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syntax = "proto3";
package envoy.api.v2;
option java_outer_classname = "DiscoveryProto";
option java_multiple_files = true;
option java_package = "io.envoyproxy.envoy.api.v2";
option go_package = "v2";
import "envoy/api/v2/core/base.proto";
import "google/protobuf/any.proto";
import "google/rpc/status.proto";
import "gogoproto/gogo.proto";
option (gogoproto.equal_all) = true;
option (gogoproto.stable_marshaler_all) = true;
// [#protodoc-title: Common discovery API components]
// A DiscoveryRequest requests a set of versioned resources of the same type for
// a given Envoy node on some API.
message DiscoveryRequest {
// The version_info provided in the request messages will be the version_info
// received with the most recent successfully processed response or empty on
// the first request. It is expected that no new request is sent after a
// response is received until the Envoy instance is ready to ACK/NACK the new
// configuration. ACK/NACK takes place by returning the new API config version
// as applied or the previous API config version respectively. Each type_url
// (see below) has an independent version associated with it.
string version_info = 1;
// The node making the request.
core.Node node = 2;
// List of resources to subscribe to, e.g. list of cluster names or a route
// configuration name. If this is empty, all resources for the API are
// returned. LDS/CDS expect empty resource_names, since this is global
// discovery for the Envoy instance. The LDS and CDS responses will then imply
// a number of resources that need to be fetched via EDS/RDS, which will be
// explicitly enumerated in resource_names.
repeated string resource_names = 3;
// Type of the resource that is being requested, e.g.
// "type.googleapis.com/envoy.api.v2.ClusterLoadAssignment". This is implicit
// in requests made via singleton xDS APIs such as CDS, LDS, etc. but is
// required for ADS.
string type_url = 4;
// nonce corresponding to DiscoveryResponse being ACK/NACKed. See above
// discussion on version_info and the DiscoveryResponse nonce comment. This
// may be empty if no nonce is available, e.g. at startup or for non-stream
// xDS implementations.
string response_nonce = 5;
// This is populated when the previous :ref:`DiscoveryResponse <envoy_api_msg_DiscoveryResponse>`
// failed to update configuration. The *message* field in *error_details* provides the Envoy
// internal exception related to the failure. It is only intended for consumption during manual
// debugging, the string provided is not guaranteed to be stable across Envoy versions.
google.rpc.Status error_detail = 6;
}
message DiscoveryResponse {
// The version of the response data.
string version_info = 1;
// The response resources. These resources are typed and depend on the API being called.
repeated google.protobuf.Any resources = 2 [(gogoproto.nullable) = false];
// [#not-implemented-hide:]
// Canary is used to support two Envoy command line flags:
//
// * --terminate-on-canary-transition-failure. When set, Envoy is able to
// terminate if it detects that configuration is stuck at canary. Consider
// this example sequence of updates:
// - Management server applies a canary config successfully.
// - Management server rolls back to a production config.
// - Envoy rejects the new production config.
// Since there is no sensible way to continue receiving configuration
// updates, Envoy will then terminate and apply production config from a
// clean slate.
// * --dry-run-canary. When set, a canary response will never be applied, only
// validated via a dry run.
bool canary = 3;
// Type URL for resources. This must be consistent with the type_url in the
// Any messages for resources if resources is non-empty. This effectively
// identifies the xDS API when muxing over ADS.
string type_url = 4;
// For gRPC based subscriptions, the nonce provides a way to explicitly ack a
// specific DiscoveryResponse in a following DiscoveryRequest. Additional
// messages may have been sent by Envoy to the management server for the
// previous version on the stream prior to this DiscoveryResponse, that were
// unprocessed at response send time. The nonce allows the management server
// to ignore any further DiscoveryRequests for the previous version until a
// DiscoveryRequest bearing the nonce. The nonce is optional and is not
// required for non-stream based xDS implementations.
string nonce = 5;
// [#not-implemented-hide:]
// The control plane instance that sent the response.
core.ControlPlane control_plane = 6;
}
// DeltaDiscoveryRequest and DeltaDiscoveryResponse are used in a new gRPC
// endpoint for Delta xDS.
