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Copyright 2016 The Kubernetes Authors.
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package server
import (
goruntime "runtime"
jsonpatch ""
utilwaitgroup ""
auditpolicy ""
authenticatorunion ""
authorizerunion ""
genericapifilters ""
apiopenapi ""
apirequest ""
genericregistry ""
genericfilters ""
serverstore ""
restclient ""
openapicommon ""
// install apis
_ ""
const (
// DefaultLegacyAPIPrefix is where the legacy APIs will be located.
DefaultLegacyAPIPrefix = "/api"
// APIGroupPrefix is where non-legacy API group will be located.
APIGroupPrefix = "/apis"
// Config is a structure used to configure a GenericAPIServer.
// Its members are sorted roughly in order of importance for composers.
type Config struct {
// SecureServing is required to serve https
SecureServing *SecureServingInfo
// Authentication is the configuration for authentication
Authentication AuthenticationInfo
// Authorization is the configuration for authorization
Authorization AuthorizationInfo
// LoopbackClientConfig is a config for a privileged loopback connection to the API server
// This is required for proper functioning of the PostStartHooks on a GenericAPIServer
// TODO: move into SecureServing(WithLoopback) as soon as insecure serving is gone
LoopbackClientConfig *restclient.Config
// EgressSelector provides a lookup mechanism for dialing outbound connections.
// It does so based on a EgressSelectorConfiguration which was read at startup.
EgressSelector *egressselector.EgressSelector
// RuleResolver is required to get the list of rules that apply to a given user
// in a given namespace
RuleResolver authorizer.RuleResolver
// AdmissionControl performs deep inspection of a given request (including content)
// to set values and determine whether its allowed
AdmissionControl admission.Interface
CorsAllowedOriginList []string
EnableIndex bool
EnableProfiling bool
EnableDiscovery bool
// Requires generic profiling enabled
EnableContentionProfiling bool
EnableMetrics bool
DisabledPostStartHooks sets.String
// done values in this values for this map are ignored.
PostStartHooks map[string]PostStartHookConfigEntry
// Version will enable the /version endpoint if non-nil
Version *version.Info
// AuditBackend is where audit events are sent to.
AuditBackend audit.Backend
// AuditPolicyChecker makes the decision of whether and how to audit log a request.
AuditPolicyChecker auditpolicy.Checker
// ExternalAddress is the host name to use for external (public internet) facing URLs (e.g. Swagger)
// Will default to a value based on secure serving info and available ipv4 IPs.
ExternalAddress string
// Fields you probably don't care about changing
// BuildHandlerChainFunc allows you to build custom handler chains by decorating the apiHandler.
BuildHandlerChainFunc func(apiHandler http.Handler, c *Config) (secure http.Handler)
// HandlerChainWaitGroup allows you to wait for all chain handlers exit after the server shutdown.
HandlerChainWaitGroup *utilwaitgroup.SafeWaitGroup
// DiscoveryAddresses is used to build the IPs pass to discovery. If nil, the ExternalAddress is
// always reported
DiscoveryAddresses discovery.Addresses
// The default set of healthz checks. There might be more added via AddHealthChecks dynamically.
HealthzChecks []healthz.HealthChecker
// The default set of livez checks. There might be more added via AddHealthChecks dynamically.
LivezChecks []healthz.HealthChecker
// The default set of readyz-only checks. There might be more added via AddReadyzChecks dynamically.
ReadyzChecks []healthz.HealthChecker
// LegacyAPIGroupPrefixes is used to set up URL parsing for authorization and for validating requests
// to InstallLegacyAPIGroup. New API servers don't generally have legacy groups at all.
LegacyAPIGroupPrefixes sets.String
// RequestInfoResolver is used to assign attributes (used by admission and authorization) based on a request URL.
// Use-cases that are like kubelets may need to customize this.
RequestInfoResolver apirequest.RequestInfoResolver
// Serializer is required and provides the interface for serializing and converting objects to and from the wire
// The default (api.Codecs) usually works fine.
