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#!/bin/bash
# Copyright 2015 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
#
# Unless required by applicable law or agreed to in writing, software
# distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS IS" BASIS,
# WITHOUT WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS OF ANY KIND, either express or implied.
# See the License for the specific language governing permissions and
# limitations under the License.
set -o errexit
set -o nounset
set -o pipefail
# If we have any arguments at all, this is a push and not just setup.
is_push=$@
function ensure-basic-networking() {
# Deal with GCE networking bring-up race. (We rely on DNS for a lot,
# and it's just not worth doing a whole lot of startup work if this
# isn't ready yet.)
until getent hosts metadata.google.internal &>/dev/null; do
echo 'Waiting for functional DNS (trying to resolve metadata.google.internal)...'
sleep 3
done
until getent hosts $(hostname -f || echo _error_) &>/dev/null; do
echo 'Waiting for functional DNS (trying to resolve my own FQDN)...'
sleep 3
done
until getent hosts $(hostname -i || echo _error_) &>/dev/null; do
echo 'Waiting for functional DNS (trying to resolve my own IP)...'
sleep 3
done
echo "Networking functional on $(hostname) ($(hostname -i))"
}
# A hookpoint for installing any needed packages
ensure-packages() {
:
}
function create-node-pki {
echo "Creating node pki files"
local -r pki_dir="/etc/kubernetes/pki"
mkdir -p "${pki_dir}"
if [[ -z "${CA_CERT_BUNDLE:-}" ]]; then
CA_CERT_BUNDLE="${CA_CERT}"
fi
CA_CERT_BUNDLE_PATH="${pki_dir}/ca-certificates.crt"
echo "${CA_CERT_BUNDLE}" | base64 --decode > "${CA_CERT_BUNDLE_PATH}"
if [[ ! -z "${KUBELET_CERT:-}" && ! -z "${KUBELET_KEY:-}" ]]; then
KUBELET_CERT_PATH="${pki_dir}/kubelet.crt"
echo "${KUBELET_CERT}" | base64 --decode > "${KUBELET_CERT_PATH}"
KUBELET_KEY_PATH="${pki_dir}/kubelet.key"
echo "${KUBELET_KEY}" | base64 --decode > "${KUBELET_KEY_PATH}"
fi
# TODO(mikedanese): remove this when we don't support downgrading to versions
# < 1.6.
ln -sf "${CA_CERT_BUNDLE_PATH}" /etc/kubernetes/ca.crt
}
# A hookpoint for setting up local devices
ensure-local-disks() {
for ssd in /dev/disk/by-id/google-local-ssd-*; do
if [ -e "$ssd" ]; then
ssdnum=`echo $ssd | sed -e 's/\/dev\/disk\/by-id\/google-local-ssd-\([0-9]*\)/\1/'`
echo "Formatting and mounting local SSD $ssd to /mnt/disks/ssd$ssdnum"
mkdir -p /mnt/disks/ssd$ssdnum
/usr/share/google/safe_format_and_mount -m "mkfs.ext4 -F" "${ssd}" /mnt/disks/ssd$ssdnum &>/var/log/local-ssd-$ssdnum-mount.log || \
{ echo "Local SSD $ssdnum mount failed, review /var/log/local-ssd-$ssdnum-mount.log"; return 1; }
else
echo "No local SSD disks found."
fi
done
}
function config-ip-firewall {
echo "Configuring IP firewall rules"
iptables -N KUBE-METADATA-SERVER
iptables -I FORWARD -p tcp -d 169.254.169.254 --dport 80 -j KUBE-METADATA-SERVER
if [[ -n "${KUBE_FIREWALL_METADATA_SERVER:-}" ]]; then
iptables -A KUBE-METADATA-SERVER -j DROP
fi
}
function ensure-install-dir() {
INSTALL_DIR="/var/cache/kubernetes-install"
mkdir -p ${INSTALL_DIR}
cd ${INSTALL_DIR}
}
function salt-apiserver-timeout-grain() {
cat <<EOF >>/etc/salt/minion.d/grains.conf
minRequestTimeout: '$1'
EOF
}
function set-broken-motd() {
echo -e '\nBroken (or in progress) Kubernetes node setup! Suggested first step:\n tail /var/log/startupscript.log\n' > /etc/motd
}
function reset-motd() {
# kubelet is installed both on the master and nodes, and the version is easy to parse (unlike kubectl)
local -r version="$(/usr/local/bin/kubelet --version=true | cut -f2 -d " ")"
# This logic grabs either a release tag (v1.2.1 or v1.2.1-alpha.1),
# or the git hash that's in the build info.
local gitref="$(echo "${version}" | sed -r "s/(v[0-9]+\.[0-9]+\.[0-9]+)(-[a-z]+\.[0-9]+)?.*/\1\2/g")"
local devel=""
if [[ "${gitref}" != "${version}" ]]; then
devel="
Note: This looks like a development version, which might not be present on GitHub.
