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#!/usr/bin/env bash
# Copyright 2016 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.
# This script is for configuring kubernetes master and node instances. It is
# uploaded in the manifests tar ball.
# TODO: this script duplicates templating logic from cluster/saltbase/salt
# using sed. It should use an actual template parser on the manifest
# files.
set -o errexit
set -o nounset
set -o pipefail
function setup-os-params {
# Reset core_pattern. On GCI, the default core_pattern pipes the core dumps to
# /sbin/crash_reporter which is more restrictive in saving crash dumps. So for
# now, set a generic core_pattern that users can work with.
echo "core.%e.%p.%t" > /proc/sys/kernel/core_pattern
}
# secure_random generates a secure random string of bytes. This function accepts
# a number of secure bytes desired and returns a base64 encoded string with at
# least the requested entropy. Rather than directly reading from /dev/urandom,
# we use uuidgen which calls getrandom(2). getrandom(2) verifies that the
# entropy pool has been initialized sufficiently for the desired operation
# before reading from /dev/urandom.
#
# ARGS:
# #1: number of secure bytes to generate. We round up to the nearest factor of 32.
function secure_random {
local infobytes="${1}"
if ((infobytes <= 0)); then
echo "Invalid argument to secure_random: infobytes='${infobytes}'" 1>&2
return 1
fi
local out=""
for (( i = 0; i < "${infobytes}"; i += 32 )); do
# uuids have 122 random bits, sha256 sums have 256 bits, so concatenate
# three uuids and take their sum. The sum is encoded in ASCII hex, hence the
# 64 character cut.
out+="$(
(
uuidgen --random;
uuidgen --random;
uuidgen --random;
) | sha256sum \
| head -c 64
)";
done
# Finally, convert the ASCII hex to base64 to increase the density.
echo -n "${out}" | xxd -r -p | base64 -w 0
}
function config-ip-firewall {
echo "Configuring IP firewall rules"
# Do not consider loopback addresses as martian source or destination while
# routing. This enables the use of 127/8 for local routing purposes.
sysctl -w net.ipv4.conf.all.route_localnet=1
# The GCI image has host firewall which drop most inbound/forwarded packets.
# We need to add rules to accept all TCP/UDP/ICMP/SCTP packets.
if iptables -w -L INPUT | grep "Chain INPUT (policy DROP)" > /dev/null; then
echo "Add rules to accept all inbound TCP/UDP/ICMP packets"
iptables -A INPUT -w -p TCP -j ACCEPT
iptables -A INPUT -w -p UDP -j ACCEPT
iptables -A INPUT -w -p ICMP -j ACCEPT
iptables -A INPUT -w -p SCTP -j ACCEPT
fi
if iptables -w -L FORWARD | grep "Chain FORWARD (policy DROP)" > /dev/null; then
echo "Add rules to accept all forwarded TCP/UDP/ICMP/SCTP packets"
iptables -A FORWARD -w -p TCP -j ACCEPT
iptables -A FORWARD -w -p UDP -j ACCEPT
iptables -A FORWARD -w -p ICMP -j ACCEPT
iptables -A FORWARD -w -p SCTP -j ACCEPT
fi
# Flush iptables nat table
iptables -w -t nat -F || true
if [[ "${NON_MASQUERADE_CIDR:-}" == "0.0.0.0/0" ]]; then
echo "Add rules for ip masquerade"
iptables -w -t nat -N IP-MASQ
iptables -w -t nat -A POSTROUTING -m comment --comment "ip-masq: ensure nat POSTROUTING directs all non-LOCAL destination traffic to our custom IP-MASQ chain" -m addrtype ! --dst-type LOCAL -j IP-MASQ
iptables -w -t nat -A IP-MASQ -d 169.254.0.0/16 -m comment --comment "ip-masq: local traffic is not subject to MASQUERADE" -j RETURN
iptables -w -t nat -A IP-MASQ -d 10.0.0.0/8 -m comment --comment "ip-masq: local traffic is not subject to MASQUERADE" -j RETURN
iptables -w -t nat -A IP-MASQ -d 172.16.0.0/12 -m comment --comment "ip-masq: local traffic is not subject to MASQUERADE" -j RETURN
iptables -w -t nat -A IP-MASQ -d 192.168.0.0/16 -m comment --comment "ip-masq: local traffic is not subject to MASQUERADE" -j RETURN
iptables -w -t nat -A IP-MASQ -m comment --comment "ip-masq: outbound traffic is subject to MASQUERADE (must be last in chain)" -j MASQUERADE
fi
# If METADATA_CONCEALMENT_NO_FIREWALL is set, don't create a firewall on this
# node because we don't expect the daemonset to run on this node.
if [[ "${ENABLE_METADATA_CONCEALMENT:-}" == "true" ]] && [[ ! "${METADATA_CONCEALMENT_NO_FIREWALL:-}" == "true" ]]; then
echo "Add rule for metadata concealment"
iptables -w -t nat -I PREROUTING -p tcp -d 169.254.169.254 --dport 80 -m comment --comment "metadata-concealment: bridge traffic to metadata server goes to metadata proxy" -j DNAT --to-destination 127.0.0.1:988
fi
}
function create-dirs {
echo "Creating required directories"
mkdir -p /var/lib/kubelet
mkdir -p /etc/kubernetes/manifests
if [[ "${KUBERNETES_MASTER:-}" == "false" ]]; then
mkdir -p /var/lib/kube-proxy
fi
}
# Gets the total number of $(1) and $(2) type disks specified
# by the user in ${NODE_LOCAL_SSDS_EXT}
function get-local-disk-num() {
local interface="${1}"
local format="${2}"
localdisknum=0
if [[ ! -z "${NODE_LOCAL_SSDS_EXT:-}" ]]; then
IFS=";" read -r -a ssdgroups <<< "${NODE_LOCAL_SSDS_EXT:-}"
for ssdgroup in "${ssdgroups[@]}"; do
IFS="," read -r -a ssdopts <<< "${ssdgroup}"
local opnum="${ssdopts[0]}"
local opinterface="${ssdopts[1]}"
local opformat="${ssdopts[2]}"
if [[ "${opformat,,}" == "${format,,}" && "${opinterface,,}" == "${interface,,}" ]]; then
localdisknum=$((localdisknum+opnum))
fi
done
fi
}
# Creates a symlink for a ($1) so that it may be used as block storage
function safe-block-symlink(){
local device="${1}"
local symdir="${2}"
mkdir -p "${symdir}"
get-or-generate-uuid "${device}"
local myuuid="${retuuid}"
local sym="${symdir}/local-ssd-${myuuid}"
# Do not "mkdir -p ${sym}" as that will cause unintended symlink behavior
ln -s "${device}" "${sym}"
echo "Created a symlink for SSD $ssd at ${sym}"
chmod a+w "${sym}"
}
# Gets a pregenerated UUID from ${ssdmap} if it exists, otherwise generates a new
# UUID and places it inside ${ssdmap}
function get-or-generate-uuid(){
local device="${1}"
local ssdmap="/home/kubernetes/localssdmap.txt"
echo "Generating or getting UUID from ${ssdmap}"
if [[ ! -e "${ssdmap}" ]]; then
touch "${ssdmap}"
chmod +w "${ssdmap}"
fi
# each line of the ssdmap looks like "${device} persistent-uuid"
if [[ ! -z $(grep ${device} ${ssdmap}) ]]; then
#create symlink based on saved uuid
local myuuid=$(grep ${device} ${ssdmap} | cut -d ' ' -f 2)
else
# generate new uuid and add it to the map
local myuuid=$(uuidgen)
if [[ ! ${?} -eq 0 ]]; then
echo "Failed to generate valid UUID with uuidgen" >&2
exit 2
fi
echo "${device} ${myuuid}" >> "${ssdmap}"
fi
if [[ -z "${myuuid}" ]]; then
echo "Failed to get a uuid for device ${device} when symlinking." >&2
exit 2
fi
retuuid="${myuuid}"