Serializer runtime.NegotiatedSerializer
// OpenAPIConfig will be used in generating OpenAPI spec. This is nil by default. Use DefaultOpenAPIConfig for "working" defaults.
OpenAPIConfig *openapicommon.Config
// RESTOptionsGetter is used to construct RESTStorage types via the generic registry.
RESTOptionsGetter genericregistry.RESTOptionsGetter
// If specified, all requests except those which match the LongRunningFunc predicate will timeout
// after this duration.
RequestTimeout time.Duration
// If specified, long running requests such as watch will be allocated a random timeout between this value, and
// twice this value. Note that it is up to the request handlers to ignore or honor this timeout. In seconds.
MinRequestTimeout int
// This represents the maximum amount of time it should take for apiserver to complete its startup
// sequence and become healthy. From apiserver's start time to when this amount of time has
// elapsed, /livez will assume that unfinished post-start hooks will complete successfully and
// therefore return true.
LivezGracePeriod time.Duration
// ShutdownDelayDuration allows to block shutdown for some time, e.g. until endpoints pointing to this API server
// have converged on all node. During this time, the API server keeps serving, /healthz will return 200,
// but /readyz will return failure.
ShutdownDelayDuration time.Duration
// The limit on the total size increase all "copy" operations in a json
// patch may cause.
// This affects all places that applies json patch in the binary.
JSONPatchMaxCopyBytes int64
// The limit on the request size that would be accepted and decoded in a write request
// 0 means no limit.
MaxRequestBodyBytes int64
// MaxRequestsInFlight is the maximum number of parallel non-long-running requests. Every further
// request has to wait. Applies only to non-mutating requests.
MaxRequestsInFlight int
// MaxMutatingRequestsInFlight is the maximum number of parallel mutating requests. Every further
// request has to wait.
MaxMutatingRequestsInFlight int
// Predicate which is true for paths of long-running http requests
LongRunningFunc apirequest.LongRunningRequestCheck
// MergedResourceConfig indicates which groupVersion enabled and its resources enabled/disabled.
// This is composed of genericapiserver defaultAPIResourceConfig and those parsed from flags.
// If not specify any in flags, then genericapiserver will only enable defaultAPIResourceConfig.
MergedResourceConfig *serverstore.ResourceConfig
// values below here are targets for removal
// PublicAddress is the IP address where members of the cluster (kubelet,
// kube-proxy, services, etc.) can reach the GenericAPIServer.
// If nil or, the host's default interface will be used.
PublicAddress net.IP
// EquivalentResourceRegistry provides information about resources equivalent to a given resource,
// and the kind associated with a given resource. As resources are installed, they are registered here.
EquivalentResourceRegistry runtime.EquivalentResourceRegistry
type RecommendedConfig struct {
// SharedInformerFactory provides shared informers for Kubernetes resources. This value is set by
// RecommendedOptions.CoreAPI.ApplyTo called by RecommendedOptions.ApplyTo. It uses an in-cluster client config
// by default, or the kubeconfig given with kubeconfig command line flag.
SharedInformerFactory informers.SharedInformerFactory
// ClientConfig holds the kubernetes client configuration.
// This value is set by RecommendedOptions.CoreAPI.ApplyTo called by RecommendedOptions.ApplyTo.
// By default in-cluster client config is used.
ClientConfig *restclient.Config
type SecureServingInfo struct {
// Listener is the secure server network listener.
Listener net.Listener
// Cert is the main server cert which is used if SNI does not match. Cert must be non-nil and is
// allowed to be in SNICerts.
Cert dynamiccertificates.CertKeyContentProvider
// SNICerts are the TLS certificates used for SNI.
SNICerts []dynamiccertificates.SNICertKeyContentProvider
// ClientCA is the certificate bundle for all the signers that you'll recognize for incoming client certificates
ClientCA dynamiccertificates.CAContentProvider
// MinTLSVersion optionally overrides the minimum TLS version supported.
