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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.
You may obtain a copy of the License at
http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0
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WITHOUT WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS OF ANY KIND, either express or implied.
See the License for the specific language governing permissions and
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*/
package cloudprovider
import (
"context"
"errors"
"fmt"
"strings"
"k8s.io/api/core/v1"
"k8s.io/apimachinery/pkg/types"
"k8s.io/client-go/informers"
clientset "k8s.io/client-go/kubernetes"
restclient "k8s.io/client-go/rest"
)
// ControllerClientBuilder allows you to get clients and configs for controllers
// Please note a copy also exists in pkg/controller/client_builder.go
// TODO: Make this depend on the separate controller utilities repo (issues/68947)
type ControllerClientBuilder interface {
Config(name string) (*restclient.Config, error)
ConfigOrDie(name string) *restclient.Config
Client(name string) (clientset.Interface, error)
ClientOrDie(name string) clientset.Interface
}
// Interface is an abstract, pluggable interface for cloud providers.
type Interface interface {
// Initialize provides the cloud with a kubernetes client builder and may spawn goroutines
// to perform housekeeping or run custom controllers specific to the cloud provider.
// Any tasks started here should be cleaned up when the stop channel closes.
Initialize(clientBuilder ControllerClientBuilder, stop <-chan struct{})
// LoadBalancer returns a balancer interface. Also returns true if the interface is supported, false otherwise.
LoadBalancer() (LoadBalancer, bool)
// Instances returns an instances interface. Also returns true if the interface is supported, false otherwise.
Instances() (Instances, bool)
// InstancesV2 is an implementation for instances and should only be implemented by external cloud providers.
// Implementing InstancesV2 is behaviorally identical to Instances but is optimized to significantly reduce
// API calls to the cloud provider when registering and syncing nodes. Implementation of this interface will
// disable calls to the Zones interface. Also returns true if the interface is supported, false otherwise.
InstancesV2() (InstancesV2, bool)
// Zones returns a zones interface. Also returns true if the interface is supported, false otherwise.
// DEPRECATED: Zones is deprecated in favor of retrieving zone/region information from InstancesV2.
// This interface will not be called if InstancesV2 is enabled.
Zones() (Zones, bool)
// Clusters returns a clusters interface. Also returns true if the interface is supported, false otherwise.
Clusters() (Clusters, bool)
// Routes returns a routes interface along with whether the interface is supported.
Routes() (Routes, bool)
// ProviderName returns the cloud provider ID.
ProviderName() string
// HasClusterID returns true if a ClusterID is required and set
HasClusterID() bool
}
type InformerUser interface {
// SetInformers sets the informer on the cloud object.
SetInformers(informerFactory informers.SharedInformerFactory)
}
// Clusters is an abstract, pluggable interface for clusters of containers.
type Clusters interface {
// ListClusters lists the names of the available clusters.
ListClusters(ctx context.Context) ([]string, error)
// Master gets back the address (either DNS name or IP address) of the master node for the cluster.
Master(ctx context.Context, clusterName string) (string, error)
}
// (DEPRECATED) DefaultLoadBalancerName is the default load balancer name that is called from
// LoadBalancer.GetLoadBalancerName. Use this method to maintain backward compatible names for
// LoadBalancers that were created prior to Kubernetes v1.12. In the future, each provider should
// replace this method call in GetLoadBalancerName with a provider-specific implementation that
// is less cryptic than the Service's UUID.
func DefaultLoadBalancerName(service *v1.Service) string {
//GCE requires that the name of a load balancer starts with a lower case letter.
ret := "a" + string(service.UID)
ret = strings.Replace(ret, "-", "", -1)
//AWS requires that the name of a load balancer is shorter than 32 bytes.
if len(ret) > 32 {
ret = ret[:32]
}
return ret
}
// GetInstanceProviderID builds a ProviderID for a node in a cloud.
func GetInstanceProviderID(ctx context.Context, cloud Interface, nodeName types.NodeName) (string, error) {
instances, ok := cloud.Instances()
if !ok {
return "", fmt.Errorf("failed to get instances from cloud provider")
}
instanceID, err := instances.InstanceID(ctx, nodeName)
if err != nil {
if err == NotImplemented {
return "", err
}
return "", fmt.Errorf("failed to get instance ID from cloud provider: %v", err)
}
return cloud.ProviderName() + "://" + instanceID, nil
}
// LoadBalancer is an abstract, pluggable interface for load balancers.
//
// Cloud provider may chose to implement the logic for
// constructing/destroying specific kinds of load balancers in a
// controller separate from the ServiceController. If this is the case,
// then {Ensure,Update}LoadBalancer must return the ImplementedElsewhere error.
// For the given LB service, the GetLoadBalancer must return "exists=True" if
// there exists a LoadBalancer instance created by ServiceController.
// In all other cases, GetLoadBalancer must return a NotFound error.
// EnsureLoadBalancerDeleted must not return ImplementedElsewhere to ensure
// proper teardown of resources that were allocated by the ServiceController.
