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  1. OpenShift Bugs
  2. OCPBUGS-33184

built-in cluster role for "hostmount-anyuid" not functioning

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      * Previously, the `hostmount-anyuid` security context constraints (SCC) did not have a built-in cluster role because the name of the SCC was incorrectly named `hostmount` in the cluster role. With this release, the SCC name in the cluster role was updated properly to `hostmount-anyuid`, so the `hostmount-anyuid` SCC now has a functioning cluster role. (link:https://issues.redhat.com/browse/OCPBUGS-33184[*OCPBUGS-33184*])

      --- original ---
      Previously, the name of the Security Context Constraint (SCC) was incorrect so there was no functioning built-in cluster role. With this release, the name was changed to `hostmount-anyuid` and the SCC now has a functioning built-in cluster role.
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      --- edited --- * Previously, the `hostmount-anyuid` security context constraints (SCC) did not have a built-in cluster role because the name of the SCC was incorrectly named `hostmount` in the cluster role. With this release, the SCC name in the cluster role was updated properly to `hostmount-anyuid`, so the `hostmount-anyuid` SCC now has a functioning cluster role. (link: https://issues.redhat.com/browse/OCPBUGS-33184 [* OCPBUGS-33184 *]) --- original --- Previously, the name of the Security Context Constraint (SCC) was incorrect so there was no functioning built-in cluster role. With this release, the name was changed to `hostmount-anyuid` and the SCC now has a functioning built-in cluster role.
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      Description of problem:

      There are built-in cluster roles to provide access to the default OpenShift SCCs. The "hostmount-anyuid" SCC does not have a functioning build-in cluster role, as it appears to have a typo in the name.
          

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      How reproducible:

      Consistent
          

      Steps to Reproduce:

          1. Attempt to use "system:openshift:scc:hostmount" cluster role
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      Actual results:

      No access provided as the name of the SCC is typod
          

      Expected results:

      Access provided to use the SCC
          

      Additional info:

      
          

            vdinh@redhat.com Vu Dinh
            cblecker.openshift Christoph Blecker
            Rahul Gangwar Rahul Gangwar
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