)|
|/deis/controller/auth/ldap/user/basedn||The BASE DN where your LDAP Users are placed. (Ex.: OU=TeamX,DC=Company,DC=com)|
|/deis/controller/auth/ldap/user/filter||The field that we will match with username of Deis. (In most cases is uuid, AD uses sAMAccountName)|
|/deis/controller/auth/ldap/group/basedn||The BASE DN where the groups of your LDAP are are located. (Ex.: OU=Groups,OU=TeamX,DC=Company,DC=com)|
|/deis/controller/auth/ldap/group/filter||The field that we will locate your groups with LDAPSearch. (In most cases is objectClass)|
|/deis/controller/auth/ldap/group/type||The Groups type of LDAP. (Use groupOfNames if you don’t know)|
It’s important that you register the first user of the default auth in order to have an admin ( see Register a User ) without this you don’t have any deis admin because LDAP users haven’t this permission, you will need to set this later. After this you need to disable the registration ( see Disabling user registration ) avoiding that “ghost” users register and access your Deis. The auth model of controller by default allows multiple source auths so LDAP and non-LDAP users will be able to login.
$ deisctl config controller set auth/ldap/endpoint=<ldap-endpoint> $ deisctl config controller set auth/ldap/bind/dn=<bind-dn-full-user> $ deisctl config controller set auth/ldap/bind/password=<bind-dn-user-password> $ deisctl config controller set auth/ldap/user/basedn=<user-base-dn> $ deisctl config controller set auth/ldap/user/filter=<user-filter> $ deisctl config controller set auth/ldap/group/basedn=<group-base-dn> $ deisctl config controller set auth/ldap/group/filter=<group-filter> $ deisctl config controller set auth/ldap/group/type=<group-type>
You can set a LDAP user as admin by using
deis perms:create <LDAP User> --admin with the admin created before.
LDAP support was contributed by community member Pedro Spagiari (@phspagiari) and is unsupported by the Deis core team.