// Values are from tls package constants (
MinTLSVersion uint16
// CipherSuites optionally overrides the list of allowed cipher suites for the server.
// Values are from tls package constants (
CipherSuites []uint16
// HTTP2MaxStreamsPerConnection is the limit that the api server imposes on each client.
// A value of zero means to use the default provided by golang's HTTP/2 support.
HTTP2MaxStreamsPerConnection int
// DisableHTTP2 indicates that http2 should not be enabled.
DisableHTTP2 bool
type AuthenticationInfo struct {
// APIAudiences is a list of identifier that the API identifies as. This is
// used by some authenticators to validate audience bound credentials.
APIAudiences authenticator.Audiences
// Authenticator determines which subject is making the request
Authenticator authenticator.Request
// SupportsBasicAuth indicates that's at least one Authenticator supports basic auth
// If this is true, a basic auth challenge is returned on authentication failure
// TODO(roberthbailey): Remove once the server no longer supports http basic auth.
SupportsBasicAuth bool
type AuthorizationInfo struct {
// Authorizer determines whether the subject is allowed to make the request based only
// on the RequestURI
Authorizer authorizer.Authorizer
// NewConfig returns a Config struct with the default values
func NewConfig(codecs serializer.CodecFactory) *Config {
defaultHealthChecks := []healthz.HealthChecker{healthz.PingHealthz, healthz.LogHealthz}
return &Config{
Serializer: codecs,
BuildHandlerChainFunc: DefaultBuildHandlerChain,
HandlerChainWaitGroup: new(utilwaitgroup.SafeWaitGroup),
LegacyAPIGroupPrefixes: sets.NewString(DefaultLegacyAPIPrefix),
DisabledPostStartHooks: sets.NewString(),
PostStartHooks: map[string]PostStartHookConfigEntry{},
HealthzChecks: append([]healthz.HealthChecker{}, defaultHealthChecks...),
ReadyzChecks: append([]healthz.HealthChecker{}, defaultHealthChecks...),
LivezChecks: append([]healthz.HealthChecker{}, defaultHealthChecks...),
EnableIndex: true,
EnableDiscovery: true,
EnableProfiling: true,
EnableMetrics: true,
MaxRequestsInFlight: 400,
MaxMutatingRequestsInFlight: 200,
RequestTimeout: time.Duration(60) * time.Second,
MinRequestTimeout: 1800,
LivezGracePeriod: time.Duration(0),
ShutdownDelayDuration: time.Duration(0),
// 1.5MB is the default client request size in bytes
// the etcd server should accept. See
// A request body might be encoded in json, and is converted to
// proto when persisted in etcd, so we allow 2x as the largest size
// increase the "copy" operations in a json patch may cause.
JSONPatchMaxCopyBytes: int64(3 * 1024 * 1024),
// 1.5MB is the recommended client request size in byte
// the etcd server should accept. See
// A request body might be encoded in json, and is converted to
// proto when persisted in etcd, so we allow 2x as the largest request
// body size to be accepted and decoded in a write request.