If it isn't, the closest tag is at:
https://github.com/kubernetes/kubernetes/tree/${gitref}
"
gitref="${version//*+/}"
fi
cat > /etc/motd <<EOF
Welcome to Kubernetes ${version}!
You can find documentation for Kubernetes at:
http://docs.kubernetes.io/
The source for this release can be found at:
/usr/local/share/doc/kubernetes/kubernetes-src.tar.gz
Or you can download it at:
https://storage.googleapis.com/kubernetes-release/release/${version}/kubernetes-src.tar.gz
It is based on the Kubernetes source at:
https://github.com/kubernetes/kubernetes/tree/${gitref}
${devel}
For Kubernetes copyright and licensing information, see:
/usr/local/share/doc/kubernetes/LICENSES
EOF
}
function curl-metadata() {
curl --fail --retry 5 --silent -H 'Metadata-Flavor: Google' "http://metadata/computeMetadata/v1/instance/attributes/${1}"
}
function set-kube-env() {
local kube_env_yaml="${INSTALL_DIR}/kube_env.yaml"
until curl-metadata kube-env > "${kube_env_yaml}"; do
echo 'Waiting for kube-env...'
sleep 3
done
# kube-env has all the environment variables we care about, in a flat yaml format
eval "$(python -c '
import pipes,sys,yaml
for k,v in yaml.load(sys.stdin).iteritems():
print("""readonly {var}={value}""".format(var = k, value = pipes.quote(str(v))))
print("""export {var}""".format(var = k))
' < """${kube_env_yaml}""")"
}
function remove-docker-artifacts() {
echo "== Deleting docker0 =="
apt-get-install bridge-utils
# Remove docker artifacts on minion nodes, if present
iptables -t nat -F || true
ifconfig docker0 down || true
brctl delbr docker0 || true
echo "== Finished deleting docker0 =="
}
# Retry a download until we get it. Takes a hash and a set of URLs.
#
# $1 is the sha1 of the URL. Can be "" if the sha1 is unknown.
# $2+ are the URLs to download.
download-or-bust() {
local -r hash="$1"
shift 1
urls=( $* )
while true; do
for url in "${urls[@]}"; do
local file="${url##*/}"
rm -f "${file}"
if ! curl -f --ipv4 -Lo "${file}" --connect-timeout 20 --max-time 300 --retry 6 --retry-delay 10 "${url}"; then
echo "== Failed to download ${url}. Retrying. =="
elif [[ -n "${hash}" ]] && ! validate-hash "${file}" "${hash}"; then
echo "== Hash validation of ${url} failed. Retrying. =="
else
if [[ -n "${hash}" ]]; then
echo "== Downloaded ${url} (SHA1 = ${hash}) =="
else
echo "== Downloaded ${url} =="
fi
return
fi
done
done
}
validate-hash() {
local -r file="$1"
local -r expected="$2"
local actual
actual=$(sha1sum ${file} | awk '{ print $1 }') || true
if [[ "${actual}" != "${expected}" ]]; then
echo "== ${file} corrupted, sha1 ${actual} doesn't match expected ${expected} =="
return 1
fi
}
apt-get-install() {
local -r packages=( $@ )
installed=true
for package in "${packages[@]}"; do
if ! dpkg -s "${package}" &>/dev/null; then
installed=false
break
fi
done
if [[ "${installed}" == "true" ]]; then
echo "== ${packages[@]} already installed, skipped apt-get install ${packages[@]} =="
return
fi
apt-get-update
# Forcibly install packages (options borrowed from Salt logs).
until apt-get -q -y -o DPkg::Options::=--force-confold -o DPkg::Options::=--force-confdef install $@; do
echo "== install of packages $@ failed, retrying =="
sleep 5
done
}
apt-get-update() {
echo "== Refreshing package database =="
until apt-get update; do
echo "== apt-get update failed, retrying =="
sleep 5
done
}
# Restart any services that need restarting due to a library upgrade
# Uses needrestart
restart-updated-services() {
# We default to restarting services, because this is only done as part of an update
if [[ "${AUTO_RESTART_SERVICES:-true}" != "true" ]]; then
echo "Auto restart of services prevented by AUTO_RESTART_SERVICES=${AUTO_RESTART_SERVICES}"
return
fi
echo "Restarting services with updated libraries (needrestart -r a)"
# The pipes make sure that needrestart doesn't think it is running with a TTY
# Debian bug #803249; fixed but not necessarily in package repos yet
echo "" | needrestart -r a 2>&1 | tee /dev/null
}
# Reboot the machine if /var/run/reboot-required exists
reboot-if-required() {
if [[ ! -e "/var/run/reboot-required" ]]; then
return
fi
echo "Reboot is required (/var/run/reboot-required detected)"
if [[ -e "/var/run/reboot-required.pkgs" ]]; then
echo "Packages that triggered reboot:"
cat /var/run/reboot-required.pkgs
fi
# We default to rebooting the machine because this is only done as part of an update
if [[ "${AUTO_REBOOT:-true}" != "true" ]]; then
echo "Reboot prevented by AUTO_REBOOT=${AUTO_REBOOT}"
return
fi
rm -f /var/run/reboot-required
rm -f /var/run/reboot-required.pkgs
echo "Triggering reboot"
init 6
}
# Install upgrades using unattended-upgrades, then reboot or restart services
auto-upgrade() {
# We default to not installing upgrades
if [[ "${AUTO_UPGRADE:-false}" != "true" ]]; then
echo "AUTO_UPGRADE not set to true; won't auto-upgrade"
