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8 – Is it possible to assign a temporary role to an anonymous session?

The use case is to give an "anonymous" user a set of permissions, ie we do not know who he is and he has not logged in. We only have the IP range to confirm where it came from (yes, I know you … it's not a system I would design :)).

I do not necessarily know what permissions these users need across the board, that is, access to specific node types, or access to specific file locations. It is an evolving set of permissions that would later be configured as a role.

Is it possible to define a role and then temporarily assign it to anonymous meetings that meet our criteria? I've tried to check with an EventSubscriber every time our module loads, but that does not work, because obviously we can not really "save" an anonymous user; H .:

class CivicrmIpAccessSubscriber implements EventSubscriberInterface {

  public function CivicrmIpAccessLoad(GetResponseEvent $event) {
    $proxy = Drupal::currentUser();
    $roles = $proxy->getRoles();
    if ($roles === ('anonymous')) {
//Business logic to determine if a user gets access would go here
      $user = User::load($proxy->id());
      $user->addRole('ip_access');
//This user save doesn't work, and I wouldn't have really expected it to but I tried it
      User::save($user);
    }
  }

  /**
   * {@inheritdoc}
   */
  public static function getSubscribedEvents() {
    $events(KernelEvents::REQUEST)() = ('CivicrmIpAccessLoad', 250);
    return $events;
  }

}

Is there a good way to achieve something like this for a session? I have the feeling that an anonymous user is barking the wrong tree and the session is correct, but I'm not sure how to interact with the access from there.

7 – Anonymous permissions with Node Access

  1. Content Type: Webform
  2. Permitted grants: View, Edit
  3. Permitted roles: Anon, authorized, admin

  1. Go to the Webform node, eg. Node / 20
  2. Click on the Grants tab
  3. Enable "Authenticated" and "Admin users can view", "Anonymous" is disabled
  4. The site is still accessed anonymously?

Node / 20:
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Global node access settings:
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At the bottom of Webform, for anon / authenticated / admin, the Show check box is selected, because anonymous users should by default show all web forms except those who need to be logged in page ?!

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Anonymity – A user has provided personal information in anonymous form. What is the status of this information under the GDPR?

This is not really a security issue, but should be answered anyway.

The status of PII (Personally Identifiable Information) is the same in the GDPR, regardless of where or who enters it. Its goals are 9 among others) to prevent an actor (company / government or others) from hiding responsibility for the use and practices of personal data.

GDPR even applies to everything that is offline and on paper.

Basically this means that you have to check if an input field is free of PII before you edit it.
Or clarify in your privacy policy how to handle this use case.

8 – After the migration, the anonymous user site will not be loaded

We have a Drupal 8.7.6 that works fine when logged in as an administrator. All pages, features work flawlessly and provide good performance.

When I tried to load the site as an anonymous user, it continued to spin and ended up with a broken 504 gateway. The logs show the following error:

2019/08/14 20:39:42 (error) 25423 # 25423: * 15460 FastCGI sent in stderr: "PHP message: Fatal PHP error: Allowed memory size of 629145600 bytes exhausted (trying to allocate 20480 bytes) in / core / lib / Drupal / Core / Entity / ContentEntityBase.php on line 191 "while the response header is read from the upstream

(Bug) 25423 # 25423: * 14852 FastCGI sent in stderr: "PHP message: Fatal PHP error: Maximum execution time of 30 seconds exceeded in /core/lib/Drupal/Core/Entity/Sql/SqlContentEntityStorage.php on line 606 "reading the response header from the upstream

All this worked fine until yesterday, before we started migrating users and content from our old Drupal 6 system.

We have a similar setup for our development environment that works perfectly well.

I tried setting the execution time in settings.php to 0 to increase the allowed memory, and so on, but this problem persists. There is a lot of data being migrated and I can not recover it from the new copy we have.

Please recommend possible solutions to this problem.

Drupal 8 website would not load for anonymous users. As a result, the allowable memory size of 629145600 bytes is exhausted

We have a Drupal 8.7.6 that works fine when logged in as an administrator. All pages, features work flawlessly and provide good performance.

When I tried to load the site as an anonymous user, it continued to spin and ended up with a broken 504 gateway. The logs show the following error:

2019/08/14 20:39:42 (error) 25423 # 25423: * 15460 FastCGI sent in stderr: "PHP message: Fatal PHP error: Allowed memory size of 629145600 bytes exhausted (trying to allocate 20480 bytes) in / core / lib / Drupal / Core / Entity / ContentEntityBase.php on line 191 "while the response header is read from the upstream

(Bug) 25423 # 25423: * 14852 FastCGI sent in stderr: "PHP message: Fatal PHP error: Maximum execution time of 30 seconds exceeded in /core/lib/Drupal/Core/Entity/Sql/SqlContentEntityStorage.php on line 606 "reading the response header from the upstream

All this worked fine until yesterday, before we started migrating users and content from our old Drupal 6 system.

We have a similar setup for our development environment that works perfectly well.

I tried setting the execution time in settings.php to 0 to increase the allowed memory, and so on, but this problem persists. There is a lot of data being migrated and I can not recover it from the new copy we have.

Please recommend possible solutions – Thank you in advance.

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History of the website:
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