}
#Formats the given device ($1) if needed and mounts it at given mount point
# ($2).
function safe-format-and-mount() {
local device="${1}"
local mountpoint="${2}"
# Format only if the disk is not already formatted.
if ! tune2fs -l "${device}" ; then
echo "Formatting '${device}'"
mkfs.ext4 -F "${device}"
fi
mkdir -p "${mountpoint}"
echo "Mounting '${device}' at '${mountpoint}'"
mount -o discard,defaults "${device}" "${mountpoint}"
chmod a+w "${mountpoint}"
}
# Gets a devices UUID and bind mounts the device to mount location in
# /mnt/disks/by-id/
function unique-uuid-bind-mount(){
local mountpoint="${1}"
local actual_device="${2}"
# Trigger udev refresh so that newly formatted devices are propagated in by-uuid
udevadm control --reload-rules
udevadm trigger
udevadm settle
# grep the exact match of actual device, prevents substring matching
local myuuid=$(ls -l /dev/disk/by-uuid/ | grep "/${actual_device}$" | tr -s ' ' | cut -d ' ' -f 9)
# myuuid should be the uuid of the device as found in /dev/disk/by-uuid/
if [[ -z "${myuuid}" ]]; then
echo "Failed to get a uuid for device ${actual_device} when mounting." >&2
exit 2
fi
# bindpoint should be the full path of the to-be-bound device
local bindpoint="${UUID_MNT_PREFIX}-${interface}-fs/local-ssd-${myuuid}"
safe-bind-mount "${mountpoint}" "${bindpoint}"
}
# Bind mounts device at mountpoint to bindpoint
function safe-bind-mount(){
local mountpoint="${1}"
local bindpoint="${2}"
# Mount device to the mountpoint
mkdir -p "${bindpoint}"
echo "Binding '${mountpoint}' at '${bindpoint}'"
mount --bind "${mountpoint}" "${bindpoint}"
chmod a+w "${bindpoint}"
}
# Mounts, bindmounts, or symlinks depending on the interface and format
# of the incoming device
function mount-ext(){
local ssd="${1}"
local devicenum="${2}"
local interface="${3}"
local format="${4}"
if [[ -z "${devicenum}" ]]; then
echo "Failed to get the local disk number for device ${ssd}" >&2
exit 2
fi
# TODO: Handle partitioned disks. Right now this code just ignores partitions
if [[ "${format}" == "fs" ]]; then
if [[ "${interface}" == "scsi" ]]; then
local actual_device=$(readlink -f "${ssd}" | cut -d '/' -f 3)
# Error checking
if [[ "${actual_device}" != sd* ]]; then
echo "'actual_device' is not of the correct format. It must be the kernel name of the device, got ${actual_device} instead" >&2
exit 1
fi
local mountpoint="/mnt/disks/ssd${devicenum}"
else
# This path is required because the existing Google images do not
# expose NVMe devices in /dev/disk/by-id so we are using the /dev/nvme instead
local actual_device=$(echo ${ssd} | cut -d '/' -f 3)
# Error checking
if [[ "${actual_device}" != nvme* ]]; then
echo "'actual_device' is not of the correct format. It must be the kernel name of the device, got ${actual_device} instead" >&2
exit 1
fi
local mountpoint="/mnt/disks/ssd-nvme${devicenum}"
fi
safe-format-and-mount "${ssd}" "${mountpoint}"
# We only do the bindmount if users are using the new local ssd request method
# see https://github.com/kubernetes/kubernetes/pull/53466#discussion_r146431894
if [[ ! -z "${NODE_LOCAL_SSDS_EXT:-}" ]]; then
unique-uuid-bind-mount "${mountpoint}" "${actual_device}"
fi
elif [[ "${format}" == "block" ]]; then
local symdir="${UUID_BLOCK_PREFIX}-${interface}-block"
safe-block-symlink "${ssd}" "${symdir}"
else
echo "Disk format must be either fs or block, got ${format}"
fi
}
# Local ssds, if present, are mounted or symlinked to their appropriate
# locations
function ensure-local-ssds() {
get-local-disk-num "scsi" "block"
local scsiblocknum="${localdisknum}"
local i=0
for ssd in /dev/disk/by-id/google-local-ssd-*; do
if [ -e "${ssd}" ]; then
local devicenum=`echo ${ssd} | sed -e 's/\/dev\/disk\/by-id\/google-local-ssd-\([0-9]*\)/\1/'`
if [[ "${i}" -lt "${scsiblocknum}" ]]; then
mount-ext "${ssd}" "${devicenum}" "scsi" "block"
else
# GKE does not set NODE_LOCAL_SSDS so all non-block devices
# are assumed to be filesystem devices
mount-ext "${ssd}" "${devicenum}" "scsi" "fs"
fi
i=$((i+1))
else
echo "No local SCSI SSD disks found."
fi
done
# The following mounts or symlinks NVMe devices
get-local-disk-num "nvme" "block"
local nvmeblocknum="${localdisknum}"
local i=0
for ssd in /dev/nvme*; do
if [ -e "${ssd}" ]; then
# This workaround to find if the NVMe device is a disk is required because
# the existing Google images does not expose NVMe devices in /dev/disk/by-id
if [[ `udevadm info --query=property --name=${ssd} | grep DEVTYPE | sed "s/DEVTYPE=//"` == "disk" ]]; then
local devicenum=`echo ${ssd} | sed -e 's/\/dev\/nvme0n\([0-9]*\)/\1/'`
if [[ "${i}" -lt "${nvmeblocknum}" ]]; then
mount-ext "${ssd}" "${devicenum}" "nvme" "block"
else
mount-ext "${ssd}" "${devicenum}" "nvme" "fs"
fi
i=$((i+1))
fi
else
echo "No local NVMe SSD disks found."
fi
done
}
# Installs logrotate configuration files
function setup-logrotate() {
mkdir -p /etc/logrotate.d/
# Configure log rotation for all logs in /var/log, which is where k8s services
# are configured to write their log files. Whenever logrotate is ran, this
# config will:
# * rotate the log file if its size is > 100Mb OR if one day has elapsed
# * save rotated logs into a gzipped timestamped backup
# * log file timestamp (controlled by 'dateformat') includes seconds too. This
# ensures that logrotate can generate unique logfiles during each rotation
# (otherwise it skips rotation if 'maxsize' is reached multiple times in a
# day).
# * keep only 5 old (rotated) logs, and will discard older logs.
cat > /etc/logrotate.d/allvarlogs <<EOF
/var/log/*.log {
rotate ${LOGROTATE_FILES_MAX_COUNT:-5}
copytruncate
missingok
notifempty
compress
maxsize ${LOGROTATE_MAX_SIZE:-100M}
daily
dateext
dateformat -%Y%m%d-%s
create 0644 root root
}
EOF
}
# Finds the master PD device; returns it in MASTER_PD_DEVICE
function find-master-pd {
MASTER_PD_DEVICE=""
if [[ ! -e /dev/disk/by-id/google-master-pd ]]; then
return
fi
device_info=$(ls -l /dev/disk/by-id/google-master-pd)
relative_path=${device_info##* }
MASTER_PD_DEVICE="/dev/disk/by-id/${relative_path}"
}
# Mounts a persistent disk (formatting if needed) to store the persistent data
# on the master -- etcd's data, a few settings, and security certs/keys/tokens.
# safe-format-and-mount only formats an unformatted disk, and mkdir -p will
# leave a directory be if it already exists.
function mount-master-pd {
find-master-pd
if [[ -z "${MASTER_PD_DEVICE:-}" ]]; then
return
fi
echo "Mounting master-pd"
local -r pd_path="/dev/disk/by-id/google-master-pd"
local -r mount_point="/mnt/disks/master-pd"
# Format and mount the disk, create directories on it for all of the master's
# persistent data, and link them to where they're used.
mkdir -p "${mount_point}"
safe-format-and-mount "${pd_path}" "${mount_point}"
echo "Mounted master-pd '${pd_path}' at '${mount_point}'"