return
fi
apt-get-install unattended-upgrades needrestart
unattended-upgrade --debug
reboot-if-required # We may reboot the machine right here
restart-updated-services
}
#
# Install salt from GCS. See README.md for instructions on how to update these
# debs.
install-salt() {
if dpkg -s salt-minion &>/dev/null; then
echo "== SaltStack already installed, skipping install step =="
return
fi
echo "== Refreshing package database =="
until apt-get update; do
echo "== apt-get update failed, retrying =="
sleep 5
done
mkdir -p /var/cache/salt-install
cd /var/cache/salt-install
DEBS=(
libzmq3_3.2.3+dfsg-1~bpo70~dst+1_amd64.deb
python-zmq_13.1.0-1~bpo70~dst+1_amd64.deb
salt-common_2014.1.13+ds-1~bpo70+1_all.deb
salt-minion_2014.1.13+ds-1~bpo70+1_all.deb
)
URL_BASE="https://storage.googleapis.com/kubernetes-release/salt"
for deb in "${DEBS[@]}"; do
if [ ! -e "${deb}" ]; then
download-or-bust "" "${URL_BASE}/${deb}"
fi
done
# Based on
# https://major.io/2014/06/26/install-debian-packages-without-starting-daemons/
# We do this to prevent Salt from starting the salt-minion
# daemon. The other packages don't have relevant daemons. (If you
# add a package that needs a daemon started, add it to a different
# list.)
cat > /usr/sbin/policy-rc.d <<EOF
#!/bin/sh
echo "Salt shall not start." >&2
exit 101
EOF
chmod 0755 /usr/sbin/policy-rc.d
for deb in "${DEBS[@]}"; do
echo "== Installing ${deb}, ignore dependency complaints (will fix later) =="
dpkg --skip-same-version --force-depends -i "${deb}"
done
# This will install any of the unmet dependencies from above.
echo "== Installing unmet dependencies =="
until apt-get install -f -y; do
echo "== apt-get install failed, retrying =="
sleep 5
done
rm /usr/sbin/policy-rc.d
# Log a timestamp
echo "== Finished installing Salt =="
}
# Ensure salt-minion isn't running and never runs
stop-salt-minion() {
if [[ -e /etc/init/salt-minion.override ]]; then
# Assume this has already run (upgrade, or baked into containervm)
return
fi
# This ensures it on next reboot
echo manual > /etc/init/salt-minion.override
update-rc.d salt-minion disable
while service salt-minion status >/dev/null; do
echo "salt-minion found running, stopping"
service salt-minion stop
sleep 1
done
}
# Finds the master PD device; returns it in MASTER_PD_DEVICE
find-master-pd() {
MASTER_PD_DEVICE=""
if [[ ! -e /dev/disk/by-id/google-master-pd ]]; then
return
fi
device_info=$(ls -l /dev/disk/by-id/google-master-pd)
relative_path=${device_info##* }
MASTER_PD_DEVICE="/dev/disk/by-id/${relative_path}"
