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syntax = "proto3";
package etcdserverpb;
import "gogoproto/gogo.proto";
import "etcd/mvcc/mvccpb/kv.proto";
import "etcd/auth/authpb/auth.proto";
// for grpc-gateway
import "google/api/annotations.proto";
option (gogoproto.marshaler_all) = true;
option (gogoproto.unmarshaler_all) = true;
service KV {
// Range gets the keys in the range from the key-value store.
rpc Range(RangeRequest) returns (RangeResponse) {
option (google.api.http) = {
post: "/v3/kv/range"
body: "*"
};
}
// Put puts the given key into the key-value store.
// A put request increments the revision of the key-value store
// and generates one event in the event history.
rpc Put(PutRequest) returns (PutResponse) {
option (google.api.http) = {
post: "/v3/kv/put"
body: "*"
};
}
// DeleteRange deletes the given range from the key-value store.
// A delete request increments the revision of the key-value store
// and generates a delete event in the event history for every deleted key.
rpc DeleteRange(DeleteRangeRequest) returns (DeleteRangeResponse) {
option (google.api.http) = {
post: "/v3/kv/deleterange"
body: "*"
};
}
// Txn processes multiple requests in a single transaction.
// A txn request increments the revision of the key-value store
// and generates events with the same revision for every completed request.
// It is not allowed to modify the same key several times within one txn.
rpc Txn(TxnRequest) returns (TxnResponse) {
option (google.api.http) = {
post: "/v3/kv/txn"
body: "*"
};
}
// Compact compacts the event history in the etcd key-value store. The key-value
// store should be periodically compacted or the event history will continue to grow
// indefinitely.
rpc Compact(CompactionRequest) returns (CompactionResponse) {
option (google.api.http) = {
post: "/v3/kv/compaction"
body: "*"
};
}
}
service Watch {
// Watch watches for events happening or that have happened. Both input and output
// are streams; the input stream is for creating and canceling watchers and the output
// stream sends events. One watch RPC can watch on multiple key ranges, streaming events
// for several watches at once. The entire event history can be watched starting from the
// last compaction revision.
rpc Watch(stream WatchRequest) returns (stream WatchResponse) {
option (google.api.http) = {
post: "/v3/watch"
body: "*"
};
}
}
service Lease {
// LeaseGrant creates a lease which expires if the server does not receive a keepAlive
// within a given time to live period. All keys attached to the lease will be expired and
// deleted if the lease expires. Each expired key generates a delete event in the event history.
rpc LeaseGrant(LeaseGrantRequest) returns (LeaseGrantResponse) {
option (google.api.http) = {
post: "/v3/lease/grant"
body: "*"
};
}
// LeaseRevoke revokes a lease. All keys attached to the lease will expire and be deleted.
rpc LeaseRevoke(LeaseRevokeRequest) returns (LeaseRevokeResponse) {
option (google.api.http) = {
post: "/v3/lease/revoke"
body: "*"
additional_bindings {
post: "/v3/kv/lease/revoke"
body: "*"
}
};
}
// LeaseKeepAlive keeps the lease alive by streaming keep alive requests from the client
// to the server and streaming keep alive responses from the server to the client.
rpc LeaseKeepAlive(stream LeaseKeepAliveRequest) returns (stream LeaseKeepAliveResponse) {
option (google.api.http) = {
post: "/v3/lease/keepalive"
body: "*"
};
}
// LeaseTimeToLive retrieves lease information.
rpc LeaseTimeToLive(LeaseTimeToLiveRequest) returns (LeaseTimeToLiveResponse) {
option (google.api.http) = {
post: "/v3/lease/timetolive"
body: "*"
additional_bindings {
post: "/v3/kv/lease/timetolive"
body: "*"
}
};
}
// LeaseLeases lists all existing leases.
rpc LeaseLeases(LeaseLeasesRequest) returns (LeaseLeasesResponse) {
option (google.api.http) = {
post: "/v3/lease/leases"
body: "*"
additional_bindings {
post: "/v3/kv/lease/leases"
body: "*"
}
};
}
}
service Cluster {
// MemberAdd adds a member into the cluster.