# NOTE: These locations on the PD store persistent data, so to maintain
# upgradeability, these locations should not change. If they do, take care
# to maintain a migration path from these locations to whatever new
# locations.
# Contains all the data stored in etcd.
mkdir -m 700 -p "${mount_point}/var/etcd"
ln -s -f "${mount_point}/var/etcd" /var/etcd
mkdir -p /etc/srv
# Contains the dynamically generated apiserver auth certs and keys.
mkdir -p "${mount_point}/srv/kubernetes"
ln -s -f "${mount_point}/srv/kubernetes" /etc/srv/kubernetes
# Directory for kube-apiserver to store SSH key (if necessary).
mkdir -p "${mount_point}/srv/sshproxy"
ln -s -f "${mount_point}/srv/sshproxy" /etc/srv/sshproxy
if ! id etcd &>/dev/null; then
useradd -s /sbin/nologin -d /var/etcd etcd
fi
chown -R etcd "${mount_point}/var/etcd"
chgrp -R etcd "${mount_point}/var/etcd"
}
# append_or_replace_prefixed_line ensures:
# 1. the specified file exists
# 2. existing lines with the specified ${prefix} are removed
# 3. a new line with the specified ${prefix}${suffix} is appended
function append_or_replace_prefixed_line {
local -r file="${1:-}"
local -r prefix="${2:-}"
local -r suffix="${3:-}"
local -r dirname="$(dirname ${file})"
local -r tmpfile="$(mktemp -t filtered.XXXX --tmpdir=${dirname})"
touch "${file}"
awk "substr(\$0,0,length(\"${prefix}\")) != \"${prefix}\" { print }" "${file}" > "${tmpfile}"
echo "${prefix}${suffix}" >> "${tmpfile}"
mv "${tmpfile}" "${file}"
}
function write-pki-data {
local data="${1}"
local path="${2}"
(umask 077; echo "${data}" | base64 --decode > "${path}")
}
function create-node-pki {
echo "Creating node pki files"
local -r pki_dir="/etc/srv/kubernetes/pki"
mkdir -p "${pki_dir}"
if [[ -z "${CA_CERT_BUNDLE:-}" ]]; then
CA_CERT_BUNDLE="${CA_CERT}"
fi
CA_CERT_BUNDLE_PATH="${pki_dir}/ca-certificates.crt"
write-pki-data "${CA_CERT_BUNDLE}" "${CA_CERT_BUNDLE_PATH}"
if [[ ! -z "${KUBELET_CERT:-}" && ! -z "${KUBELET_KEY:-}" ]]; then
KUBELET_CERT_PATH="${pki_dir}/kubelet.crt"
write-pki-data "${KUBELET_CERT}" "${KUBELET_CERT_PATH}"
KUBELET_KEY_PATH="${pki_dir}/kubelet.key"
write-pki-data "${KUBELET_KEY}" "${KUBELET_KEY_PATH}"
fi
}
function create-master-pki {
echo "Creating master pki files"
local -r pki_dir="/etc/srv/kubernetes/pki"
mkdir -p "${pki_dir}"
CA_CERT_PATH="${pki_dir}/ca.crt"
write-pki-data "${CA_CERT}" "${CA_CERT_PATH}"
# this is not true on GKE
if [[ ! -z "${CA_KEY:-}" ]]; then
CA_KEY_PATH="${pki_dir}/ca.key"
write-pki-data "${CA_KEY}" "${CA_KEY_PATH}"
fi
if [[ -z "${APISERVER_SERVER_CERT:-}" || -z "${APISERVER_SERVER_KEY:-}" ]]; then
APISERVER_SERVER_CERT="${MASTER_CERT}"
APISERVER_SERVER_KEY="${MASTER_KEY}"
fi
APISERVER_SERVER_CERT_PATH="${pki_dir}/apiserver.crt"
write-pki-data "${APISERVER_SERVER_CERT}" "${APISERVER_SERVER_CERT_PATH}"
APISERVER_SERVER_KEY_PATH="${pki_dir}/apiserver.key"
write-pki-data "${APISERVER_SERVER_KEY}" "${APISERVER_SERVER_KEY_PATH}"
if [[ -z "${APISERVER_CLIENT_CERT:-}" || -z "${APISERVER_CLIENT_KEY:-}" ]]; then
APISERVER_CLIENT_CERT="${KUBEAPISERVER_CERT}"
APISERVER_CLIENT_KEY="${KUBEAPISERVER_KEY}"
fi
APISERVER_CLIENT_CERT_PATH="${pki_dir}/apiserver-client.crt"
write-pki-data "${APISERVER_CLIENT_CERT}" "${APISERVER_CLIENT_CERT_PATH}"
APISERVER_CLIENT_KEY_PATH="${pki_dir}/apiserver-client.key"
write-pki-data "${APISERVER_CLIENT_KEY}" "${APISERVER_CLIENT_KEY_PATH}"
if [[ -z "${SERVICEACCOUNT_CERT:-}" || -z "${SERVICEACCOUNT_KEY:-}" ]]; then
SERVICEACCOUNT_CERT="${MASTER_CERT}"
SERVICEACCOUNT_KEY="${MASTER_KEY}"
fi
SERVICEACCOUNT_CERT_PATH="${pki_dir}/serviceaccount.crt"
write-pki-data "${SERVICEACCOUNT_CERT}" "${SERVICEACCOUNT_CERT_PATH}"
SERVICEACCOUNT_KEY_PATH="${pki_dir}/serviceaccount.key"
write-pki-data "${SERVICEACCOUNT_KEY}" "${SERVICEACCOUNT_KEY_PATH}"
if [[ ! -z "${REQUESTHEADER_CA_CERT:-}" ]]; then
AGGREGATOR_CA_KEY_PATH="${pki_dir}/aggr_ca.key"
write-pki-data "${AGGREGATOR_CA_KEY}" "${AGGREGATOR_CA_KEY_PATH}"
REQUESTHEADER_CA_CERT_PATH="${pki_dir}/aggr_ca.crt"
write-pki-data "${REQUESTHEADER_CA_CERT}" "${REQUESTHEADER_CA_CERT_PATH}"
PROXY_CLIENT_KEY_PATH="${pki_dir}/proxy_client.key"
write-pki-data "${PROXY_CLIENT_KEY}" "${PROXY_CLIENT_KEY_PATH}"
PROXY_CLIENT_CERT_PATH="${pki_dir}/proxy_client.crt"
write-pki-data "${PROXY_CLIENT_CERT}" "${PROXY_CLIENT_CERT_PATH}"
fi
}
# After the first boot and on upgrade, these files exist on the master-pd
# and should never be touched again (except perhaps an additional service
# account, see NB below.) One exception is if METADATA_CLOBBERS_CONFIG is
# enabled. In that case the basic_auth.csv file will be rewritten to make
# sure it matches the metadata source of truth.
function create-master-auth {
echo "Creating master auth files"
local -r auth_dir="/etc/srv/kubernetes"
local -r basic_auth_csv="${auth_dir}/basic_auth.csv"
if [[ -n "${KUBE_PASSWORD:-}" && -n "${KUBE_USER:-}" ]]; then
if [[ -e "${basic_auth_csv}" && "${METADATA_CLOBBERS_CONFIG:-false}" == "true" ]]; then
