I checked the documentation of elasticsearch:7.x but still didn't find the way how I can force the python
ES package to use my kerberos token.
I can reach the
ES through a browser,
curl --negotiate -u ) and
requests_kerberos ( with mutual
OPTIONAL config ) but with the
python-es package calling a simple
es.cat.health() I get
My questions are:
- Where was I wrong? What did I miss?
- Is it even possible to force the ES python lib to use kerberos or does it work under the hood?
Thanks in advance.
It seems We've found a solution, but basically not from the docs.
I've read in the doc about the
Elasticsearch object can receive
http_auth input, but unfortunately I didn't find what it exactly waits for.
So, you can force the
Elasticsearch to use the
HTTPKerberosAuth class from the
requests_kerberos lib in same way as you can use that for a simple get request >
es = Elasticsearch(<host>, http_auth=HTTPKerberosAuth(mutual_authentication=OPTIONAL))
It works well, but any other suggestions, knowledge share or comments are welcomed.
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