//
// With Delta xDS, the DeltaDiscoveryResponses do not need to include a full
// snapshot of the tracked resources. Instead, DeltaDiscoveryResponses are a
// diff to the state of a xDS client.
// In Delta XDS there are per resource versions, which allow tracking state at
// the resource granularity.
// An xDS Delta session is always in the context of a gRPC bidirectional
// stream. This allows the xDS server to keep track of the state of xDS clients
// connected to it.
//
// In Delta xDS the nonce field is required and used to pair
// DeltaDiscoveryResponse to a DeltaDiscoveryRequest ACK or NACK.
// Optionally, a response message level system_version_info is present for
// debugging purposes only.
//
// DeltaDiscoveryRequest can be sent in 3 situations:
// 1. Initial message in a xDS bidirectional gRPC stream.
// 2. As a ACK or NACK response to a previous DeltaDiscoveryResponse.
// In this case the response_nonce is set to the nonce value in the Response.
// ACK or NACK is determined by the absence or presence of error_detail.
// 3. Spontaneous DeltaDiscoveryRequest from the client.
// This can be done to dynamically add or remove elements from the tracked
// resource_names set. In this case response_nonce must be omitted.
message DeltaDiscoveryRequest {
// The node making the request.
core.Node node = 1;
// Type of the resource that is being requested, e.g.
// "type.googleapis.com/envoy.api.v2.ClusterLoadAssignment". This is implicit
// in requests made via singleton xDS APIs such as CDS, LDS, etc. but is
// required for ADS.
string type_url = 2;
// DeltaDiscoveryRequests allow the client to add or remove individual
// resources to the set of tracked resources in the context of a stream.
// All resource names in the resource_names_subscribe list are added to the
// set of tracked resources and all resource names in the resource_names_unsubscribe
// list are removed from the set of tracked resources.
// Unlike in state-of-the-world xDS, an empty resource_names_subscribe or
// resource_names_unsubscribe list simply means that no resources are to be
// added or removed to the resource list.
// The xDS server must send updates for all tracked resources but can also
// send updates for resources the client has not subscribed to. This behavior
// is similar to state-of-the-world xDS.
// These two fields can be set for all types of DeltaDiscoveryRequests
// (initial, ACK/NACK or spontaneous).
//
// A list of Resource names to add to the list of tracked resources.
repeated string resource_names_subscribe = 3;
// A list of Resource names to remove from the list of tracked resources.
repeated string resource_names_unsubscribe = 4;
// This map must be populated when the DeltaDiscoveryRequest is the
// first in a stream (assuming there are any resources - this field's purpose is to enable
// a session to continue in a reconnected gRPC stream, and so will not be used in the very
// first stream of a session). The keys are the resources names of the xDS resources
// known to the xDS client. The values in the map are the associated resource
// level version info.
map<string, string> initial_resource_versions = 5;
// When the DeltaDiscoveryRequest is a ACK or NACK message in response
// to a previous DeltaDiscoveryResponse, the response_nonce must be the
// nonce in the DeltaDiscoveryResponse.
// Otherwise response_nonce must be omitted.
string response_nonce = 6;
// This is populated when the previous :ref:`DiscoveryResponse <envoy_api_msg_DiscoveryResponse>`
// failed to update configuration. The *message* field in *error_details*
// provides the Envoy internal exception related to the failure.
google.rpc.Status error_detail = 7;
}
message DeltaDiscoveryResponse {
// The version of the response data (used for debugging).
string system_version_info = 1;
// The response resources. These are typed resources that match the type url
// in the DeltaDiscoveryRequest.
repeated Resource resources = 2 [(gogoproto.nullable) = false];
// Resources names of resources that have be deleted and to be removed from the xDS Client.
// Removed resources for missing resources can be ignored.
repeated string removed_resources = 6;
// The nonce provides a way for DeltaDiscoveryRequests to uniquely
// reference a DeltaDiscoveryResponse. The nonce is required.
string nonce = 5;
}
message Resource {
// The resource's name, to distinguish it from others of the same type of resource.
string name = 3;
// [#not-implemented-hide:]
// The aliases are a list of other names that this resource can go by.
repeated string aliases = 4;
// The resource level version. It allows xDS to track the state of individual
// resources.
string version = 1;
// The resource being tracked.
google.protobuf.Any resource = 2;
}
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