# If METADATA_CLOBBERS_CONFIG is true, we want to rewrite the file
# completely, because if we're changing KUBE_USER and KUBE_PASSWORD, we
# have nothing to match on. The file is replaced just below with
# append_or_replace_prefixed_line.
rm "${basic_auth_csv}"
fi
append_or_replace_prefixed_line "${basic_auth_csv}" "${KUBE_PASSWORD},${KUBE_USER}," "admin,system:masters"
fi
local -r known_tokens_csv="${auth_dir}/known_tokens.csv"
if [[ -e "${known_tokens_csv}" && "${METADATA_CLOBBERS_CONFIG:-false}" == "true" ]]; then
rm "${known_tokens_csv}"
fi
if [[ -n "${KUBE_BEARER_TOKEN:-}" ]]; then
append_or_replace_prefixed_line "${known_tokens_csv}" "${KUBE_BEARER_TOKEN}," "admin,admin,system:masters"
fi
if [[ -n "${KUBE_CONTROLLER_MANAGER_TOKEN:-}" ]]; then
append_or_replace_prefixed_line "${known_tokens_csv}" "${KUBE_CONTROLLER_MANAGER_TOKEN}," "system:kube-controller-manager,uid:system:kube-controller-manager"
fi
if [[ -n "${KUBE_SCHEDULER_TOKEN:-}" ]]; then
append_or_replace_prefixed_line "${known_tokens_csv}" "${KUBE_SCHEDULER_TOKEN}," "system:kube-scheduler,uid:system:kube-scheduler"
fi
if [[ -n "${KUBE_CLUSTER_AUTOSCALER_TOKEN:-}" ]]; then
append_or_replace_prefixed_line "${known_tokens_csv}" "${KUBE_CLUSTER_AUTOSCALER_TOKEN}," "cluster-autoscaler,uid:cluster-autoscaler"
fi
if [[ -n "${KUBE_PROXY_TOKEN:-}" ]]; then
append_or_replace_prefixed_line "${known_tokens_csv}" "${KUBE_PROXY_TOKEN}," "system:kube-proxy,uid:kube_proxy"
fi
if [[ -n "${NODE_PROBLEM_DETECTOR_TOKEN:-}" ]]; then
append_or_replace_prefixed_line "${known_tokens_csv}" "${NODE_PROBLEM_DETECTOR_TOKEN}," "system:node-problem-detector,uid:node-problem-detector"
fi
local use_cloud_config="false"
cat <<EOF >/etc/gce.conf
[global]
EOF
if [[ -n "${GCE_API_ENDPOINT:-}" ]]; then
cat <<EOF >>/etc/gce.conf
api-endpoint = ${GCE_API_ENDPOINT}
EOF
fi
if [[ -n "${TOKEN_URL:-}" && -n "${TOKEN_BODY:-}" ]]; then
use_cloud_config="true"
cat <<EOF >>/etc/gce.conf
token-url = ${TOKEN_URL}
token-body = ${TOKEN_BODY}
EOF
fi
if [[ -n "${CONTAINER_API_ENDPOINT:-}" ]]; then
use_cloud_config="true"
cat <<EOF >>/etc/gce.conf
container-api-endpoint = ${CONTAINER_API_ENDPOINT}
EOF
fi
if [[ -n "${PROJECT_ID:-}" ]]; then
use_cloud_config="true"
cat <<EOF >>/etc/gce.conf
project-id = ${PROJECT_ID}
EOF
fi
if [[ -n "${NETWORK_PROJECT_ID:-}" ]]; then
use_cloud_config="true"
cat <<EOF >>/etc/gce.conf
network-project-id = ${NETWORK_PROJECT_ID}
EOF
fi
if [[ -n "${NODE_NETWORK:-}" ]]; then
use_cloud_config="true"
cat <<EOF >>/etc/gce.conf
network-name = ${NODE_NETWORK}
EOF
fi
if [[ -n "${NODE_SUBNETWORK:-}" ]]; then
use_cloud_config="true"
cat <<EOF >>/etc/gce.conf
subnetwork-name = ${NODE_SUBNETWORK}
EOF
fi
if [[ -n "${NODE_INSTANCE_PREFIX:-}" ]]; then
use_cloud_config="true"
if [[ -n "${NODE_TAGS:-}" ]]; then
# split NODE_TAGS into an array by comma.
IFS=',' read -r -a node_tags <<< ${NODE_TAGS}
else
local -r node_tags="${NODE_INSTANCE_PREFIX}"
fi
cat <<EOF >>/etc/gce.conf
node-instance-prefix = ${NODE_INSTANCE_PREFIX}
EOF
for tag in ${node_tags[@]}; do
cat <<EOF >>/etc/gce.conf
node-tags = ${tag}
EOF
done
fi
if [[ -n "${MULTIZONE:-}" ]]; then
use_cloud_config="true"
cat <<EOF >>/etc/gce.conf
multizone = ${MULTIZONE}
EOF
fi
# Multimaster indicates that the cluster is HA.
# Currently the only HA clusters are regional.
# If we introduce zonal multimaster this will need to be revisited.
if [[ -n "${MULTIMASTER:-}" ]]; then
use_cloud_config="true"
cat <<EOF >>/etc/gce.conf
regional = ${MULTIMASTER}
EOF
fi
if [[ -n "${GCE_ALPHA_FEATURES:-}" ]]; then
use_cloud_config="true"
# split GCE_ALPHA_FEATURES into an array by comma.
IFS=',' read -r -a alpha_features <<< ${GCE_ALPHA_FEATURES}
for feature in ${alpha_features[@]}; do
cat <<EOF >>/etc/gce.conf
alpha-features = ${feature}
EOF
done
fi
if [[ -n "${SECONDARY_RANGE_NAME:-}" ]]; then
use_cloud_config="true"
cat <<EOF >> /etc/gce.conf
secondary-range-name = ${SECONDARY_RANGE_NAME}
EOF
fi
if [[ "${use_cloud_config}" != "true" ]]; then
rm -f /etc/gce.conf
fi
if [[ -n "${GCP_AUTHN_URL:-}" ]]; then
cat <<EOF >/etc/gcp_authn.config
clusters:
- name: gcp-authentication-server
cluster:
server: ${GCP_AUTHN_URL}
users:
- name: kube-apiserver
user:
auth-provider:
name: gcp
current-context: webhook
contexts:
- context:
cluster: gcp-authentication-server
user: kube-apiserver
name: webhook
EOF
fi
if [[ -n "${GCP_AUTHZ_URL:-}" ]]; then
cat <<EOF >/etc/gcp_authz.config
clusters:
- name: gcp-authorization-server
cluster:
server: ${GCP_AUTHZ_URL}
users:
- name: kube-apiserver
user:
auth-provider:
name: gcp
current-context: webhook
contexts:
- context:
cluster: gcp-authorization-server
user: kube-apiserver
name: webhook
EOF
fi
if [[ -n "${GCP_IMAGE_VERIFICATION_URL:-}" ]]; then
# This is the config file for the image review webhook.
cat <<EOF >/etc/gcp_image_review.config
clusters:
- name: gcp-image-review-server
cluster:
server: ${GCP_IMAGE_VERIFICATION_URL}
users:
- name: kube-apiserver
user:
auth-provider:
name: gcp
current-context: webhook
contexts:
- context:
cluster: gcp-image-review-server
user: kube-apiserver
name: webhook
EOF
# This is the config for the image review admission controller.
cat <<EOF >/etc/admission_controller.config
imagePolicy:
kubeConfigFile: /etc/gcp_image_review.config
allowTTL: 30
denyTTL: 30
retryBackoff: 500
defaultAllow: true
EOF
fi
}
# Write the config for the audit policy.
function create-master-audit-policy {
local -r path="${1}"
local -r policy="${2:-}"
if [[ -n "${policy}" ]]; then
echo "${policy}" > "${path}"
return
fi
# Known api groups
local -r known_apis='
- group: "" # core
- group: "admissionregistration.k8s.io"
- group: "apiextensions.k8s.io"
- group: "apiregistration.k8s.io"
- group: "apps"
- group: "authentication.k8s.io"
- group: "authorization.k8s.io"
- group: "autoscaling"
- group: "batch"
- group: "certificates.k8s.io"
- group: "extensions"
- group: "metrics.k8s.io"
- group: "networking.k8s.io"
- group: "policy"
- group: "rbac.authorization.k8s.io"
- group: "scheduling.k8s.io"
- group: "settings.k8s.io"
- group: "storage.k8s.io"'
cat <<EOF >"${path}"
apiVersion: audit.k8s.io/v1
kind: Policy
rules:
# The following requests were manually identified as high-volume and low-risk,
# so drop them.
- level: None
users: ["system:kube-proxy"]
verbs: ["watch"]
resources:
- group: "" # core
resources: ["endpoints", "services", "services/status"]