rpc MemberAdd(MemberAddRequest) returns (MemberAddResponse) {
option (google.api.http) = {
post: "/v3/cluster/member/add"
body: "*"
};
}
// MemberRemove removes an existing member from the cluster.
rpc MemberRemove(MemberRemoveRequest) returns (MemberRemoveResponse) {
option (google.api.http) = {
post: "/v3/cluster/member/remove"
body: "*"
};
}
// MemberUpdate updates the member configuration.
rpc MemberUpdate(MemberUpdateRequest) returns (MemberUpdateResponse) {
option (google.api.http) = {
post: "/v3/cluster/member/update"
body: "*"
};
}
// MemberList lists all the members in the cluster.
rpc MemberList(MemberListRequest) returns (MemberListResponse) {
option (google.api.http) = {
post: "/v3/cluster/member/list"
body: "*"
};
}
// MemberPromote promotes a member from raft learner (non-voting) to raft voting member.
rpc MemberPromote(MemberPromoteRequest) returns (MemberPromoteResponse) {
option (google.api.http) = {
post: "/v3/cluster/member/promote"
body: "*"
};
}
}
service Maintenance {
// Alarm activates, deactivates, and queries alarms regarding cluster health.
rpc Alarm(AlarmRequest) returns (AlarmResponse) {
option (google.api.http) = {
post: "/v3/maintenance/alarm"
body: "*"
};
}
// Status gets the status of the member.
rpc Status(StatusRequest) returns (StatusResponse) {
option (google.api.http) = {
post: "/v3/maintenance/status"
body: "*"
};
}
// Defragment defragments a member's backend database to recover storage space.
rpc Defragment(DefragmentRequest) returns (DefragmentResponse) {
option (google.api.http) = {
post: "/v3/maintenance/defragment"
body: "*"
};
}
// Hash computes the hash of whole backend keyspace,
// including key, lease, and other buckets in storage.
// This is designed for testing ONLY!
// Do not rely on this in production with ongoing transactions,
// since Hash operation does not hold MVCC locks.
// Use "HashKV" API instead for "key" bucket consistency checks.
rpc Hash(HashRequest) returns (HashResponse) {
option (google.api.http) = {
post: "/v3/maintenance/hash"
body: "*"
};
}
// HashKV computes the hash of all MVCC keys up to a given revision.
// It only iterates "key" bucket in backend storage.
rpc HashKV(HashKVRequest) returns (HashKVResponse) {
option (google.api.http) = {
post: "/v3/maintenance/hash"
body: "*"
};
}
// Snapshot sends a snapshot of the entire backend from a member over a stream to a client.
rpc Snapshot(SnapshotRequest) returns (stream SnapshotResponse) {
option (google.api.http) = {
post: "/v3/maintenance/snapshot"
body: "*"
};
}
// MoveLeader requests current leader node to transfer its leadership to transferee.
rpc MoveLeader(MoveLeaderRequest) returns (MoveLeaderResponse) {
option (google.api.http) = {
post: "/v3/maintenance/transfer-leadership"
body: "*"
};
}
}
service Auth {
// AuthEnable enables authentication.
rpc AuthEnable(AuthEnableRequest) returns (AuthEnableResponse) {
option (google.api.http) = {
post: "/v3/auth/enable"
body: "*"
};
}
// AuthDisable disables authentication.
rpc AuthDisable(AuthDisableRequest) returns (AuthDisableResponse) {
option (google.api.http) = {
post: "/v3/auth/disable"
body: "*"
};
}
// Authenticate processes an authenticate request.
rpc Authenticate(AuthenticateRequest) returns (AuthenticateResponse) {
option (google.api.http) = {
post: "/v3/auth/authenticate"
body: "*"
};
}
// UserAdd adds a new user.
rpc UserAdd(AuthUserAddRequest) returns (AuthUserAddResponse) {
option (google.api.http) = {
post: "/v3/auth/user/add"
body: "*"
};
}
// UserGet gets detailed user information.
rpc UserGet(AuthUserGetRequest) returns (AuthUserGetResponse) {
option (google.api.http) = {
post: "/v3/auth/user/get"
body: "*"
};
}
// UserList gets a list of all users.