}
# Create the overlay files for the salt tree. We create these in a separate
# place so that we can blow away the rest of the salt configs on a kube-push and
# re-apply these.
function create-salt-pillar() {
# Always overwrite the cluster-params.sls (even on a push, we have
# these variables)
mkdir -p /srv/salt-overlay/pillar
cat <<EOF >/srv/salt-overlay/pillar/cluster-params.sls
instance_prefix: '$(echo "$INSTANCE_PREFIX" | sed -e "s/'/''/g")'
node_tags: '$(echo "$NODE_TAGS" | sed -e "s/'/''/g")'
node_instance_prefix: '$(echo "$NODE_INSTANCE_PREFIX" | sed -e "s/'/''/g")'
cluster_cidr: '$(echo "$CLUSTER_IP_RANGE" | sed -e "s/'/''/g")'
allocate_node_cidrs: '$(echo "$ALLOCATE_NODE_CIDRS" | sed -e "s/'/''/g")'
non_masquerade_cidr: '$(echo "$NON_MASQUERADE_CIDR" | sed -e "s/'/''/g")'
service_cluster_ip_range: '$(echo "$SERVICE_CLUSTER_IP_RANGE" | sed -e "s/'/''/g")'
enable_cluster_monitoring: '$(echo "$ENABLE_CLUSTER_MONITORING" | sed -e "s/'/''/g")'
enable_cluster_logging: '$(echo "$ENABLE_CLUSTER_LOGGING" | sed -e "s/'/''/g")'
enable_cluster_ui: '$(echo "$ENABLE_CLUSTER_UI" | sed -e "s/'/''/g")'
enable_node_problem_detector: '$(echo "$ENABLE_NODE_PROBLEM_DETECTOR" | sed -e "s/'/''/g")'
enable_l7_loadbalancing: '$(echo "$ENABLE_L7_LOADBALANCING" | sed -e "s/'/''/g")'
enable_node_logging: '$(echo "$ENABLE_NODE_LOGGING" | sed -e "s/'/''/g")'
enable_metadata_proxy: '$(echo "$ENABLE_METADATA_PROXY" | sed -e "s/'/''/g")'
enable_metrics_server: '$(echo "$ENABLE_METRICS_SERVER" | sed -e "s/'/''/g")'
enable_rescheduler: '$(echo "$ENABLE_RESCHEDULER" | sed -e "s/'/''/g")'
logging_destination: '$(echo "$LOGGING_DESTINATION" | sed -e "s/'/''/g")'
elasticsearch_replicas: '$(echo "$ELASTICSEARCH_LOGGING_REPLICAS" | sed -e "s/'/''/g")'
enable_cluster_dns: '$(echo "$ENABLE_CLUSTER_DNS" | sed -e "s/'/''/g")'
enable_cluster_registry: '$(echo "$ENABLE_CLUSTER_REGISTRY" | sed -e "s/'/''/g")'
dns_server: '$(echo "$DNS_SERVER_IP" | sed -e "s/'/''/g")'
dns_domain: '$(echo "$DNS_DOMAIN" | sed -e "s/'/''/g")'
enable_dns_horizontal_autoscaler: '$(echo "$ENABLE_DNS_HORIZONTAL_AUTOSCALER" | sed -e "s/'/''/g")'
admission_control: '$(echo "$ADMISSION_CONTROL" | sed -e "s/'/''/g")'
network_provider: '$(echo "$NETWORK_PROVIDER" | sed -e "s/'/''/g")'
prepull_e2e_images: '$(echo "$PREPULL_E2E_IMAGES" | sed -e "s/'/''/g")'
hairpin_mode: '$(echo "$HAIRPIN_MODE" | sed -e "s/'/''/g")'
softlockup_panic: '$(echo "$SOFTLOCKUP_PANIC" | sed -e "s/'/''/g")'
opencontrail_tag: '$(echo "$OPENCONTRAIL_TAG" | sed -e "s/'/''/g")'
opencontrail_kubernetes_tag: '$(echo "$OPENCONTRAIL_KUBERNETES_TAG")'
opencontrail_public_subnet: '$(echo "$OPENCONTRAIL_PUBLIC_SUBNET")'
network_policy_provider: '$(echo "$NETWORK_POLICY_PROVIDER" | sed -e "s/'/''/g")'
enable_manifest_url: '$(echo "${ENABLE_MANIFEST_URL:-}" | sed -e "s/'/''/g")'
manifest_url: '$(echo "${MANIFEST_URL:-}" | sed -e "s/'/''/g")'
manifest_url_header: '$(echo "${MANIFEST_URL_HEADER:-}" | sed -e "s/'/''/g")'
num_nodes: $(echo "${NUM_NODES:-}" | sed -e "s/'/''/g")
e2e_storage_test_environment: '$(echo "$E2E_STORAGE_TEST_ENVIRONMENT" | sed -e "s/'/''/g")'
kube_uid: '$(echo "${KUBE_UID}" | sed -e "s/'/''/g")'
initial_etcd_cluster: '$(echo "${INITIAL_ETCD_CLUSTER:-}" | sed -e "s/'/''/g")'
initial_etcd_cluster_state: '$(echo "${INITIAL_ETCD_CLUSTER_STATE:-}" | sed -e "s/'/''/g")'