// This can happen if a user changes the type of LB via an update to the resource
// or when migrating from ServiceController to alternate implementation.
// The finalizer on the service will be added and removed by ServiceController
// irrespective of the ImplementedElsewhere error. Additional finalizers for
// LB services must be managed in the alternate implementation.
type LoadBalancer interface {
// TODO: Break this up into different interfaces (LB, etc) when we have more than one type of service
// GetLoadBalancer returns whether the specified load balancer exists, and
// if so, what its status is.
// Implementations must treat the *v1.Service parameter as read-only and not modify it.
// Parameter 'clusterName' is the name of the cluster as presented to kube-controller-manager
GetLoadBalancer(ctx context.Context, clusterName string, service *v1.Service) (status *v1.LoadBalancerStatus, exists bool, err error)
// GetLoadBalancerName returns the name of the load balancer. Implementations must treat the
// *v1.Service parameter as read-only and not modify it.
GetLoadBalancerName(ctx context.Context, clusterName string, service *v1.Service) string
// EnsureLoadBalancer creates a new load balancer 'name', or updates the existing one. Returns the status of the balancer
// Implementations must treat the *v1.Service and *v1.Node
// parameters as read-only and not modify them.
// Parameter 'clusterName' is the name of the cluster as presented to kube-controller-manager
EnsureLoadBalancer(ctx context.Context, clusterName string, service *v1.Service, nodes []*v1.Node) (*v1.LoadBalancerStatus, error)
// UpdateLoadBalancer updates hosts under the specified load balancer.
// Implementations must treat the *v1.Service and *v1.Node
// parameters as read-only and not modify them.
// Parameter 'clusterName' is the name of the cluster as presented to kube-controller-manager
UpdateLoadBalancer(ctx context.Context, clusterName string, service *v1.Service, nodes []*v1.Node) error
// EnsureLoadBalancerDeleted deletes the specified load balancer if it
// exists, returning nil if the load balancer specified either didn't exist or
// was successfully deleted.
// This construction is useful because many cloud providers' load balancers
// have multiple underlying components, meaning a Get could say that the LB
// doesn't exist even if some part of it is still laying around.
// Implementations must treat the *v1.Service parameter as read-only and not modify it.
// Parameter 'clusterName' is the name of the cluster as presented to kube-controller-manager
EnsureLoadBalancerDeleted(ctx context.Context, clusterName string, service *v1.Service) error
}
// Instances is an abstract, pluggable interface for sets of instances.
type Instances interface {
// NodeAddresses returns the addresses of the specified instance.
NodeAddresses(ctx context.Context, name types.NodeName) ([]v1.NodeAddress, error)
// NodeAddressesByProviderID returns the addresses of the specified instance.
// The instance is specified using the providerID of the node. The
// ProviderID is a unique identifier of the node. This will not be called
// from the node whose nodeaddresses are being queried. i.e. local metadata
// services cannot be used in this method to obtain nodeaddresses
NodeAddressesByProviderID(ctx context.Context, providerID string) ([]v1.NodeAddress, error)
// InstanceID returns the cloud provider ID of the node with the specified NodeName.
// Note that if the instance does not exist, we must return ("", cloudprovider.InstanceNotFound)
// cloudprovider.InstanceNotFound should NOT be returned for instances that exist but are stopped/sleeping
InstanceID(ctx context.Context, nodeName types.NodeName) (string, error)
// InstanceType returns the type of the specified instance.
InstanceType(ctx context.Context, name types.NodeName) (string, error)
// InstanceTypeByProviderID returns the type of the specified instance.
InstanceTypeByProviderID(ctx context.Context, providerID string) (string, error)
// AddSSHKeyToAllInstances adds an SSH public key as a legal identity for all instances
// expected format for the key is standard ssh-keygen format: <protocol> <blob>
AddSSHKeyToAllInstances(ctx context.Context, user string, keyData []byte) error
// CurrentNodeName returns the name of the node we are currently running on
// On most clouds (e.g. GCE) this is the hostname, so we provide the hostname
CurrentNodeName(ctx context.Context, hostname string) (types.NodeName, error)
// InstanceExistsByProviderID returns true if the instance for the given provider exists.
// If false is returned with no error, the instance will be immediately deleted by the cloud controller manager.
// This method should still return true for instances that exist but are stopped/sleeping.
InstanceExistsByProviderID(ctx context.Context, providerID string) (bool, error)
// InstanceShutdownByProviderID returns true if the instance is shutdown in cloudprovider
InstanceShutdownByProviderID(ctx context.Context, providerID string) (bool, error)
}
// InstancesV2 is an abstract, pluggable interface for cloud provider instances.
// Unlike the Instances interface, it is designed for external cloud providers and should only be used by them.
// Implementation of this interface will disable calls to the Zones interface.
type InstancesV2 interface {
// InstanceExists returns true if the instance for the given node exists according to the cloud provider.
// Use the node.name or node.spec.providerID field to find the node in the cloud provider.