rpc UserList(AuthUserListRequest) returns (AuthUserListResponse) {
option (google.api.http) = {
post: "/v3/auth/user/list"
body: "*"
};
}
// UserDelete deletes a specified user.
rpc UserDelete(AuthUserDeleteRequest) returns (AuthUserDeleteResponse) {
option (google.api.http) = {
post: "/v3/auth/user/delete"
body: "*"
};
}
// UserChangePassword changes the password of a specified user.
rpc UserChangePassword(AuthUserChangePasswordRequest) returns (AuthUserChangePasswordResponse) {
option (google.api.http) = {
post: "/v3/auth/user/changepw"
body: "*"
};
}
// UserGrant grants a role to a specified user.
rpc UserGrantRole(AuthUserGrantRoleRequest) returns (AuthUserGrantRoleResponse) {
option (google.api.http) = {
post: "/v3/auth/user/grant"
body: "*"
};
}
// UserRevokeRole revokes a role of specified user.
rpc UserRevokeRole(AuthUserRevokeRoleRequest) returns (AuthUserRevokeRoleResponse) {
option (google.api.http) = {
post: "/v3/auth/user/revoke"
body: "*"
};
}
// RoleAdd adds a new role.
rpc RoleAdd(AuthRoleAddRequest) returns (AuthRoleAddResponse) {
option (google.api.http) = {
post: "/v3/auth/role/add"
body: "*"
};
}
// RoleGet gets detailed role information.
rpc RoleGet(AuthRoleGetRequest) returns (AuthRoleGetResponse) {
option (google.api.http) = {
post: "/v3/auth/role/get"
body: "*"
};
}
// RoleList gets lists of all roles.
rpc RoleList(AuthRoleListRequest) returns (AuthRoleListResponse) {
option (google.api.http) = {
post: "/v3/auth/role/list"
body: "*"
};
}
// RoleDelete deletes a specified role.
rpc RoleDelete(AuthRoleDeleteRequest) returns (AuthRoleDeleteResponse) {
option (google.api.http) = {
post: "/v3/auth/role/delete"
body: "*"
};
}
// RoleGrantPermission grants a permission of a specified key or range to a specified role.
rpc RoleGrantPermission(AuthRoleGrantPermissionRequest) returns (AuthRoleGrantPermissionResponse) {
option (google.api.http) = {
post: "/v3/auth/role/grant"
body: "*"
};
}
// RoleRevokePermission revokes a key or range permission of a specified role.
rpc RoleRevokePermission(AuthRoleRevokePermissionRequest) returns (AuthRoleRevokePermissionResponse) {
option (google.api.http) = {
post: "/v3/auth/role/revoke"
body: "*"
};
}
}
message ResponseHeader {
// cluster_id is the ID of the cluster which sent the response.
uint64 cluster_id = 1;
// member_id is the ID of the member which sent the response.
uint64 member_id = 2;
// revision is the key-value store revision when the request was applied.
// For watch progress responses, the header.revision indicates progress. All future events
// recieved in this stream are guaranteed to have a higher revision number than the
// header.revision number.
int64 revision = 3;
// raft_term is the raft term when the request was applied.
uint64 raft_term = 4;
}
message RangeRequest {
enum SortOrder {
NONE = 0; // default, no sorting
ASCEND = 1; // lowest target value first
DESCEND = 2; // highest target value first
}
enum SortTarget {
KEY = 0;
VERSION = 1;
CREATE = 2;
MOD = 3;
VALUE = 4;
}
// key is the first key for the range. If range_end is not given, the request only looks up key.
bytes key = 1;
// range_end is the upper bound on the requested range [key, range_end).
// If range_end is '\0', the range is all keys >= key.
// If range_end is key plus one (e.g., "aa"+1 == "ab", "a\xff"+1 == "b"),
// then the range request gets all keys prefixed with key.
// If both key and range_end are '\0', then the range request returns all keys.
bytes range_end = 2;
// limit is a limit on the number of keys returned for the request. When limit is set to 0,
// it is treated as no limit.
int64 limit = 3;
// revision is the point-in-time of the key-value store to use for the range.