ca_cert_bundle_path: '$(echo "${CA_CERT_BUNDLE_PATH:-}" | sed -e "s/'/''/g")'
hostname: '$(echo "${ETCD_HOSTNAME:-$(hostname -s)}" | sed -e "s/'/''/g")'
enable_pod_priority: '$(echo "${ENABLE_POD_PRIORITY:-}" | sed -e "s/'/''/g")'
enable_default_storage_class: '$(echo "$ENABLE_DEFAULT_STORAGE_CLASS" | sed -e "s/'/''/g")'
kube_proxy_daemonset: '$(echo "$KUBE_PROXY_DAEMONSET" | sed -e "s/'/''/g")'
EOF
if [ -n "${STORAGE_BACKEND:-}" ]; then
cat <<EOF >>/srv/salt-overlay/pillar/cluster-params.sls
storage_backend: '$(echo "$STORAGE_BACKEND" | sed -e "s/'/''/g")'
EOF
fi
if [ -n "${STORAGE_MEDIA_TYPE:-}" ]; then
cat <<EOF >>/srv/salt-overlay/pillar/cluster-params.sls
storage_media_type: '$(echo "$STORAGE_MEDIA_TYPE" | sed -e "s/'/''/g")'
EOF
fi
if [ -n "${KUBE_APISERVER_REQUEST_TIMEOUT_SEC:-}" ]; then
cat <<EOF >>/srv/salt-overlay/pillar/cluster-params.sls
kube_apiserver_request_timeout_sec: '$(echo "$KUBE_APISERVER_REQUEST_TIMEOUT_SEC" | sed -e "s/'/''/g")'
EOF
fi
if [ -n "${ADMISSION_CONTROL:-}" ] && [ ${ADMISSION_CONTROL} == *"ImagePolicyWebhook"* ]; then
cat <<EOF >>/srv/salt-overlay/pillar/cluster-params.sls
admission-control-config-file: /etc/admission_controller.config
EOF
fi
if [ -n "${KUBELET_PORT:-}" ]; then
cat <<EOF >>/srv/salt-overlay/pillar/cluster-params.sls
kubelet_port: '$(echo "$KUBELET_PORT" | sed -e "s/'/''/g")'
EOF
fi
if [ -n "${ETCD_IMAGE:-}" ]; then
cat <<EOF >>/srv/salt-overlay/pillar/cluster-params.sls
etcd_docker_tag: '$(echo "$ETCD_IMAGE" | sed -e "s/'/''/g")'
EOF
fi
if [ -n "${ETCD_DOCKER_REPOSITORY:-}" ]; then
cat <<EOF >>/srv/salt-overlay/pillar/cluster-params.sls
etcd_docker_repository: '$(echo "$ETCD_DOCKER_REPOSITORY" | sed -e "s/'/''/g")'
EOF
fi
if [ -n "${ETCD_VERSION:-}" ]; then
cat <<EOF >>/srv/salt-overlay/pillar/cluster-params.sls
etcd_version: '$(echo "$ETCD_VERSION" | sed -e "s/'/''/g")'
EOF
fi
if [[ -n "${ETCD_CA_KEY:-}" && -n "${ETCD_CA_CERT:-}" && -n "${ETCD_PEER_KEY:-}" && -n "${ETCD_PEER_CERT:-}" ]]; then
cat <<EOF >>/srv/salt-overlay/pillar/cluster-params.sls
etcd_over_ssl: 'true'
EOF
else
cat <<EOF >>/srv/salt-overlay/pillar/cluster-params.sls
etcd_over_ssl: 'false'
EOF
fi
if [ -n "${ETCD_QUORUM_READ:-}" ]; then
cat <<EOF >>/srv/salt-overlay/pillar/cluster-params.sls
etcd_quorum_read: '$(echo "${ETCD_QUORUM_READ}" | sed -e "s/'/''/g")'
EOF
fi
# Configuration changes for test clusters
if [ -n "${APISERVER_TEST_ARGS:-}" ]; then
cat <<EOF >>/srv/salt-overlay/pillar/cluster-params.sls
apiserver_test_args: '$(echo "$APISERVER_TEST_ARGS" | sed -e "s/'/''/g")'
EOF
fi
if [ -n "${API_SERVER_TEST_LOG_LEVEL:-}" ]; then
cat <<EOF >>/srv/salt-overlay/pillar/cluster-params.sls
api_server_test_log_level: '$(echo "$API_SERVER_TEST_LOG_LEVEL" | sed -e "s/'/''/g")'
EOF
fi
if [ -n "${KUBELET_TEST_ARGS:-}" ]; then
cat <<EOF >>/srv/salt-overlay/pillar/cluster-params.sls
kubelet_test_args: '$(echo "$KUBELET_TEST_ARGS" | sed -e "s/'/''/g")'
EOF
fi
if [ -n "${KUBELET_TEST_LOG_LEVEL:-}" ]; then
cat <<EOF >>/srv/salt-overlay/pillar/cluster-params.sls
kubelet_test_log_level: '$(echo "$KUBELET_TEST_LOG_LEVEL" | sed -e "s/'/''/g")'
EOF
fi
if [ -n "${DOCKER_TEST_LOG_LEVEL:-}" ]; then
cat <<EOF >>/srv/salt-overlay/pillar/cluster-params.sls
docker_test_log_level: '$(echo "$DOCKER_TEST_LOG_LEVEL" | sed -e "s/'/''/g")'
