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README.md

haproxy-ingress

haproxy-ingress is an Ingress controller that uses ConfigMap to store the global haproxy configuration, and ingress annotations to configure per-backend settings.

Introduction

This chart bootstraps an haproxy-ingress deployment on a Kubernetes cluster using the Helm package manager.

Prerequisites

  • Kubernetes 1.8+ with Beta APIs enabled

Installing the Chart

To install the chart with the release name my-release:

$ helm install --name my-release incubator/haproxy-ingress

The command deploys haproxy-ingress on the Kubernetes cluster in the default configuration. The configuration section lists the parameters that can be configured during installation.

Uninstalling the Chart

To uninstall/delete the my-release deployment:

$ helm delete --purge my-release

The command removes all the Kubernetes components associated with the chart and deletes the release.

Configuration

The following table lists the configurable parameters of the haproxy-ingress chart and their default values.

Parameter Description Default
rbac.create If true, create & use RBAC resources true
rbac.security.enable If true, and rbac.create is true, create & use PSP resources false
serviceAccount.create If true, create serviceAccount true
serviceAccount.name ServiceAccount to be used ``
controller.name name of the controller component controller
controller.image.repository controller container image repository quay.io/jcmoraisjr/haproxy-ingress
controller.image.tag controller container image tag v0.7.2
controller.image.pullPolicy controller container image pullPolicy IfNotPresent
controller.imagePullSecrets controller image pull secrets []
controller.initContainers extra containers that can initialize the haproxy-ingress-controller []
controller.extraArgs extra command line arguments for the haproxy-ingress-controller {}
controller.extraEnv extra environment variables for the haproxy-ingress-controller {}
controller.template custom template for haproxy-ingress-controller {}
controller.defaultBackendService backend service if defualtBackend.enabled==false ""
controller.ingressClass name of the ingress class to route through this controller haproxy
controller.healthzPort The haproxy health check (monitoring) port 10253
controller.livenessProbe.path The liveness probe path /healthz
controller.livenessProbe.port The livneness probe port 10253
controller.livenessProbe.failureThreshold The livneness probe failure threshold 3
controller.livenessProbe.initialDelaySeconds The livneness probe initial delay (in seconds) 10
controller.livenessProbe.periodSeconds The livneness probe period (in seconds) 10
controller.livenessProbe.successThreshold The livneness probe success threshold 1
controller.livenessProbe.timeoutSeconds The livneness probe timeout (in seconds) 1
controller.readinessProbe.path The readiness probe path /healthz
controller.readinessProbe.port The readiness probe port 10253
controller.readinessProbe.failureThreshold The readiness probe failure threshold 3
controller.readinessProbe.initialDelaySeconds The readiness probe initial delay (in seconds) 10
controller.readinessProbe.periodSeconds The readiness probe period (in seconds) 10
controller.readinessProbe.successThreshold The readiness probe success threshold 1
controller.readinessProbe.timeoutSeconds The readiness probe timeout (in seconds) 1
controller.podAnnotations Annotations for the haproxy-ingress-controller pod {}
controller.podLabels Labels for the haproxy-ingress-controller pod {}
controller.podAffinity Add affinity to the controller pods to control scheduling {}
controller.priorityClassName Priority Class to be used ``
controller.securityContext Security context settings for the haproxy-ingress-controller pod {}
controller.config additional haproxy-ingress ConfigMap entries {}
controller.hostNetwork Optionally set to true when using CNI based kubernetes installations false
controller.dnsPolicy Optionally change this to ClusterFirstWithHostNet in case you have 'hostNetwork: true' ClusterFirst
controller.kind Type of deployment, DaemonSet or Deployment Deployment
controller.tcp TCP service ConfigMap: <port>: <namespace>/<servicename>:<portnumber>[:[<in-proxy>][:<out-proxy>]] {}
controller.enableStaticPorts Set to false to only rely on ports from controller.tcp true
controller.daemonset.useHostPort Set to true to use host ports 80 and 443 false
controller.daemonset.hostPorts.http If controller.daemonset.useHostPort is true and this is non-empty sets the hostPort for http "80"
controller.daemonset.hostPorts.https If controller.daemonset.useHostPort is true and this is non-empty sets the hostPort for https "443"
controller.daemonset.hostPorts.tcp If controller.daemonset.useHostPort is true use hostport for these ports from tcp []
controller.updateStrategy the update strategy settings see defaults below
controller.updateStrategy.type the update strategy type to use RollingUpdate
controller.updateStrategy.rollingUpdate.maxUnavailable the max number of unavailable controllers when doing rolling updates 1
controller.minReadySeconds seconds to avoid killing pods before we are ready 0
controller.replicaCount the number of replicas to deploy (when controller.kind is Deployment) 1
controller.minAvailable PodDisruptionBudget minimum available controller pods 1
controller.resources controller container resource requests & limits {}
controller.autoscaling.enabled enabling controller horizontal pod autoscaling (when controller.kind is Deployment) false
controller.autoscaling.minReplicas minimum number of replicas