- level: None
# Ingress controller reads 'configmaps/ingress-uid' through the unsecured port.
# TODO(#46983): Change this to the ingress controller service account.
users: ["system:unsecured"]
namespaces: ["kube-system"]
verbs: ["get"]
resources:
- group: "" # core
resources: ["configmaps"]
- level: None
users: ["kubelet"] # legacy kubelet identity
verbs: ["get"]
resources:
- group: "" # core
resources: ["nodes", "nodes/status"]
- level: None
userGroups: ["system:nodes"]
verbs: ["get"]
resources:
- group: "" # core
resources: ["nodes", "nodes/status"]
- level: None
users:
- system:kube-controller-manager
- system:kube-scheduler
- system:serviceaccount:kube-system:endpoint-controller
verbs: ["get", "update"]
namespaces: ["kube-system"]
resources:
- group: "" # core
resources: ["endpoints"]
- level: None
users: ["system:apiserver"]
verbs: ["get"]
resources:
- group: "" # core
resources: ["namespaces", "namespaces/status", "namespaces/finalize"]
- level: None
users: ["cluster-autoscaler"]
verbs: ["get", "update"]
namespaces: ["kube-system"]
resources:
- group: "" # core
resources: ["configmaps", "endpoints"]
# Don't log HPA fetching metrics.
- level: None
users:
- system:kube-controller-manager
verbs: ["get", "list"]
resources:
- group: "metrics.k8s.io"
# Don't log these read-only URLs.
- level: None
nonResourceURLs:
- /healthz*
- /version
- /swagger*
# Don't log events requests.
- level: None
resources:
- group: "" # core
resources: ["events"]
# node and pod status calls from nodes are high-volume and can be large, don't log responses for expected updates from nodes
- level: Request
users: ["kubelet", "system:node-problem-detector", "system:serviceaccount:kube-system:node-problem-detector"]
verbs: ["update","patch"]
resources:
- group: "" # core
resources: ["nodes/status", "pods/status"]
omitStages:
- "RequestReceived"
- level: Request
userGroups: ["system:nodes"]
verbs: ["update","patch"]
resources:
- group: "" # core
resources: ["nodes/status", "pods/status"]
omitStages:
- "RequestReceived"
# deletecollection calls can be large, don't log responses for expected namespace deletions
- level: Request
users: ["system:serviceaccount:kube-system:namespace-controller"]
verbs: ["deletecollection"]
omitStages:
- "RequestReceived"
# Secrets, ConfigMaps, and TokenReviews can contain sensitive & binary data,
# so only log at the Metadata level.
- level: Metadata
resources:
- group: "" # core
resources: ["secrets", "configmaps"]
- group: authentication.k8s.io
resources: ["tokenreviews"]
omitStages:
- "RequestReceived"
# Get repsonses can be large; skip them.
- level: Request
verbs: ["get", "list", "watch"]
resources: ${known_apis}
omitStages:
- "RequestReceived"
# Default level for known APIs
- level: RequestResponse
resources: ${known_apis}
omitStages:
- "RequestReceived"
# Default level for all other requests.
- level: Metadata
omitStages:
- "RequestReceived"
EOF
}
# Writes the configuration file used by the webhook advanced auditing backend.
function create-master-audit-webhook-config {
local -r path="${1}"
if [[ -n "${GCP_AUDIT_URL:-}" ]]; then
# The webhook config file is a kubeconfig file describing the webhook endpoint.
cat <<EOF >"${path}"
clusters:
- name: gcp-audit-server
cluster:
server: ${GCP_AUDIT_URL}
users:
- name: kube-apiserver
user:
auth-provider:
name: gcp
current-context: webhook
contexts:
- context:
cluster: gcp-audit-server
user: kube-apiserver
name: webhook
EOF
fi
}
# Arg 1: the IP address of the API server
function create-kubelet-kubeconfig() {
local apiserver_address="${1}"
if [[ -z "${apiserver_address}" ]]; then
echo "Must provide API server address to create Kubelet kubeconfig file!"
exit 1
fi
if [[ "${CREATE_BOOTSTRAP_KUBECONFIG:-true}" == "true" ]]; then
echo "Creating kubelet bootstrap-kubeconfig file"
cat <<EOF >/var/lib/kubelet/bootstrap-kubeconfig
apiVersion: v1
kind: Config
users:
- name: kubelet
user:
client-certificate: ${KUBELET_CERT_PATH}
client-key: ${KUBELET_KEY_PATH}
clusters:
- name: local
cluster:
server: https://${apiserver_address}
certificate-authority: ${CA_CERT_BUNDLE_PATH}
contexts:
- context:
cluster: local
user: kubelet
name: service-account-context
current-context: service-account-context
EOF
elif [[ "${FETCH_BOOTSTRAP_KUBECONFIG:-false}" == "true" ]]; then
echo "Fetching kubelet bootstrap-kubeconfig file from metadata"
get-metadata-value "instance/attributes/bootstrap-kubeconfig" >/var/lib/kubelet/bootstrap-kubeconfig
else
echo "Fetching kubelet kubeconfig file from metadata"
get-metadata-value "instance/attributes/kubeconfig" >/var/lib/kubelet/kubeconfig
fi
}
# 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.
# Set REGISTER_MASTER_KUBELET to true if kubelet on the master node
# should register to the apiserver.
function create-master-kubelet-auth {
# Only configure the kubelet on the master if the required variables are
# set in the environment.
if [[ -n "${KUBELET_APISERVER:-}" && -n "${KUBELET_CERT:-}" && -n "${KUBELET_KEY:-}" ]]; then
REGISTER_MASTER_KUBELET="true"
create-kubelet-kubeconfig ${KUBELET_APISERVER}
fi
}
function create-kubeproxy-user-kubeconfig {
echo "Creating kube-proxy user kubeconfig file"
cat <<EOF >/var/lib/kube-proxy/kubeconfig
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
}
function create-kubecontrollermanager-kubeconfig {
echo "Creating kube-controller-manager kubeconfig file"
mkdir -p /etc/srv/kubernetes/kube-controller-manager
cat <<EOF >/etc/srv/kubernetes/kube-controller-manager/kubeconfig
apiVersion: v1
kind: Config
users:
- name: kube-controller-manager
user:
token: ${KUBE_CONTROLLER_MANAGER_TOKEN}
clusters:
- name: local
cluster:
insecure-skip-tls-verify: true
server: https://localhost:443
contexts:
- context:
cluster: local
user: kube-controller-manager
name: service-account-context
current-context: service-account-context
EOF
}
function create-kubescheduler-kubeconfig {
echo "Creating kube-scheduler kubeconfig file"
mkdir -p /etc/srv/kubernetes/kube-scheduler
cat <<EOF >/etc/srv/kubernetes/kube-scheduler/kubeconfig
apiVersion: v1
kind: Config
users:
- name: kube-scheduler
user:
token: ${KUBE_SCHEDULER_TOKEN}
clusters:
- name: local
cluster:
insecure-skip-tls-verify: true
server: https://localhost:443
contexts:
- context:
cluster: local
user: kube-scheduler
name: kube-scheduler
current-context: kube-scheduler
EOF
}
function create-clusterautoscaler-kubeconfig {
echo "Creating cluster-autoscaler kubeconfig file"
mkdir -p /etc/srv/kubernetes/cluster-autoscaler
cat <<EOF >/etc/srv/kubernetes/cluster-autoscaler/kubeconfig
apiVersion: v1
kind: Config
users:
- name: cluster-autoscaler
user:
token: ${KUBE_CLUSTER_AUTOSCALER_TOKEN}
clusters:
- name: local
cluster:
insecure-skip-tls-verify: true
server: https://localhost:443
contexts:
- context:
cluster: local
user: cluster-autoscaler
name: cluster-autoscaler
current-context: cluster-autoscaler
EOF
}
function create-kubescheduler-policy-config {
echo "Creating kube-scheduler policy config file"
mkdir -p /etc/srv/kubernetes/kube-scheduler
cat <<EOF >/etc/srv/kubernetes/kube-scheduler/policy-config
${SCHEDULER_POLICY_CONFIG}
EOF
}
function create-node-problem-detector-kubeconfig {
echo "Creating node-problem-detector kubeconfig file"
mkdir -p /var/lib/node-problem-detector
cat <<EOF >/var/lib/node-problem-detector/kubeconfig
apiVersion: v1
kind: Config
users:
- name: node-problem-detector
user:
token: ${NODE_PROBLEM_DETECTOR_TOKEN}
clusters:
- name: local
cluster:
certificate-authority-data: ${CA_CERT}
contexts:
- context:
cluster: local
user: node-problem-detector
name: service-account-context
current-context: service-account-context
EOF
}
function create-master-etcd-auth {
if [[ -n "${ETCD_CA_CERT:-}" && -n "${ETCD_PEER_KEY:-}" && -n "${ETCD_PEER_CERT:-}" ]]; then
local -r auth_dir="/etc/srv/kubernetes"
echo "${ETCD_CA_CERT}" | base64 --decode | gunzip > "${auth_dir}/etcd-ca.crt"
echo "${ETCD_PEER_KEY}" | base64 --decode > "${auth_dir}/etcd-peer.key"
echo "${ETCD_PEER_CERT}" | base64 --decode | gunzip > "${auth_dir}/etcd-peer.crt"
fi
}
function assemble-docker-flags {
echo "Assemble docker command line flags"
local docker_opts="-p /var/run/docker.pid --iptables=false --ip-masq=false"
if [[ "${TEST_CLUSTER:-}" == "true" ]]; then
docker_opts+=" --log-level=debug"
else
docker_opts+=" --log-level=warn"
fi
local use_net_plugin="true"
if [[ "${NETWORK_PROVIDER:-}" == "kubenet" || "${NETWORK_PROVIDER:-}" == "cni" ]]; then
# set docker0 cidr to private ip address range to avoid conflict with cbr0 cidr range
docker_opts+=" --bip=169.254.123.1/24"
else
use_net_plugin="false"
docker_opts+=" --bridge=cbr0"