// If revision is less or equal to zero, the range is over the newest key-value store.
// If the revision has been compacted, ErrCompacted is returned as a response.
int64 revision = 4;
// sort_order is the order for returned sorted results.
SortOrder sort_order = 5;
// sort_target is the key-value field to use for sorting.
SortTarget sort_target = 6;
// serializable sets the range request to use serializable member-local reads.
// Range requests are linearizable by default; linearizable requests have higher
// latency and lower throughput than serializable requests but reflect the current
// consensus of the cluster. For better performance, in exchange for possible stale reads,
// a serializable range request is served locally without needing to reach consensus
// with other nodes in the cluster.
bool serializable = 7;
// keys_only when set returns only the keys and not the values.
bool keys_only = 8;
// count_only when set returns only the count of the keys in the range.
bool count_only = 9;
// min_mod_revision is the lower bound for returned key mod revisions; all keys with
// lesser mod revisions will be filtered away.
int64 min_mod_revision = 10;
// max_mod_revision is the upper bound for returned key mod revisions; all keys with
// greater mod revisions will be filtered away.
int64 max_mod_revision = 11;
// min_create_revision is the lower bound for returned key create revisions; all keys with
// lesser create revisions will be filtered away.
int64 min_create_revision = 12;
// max_create_revision is the upper bound for returned key create revisions; all keys with
// greater create revisions will be filtered away.
int64 max_create_revision = 13;
}
message RangeResponse {
ResponseHeader header = 1;
// kvs is the list of key-value pairs matched by the range request.
// kvs is empty when count is requested.
repeated mvccpb.KeyValue kvs = 2;
// more indicates if there are more keys to return in the requested range.
bool more = 3;
// count is set to the number of keys within the range when requested.
int64 count = 4;
}
message PutRequest {
// key is the key, in bytes, to put into the key-value store.
bytes key = 1;
// value is the value, in bytes, to associate with the key in the key-value store.
bytes value = 2;
// lease is the lease ID to associate with the key in the key-value store. A lease
// value of 0 indicates no lease.
int64 lease = 3;
// If prev_kv is set, etcd gets the previous key-value pair before changing it.
// The previous key-value pair will be returned in the put response.
bool prev_kv = 4;
// If ignore_value is set, etcd updates the key using its current value.
// Returns an error if the key does not exist.
bool ignore_value = 5;
// If ignore_lease is set, etcd updates the key using its current lease.
// Returns an error if the key does not exist.
bool ignore_lease = 6;
}
message PutResponse {
ResponseHeader header = 1;
// if prev_kv is set in the request, the previous key-value pair will be returned.
mvccpb.KeyValue prev_kv = 2;
}
message DeleteRangeRequest {
// key is the first key to delete in the range.
bytes key = 1;
// range_end is the key following the last key to delete for the range [key, range_end).
// If range_end is not given, the range is defined to contain only the key argument.
// If range_end is one bit larger than the given key, then the range is all the keys
// with the prefix (the given key).
// If range_end is '\0', the range is all keys greater than or equal to the key argument.
bytes range_end = 2;
// If prev_kv is set, etcd gets the previous key-value pairs before deleting it.
// The previous key-value pairs will be returned in the delete response.
bool prev_kv = 3;
}
message DeleteRangeResponse {
ResponseHeader header = 1;
// deleted is the number of keys deleted by the delete range request.
int64 deleted = 2;
// if prev_kv is set in the request, the previous key-value pairs will be returned.
repeated mvccpb.KeyValue prev_kvs = 3;
}
message RequestOp {
// request is a union of request types accepted by a transaction.
oneof request {
RangeRequest request_range = 1;
PutRequest request_put = 2;
DeleteRangeRequest request_delete_range = 3;
TxnRequest request_txn = 4;
}
}
message ResponseOp {
// response is a union of response types returned by a transaction.
oneof response {
RangeResponse response_range = 1;
PutResponse response_put = 2;
DeleteRangeResponse response_delete_range = 3;
TxnResponse response_txn = 4;
}
}
message Compare {
enum CompareResult {
EQUAL = 0;
GREATER = 1;
LESS = 2;
NOT_EQUAL = 3;
}
enum CompareTarget {
VERSION = 0;
CREATE = 1;
MOD = 2;
VALUE = 3;
LEASE = 4;
}
// result is logical comparison operation for this comparison.