InstanceExists(ctx context.Context, node *v1.Node) (bool, error)
// InstanceShutdown returns true if the instance is shutdown according to the cloud provider.
// Use the node.name or node.spec.providerID field to find the node in the cloud provider.
InstanceShutdown(ctx context.Context, node *v1.Node) (bool, error)
// InstanceMetadata returns the instance's metadata. The values returned in InstanceMetadata are
// translated into specific fields and labels in the Node object on registration.
// Implementations should always check node.spec.providerID first when trying to discover the instance
// for a given node. In cases where node.spec.providerID is empty, implementations can use other
// properties of the node like its name, labels and annotations.
InstanceMetadata(ctx context.Context, node *v1.Node) (*InstanceMetadata, error)
}
// Route is a representation of an advanced routing rule.
type Route struct {
// Name is the name of the routing rule in the cloud-provider.
// It will be ignored in a Create (although nameHint may influence it)
Name string
// TargetNode is the NodeName of the target instance.
TargetNode types.NodeName
// DestinationCIDR is the CIDR format IP range that this routing rule
// applies to.
DestinationCIDR string
// Blackhole is set to true if this is a blackhole route
// The node controller will delete the route if it is in the managed range.
Blackhole bool
}
// Routes is an abstract, pluggable interface for advanced routing rules.
type Routes interface {
// ListRoutes lists all managed routes that belong to the specified clusterName
ListRoutes(ctx context.Context, clusterName string) ([]*Route, error)
// CreateRoute creates the described managed route
// route.Name will be ignored, although the cloud-provider may use nameHint
// to create a more user-meaningful name.
CreateRoute(ctx context.Context, clusterName string, nameHint string, route *Route) error
// DeleteRoute deletes the specified managed route
// Route should be as returned by ListRoutes
DeleteRoute(ctx context.Context, clusterName string, route *Route) error
}
var (
DiskNotFound = errors.New("disk is not found")
ImplementedElsewhere = errors.New("implemented by alternate to cloud provider")
InstanceNotFound = errors.New("instance not found")
NotImplemented = errors.New("unimplemented")
)
// Zone represents the location of a particular machine.
type Zone struct {
FailureDomain string
Region string
}
// Zones is an abstract, pluggable interface for zone enumeration.
// DEPRECATED: Zones is deprecated in favor of retrieving zone/region information from InstancesV2.
// This interface will not be called if InstancesV2 is enabled.
type Zones interface {
// GetZone returns the Zone containing the current failure zone and locality region that the program is running in
// In most cases, this method is called from the kubelet querying a local metadata service to acquire its zone.
// For the case of external cloud providers, use GetZoneByProviderID or GetZoneByNodeName since GetZone
// can no longer be called from the kubelets.
GetZone(ctx context.Context) (Zone, error)
// GetZoneByProviderID returns the Zone containing the current zone and locality region of the node specified by providerID
// This method is particularly used in the context of external cloud providers where node initialization must be done
// outside the kubelets.
GetZoneByProviderID(ctx context.Context, providerID string) (Zone, error)
// GetZoneByNodeName returns the Zone containing the current zone and locality region of the node specified by node name
// This method is particularly used in the context of external cloud providers where node initialization must be done
// outside the kubelets.
GetZoneByNodeName(ctx context.Context, nodeName types.NodeName) (Zone, error)
}
// PVLabeler is an abstract, pluggable interface for fetching labels for volumes
type PVLabeler interface {
GetLabelsForVolume(ctx context.Context, pv *v1.PersistentVolume) (map[string]string, error)
}
// InstanceMetadata contains metadata about a specific instance.
// Values returned in InstanceMetadata are translated into specific fields and labels for Node.
type InstanceMetadata struct {
// ProviderID is a unique ID used to idenfitify an instance on the cloud provider.
// The ProviderID set here will be set on the node's spec.providerID field.
// The provider ID format can be set by the cloud provider but providers should
// ensure the format does not change in any incompatible way.
//
// The provider ID format used by existing cloud provider has been:
// <provider-name>://<instance-id>
// Existing providers setting this field should preserve the existing format
// currently being set in node.spec.providerID.
ProviderID string
// InstanceType is the instance's type.
// The InstanceType set here will be set using the following labels on the node object:
// * node.kubernetes.io/instance-type=<instance-type>
// * beta.kubernetes.io/instance-type=<instance-type> (DEPRECATED)
InstanceType string
// NodeAddress contains information for the instance's address.
// The node addresses returned here will be set on the node's status.addresses field.
NodeAddresses []v1.NodeAddress
// Zone is the zone that the instance is in.
// The value set here is applied as the following labels on the node:
// * topology.kubernetes.io/zone=<zone>
// * failure-domain.beta.kubernetes.io/zone=<zone> (DEPRECATED)
Zone string
// Region is the region that the instance is in.
// The value set here is applied as the following labels on the node:
// * topology.kubernetes.io/region=<region>
// * failure-domain.beta.kubernetes.io/region=<region> (DEPRECATED)
Region string
}