fi
# Decide whether to enable a docker registry mirror. This is taken from
# the "kube-env" metadata value.
if [[ -n "${DOCKER_REGISTRY_MIRROR_URL:-}" ]]; then
echo "Enable docker registry mirror at: ${DOCKER_REGISTRY_MIRROR_URL}"
docker_opts+=" --registry-mirror=${DOCKER_REGISTRY_MIRROR_URL}"
fi
# Configure docker logging
docker_opts+=" --log-driver=${DOCKER_LOG_DRIVER:-json-file}"
docker_opts+=" --log-opt=max-size=${DOCKER_LOG_MAX_SIZE:-10m}"
docker_opts+=" --log-opt=max-file=${DOCKER_LOG_MAX_FILE:-5}"
# Disable live-restore if the environment variable is set.
if [[ "${DISABLE_DOCKER_LIVE_RESTORE:-false}" == "true" ]]; then
docker_opts+=" --live-restore=false"
fi
echo "DOCKER_OPTS=\"${docker_opts} ${EXTRA_DOCKER_OPTS:-}\"" > /etc/default/docker
# Ensure TasksMax is sufficient for docker.
# (https://github.com/kubernetes/kubernetes/issues/51977)
echo "Extend the docker.service configuration to set a higher pids limit"
mkdir -p /etc/systemd/system/docker.service.d
cat <<EOF >/etc/systemd/system/docker.service.d/01tasksmax.conf
[Service]
TasksMax=infinity
EOF
systemctl daemon-reload
echo "Docker command line is updated. Restart docker to pick it up"
systemctl restart docker
}
# This function assembles the kubelet systemd service file and starts it
# using systemctl.
function start-kubelet {
echo "Start kubelet"
# TODO(#60123): The kubelet should create the cert-dir directory if it doesn't exist
mkdir -p /var/lib/kubelet/pki/
local kubelet_bin="${KUBE_HOME}/bin/kubelet"
local -r version="$("${kubelet_bin}" --version=true | cut -f2 -d " ")"
local -r builtin_kubelet="/usr/bin/kubelet"
if [[ "${TEST_CLUSTER:-}" == "true" ]]; then
# Determine which binary to use on test clusters. We use the built-in
# version only if the downloaded version is the same as the built-in
# version. This allows GCI to run some of the e2e tests to qualify the
# built-in kubelet.
if [[ -x "${builtin_kubelet}" ]]; then
local -r builtin_version="$("${builtin_kubelet}" --version=true | cut -f2 -d " ")"
if [[ "${builtin_version}" == "${version}" ]]; then
kubelet_bin="${builtin_kubelet}"
fi
fi
fi
echo "Using kubelet binary at ${kubelet_bin}"
local -r kubelet_env_file="/etc/default/kubelet"
local kubelet_opts="${KUBELET_ARGS} ${KUBELET_CONFIG_FILE_ARG:-}"
echo "KUBELET_OPTS=\"${kubelet_opts}\"" > "${kubelet_env_file}"
echo "KUBE_COVERAGE_FILE=\"/var/log/kubelet.cov\"" >> "${kubelet_env_file}"
# Write the systemd service file for kubelet.
cat <<EOF >/etc/systemd/system/kubelet.service
[Unit]
Description=Kubernetes kubelet
Requires=network-online.target
After=network-online.target
[Service]
Restart=always
RestartSec=10
EnvironmentFile=${kubelet_env_file}
ExecStart=${kubelet_bin} \$KUBELET_OPTS
[Install]
WantedBy=multi-user.target
EOF
systemctl daemon-reload
systemctl start kubelet.service
}
# This function assembles the node problem detector systemd service file and
# starts it using systemctl.
function start-node-problem-detector {
echo "Start node problem detector"
local -r npd_bin="${KUBE_HOME}/bin/node-problem-detector"
local -r km_config="${KUBE_HOME}/node-problem-detector/config/kernel-monitor.json"
# TODO(random-liu): Handle this for alternative container runtime.
local -r dm_config="${KUBE_HOME}/node-problem-detector/config/docker-monitor.json"
local -r custom_km_config="${KUBE_HOME}/node-problem-detector/config/kernel-monitor-counter.json"
echo "Using node problem detector binary at ${npd_bin}"
local flags="${NPD_TEST_LOG_LEVEL:-"--v=2"} ${NPD_TEST_ARGS:-}"
flags+=" --logtostderr"
flags+=" --system-log-monitors=${km_config},${dm_config}"
flags+=" --custom-plugin-monitors=${custom_km_config}"
flags+=" --apiserver-override=https://${KUBERNETES_MASTER_NAME}?inClusterConfig=false&auth=/var/lib/node-problem-detector/kubeconfig"
local -r npd_port=${NODE_PROBLEM_DETECTOR_PORT:-20256}
flags+=" --port=${npd_port}"
if [[ -n "${EXTRA_NPD_ARGS:-}" ]]; then
flags+=" ${EXTRA_NPD_ARGS}"
fi
# Write the systemd service file for node problem detector.
cat <<EOF >/etc/systemd/system/node-problem-detector.service
[Unit]
Description=Kubernetes node problem detector
Requires=network-online.target
After=network-online.target
[Service]
Restart=always
RestartSec=10
ExecStart=${npd_bin} ${flags}
[Install]