CompareResult result = 1;
// target is the key-value field to inspect for the comparison.
CompareTarget target = 2;
// key is the subject key for the comparison operation.
bytes key = 3;
oneof target_union {
// version is the version of the given key
int64 version = 4;
// create_revision is the creation revision of the given key
int64 create_revision = 5;
// mod_revision is the last modified revision of the given key.
int64 mod_revision = 6;
// value is the value of the given key, in bytes.
bytes value = 7;
// lease is the lease id of the given key.
int64 lease = 8;
// leave room for more target_union field tags, jump to 64
}
// range_end compares the given target to all keys in the range [key, range_end).
// See RangeRequest for more details on key ranges.
bytes range_end = 64;
// TODO: fill out with most of the rest of RangeRequest fields when needed.
}
// From google paxosdb paper:
// Our implementation hinges around a powerful primitive which we call MultiOp. All other database
// operations except for iteration are implemented as a single call to MultiOp. A MultiOp is applied atomically
// and consists of three components:
// 1. A list of tests called guard. Each test in guard checks a single entry in the database. It may check
// for the absence or presence of a value, or compare with a given value. Two different tests in the guard
// may apply to the same or different entries in the database. All tests in the guard are applied and
// MultiOp returns the results. If all tests are true, MultiOp executes t op (see item 2 below), otherwise
// it executes f op (see item 3 below).
// 2. A list of database operations called t op. Each operation in the list is either an insert, delete, or
// lookup operation, and applies to a single database entry. Two different operations in the list may apply
// to the same or different entries in the database. These operations are executed
// if guard evaluates to
// true.
// 3. A list of database operations called f op. Like t op, but executed if guard evaluates to false.
message TxnRequest {
// compare is a list of predicates representing a conjunction of terms.
// If the comparisons succeed, then the success requests will be processed in order,
// and the response will contain their respective responses in order.
// If the comparisons fail, then the failure requests will be processed in order,
// and the response will contain their respective responses in order.
repeated Compare compare = 1;
// success is a list of requests which will be applied when compare evaluates to true.
repeated RequestOp success = 2;
// failure is a list of requests which will be applied when compare evaluates to false.
repeated RequestOp failure = 3;
}
message TxnResponse {
ResponseHeader header = 1;
// succeeded is set to true if the compare evaluated to true or false otherwise.
bool succeeded = 2;
// responses is a list of responses corresponding to the results from applying
// success if succeeded is true or failure if succeeded is false.
repeated ResponseOp responses = 3;
}
// CompactionRequest compacts the key-value store up to a given revision. All superseded keys
// with a revision less than the compaction revision will be removed.
message CompactionRequest {
// revision is the key-value store revision for the compaction operation.
int64 revision = 1;
// physical is set so the RPC will wait until the compaction is physically
// applied to the local database such that compacted entries are totally
// removed from the backend database.
bool physical = 2;
}
message CompactionResponse {
ResponseHeader header = 1;
}
message HashRequest {
}
message HashKVRequest {
// revision is the key-value store revision for the hash operation.
int64 revision = 1;
}
message HashKVResponse {
ResponseHeader header = 1;
// hash is the hash value computed from the responding member's MVCC keys up to a given revision.
uint32 hash = 2;
// compact_revision is the compacted revision of key-value store when hash begins.
int64 compact_revision = 3;
}
message HashResponse {
ResponseHeader header = 1;
// hash is the hash value computed from the responding member's KV's backend.
uint32 hash = 2;
}
message SnapshotRequest {
}
message SnapshotResponse {
// header has the current key-value store information. The first header in the snapshot
// stream indicates the point in time of the snapshot.