MaxRequestBodyBytes: int64(3 * 1024 * 1024),
// Default to treating watch as a long-running operation
// Generic API servers have no inherent long-running subresources
LongRunningFunc: genericfilters.BasicLongRunningRequestCheck(sets.NewString("watch"), sets.NewString()),
// NewRecommendedConfig returns a RecommendedConfig struct with the default values
func NewRecommendedConfig(codecs serializer.CodecFactory) *RecommendedConfig {
return &RecommendedConfig{
Config: *NewConfig(codecs),
func DefaultOpenAPIConfig(getDefinitions openapicommon.GetOpenAPIDefinitions, defNamer *apiopenapi.DefinitionNamer) *openapicommon.Config {
return &openapicommon.Config{
ProtocolList: []string{"https"},
IgnorePrefixes: []string{},
Info: &spec.Info{
InfoProps: spec.InfoProps{
Title: "Generic API Server",
DefaultResponse: &spec.Response{
ResponseProps: spec.ResponseProps{
Description: "Default Response.",
GetOperationIDAndTags: apiopenapi.GetOperationIDAndTags,
GetDefinitionName: defNamer.GetDefinitionName,
GetDefinitions: getDefinitions,
func (c *AuthenticationInfo) ApplyClientCert(clientCA dynamiccertificates.CAContentProvider, servingInfo *SecureServingInfo) error {
if servingInfo == nil {
return nil
if clientCA == nil {
return nil
if servingInfo.ClientCA == nil {
servingInfo.ClientCA = clientCA
return nil
servingInfo.ClientCA = dynamiccertificates.NewUnionCAContentProvider(servingInfo.ClientCA, clientCA)
return nil
type completedConfig struct {
// values below here are filled in during completion
// SharedInformerFactory provides shared informers for resources
SharedInformerFactory informers.SharedInformerFactory
type CompletedConfig struct {
// Embed a private pointer that cannot be instantiated outside of this package.
// AddHealthChecks adds a health check to our config to be exposed by the health endpoints
// of our configured apiserver. We should prefer this to adding healthChecks directly to
// the config unless we explicitly want to add a healthcheck only to a specific health endpoint.
func (c *Config) AddHealthChecks(healthChecks ...healthz.HealthChecker) {
for _, check := range healthChecks {
c.HealthzChecks = append(c.HealthzChecks, check)
c.LivezChecks = append(c.LivezChecks, check)
c.ReadyzChecks = append(c.ReadyzChecks, check)
// AddPostStartHook allows you to add a PostStartHook that will later be added to the server itself in a New call.
// Name conflicts will cause an error.
func (c *Config) AddPostStartHook(name string, hook PostStartHookFunc) error {
if len(name) == 0 {
return fmt.Errorf("missing name")
if hook == nil {
return fmt.Errorf("hook func may not be nil: %q", name)
if c.DisabledPostStartHooks.Has(name) {
klog.V(1).Infof("skipping %q because it was explicitly disabled", name)
return nil
if postStartHook, exists := c.PostStartHooks[name]; exists {
// this is programmer error, but it can be hard to debug
return fmt.Errorf("unable to add %q because it was already registered by: %s", name, postStartHook.originatingStack)
c.PostStartHooks[name] = PostStartHookConfigEntry{hook: hook, originatingStack: string(debug.Stack())}
return nil
// AddPostStartHookOrDie allows you to add a PostStartHook, but dies on failure.
func (c *Config) AddPostStartHookOrDie(name string, hook PostStartHookFunc) {
if err := c.AddPostStartHook(name, hook); err != nil {
klog.Fatalf("Error registering PostStartHook %q: %v", name, err)
// Complete fills in any fields not set that are required to have valid data and can be derived
// from other fields. If you're going to `ApplyOptions`, do that first. It's mutating the receiver.
func (c *Config) Complete(informers informers.SharedInformerFactory) CompletedConfig {
if len(c.ExternalAddress) == 0 && c.PublicAddress != nil {
c.ExternalAddress = c.PublicAddress.String()
// if there is no port, and we listen on one securely, use that one
if _, _, err := net.SplitHostPort(c.ExternalAddress); err != nil {
if c.SecureServing == nil {
klog.Fatalf("cannot derive external address port without listening on a secure port.")
