This page is out of date but may contain useful information. Please see JWT configuration for current JWT instructions.
This page links to recipes for using JWT-derived token authentication.
- HTCondor IDTOKENS authentication between Factories, VOFrontends and glideins running on CEs
- SCITOKENS authentication between Factory Schedds and HTCondor CE daemons
Requirements for Token Authorization
|GWMS Factory Version >= 3.7.3||The Factory can be either a fresh install from yum/RPM or a yum upgrade, as long as it meets the version requirements.|
|GWMS Frontend Version >= 3.7.3||The Frontend, like the Factory, can be made to meet version requirements via either a fresh install or upgrade.|
|HTCondor Version >= 8.9.11||HTCondor that the Frontend uses must be a token supporting release. The HTCondor tarballs delivered by Factory entry points also need to be a token supporting release. It is not necessary to upgrade the main Factory HTCondor as long as the GlideinWMS version of the factory complies with the >= 3.7.3 requirement.|
- JWT Specification What exactly is a token anyway?