controller.autoscaling.maxReplicas maximum number of replicas
controller.autoscaling.targetCPUUtilizationPercentage target cpu utilization
controller.autoscaling.targetMemoryUtilizationPercentage target memory utilization
controller.autoscaling.customMetrics Extra custom metrics to add to the HPA []
controller.tolerations to control scheduling to servers with taints []
controller.affinity to control scheduling {}
controller.nodeSelector to control scheduling {}
controller.service.annotations annotations for controller service {}
controller.service.labels labels for controller service {}
controller.service.clusterIP internal controller cluster service IP ""
controller.service.externalTrafficPolicy external traffic policy Cluster
controller.service.externalIPs list of IP addresses at which the controller services are available []
controller.service.loadBalancerIP IP address to assign to load balancer (if supported) ""
controller.service.loadBalancerSourceRanges []
controller.service.httpPorts The http ports to open, that map to the Ingress' port 80. Each entry specifies a port, targetPort and an optional nodePort. [ port: 80, targetPort: http ]
controller.service.httpsPorts The https ports to open, that map to the Ingress' port 443. Each entry specifies a port, targetPort and an optional nodePort. [ port: 443 , targetPort: https]
controller.service.type type of controller service to create LoadBalancer
controller.stats.enabled whether to enable exporting stats false
controller.stats.port The port number used haproxy-ingress-controller for haproxy statistics 1936
controller.stats.service.annotations annotations for stats service {}
controller.stats.service.clusterIP internal stats cluster service IP ""
controller.stats.service.externalIPs list of IP addresses at which the stats service is available []
controller.stats.service.loadBalancerIP IP address to assign to load balancer (if supported) ""
controller.stats.service.loadBalancerSourceRanges []
controller.stats.service.servicePort the port number exposed by the stats service 1936
controller.stats.service.type type of controller service to create ClusterIP
controller.metrics.enabled If controller.stats.enabled = true and controller.metrics.enabled = true, Prometheus metrics will be exported false
controller.metrics.image.repository prometheus-exporter image repository quay.io/prometheus/haproxy-exporter
controller.metrics.image.tag prometheus-exporter image tag v0.10.0
controller.metrics.image.pullPolicy prometheus-exporter image pullPolicy IfNotPresent
controller.metrics.extraArgs Extra arguments to the haproxy_exporter {}
controller.metrics.resources prometheus-exporter container resource requests & limits {}
controller.metrics.service.annotations annotations for metrics service {}
controller.metrics.service.clusterIP internal metrics cluster service IP ""
controller.metrics.service.externalIPs list of IP addresses at which the metrics service is available []
controller.metrics.service.loadBalancerIP IP address to assign to load balancer (if supported) ""
controller.metrics.service.loadBalancerSourceRanges []
controller.metrics.service.servicePort the port number exposed by the metrics service 1936
controller.metrics.service.type type of controller service to create ClusterIP
controller.logs.enabled enable an access-logs sidecar container that collects access logs from haproxy and outputs to stdout false
controller.logs.image.repository access-logs container image repository quay.io/prometheus/haproxy-exporter
controller.logs.image.tag access-logs image tag v0.10.0
controller.logs.image.pullPolicy access-logs image pullPolicy IfNotPresent
controller.logs.resources access-logs container resource requests & limits {}
defaultBackend.enabled whether to use the default backend component true
defaultBackend.name name of the default backend component default-backend
defaultBackend.image.repository default backend container image repository gcr.io/google_containers/defaultbackend
defaultBackend.image.tag default backend container image repository tag 1.0
defaultBackend.image.pullPolicy default backend container image pullPolicy IfNotPresent
defaultBackend.tolerations to control scheduling to servers with taints []
defaultBackend.affinity to control scheduling {}
defaultBackend.nodeSelector to control scheduling {}
defaultBackend.podAnnotations Annotations for the default backend pod {}
defaultBackend.podLabels Labels for the default backend pod {}
defaultBackend.replicaCount the number of replicas to deploy (when controller.kind is Deployment) 1
defaultBackend.minAvailable PodDisruptionBudget minimum available default backend pods 1
defaultBackend.resources default backend pod resources see defaults below
defaultBackend.resources.limits.cpu default backend cpu resources limit 10m
defaultBackend.resources.limits.memory default backend memory resources limit 20Mi
defaultBackend.service.name name of default backend service to create ingress-default-backend
defaultBackend.service.annotations annotations for metrics service {}
defaultBackend.service.clusterIP internal metrics cluster service IP ""
defaultBackend.service.externalIPs list of IP addresses at which the metrics service is available []
defaultBackend.service.loadBalancerIP IP address to assign to load balancer (if supported) ""
defaultBackend.service.loadBalancerSourceRanges []
defaultBackend.service.servicePort the port number exposed by the metrics service 1936
defaultBackend.service.type type of controller service to create ClusterIP
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