_, port, err := c.SecureServing.HostPort()
if err != nil {
klog.Fatalf("cannot derive external address from the secure port: %v", err)
c.ExternalAddress = net.JoinHostPort(c.ExternalAddress, strconv.Itoa(port))
if c.OpenAPIConfig != nil {
if c.OpenAPIConfig.SecurityDefinitions != nil {
// Setup OpenAPI security: all APIs will have the same authentication for now.
c.OpenAPIConfig.DefaultSecurity = []map[string][]string{}
keys := []string{}
for k := range *c.OpenAPIConfig.SecurityDefinitions {
keys = append(keys, k)
for _, k := range keys {
c.OpenAPIConfig.DefaultSecurity = append(c.OpenAPIConfig.DefaultSecurity, map[string][]string{k: {}})
if c.OpenAPIConfig.CommonResponses == nil {
c.OpenAPIConfig.CommonResponses = map[int]spec.Response{}
if _, exists := c.OpenAPIConfig.CommonResponses[http.StatusUnauthorized]; !exists {
c.OpenAPIConfig.CommonResponses[http.StatusUnauthorized] = spec.Response{
ResponseProps: spec.ResponseProps{
Description: "Unauthorized",
// make sure we populate info, and info.version, if not manually set
if c.OpenAPIConfig.Info == nil {
c.OpenAPIConfig.Info = &spec.Info{}
if c.OpenAPIConfig.Info.Version == "" {
if c.Version != nil {
c.OpenAPIConfig.Info.Version = strings.Split(c.Version.String(), "-")[0]
} else {
c.OpenAPIConfig.Info.Version = "unversioned"
if c.DiscoveryAddresses == nil {
c.DiscoveryAddresses = discovery.DefaultAddresses{DefaultAddress: c.ExternalAddress}
AuthorizeClientBearerToken(c.LoopbackClientConfig, &c.Authentication, &c.Authorization)
if c.RequestInfoResolver == nil {
c.RequestInfoResolver = NewRequestInfoResolver(c)
if c.EquivalentResourceRegistry == nil {
if c.RESTOptionsGetter == nil {
c.EquivalentResourceRegistry = runtime.NewEquivalentResourceRegistry()
} else {
c.EquivalentResourceRegistry = runtime.NewEquivalentResourceRegistryWithIdentity(func(groupResource schema.GroupResource) string {
// use the storage prefix as the key if possible
if opts, err := c.RESTOptionsGetter.GetRESTOptions(groupResource); err == nil {
return opts.ResourcePrefix
// otherwise return "" to use the default key (parent GV name)
return ""
return CompletedConfig{&completedConfig{c, informers}}
// Complete fills in any fields not set that are required to have valid data and can be derived
// from other fields. If you're going to `ApplyOptions`, do that first. It's mutating the receiver.
func (c *RecommendedConfig) Complete() CompletedConfig {
return c.Config.Complete(c.SharedInformerFactory)
// New creates a new server which logically combines the handling chain with the passed server.
// name is used to differentiate for logging. The handler chain in particular can be difficult as it starts delgating.
// delegationTarget may not be nil.
func (c completedConfig) New(name string, delegationTarget DelegationTarget) (*GenericAPIServer, error) {
if c.Serializer == nil {
return nil, fmt.Errorf("Genericapiserver.New() called with config.Serializer == nil")
if c.LoopbackClientConfig == nil {
return nil, fmt.Errorf("Genericapiserver.New() called with config.LoopbackClientConfig == nil")
if c.EquivalentResourceRegistry == nil {
return nil, fmt.Errorf("Genericapiserver.New() called with config.EquivalentResourceRegistry == nil")
handlerChainBuilder := func(handler http.Handler) http.Handler {
return c.BuildHandlerChainFunc(handler, c.Config)
apiServerHandler := NewAPIServerHandler(name, c.Serializer, handlerChainBuilder, delegationTarget.UnprotectedHandler())
s := &GenericAPIServer{
discoveryAddresses: c.DiscoveryAddresses,
LoopbackClientConfig: c.LoopbackClientConfig,
legacyAPIGroupPrefixes: c.LegacyAPIGroupPrefixes,
admissionControl: c.AdmissionControl,
Serializer: c.Serializer,
AuditBackend: c.AuditBackend,
Authorizer: c.Authorization.Authorizer,
delegationTarget: delegationTarget,
EquivalentResourceRegistry: c.EquivalentResourceRegistry,
HandlerChainWaitGroup: c.HandlerChainWaitGroup,
minRequestTimeout: time.Duration(c.MinRequestTimeout) * time.Second,
ShutdownTimeout: c.RequestTimeout,
