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package gophercloud
AuthOptions stores information needed to authenticate to an OpenStack cluster.
You can populate one manually, or use a provider's AuthOptionsFromEnv() function
to read relevant information from the standard environment variables. Pass one
to a provider's AuthenticatedClient function to authenticate and obtain a
ProviderClient representing an active session on that provider.
Its fields are the union of those recognized by each identity implementation and
type AuthOptions struct {
// IdentityEndpoint specifies the HTTP endpoint that is required to work with
// the Identity API of the appropriate version. While it's ultimately needed by
// all of the identity services, it will often be populated by a provider-level
// function.
IdentityEndpoint string
// Username is required if using Identity V2 API. Consult with your provider's
// control panel to discover your account's username. In Identity V3, either
// UserID or a combination of Username and DomainID or DomainName are needed.
Username, UserID string
// Exactly one of Password or APIKey is required for the Identity V2 and V3
// APIs. Consult with your provider's control panel to discover your account's
// preferred method of authentication.
Password, APIKey string
// At most one of DomainID and DomainName must be provided if using Username
// with Identity V3. Otherwise, either are optional.
DomainID, DomainName string
// The TenantID and TenantName fields are optional for the Identity V2 API.
// Some providers allow you to specify a TenantName instead of the TenantId.
// Some require both. Your provider's authentication policies will determine
// how these fields influence authentication.
TenantID, TenantName string
// AllowReauth should be set to true if you grant permission for Gophercloud to
// cache your credentials in memory, and to allow Gophercloud to attempt to
// re-authenticate automatically if/when your token expires. If you set it to
// false, it will not cache these settings, but re-authentication will not be
// possible. This setting defaults to false.
// NOTE: The reauth function will try to re-authenticate endlessly if left unchecked.
// The way to limit the number of attempts is to provide a custom HTTP client to the provider client
// and provide a transport that implements the RoundTripper interface and stores the number of failed retries.
// For an example of this, see here:
AllowReauth bool
// TokenID allows users to authenticate (possibly as another user) with an
// authentication token ID.
TokenID string
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