ResponseHeader header = 1;
// remaining_bytes is the number of blob bytes to be sent after this message
uint64 remaining_bytes = 2;
// blob contains the next chunk of the snapshot in the snapshot stream.
bytes blob = 3;
}
message WatchRequest {
// request_union is a request to either create a new watcher or cancel an existing watcher.
oneof request_union {
WatchCreateRequest create_request = 1;
WatchCancelRequest cancel_request = 2;
WatchProgressRequest progress_request = 3;
}
}
message WatchCreateRequest {
// key is the key to register for watching.
bytes key = 1;
// range_end is the end of the range [key, range_end) to watch. If range_end is not given,
// only the key argument is watched. If range_end is equal to '\0', all keys greater than
// or equal to the key argument are watched.
// If the range_end is one bit larger than the given key,
// then all keys with the prefix (the given key) will be watched.
bytes range_end = 2;
// start_revision is an optional revision to watch from (inclusive). No start_revision is "now".
int64 start_revision = 3;
// progress_notify is set so that the etcd server will periodically send a WatchResponse with
// no events to the new watcher if there are no recent events. It is useful when clients
// wish to recover a disconnected watcher starting from a recent known revision.
// The etcd server may decide how often it will send notifications based on current load.
bool progress_notify = 4;
enum FilterType {
// filter out put event.
NOPUT = 0;
// filter out delete event.
NODELETE = 1;
}
// filters filter the events at server side before it sends back to the watcher.
repeated FilterType filters = 5;
// If prev_kv is set, created watcher gets the previous KV before the event happens.
// If the previous KV is already compacted, nothing will be returned.
bool prev_kv = 6;
// If watch_id is provided and non-zero, it will be assigned to this watcher.
// Since creating a watcher in etcd is not a synchronous operation,
// this can be used ensure that ordering is correct when creating multiple
// watchers on the same stream. Creating a watcher with an ID already in
// use on the stream will cause an error to be returned.
int64 watch_id = 7;
// fragment enables splitting large revisions into multiple watch responses.
bool fragment = 8;
}
message WatchCancelRequest {
// watch_id is the watcher id to cancel so that no more events are transmitted.
int64 watch_id = 1;
}
// Requests the a watch stream progress status be sent in the watch response stream as soon as
// possible.
message WatchProgressRequest {
}
message WatchResponse {
ResponseHeader header = 1;
// watch_id is the ID of the watcher that corresponds to the response.
int64 watch_id = 2;
// created is set to true if the response is for a create watch request.
// The client should record the watch_id and expect to receive events for
// the created watcher from the same stream.
// All events sent to the created watcher will attach with the same watch_id.
bool created = 3;
// canceled is set to true if the response is for a cancel watch request.
// No further events will be sent to the canceled watcher.
bool canceled = 4;
// compact_revision is set to the minimum index if a watcher tries to watch
// at a compacted index.
//
// This happens when creating a watcher at a compacted revision or the watcher cannot
// catch up with the progress of the key-value store.
//
// The client should treat the watcher as canceled and should not try to create any
// watcher with the same start_revision again.
int64 compact_revision = 5;
// cancel_reason indicates the reason for canceling the watcher.
string cancel_reason = 6;
// framgment is true if large watch response was split over multiple responses.
bool fragment = 7;
repeated mvccpb.Event events = 11;
}
message LeaseGrantRequest {
// TTL is the advisory time-to-live in seconds. Expired lease will return -1.
int64 TTL = 1;
// ID is the requested ID for the lease. If ID is set to 0, the lessor chooses an ID.
int64 ID = 2;
}
message LeaseGrantResponse {
ResponseHeader header = 1;
// ID is the lease ID for the granted lease.
int64 ID = 2;
// TTL is the server chosen lease time-to-live in seconds.
int64 TTL = 3;
string error = 4;
}
message LeaseRevokeRequest {
// ID is the lease ID to revoke. When the ID is revoked, all associated keys will be deleted.
int64 ID = 1;
}
message LeaseRevokeResponse {
ResponseHeader header = 1;
}
message LeaseCheckpoint {
// ID is the lease ID to checkpoint.
int64 ID = 1;
// Remaining_TTL is the remaining time until expiry of the lease.
int64 remaining_TTL = 2;
}
message LeaseCheckpointRequest {
repeated LeaseCheckpoint checkpoints = 1;
}
message LeaseCheckpointResponse {
ResponseHeader header = 1;
}
message LeaseKeepAliveRequest {
// ID is the lease ID for the lease to keep alive.