EOF
fi
if [ -n "${CONTROLLER_MANAGER_TEST_ARGS:-}" ]; then
cat <<EOF >>/srv/salt-overlay/pillar/cluster-params.sls
controller_manager_test_args: '$(echo "$CONTROLLER_MANAGER_TEST_ARGS" | sed -e "s/'/''/g")'
EOF
fi
if [ -n "${CONTROLLER_MANAGER_TEST_LOG_LEVEL:-}" ]; then
cat <<EOF >>/srv/salt-overlay/pillar/cluster-params.sls
controller_manager_test_log_level: '$(echo "$CONTROLLER_MANAGER_TEST_LOG_LEVEL" | sed -e "s/'/''/g")'
EOF
fi
if [ -n "${SCHEDULER_TEST_ARGS:-}" ]; then
cat <<EOF >>/srv/salt-overlay/pillar/cluster-params.sls
scheduler_test_args: '$(echo "$SCHEDULER_TEST_ARGS" | sed -e "s/'/''/g")'
EOF
fi
if [ -n "${SCHEDULER_TEST_LOG_LEVEL:-}" ]; then
cat <<EOF >>/srv/salt-overlay/pillar/cluster-params.sls
scheduler_test_log_level: '$(echo "$SCHEDULER_TEST_LOG_LEVEL" | sed -e "s/'/''/g")'
EOF
fi
if [ -n "${KUBEPROXY_TEST_ARGS:-}" ]; then
cat <<EOF >>/srv/salt-overlay/pillar/cluster-params.sls
kubeproxy_test_args: '$(echo "$KUBEPROXY_TEST_ARGS" | sed -e "s/'/''/g")'
EOF
fi
if [ -n "${KUBEPROXY_TEST_LOG_LEVEL:-}" ]; then
cat <<EOF >>/srv/salt-overlay/pillar/cluster-params.sls
kubeproxy_test_log_level: '$(echo "$KUBEPROXY_TEST_LOG_LEVEL" | sed -e "s/'/''/g")'
EOF
fi
# TODO: Replace this with a persistent volume (and create it).
if [[ "${ENABLE_CLUSTER_REGISTRY}" == true && -n "${CLUSTER_REGISTRY_DISK}" ]]; then
cat <<EOF >>/srv/salt-overlay/pillar/cluster-params.sls
cluster_registry_disk_type: gce
cluster_registry_disk_size: $(echo $(convert-bytes-gce-kube ${CLUSTER_REGISTRY_DISK_SIZE}) | sed -e "s/'/''/g")
cluster_registry_disk_name: $(echo ${CLUSTER_REGISTRY_DISK} | sed -e "s/'/''/g")
EOF
fi
if [ -n "${TERMINATED_POD_GC_THRESHOLD:-}" ]; then
cat <<EOF >>/srv/salt-overlay/pillar/cluster-params.sls
terminated_pod_gc_threshold: '$(echo "${TERMINATED_POD_GC_THRESHOLD}" | sed -e "s/'/''/g")'
EOF
fi
if [ -n "${ENABLE_CUSTOM_METRICS:-}" ]; then
cat <<EOF >>/srv/salt-overlay/pillar/cluster-params.sls
enable_custom_metrics: '$(echo "${ENABLE_CUSTOM_METRICS}" | sed -e "s/'/''/g")'
EOF
fi
if [ -n "${NODE_LABELS:-}" ]; then
cat <<EOF >>/srv/salt-overlay/pillar/cluster-params.sls
node_labels: '$(echo "${NODE_LABELS}" | sed -e "s/'/''/g")'
EOF
fi
if [ -n "${NODE_TAINTS:-}" ]; then
cat <<EOF >>/srv/salt-overlay/pillar/cluster-params.sls
node_taints: '$(echo "${NODE_TAINTS}" | sed -e "s/'/''/g")'
EOF
fi
if [ -n "${EVICTION_HARD:-}" ]; then
cat <<EOF >>/srv/salt-overlay/pillar/cluster-params.sls
eviction_hard: '$(echo "${EVICTION_HARD}" | sed -e "s/'/''/g")'
EOF
fi
if [[ "${ENABLE_CLUSTER_AUTOSCALER:-false}" == "true" ]]; then
cat <<EOF >>/srv/salt-overlay/pillar/cluster-params.sls
enable_cluster_autoscaler: '$(echo "${ENABLE_CLUSTER_AUTOSCALER}" | sed -e "s/'/''/g")'
autoscaler_mig_config: '$(echo "${AUTOSCALER_MIG_CONFIG}" | sed -e "s/'/''/g")'
autoscaler_expander_config: '$(echo "${AUTOSCALER_EXPANDER_CONFIG}" | sed -e "s/'/''/g")'
EOF
fi
if [ -n "${SCHEDULING_ALGORITHM_PROVIDER:-}" ]; then
cat <<EOF >>/srv/salt-overlay/pillar/cluster-params.sls
scheduling_algorithm_provider: '$(echo "${SCHEDULING_ALGORITHM_PROVIDER}" | sed -e "s/'/''/g")'
EOF
fi
if [ -n "${ENABLE_IP_ALIASES:-}" ]; then
cat <<EOF >>/srv/salt-overlay/pillar/cluster-params.sls
enable_ip_aliases: '$(echo "$ENABLE_IP_ALIASES" | sed -e "s/'/''/g")'