WantedBy=multi-user.target
EOF
systemctl start node-problem-detector.service
}
# Create the log file and set its properties.
#
# $1 is the file to create.
# $2: the log owner uid to set for the log file.
# $3: the log owner gid to set for the log file.
function prepare-log-file {
touch $1
chmod 644 $1
chown "${2:-${LOG_OWNER_USER:-root}}":"${3:-${LOG_OWNER_GROUP:-root}}" $1
}
# Prepares parameters for kube-proxy manifest.
# $1 source path of kube-proxy manifest.
function prepare-kube-proxy-manifest-variables {
local -r src_file=$1;
local -r kubeconfig="--kubeconfig=/var/lib/kube-proxy/kubeconfig"
local kube_docker_registry="k8s.gcr.io"
if [[ -n "${KUBE_DOCKER_REGISTRY:-}" ]]; then
kube_docker_registry=${KUBE_DOCKER_REGISTRY}
fi
local -r kube_proxy_docker_tag=$(cat /home/kubernetes/kube-docker-files/kube-proxy.docker_tag)
local api_servers="--master=https://${KUBERNETES_MASTER_NAME}"
local params="${KUBEPROXY_TEST_LOG_LEVEL:-"--v=2"}"
if [[ -n "${FEATURE_GATES:-}" ]]; then
params+=" --feature-gates=${FEATURE_GATES}"
fi
if [[ "${KUBE_PROXY_MODE:-}" == "ipvs" ]];then
sudo modprobe -a ip_vs ip_vs_rr ip_vs_wrr ip_vs_sh nf_conntrack_ipv4
if [[ $? -eq 0 ]];
then
params+=" --proxy-mode=ipvs"
else
# If IPVS modules are not present, make sure the node does not come up as
# healthy.
exit 1
fi
fi
params+=" --iptables-sync-period=1m --iptables-min-sync-period=10s --ipvs-sync-period=1m --ipvs-min-sync-period=10s"
if [[ -n "${KUBEPROXY_TEST_ARGS:-}" ]]; then
params+=" ${KUBEPROXY_TEST_ARGS}"
fi
local container_env=""
local kube_cache_mutation_detector_env_name=""
local kube_cache_mutation_detector_env_value=""
if [[ -n "${ENABLE_CACHE_MUTATION_DETECTOR:-}" ]]; then
container_env="env:"
kube_cache_mutation_detector_env_name="- name: KUBE_CACHE_MUTATION_DETECTOR"
kube_cache_mutation_detector_env_value="value: \"${ENABLE_CACHE_MUTATION_DETECTOR}\""
fi
sed -i -e "s@{{kubeconfig}}@${kubeconfig}@g" ${src_file}
sed -i -e "s@{{pillar\['kube_docker_registry'\]}}@${kube_docker_registry}@g" ${src_file}
sed -i -e "s@{{pillar\['kube-proxy_docker_tag'\]}}@${kube_proxy_docker_tag}@g" ${src_file}
sed -i -e "s@{{params}}@${params}@g" ${src_file}
sed -i -e "s@{{container_env}}@${container_env}@g" ${src_file}
sed -i -e "s@{{kube_cache_mutation_detector_env_name}}@${kube_cache_mutation_detector_env_name}@g" ${src_file}
sed -i -e "s@{{kube_cache_mutation_detector_env_value}}@${kube_cache_mutation_detector_env_value}@g" ${src_file}
sed -i -e "s@{{ cpurequest }}@100m@g" ${src_file}
sed -i -e "s@{{api_servers_with_port}}@${api_servers}@g" ${src_file}
sed -i -e "s@{{kubernetes_service_host_env_value}}@${KUBERNETES_MASTER_NAME}@g" ${src_file}
if [[ -n "${CLUSTER_IP_RANGE:-}" ]]; then
sed -i -e "s@{{cluster_cidr}}@--cluster-cidr=${CLUSTER_IP_RANGE}@g" ${src_file}
fi
}
# Starts kube-proxy static pod.
function start-kube-proxy {
echo "Start kube-proxy static pod"
prepare-log-file /var/log/kube-proxy.log
local -r src_file="${KUBE_HOME}/kube-manifests/kubernetes/gci-trusty/kube-proxy.manifest"
prepare-kube-proxy-manifest-variables "${src_file}"
cp "${src_file}" /etc/kubernetes/manifests
}
# Replaces the variables in the etcd manifest file with the real values, and then
# copy the file to the manifest dir
# $1: value for variable 'suffix'
# $2: value for variable 'port'
# $3: value for variable 'server_port'
# $4: value for variable 'cpulimit'
# $5: pod name, which should be either etcd or etcd-events
function prepare-etcd-manifest {
local host_name=${ETCD_HOSTNAME:-$(hostname -s)}
local host_ip=$(python -c "import socket;print(socket.gethostbyname(\"${host_name}\"))")
local etcd_cluster=""
local cluster_state="new"
local etcd_protocol="http"
local etcd_creds=""
local etcd_extra_args="${ETCD_EXTRA_ARGS:-}"
if [[ -n "${INITIAL_ETCD_CLUSTER_STATE:-}" ]]; then
cluster_state="${INITIAL_ETCD_CLUSTER_STATE}"
fi
if [[ -n "${ETCD_CA_KEY:-}" && -n "${ETCD_CA_CERT:-}" && -n "${ETCD_PEER_KEY:-}" && -n "${ETCD_PEER_CERT:-}" ]]; then
etcd_creds=" --peer-trusted-ca-file /etc/srv/kubernetes/etcd-ca.crt --peer-cert-file /etc/srv/kubernetes/etcd-peer.crt --peer-key-file /etc/srv/kubernetes/etcd-peer.key -peer-client-cert-auth "
etcd_protocol="https"
fi
for host in $(echo "${INITIAL_ETCD_CLUSTER:-${host_name}}" | tr "," "\n"); do
etcd_host="etcd-${host}=${etcd_protocol}://${host}:$3"
if [[ -n "${etcd_cluster}" ]]; then
etcd_cluster+=","
fi
etcd_cluster+="${etcd_host}"
done
local -r temp_file="/tmp/$5"
cp "${KUBE_HOME}/kube-manifests/kubernetes/gci-trusty/etcd.manifest" "${temp_file}"
sed -i -e "s@{{ *suffix *}}@$1@g" "${temp_file}"
sed -i -e "s@{{ *port *}}@$2@g" "${temp_file}"
sed -i -e "s@{{ *server_port *}}@$3@g" "${temp_file}"
sed -i -e "s@{{ *cpulimit *}}@\"$4\"@g" "${temp_file}"
sed -i -e "s@{{ *hostname *}}@$host_name@g" "${temp_file}"
sed -i -e "s@{{ *host_ip *}}@$host_ip@g" "${temp_file}"
sed -i -e "s@{{ *etcd_cluster *}}@$etcd_cluster@g" "${temp_file}"
sed -i -e "s@{{ *liveness_probe_initial_delay *}}@${ETCD_LIVENESS_PROBE_INITIAL_DELAY_SEC:-15}@g" "${temp_file}"
# Get default storage backend from manifest file.
local -r default_storage_backend=$(cat "${temp_file}" | \
grep -o "{{ *pillar\.get('storage_backend', '\(.*\)') *}}" | \
sed -e "s@{{ *pillar\.get('storage_backend', '\(.*\)') *}}@\1@g")
if [[ -n "${STORAGE_BACKEND:-}" ]]; then
sed -i -e "s@{{ *pillar\.get('storage_backend', '\(.*\)') *}}@${STORAGE_BACKEND}@g" "${temp_file}"
else
sed -i -e "s@{{ *pillar\.get('storage_backend', '\(.*\)') *}}@\1@g" "${temp_file}"
fi
if [[ "${STORAGE_BACKEND:-${default_storage_backend}}" == "etcd3" ]]; then
sed -i -e "s@{{ *quota_bytes *}}@--quota-backend-bytes=${ETCD_QUOTA_BACKEND_BYTES:-4294967296}@g" "${temp_file}"
else
sed -i -e "s@{{ *quota_bytes *}}@@g" "${temp_file}"
fi
sed -i -e "s@{{ *cluster_state *}}@$cluster_state@g" "${temp_file}"
if [[ -n "${ETCD_IMAGE:-}" ]]; then
sed -i -e "s@{{ *pillar\.get('etcd_docker_tag', '\(.*\)') *}}@${ETCD_IMAGE}@g" "${temp_file}"
else
sed -i -e "s@{{ *pillar\.get('etcd_docker_tag', '\(.*\)') *}}@\1@g" "${temp_file}"
fi
if [[ -n "${ETCD_DOCKER_REPOSITORY:-}" ]]; then
sed -i -e "s@{{ *pillar\.get('etcd_docker_repository', '\(.*\)') *}}@${ETCD_DOCKER_REPOSITORY}@g" "${temp_file}"
else
sed -i -e "s@{{ *pillar\.get('etcd_docker_repository', '\(.*\)') *}}@\1@g" "${temp_file}"
fi
sed -i -e "s@{{ *etcd_protocol *}}@$etcd_protocol@g" "${temp_file}"
sed -i -e "s@{{ *etcd_creds *}}@$etcd_creds@g" "${temp_file}"
sed -i -e "s@{{ *etcd_extra_args *}}@$etcd_extra_args@g" "${temp_file}"
if [[ -n "${ETCD_VERSION:-}" ]]; then
sed -i -e "s@{{ *pillar\.get('etcd_version', '\(.*\)') *}}@${ETCD_VERSION}@g" "${temp_file}"
else
sed -i -e "s@{{ *pillar\.get('etcd_version', '\(.*\)') *}}@\1@g" "${temp_file}"
fi
# Replace the volume host path.
sed -i -e "s@/mnt/master-pd/var/etcd@/mnt/disks/master-pd/var/etcd@g" "${temp_file}"
mv "${temp_file}" /etc/kubernetes/manifests
}
function start-etcd-empty-dir-cleanup-pod {
local -r src_file="${KUBE_HOME}/kube-manifests/kubernetes/gci-trusty/etcd-empty-dir-cleanup.yaml"
cp "${src_file}" "/etc/kubernetes/manifests"
