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Grant Access to ldap/wmf for KMorgan
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Description

  • The username of your existing account on wikitech.wikimedia.org:

KMorgan

  • Do you currently have shell access (Yes/No)?

No

  • Purpose (Specify which service you need to get access to, e.g. Icinga, Grafana, Superset etc):

Observability tools such as Logstash, as well as other monitoring and config viewing facilities, plus general Gerrit +2 submit.

  • The specific LDAP group that you want to be added to (optional):

ldap/wmf

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@KMorgan-WMF i have added you to the wmf ldap group please let me know if you are still having issues

Change 852910 had a related patch set uploaded (by Jbond; author: jbond):

[operations/puppet@production] admin: add various ldap accounts

https://gerrit.wikimedia.org/r/852910

Change 852910 merged by Jbond:

[operations/puppet@production] admin: add various ldap accounts

https://gerrit.wikimedia.org/r/852910

fgiunchedi subscribed.

Thank you @Aklapper, I'll reopen the task and finish the steps

If I'm not mistaken wmf-nda phab group membership was the only missing bit, does that seem correct @Aklapper ?

fgiunchedi triaged this task as Medium priority.Nov 8 2022, 10:51 AM

Yes. (On a meta level, I wonder how to make folks rely less on their memory but establish checking docs as docs may have changed over the years.)

Yes. (On a meta level, I wonder how to make folks rely less on their memory but establish checking docs as docs may have changed over the years.)

[slight offtopic] Personally, if I do something often, I remember the steps even if I don't want to. I think the key would be to have a script that would take care of all the steps (something like add-wmf-bits kmorgan, which would do the magic).

Yes. (On a meta level, I wonder how to make folks rely less on their memory but establish checking docs as docs may have changed over the years.)

[slight offtopic] Personally, if I do something often, I remember the steps even if I don't want to. I think the key would be to have a script that would take care of all the steps (something like add-wmf-bits kmorgan, which would do the magic).

100% agreed the script/automation is the way to go. For the particular instance I'm hoping the IDM implementation will help here (T319405) or similar concepts.

Personally I do clinic duty rarely enough that have go to back to the docs anyways every time, at least nowadays.

At any rate, I believe the task is resolved now and I'll make it so. Thank you all!