EOF
fi
}
# The job of this function is simple, but the basic regular expression syntax makes
# this difficult to read. What we want to do is convert from [0-9]+B, KB, KiB, MB, etc
# into [0-9]+, Ki, Mi, Gi, etc.
# This is done in two steps:
# 1. Convert from [0-9]+X?i?B into [0-9]X? (X denotes the prefix, ? means the field
# is optional.
# 2. Attach an 'i' to the end of the string if we find a letter.
# The two step process is needed to handle the edge case in which we want to convert
# a raw byte count, as the result should be a simple number (e.g. 5B -> 5).
function convert-bytes-gce-kube() {
local -r storage_space=$1
echo "${storage_space}" | sed -e 's/^\([0-9]\+\)\([A-Z]\)\?i\?B$/\1\2/g' -e 's/\([A-Z]\)$/\1i/'
}
# This should happen both on cluster initialization and node upgrades.
#
# - Uses KUBELET_CA_CERT (falling back to CA_CERT), KUBELET_CERT, and
# KUBELET_KEY to generate a kubeconfig file for the kubelet to securely
# connect to the apiserver.
function create-salt-kubelet-auth() {
local -r kubelet_kubeconfig_file="/srv/salt-overlay/salt/kubelet/bootstrap-kubeconfig"
if [ ! -e "${kubelet_kubeconfig_file}" ]; then
mkdir -p /srv/salt-overlay/salt/kubelet
(umask 077;
cat > "${kubelet_kubeconfig_file}" <<EOF
apiVersion: v1
kind: Config
users:
- name: kubelet
user:
client-certificate: ${KUBELET_CERT_PATH}
client-key: ${KUBELET_KEY_PATH}
clusters:
- name: local
cluster:
server: https://${KUBERNETES_MASTER_NAME}
certificate-authority: ${CA_CERT_BUNDLE_PATH}
contexts:
- context:
cluster: local
user: kubelet
name: service-account-context
current-context: service-account-context
EOF
)
fi
}
# This should happen both on cluster initialization and node upgrades.
#
# - When run as static pods, use the CA_CERT and KUBE_PROXY_TOKEN to generate a
# kubeconfig file for the kube-proxy to securely connect to the apiserver.
function create-salt-kubeproxy-auth() {
local -r kube_proxy_kubeconfig_file="/srv/salt-overlay/salt/kube-proxy/kubeconfig"
if [ ! -e "${kube_proxy_kubeconfig_file}" ]; then
mkdir -p /srv/salt-overlay/salt/kube-proxy
(umask 077;
cat > "${kube_proxy_kubeconfig_file}" <<EOF
apiVersion: v1
kind: Config
users:
- name: kube-proxy
user:
token: ${KUBE_PROXY_TOKEN}
clusters:
- name: local
cluster:
certificate-authority-data: ${CA_CERT_BUNDLE}
contexts:
- context:
cluster: local
user: kube-proxy
name: service-account-context
current-context: service-account-context
EOF
)
fi
}
function split-commas() {
echo $1 | tr "," "\n"
}
function try-download-release() {
# TODO(zmerlynn): Now we REALLy have no excuse not to do the reboot
# optimization.
local -r server_binary_tar_urls=( $(split-commas "${SERVER_BINARY_TAR_URL}") )
local -r server_binary_tar="${server_binary_tar_urls[0]##*/}"
if [[ -n "${SERVER_BINARY_TAR_HASH:-}" ]]; then
local -r server_binary_tar_hash="${SERVER_BINARY_TAR_HASH}"
else
echo "Downloading binary release sha1 (not found in env)"
download-or-bust "" "${server_binary_tar_urls[@]/.tar.gz/.tar.gz.sha1}"
local -r server_binary_tar_hash=$(cat "${server_binary_tar}.sha1")
fi
echo "Downloading binary release tar (${server_binary_tar_urls[@]})"
download-or-bust "${server_binary_tar_hash}" "${server_binary_tar_urls[@]}"
local -r salt_tar_urls=( $(split-commas "${SALT_TAR_URL}") )
local -r salt_tar="${salt_tar_urls[0]##*/}"
if [[ -n "${SALT_TAR_HASH:-}" ]]; then
local -r salt_tar_hash="${SALT_TAR_HASH}"
else
echo "Downloading Salt tar sha1 (not found in env)"
download-or-bust "" "${salt_tar_urls[@]/.tar.gz/.tar.gz.sha1}"
local -r salt_tar_hash=$(cat "${salt_tar}.sha1")
fi
echo "Downloading Salt tar (${salt_tar_urls[@]})"
download-or-bust "${salt_tar_hash}" "${salt_tar_urls[@]}"
echo "Unpacking Salt tree and checking integrity of binary release tar"
rm -rf kubernetes
tar xzf "${salt_tar}" && tar tzf "${server_binary_tar}" > /dev/null
}
function download-release() {
# In case of failure checking integrity of release, retry.
until try-download-release; do
sleep 15
echo "Couldn't download release. Retrying..."