ShutdownDelayDuration: c.ShutdownDelayDuration,
SecureServingInfo: c.SecureServing,
ExternalAddress: c.ExternalAddress,
Handler: apiServerHandler,
listedPathProvider: apiServerHandler,
openAPIConfig: c.OpenAPIConfig,
postStartHooks: map[string]postStartHookEntry{},
preShutdownHooks: map[string]preShutdownHookEntry{},
disabledPostStartHooks: c.DisabledPostStartHooks,
healthzChecks: c.HealthzChecks,
livezChecks: c.LivezChecks,
readyzChecks: c.ReadyzChecks,
readinessStopCh: make(chan struct{}),
livezGracePeriod: c.LivezGracePeriod,
DiscoveryGroupManager: discovery.NewRootAPIsHandler(c.DiscoveryAddresses, c.Serializer),
maxRequestBodyBytes: c.MaxRequestBodyBytes,
livezClock: clock.RealClock{},
for {
if c.JSONPatchMaxCopyBytes <= 0 {
existing := atomic.LoadInt64(&jsonpatch.AccumulatedCopySizeLimit)
if existing > 0 && existing < c.JSONPatchMaxCopyBytes {
if atomic.CompareAndSwapInt64(&jsonpatch.AccumulatedCopySizeLimit, existing, c.JSONPatchMaxCopyBytes) {
// first add poststarthooks from delegated targets
for k, v := range delegationTarget.PostStartHooks() {
s.postStartHooks[k] = v
for k, v := range delegationTarget.PreShutdownHooks() {
s.preShutdownHooks[k] = v
// add poststarthooks that were preconfigured. Using the add method will give us an error if the same name has already been registered.
for name, preconfiguredPostStartHook := range c.PostStartHooks {
if err := s.AddPostStartHook(name, preconfiguredPostStartHook.hook); err != nil {
return nil, err
genericApiServerHookName := "generic-apiserver-start-informers"
if c.SharedInformerFactory != nil && !s.isPostStartHookRegistered(genericApiServerHookName) {
err := s.AddPostStartHook(genericApiServerHookName, func(context PostStartHookContext) error {
return nil
if err != nil {
return nil, err
for _, delegateCheck := range delegationTarget.HealthzChecks() {
skip := false
for _, existingCheck := range c.HealthzChecks {
if existingCheck.Name() == delegateCheck.Name() {
skip = true
if skip {
s.listedPathProvider = routes.ListedPathProviders{s.listedPathProvider, delegationTarget}
installAPI(s, c.Config)
// use the UnprotectedHandler from the delegation target to ensure that we don't attempt to double authenticator, authorize,
// or some other part of the filter chain in delegation cases.
if delegationTarget.UnprotectedHandler() == nil && c.EnableIndex {
StatusCode: http.StatusNotFound,
PathProvider: s.listedPathProvider,
return s, nil
func DefaultBuildHandlerChain(apiHandler http.Handler, c *Config) http.Handler {
handler := genericapifilters.WithAuthorization(apiHandler, c.Authorization.Authorizer, c.Serializer)
handler = genericfilters.WithMaxInFlightLimit(handler, c.MaxRequestsInFlight, c.MaxMutatingRequestsInFlight, c.LongRunningFunc)
handler = genericapifilters.WithImpersonation(handler, c.Authorization.Authorizer, c.Serializer)
handler = genericapifilters.WithAudit(handler, c.AuditBackend, c.AuditPolicyChecker, c.LongRunningFunc)
failedHandler := genericapifilters.Unauthorized(c.Serializer, c.Authentication.SupportsBasicAuth)
failedHandler = genericapifilters.WithFailedAuthenticationAudit(failedHandler, c.AuditBackend, c.AuditPolicyChecker)
handler = genericapifilters.WithAuthentication(handler, c.Authentication.Authenticator, failedHandler, c.Authentication.APIAudiences)
handler = genericfilters.WithCORS(handler, c.CorsAllowedOriginList, nil, nil, nil, "true")
handler = genericfilters.WithTimeoutForNonLongRunningRequests(handler, c.LongRunningFunc, c.RequestTimeout)
handler = genericfilters.WithWaitGroup(handler, c.LongRunningFunc, c.HandlerChainWaitGroup)
handler = genericapifilters.WithRequestInfo(handler, c.RequestInfoResolver)
handler = genericfilters.WithPanicRecovery(handler)
return handler
func installAPI(s *GenericAPIServer, c *Config) {
if c.EnableIndex {
routes.Index{}.Install(s.listedPathProvider, s.Handler.NonGoRestfulMux)
if c.EnableProfiling {
if c.EnableContentionProfiling {
// so far, only logging related endpoints are considered valid to add for these debug flags.
