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Copyright 2014 The Kubernetes Authors.
Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License");
you may not use this file except in compliance with the License.
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package rest
import (
metav1 ""
// RESTDeleteStrategy defines deletion behavior on an object that follows Kubernetes
// API conventions.
type RESTDeleteStrategy interface {
type GarbageCollectionPolicy string
const (
DeleteDependents GarbageCollectionPolicy = "DeleteDependents"
OrphanDependents GarbageCollectionPolicy = "OrphanDependents"
// Unsupported means that the resource knows that it cannot be GC'd, so the finalizers
// should never be set in storage.
Unsupported GarbageCollectionPolicy = "Unsupported"
// GarbageCollectionDeleteStrategy must be implemented by the registry that wants to
// orphan dependents by default.
type GarbageCollectionDeleteStrategy interface {
// DefaultGarbageCollectionPolicy returns the default garbage collection behavior.
DefaultGarbageCollectionPolicy(ctx context.Context) GarbageCollectionPolicy
// RESTGracefulDeleteStrategy must be implemented by the registry that supports
// graceful deletion.
type RESTGracefulDeleteStrategy interface {
// CheckGracefulDelete should return true if the object can be gracefully deleted and set
// any default values on the DeleteOptions.
CheckGracefulDelete(ctx context.Context, obj runtime.Object, options *metav1.DeleteOptions) bool
// BeforeDelete tests whether the object can be gracefully deleted.
// If graceful is set, the object should be gracefully deleted. If gracefulPending
// is set, the object has already been gracefully deleted (and the provided grace
// period is longer than the time to deletion). An error is returned if the
// condition cannot be checked or the gracePeriodSeconds is invalid. The options
// argument may be updated with default values if graceful is true. Second place
// where we set deletionTimestamp is pkg/registry/generic/registry/store.go.
// This function is responsible for setting deletionTimestamp during gracefulDeletion,
// other one for cascading deletions.
func BeforeDelete(strategy RESTDeleteStrategy, ctx context.Context, obj runtime.Object, options *metav1.DeleteOptions) (graceful, gracefulPending bool, err error) {
objectMeta, gvk, kerr := objectMetaAndKind(strategy, obj)
if kerr != nil {
return false, false, kerr
if errs := validation.ValidateDeleteOptions(options); len(errs) > 0 {
return false, false, errors.NewInvalid(schema.GroupKind{Group: metav1.GroupName, Kind: "DeleteOptions"}, "", errs)
// Checking the Preconditions here to fail early. They'll be enforced later on when we actually do the deletion, too.
if options.Preconditions != nil {
if options.Preconditions.UID != nil && *options.Preconditions.UID != objectMeta.GetUID() {
return false, false, errors.NewConflict(schema.GroupResource{Group: gvk.Group, Resource: gvk.Kind}, objectMeta.GetName(), fmt.Errorf("the UID in the precondition (%s) does not match the UID in record (%s). The object might have been deleted and then recreated", *options.Preconditions.UID, objectMeta.GetUID()))
if options.Preconditions.ResourceVersion != nil && *options.Preconditions.ResourceVersion != objectMeta.GetResourceVersion() {
return false, false, errors.NewConflict(schema.GroupResource{Group: gvk.Group, Resource: gvk.Kind}, objectMeta.GetName(), fmt.Errorf("the ResourceVersion in the precondition (%s) does not match the ResourceVersion in record (%s). The object might have been modified", *options.Preconditions.ResourceVersion, objectMeta.GetResourceVersion()))
gracefulStrategy, ok := strategy.(RESTGracefulDeleteStrategy)
if !ok {
// If we're not deleting gracefully there's no point in updating Generation, as we won't update
// the obcject before deleting it.
return false, false, nil
// if the object is already being deleted, no need to update generation.
if objectMeta.GetDeletionTimestamp() != nil {
// if we are already being deleted, we may only shorten the deletion grace period
// this means the object was gracefully deleted previously but deletionGracePeriodSeconds was not set,
// so we force deletion immediately
// The deletion operation happens in two phases.
// 1. Update to set DeletionGracePeriodSeconds and DeletionTimestamp
// 2. Delete the object from storage.
// If the update succeeds, but the delete fails (network error, internal storage error, etc.),
// a resource was previously left in a state that was non-recoverable. We
// check if the existing stored resource has a grace period as 0 and if so
// attempt to delete immediately in order to recover from this scenario.
if objectMeta.GetDeletionGracePeriodSeconds() == nil || *objectMeta.GetDeletionGracePeriodSeconds() == 0 {
return false, false, nil
// only a shorter grace period may be provided by a user
if options.GracePeriodSeconds != nil {
period := int64(*options.GracePeriodSeconds)
if period >= *objectMeta.GetDeletionGracePeriodSeconds() {
return false, true, nil
newDeletionTimestamp := metav1.NewTime(
objectMeta.GetDeletionTimestamp().Add(-time.Second * time.Duration(*objectMeta.GetDeletionGracePeriodSeconds())).
Add(time.Second * time.Duration(*options.GracePeriodSeconds)))
return true, false, nil
// graceful deletion is pending, do nothing
options.GracePeriodSeconds = objectMeta.GetDeletionGracePeriodSeconds()
return false, true, nil
if !gracefulStrategy.CheckGracefulDelete(ctx, obj, options) {
return false, false, nil
now := metav1.NewTime(metav1.Now().Add(time.Second * time.Duration(*options.GracePeriodSeconds)))
// If it's the first graceful deletion we are going to set the DeletionTimestamp to non-nil.
// Controllers of the object that's being deleted shouldn't take any nontrivial actions, hence its behavior changes.
// Thus we need to bump object's Generation (if set). This handles generation bump during graceful deletion.
// The bump for objects that don't support graceful deletion is handled in pkg/registry/generic/registry/store.go.
if objectMeta.GetGeneration() > 0 {
objectMeta.SetGeneration(objectMeta.GetGeneration() + 1)
return true, false, nil
// AdmissionToValidateObjectDeleteFunc returns a admission validate func for object deletion
func AdmissionToValidateObjectDeleteFunc(admit admission.Interface, staticAttributes admission.Attributes, objInterfaces admission.ObjectInterfaces) ValidateObjectFunc {
mutatingAdmission, isMutatingAdmission := admit.(admission.MutationInterface)
validatingAdmission, isValidatingAdmission := admit.(admission.ValidationInterface)
mutating := isMutatingAdmission && mutatingAdmission.Handles(staticAttributes.GetOperation())
validating := isValidatingAdmission && validatingAdmission.Handles(staticAttributes.GetOperation())
return func(ctx context.Context, old runtime.Object) error {
if !mutating && !validating {
return nil
finalAttributes := admission.NewAttributesRecord(
// Deep copy the object to avoid accidentally changing the object.
if mutating {
if err := mutatingAdmission.Admit(ctx, finalAttributes, objInterfaces); err != nil {
return err
if validating {
if err := validatingAdmission.Validate(ctx, finalAttributes, objInterfaces); err != nil {
return err
return nil
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