int64 ID = 1;
}
message LeaseKeepAliveResponse {
ResponseHeader header = 1;
// ID is the lease ID from the keep alive request.
int64 ID = 2;
// TTL is the new time-to-live for the lease.
int64 TTL = 3;
}
message LeaseTimeToLiveRequest {
// ID is the lease ID for the lease.
int64 ID = 1;
// keys is true to query all the keys attached to this lease.
bool keys = 2;
}
message LeaseTimeToLiveResponse {
ResponseHeader header = 1;
// ID is the lease ID from the keep alive request.
int64 ID = 2;
// TTL is the remaining TTL in seconds for the lease; the lease will expire in under TTL+1 seconds.
int64 TTL = 3;
// GrantedTTL is the initial granted time in seconds upon lease creation/renewal.
int64 grantedTTL = 4;
// Keys is the list of keys attached to this lease.
repeated bytes keys = 5;
}
message LeaseLeasesRequest {
}
message LeaseStatus {
int64 ID = 1;
// TODO: int64 TTL = 2;
}
message LeaseLeasesResponse {
ResponseHeader header = 1;
repeated LeaseStatus leases = 2;
}
message Member {
// ID is the member ID for this member.
uint64 ID = 1;
// name is the human-readable name of the member. If the member is not started, the name will be an empty string.
string name = 2;
// peerURLs is the list of URLs the member exposes to the cluster for communication.
repeated string peerURLs = 3;
// clientURLs is the list of URLs the member exposes to clients for communication. If the member is not started, clientURLs will be empty.
repeated string clientURLs = 4;
// isLearner indicates if the member is raft learner.
bool isLearner = 5;
}
message MemberAddRequest {
// peerURLs is the list of URLs the added member will use to communicate with the cluster.
repeated string peerURLs = 1;
// isLearner indicates if the added member is raft learner.
bool isLearner = 2;
}
message MemberAddResponse {
ResponseHeader header = 1;
// member is the member information for the added member.
Member member = 2;
// members is a list of all members after adding the new member.
repeated Member members = 3;
}
message MemberRemoveRequest {
// ID is the member ID of the member to remove.
uint64 ID = 1;
}
message MemberRemoveResponse {
ResponseHeader header = 1;
// members is a list of all members after removing the member.
repeated Member members = 2;
}
message MemberUpdateRequest {
// ID is the member ID of the member to update.
uint64 ID = 1;
// peerURLs is the new list of URLs the member will use to communicate with the cluster.
repeated string peerURLs = 2;
}
message MemberUpdateResponse{
ResponseHeader header = 1;
// members is a list of all members after updating the member.
repeated Member members = 2;
}
message MemberListRequest {
}
message MemberListResponse {
ResponseHeader header = 1;
// members is a list of all members associated with the cluster.
repeated Member members = 2;
}
message MemberPromoteRequest {
// ID is the member ID of the member to promote.
uint64 ID = 1;
}
message MemberPromoteResponse {
ResponseHeader header = 1;
// members is a list of all members after promoting the member.
repeated Member members = 2;
}
message DefragmentRequest {
}
message DefragmentResponse {
ResponseHeader header = 1;
}
message MoveLeaderRequest {
// targetID is the node ID for the new leader.
uint64 targetID = 1;
}
message MoveLeaderResponse {
ResponseHeader header = 1;
}
enum AlarmType {
NONE = 0; // default, used to query if any alarm is active
NOSPACE = 1; // space quota is exhausted
CORRUPT = 2; // kv store corruption detected
}
message AlarmRequest {
enum AlarmAction {
GET = 0;
ACTIVATE = 1;
DEACTIVATE = 2;
}
// action is the kind of alarm request to issue. The action
// may GET alarm statuses, ACTIVATE an alarm, or DEACTIVATE a
// raised alarm.
AlarmAction action = 1;
// memberID is the ID of the member associated with the alarm. If memberID is 0, the
// alarm request covers all members.
uint64 memberID = 2;
// alarm is the type of alarm to consider for this request.