routes.DebugFlags{}.Install(s.Handler.NonGoRestfulMux, "v", routes.StringFlagPutHandler(logs.GlogSetter))
if c.EnableMetrics {
if c.EnableProfiling {
} else {
routes.Version{Version: c.Version}.Install(s.Handler.GoRestfulContainer)
if c.EnableDiscovery {
func NewRequestInfoResolver(c *Config) *apirequest.RequestInfoFactory {
apiPrefixes := sets.NewString(strings.Trim(APIGroupPrefix, "/")) // all possible API prefixes
legacyAPIPrefixes := sets.String{} // APIPrefixes that won't have groups (legacy)
for legacyAPIPrefix := range c.LegacyAPIGroupPrefixes {
apiPrefixes.Insert(strings.Trim(legacyAPIPrefix, "/"))
legacyAPIPrefixes.Insert(strings.Trim(legacyAPIPrefix, "/"))
return &apirequest.RequestInfoFactory{
APIPrefixes: apiPrefixes,
GrouplessAPIPrefixes: legacyAPIPrefixes,
func (s *SecureServingInfo) HostPort() (string, int, error) {
if s == nil || s.Listener == nil {
return "", 0, fmt.Errorf("no listener found")
addr := s.Listener.Addr().String()
host, portStr, err := net.SplitHostPort(addr)
if err != nil {
return "", 0, fmt.Errorf("failed to get port from listener address %q: %v", addr, err)
port, err := strconv.Atoi(portStr)
if err != nil {
return "", 0, fmt.Errorf("invalid non-numeric port %q", portStr)
return host, port, nil
// AuthorizeClientBearerToken wraps the authenticator and authorizer in loopback authentication logic
// if the loopback client config is specified AND it has a bearer token. Note that if either authn or
// authz is nil, this function won't add a token authenticator or authorizer.
func AuthorizeClientBearerToken(loopback *restclient.Config, authn *AuthenticationInfo, authz *AuthorizationInfo) {
if loopback == nil || len(loopback.BearerToken) == 0 {
if authn == nil || authz == nil {
// prevent nil pointer panic
if authn.Authenticator == nil || authz.Authorizer == nil {
// authenticator or authorizer might be nil if we want to bypass authz/authn
// and we also do nothing in this case.
privilegedLoopbackToken := loopback.BearerToken
var uid = uuid.New().String()
tokens := make(map[string]*user.DefaultInfo)
tokens[privilegedLoopbackToken] = &user.DefaultInfo{
Name: user.APIServerUser,
UID: uid,
Groups: []string{user.SystemPrivilegedGroup},
tokenAuthenticator := authenticatorfactory.NewFromTokens(tokens)
authn.Authenticator = authenticatorunion.New(tokenAuthenticator, authn.Authenticator)
tokenAuthorizer := authorizerfactory.NewPrivilegedGroups(user.SystemPrivilegedGroup)
authz.Authorizer = authorizerunion.New(tokenAuthorizer, authz.Authorizer)
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