done
echo "Running release install script"
kubernetes/saltbase/install.sh "${SERVER_BINARY_TAR_URL##*/}"
}
function fix-apt-sources() {
sed -i -e "\|^deb.*http://http.debian.net/debian| s/^/#/" /etc/apt/sources.list
sed -i -e "\|^deb.*http://ftp.debian.org/debian| s/^/#/" /etc/apt/sources.list.d/backports.list
}
function salt-run-local() {
cat <<EOF >/etc/salt/minion.d/local.conf
file_client: local
file_roots:
base:
- /srv/salt
EOF
}
function salt-debug-log() {
cat <<EOF >/etc/salt/minion.d/log-level-debug.conf
log_level: debug
log_level_logfile: debug
EOF
}
function salt-node-role() {
local -r kubelet_bootstrap_kubeconfig="/srv/salt-overlay/salt/kubelet/bootstrap-kubeconfig"
local -r kubelet_kubeconfig="/srv/salt-overlay/salt/kubelet/kubeconfig"
cat <<EOF >/etc/salt/minion.d/grains.conf
grains:
roles:
- kubernetes-pool
cloud: gce
api_servers: '${KUBERNETES_MASTER_NAME}'
kubelet_bootstrap_kubeconfig: /var/lib/kubelet/bootstrap-kubeconfig
kubelet_kubeconfig: /var/lib/kubelet/kubeconfig
EOF
}
function env-to-grains {
local key=$1
local env_key=`echo $key | tr '[:lower:]' '[:upper:]'`
local value=${!env_key:-}
if [[ -n "${value}" ]]; then
# Note this is yaml, so indentation matters
cat <<EOF >>/etc/salt/minion.d/grains.conf
${key}: '$(echo "${value}" | sed -e "s/'/''/g")'
EOF
fi
}
function node-docker-opts() {
if [[ -n "${EXTRA_DOCKER_OPTS-}" ]]; then
DOCKER_OPTS="${DOCKER_OPTS:-} ${EXTRA_DOCKER_OPTS}"
fi
# Decide whether to enable a docker registry mirror. This is taken from
# the "kube-env" metadata value.
if [[ -n "${DOCKER_REGISTRY_MIRROR_URL:-}" ]]; then
echo "Enable docker registry mirror at: ${DOCKER_REGISTRY_MIRROR_URL}"
DOCKER_OPTS="${DOCKER_OPTS:-} --registry-mirror=${DOCKER_REGISTRY_MIRROR_URL}"
fi
}
function salt-grains() {
env-to-grains "docker_opts"
env-to-grains "docker_root"
env-to-grains "kubelet_root"
env-to-grains "feature_gates"
}
function configure-salt() {
mkdir -p /etc/salt/minion.d
salt-run-local
salt-node-role
node-docker-opts
salt-grains
install-salt
stop-salt-minion
}
function run-salt() {
echo "== Calling Salt =="
local rc=0
for i in {0..6}; do
salt-call --retcode-passthrough --local state.highstate && rc=0 || rc=$?
if [[ "${rc}" == 0 ]]; then
return 0
fi
done
echo "Salt failed to run repeatedly" >&2
return "${rc}"
}
function run-user-script() {
if curl-metadata k8s-user-startup-script > "${INSTALL_DIR}/k8s-user-script.sh"; then
user_script=$(cat "${INSTALL_DIR}/k8s-user-script.sh")
fi
if [[ ! -z ${user_script:-} ]]; then
chmod u+x "${INSTALL_DIR}/k8s-user-script.sh"
echo "== running user startup script =="
"${INSTALL_DIR}/k8s-user-script.sh"
fi
}
if [[ "${KUBERNETES_MASTER:-}" == "true" ]]; then
echo "Support for debian master has been removed"
exit 1
fi
if [[ -z "${is_push}" ]]; then
echo "== kube-up node config starting =="
set-broken-motd
config-ip-firewall
ensure-basic-networking
fix-apt-sources
ensure-install-dir
ensure-packages
set-kube-env
auto-upgrade
ensure-local-disks
create-node-pki
create-salt-pillar
create-salt-kubelet-auth
if [[ "${KUBE_PROXY_DAEMONSET:-}" != "true" ]]; then
create-salt-kubeproxy-auth
fi
download-release
configure-salt
remove-docker-artifacts
run-salt
reset-motd
run-user-script
echo "== kube-up node config done =="
else
echo "== kube-push node config starting =="
ensure-basic-networking
ensure-install-dir
set-kube-env
create-salt-pillar
download-release
reset-motd
run-salt
echo "== kube-push node config done =="
fi