AlarmType alarm = 3;
}
message AlarmMember {
// memberID is the ID of the member associated with the raised alarm.
uint64 memberID = 1;
// alarm is the type of alarm which has been raised.
AlarmType alarm = 2;
}
message AlarmResponse {
ResponseHeader header = 1;
// alarms is a list of alarms associated with the alarm request.
repeated AlarmMember alarms = 2;
}
message StatusRequest {
}
message StatusResponse {
ResponseHeader header = 1;
// version is the cluster protocol version used by the responding member.
string version = 2;
// dbSize is the size of the backend database physically allocated, in bytes, of the responding member.
int64 dbSize = 3;
// leader is the member ID which the responding member believes is the current leader.
uint64 leader = 4;
// raftIndex is the current raft committed index of the responding member.
uint64 raftIndex = 5;
// raftTerm is the current raft term of the responding member.
uint64 raftTerm = 6;
// raftAppliedIndex is the current raft applied index of the responding member.
uint64 raftAppliedIndex = 7;
// errors contains alarm/health information and status.
repeated string errors = 8;
// dbSizeInUse is the size of the backend database logically in use, in bytes, of the responding member.
int64 dbSizeInUse = 9;
// isLearner indicates if the member is raft learner.
bool isLearner = 10;
}
message AuthEnableRequest {
}
message AuthDisableRequest {
}
message AuthenticateRequest {
string name = 1;
string password = 2;
}
message AuthUserAddRequest {
string name = 1;
string password = 2;
authpb.UserAddOptions options = 3;
}
message AuthUserGetRequest {
string name = 1;
}
message AuthUserDeleteRequest {
// name is the name of the user to delete.
string name = 1;
}
message AuthUserChangePasswordRequest {
// name is the name of the user whose password is being changed.
string name = 1;
// password is the new password for the user.
string password = 2;
}
message AuthUserGrantRoleRequest {
// user is the name of the user which should be granted a given role.
string user = 1;
// role is the name of the role to grant to the user.
string role = 2;
}
message AuthUserRevokeRoleRequest {
string name = 1;
string role = 2;
}
message AuthRoleAddRequest {
// name is the name of the role to add to the authentication system.
string name = 1;
}
message AuthRoleGetRequest {
string role = 1;
}
message AuthUserListRequest {
}
message AuthRoleListRequest {
}
message AuthRoleDeleteRequest {
string role = 1;
}
message AuthRoleGrantPermissionRequest {
// name is the name of the role which will be granted the permission.
string name = 1;
// perm is the permission to grant to the role.
authpb.Permission perm = 2;
}
message AuthRoleRevokePermissionRequest {
string role = 1;
bytes key = 2;
bytes range_end = 3;
}
message AuthEnableResponse {
ResponseHeader header = 1;
}
message AuthDisableResponse {
ResponseHeader header = 1;
}
message AuthenticateResponse {
ResponseHeader header = 1;
// token is an authorized token that can be used in succeeding RPCs
string token = 2;
}
message AuthUserAddResponse {
ResponseHeader header = 1;
}
message AuthUserGetResponse {
ResponseHeader header = 1;
repeated string roles = 2;
}
message AuthUserDeleteResponse {
ResponseHeader header = 1;
}
message AuthUserChangePasswordResponse {
ResponseHeader header = 1;
}
message AuthUserGrantRoleResponse {
ResponseHeader header = 1;
}
message AuthUserRevokeRoleResponse {
ResponseHeader header = 1;
}
message AuthRoleAddResponse {
ResponseHeader header = 1;
}
message AuthRoleGetResponse {
ResponseHeader header = 1;
repeated authpb.Permission perm = 2;
}
message AuthRoleListResponse {
ResponseHeader header = 1;
repeated string roles = 2;
}
message AuthUserListResponse {
ResponseHeader header = 1;
repeated string users = 2;
}
message AuthRoleDeleteResponse {
ResponseHeader header = 1;
}
message AuthRoleGrantPermissionResponse {
ResponseHeader header = 1;
}
message AuthRoleRevokePermissionResponse {
ResponseHeader header = 1;
}
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