Changing password from readonly user.

Hello everyone.

Here is the configuration of my testing infrastructure:

  • Searchguard version 6.5.4-24 (Trial version, multitenancy activated)

  • Elasticsearch version 6.5.4

  • JVM 1.8.0_181

It works fine, but i have a question. It seems not possible to change password when logged on a readonly user, configured by

searchguard.readonly_mode: [“sg_myreadonly”]

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in the kibana.yml file.

Is there a way to change the password as the user imself? A single permission that overwrite readonly, just for password change? Anything else?

Thank you for your time !

Regards.

Currently its not possible for a user to change his password but we have such a requirement in our backlog.

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Am 02.01.2019 um 16:48 schrieb Fendril <rem.chivot@gmail.com>:

Hello everyone.

Here is the configuration of my testing infrastructure:
- Searchguard version 6.5.4-24 (Trial version, multitenancy activated)
- Elasticsearch version 6.5.4
- JVM 1.8.0_181

It works fine, but i have a question. It seems not possible to change password when logged on a readonly user, configured by
searchguard.readonly_mode: ["sg_myreadonly"]
in the kibana.yml file.

Is there a way to change the password as the user imself? A single permission that overwrite readonly, just for password change? Anything else?

Thank you for your time !

Regards.

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