}
# Starts etcd server pod (and etcd-events pod if needed).
# More specifically, it prepares dirs and files, sets the variable value
# in the manifests, and copies them to /etc/kubernetes/manifests.
function start-etcd-servers {
echo "Start etcd pods"
if [[ -d /etc/etcd ]]; then
rm -rf /etc/etcd
fi
if [[ -e /etc/default/etcd ]]; then
rm -f /etc/default/etcd
fi
if [[ -e /etc/systemd/system/etcd.service ]]; then
rm -f /etc/systemd/system/etcd.service
fi
if [[ -e /etc/init.d/etcd ]]; then
rm -f /etc/init.d/etcd
fi
prepare-log-file /var/log/etcd.log
prepare-etcd-manifest "" "2379" "2380" "200m" "etcd.manifest"
prepare-log-file /var/log/etcd-events.log
prepare-etcd-manifest "-events" "4002" "2381" "100m" "etcd-events.manifest"
}
# Calculates the following variables based on env variables, which will be used
# by the manifests of several kube-master components.
# CLOUD_CONFIG_OPT
# CLOUD_CONFIG_VOLUME
# CLOUD_CONFIG_MOUNT
# DOCKER_REGISTRY
# FLEXVOLUME_HOSTPATH_MOUNT
# FLEXVOLUME_HOSTPATH_VOLUME
function compute-master-manifest-variables {
CLOUD_CONFIG_OPT=""
CLOUD_CONFIG_VOLUME=""
CLOUD_CONFIG_MOUNT=""
if [[ -f /etc/gce.conf ]]; then
CLOUD_CONFIG_OPT="--cloud-config=/etc/gce.conf"
CLOUD_CONFIG_VOLUME="{\"name\": \"cloudconfigmount\",\"hostPath\": {\"path\": \"/etc/gce.conf\", \"type\": \"FileOrCreate\"}},"
CLOUD_CONFIG_MOUNT="{\"name\": \"cloudconfigmount\",\"mountPath\": \"/etc/gce.conf\", \"readOnly\": true},"
fi
DOCKER_REGISTRY="k8s.gcr.io"
if [[ -n "${KUBE_DOCKER_REGISTRY:-}" ]]; then
DOCKER_REGISTRY="${KUBE_DOCKER_REGISTRY}"
fi
FLEXVOLUME_HOSTPATH_MOUNT=""
FLEXVOLUME_HOSTPATH_VOLUME=""
if [[ -n "${VOLUME_PLUGIN_DIR:-}" ]]; then
FLEXVOLUME_HOSTPATH_MOUNT="{ \"name\": \"flexvolumedir\", \"mountPath\": \"${VOLUME_PLUGIN_DIR}\", \"readOnly\": true},"
FLEXVOLUME_HOSTPATH_VOLUME="{ \"name\": \"flexvolumedir\", \"hostPath\": {\"path\": \"${VOLUME_PLUGIN_DIR}\"}},"
fi
}
# A helper function that bind mounts kubelet dirs for running mount in a chroot
function prepare-mounter-rootfs {
echo "Prepare containerized mounter"
mount --bind "${CONTAINERIZED_MOUNTER_HOME}" "${CONTAINERIZED_MOUNTER_HOME}"
mount -o remount,exec "${CONTAINERIZED_MOUNTER_HOME}"
CONTAINERIZED_MOUNTER_ROOTFS="${CONTAINERIZED_MOUNTER_HOME}/rootfs"
mount --rbind /var/lib/kubelet/ "${CONTAINERIZED_MOUNTER_ROOTFS}/var/lib/kubelet"
mount --make-rshared "${CONTAINERIZED_MOUNTER_ROOTFS}/var/lib/kubelet"
mount --bind -o ro /proc "${CONTAINERIZED_MOUNTER_ROOTFS}/proc"
mount --bind -o ro /dev "${CONTAINERIZED_MOUNTER_ROOTFS}/dev"
cp /etc/resolv.conf "${CONTAINERIZED_MOUNTER_ROOTFS}/etc/"
}
# Starts kubernetes apiserver.
# It prepares the log file, loads the docker image, calculates variables, sets them
# in the manifest file, and then copies the manifest file to /etc/kubernetes/manifests.
#
# Assumed vars (which are calculated in function compute-master-manifest-variables)
# CLOUD_CONFIG_OPT
# CLOUD_CONFIG_VOLUME
# CLOUD_CONFIG_MOUNT
# DOCKER_REGISTRY
function start-kube-apiserver {
echo "Start kubernetes api-server"
prepare-log-file "${KUBE_API_SERVER_LOG_PATH:-/var/log/kube-apiserver.log}"
prepare-log-file "${KUBE_API_SERVER_AUDIT_LOG_PATH:-/var/log/kube-apiserver-audit.log}"
# Calculate variables and assemble the command line.
local params="${API_SERVER_TEST_LOG_LEVEL:-"--v=2"} ${APISERVER_TEST_ARGS:-} ${CLOUD_CONFIG_OPT}"
params+=" --address=127.0.0.1"
params+=" --allow-privileged=true"
params+=" --cloud-provider=gce"
params+=" --client-ca-file=${CA_CERT_BUNDLE_PATH}"
params+=" --etcd-servers=${ETCD_SERVERS:-http://127.0.0.1:2379}"
if [[ -z "${ETCD_SERVERS:-}" ]]; then
params+=" --etcd-servers-overrides=${ETCD_SERVERS_OVERRIDES:-/events#http://127.0.0.1:4002}"
elif [[ -n "${ETCD_SERVERS_OVERRIDES:-}" ]]; then
params+=" --etcd-servers-overrides=${ETCD_SERVERS_OVERRIDES:-}"
fi
params+=" --secure-port=443"
params+=" --tls-cert-file=${APISERVER_SERVER_CERT_PATH}"
params+=" --tls-private-key-file=${APISERVER_SERVER_KEY_PATH}"
params+=" --kubelet-preferred-address-types=InternalIP,ExternalIP,Hostname"
if [[ -s "${REQUESTHEADER_CA_CERT_PATH:-}" ]]; then
params+=" --requestheader-client-ca-file=${REQUESTHEADER_CA_CERT_PATH}"
params+=" --requestheader-allowed-names=aggregator"
params+=" --requestheader-extra-headers-prefix=X-Remote-Extra-"
params+=" --requestheader-group-headers=X-Remote-Group"
params+=" --requestheader-username-headers=X-Remote-User"
params+=" --proxy-client-cert-file=${PROXY_CLIENT_CERT_PATH}"
params+=" --proxy-client-key-file=${PROXY_CLIENT_KEY_PATH}"
fi
params+=" --enable-aggregator-routing=true"
if [[ -e "${APISERVER_CLIENT_CERT_PATH}" ]] && [[ -e "${APISERVER_CLIENT_KEY_PATH}" ]]; then
params+=" --kubelet-client-certificate=${APISERVER_CLIENT_CERT_PATH}"
params+=" --kubelet-client-key=${APISERVER_CLIENT_KEY_PATH}"
fi
if [[ -n "${SERVICEACCOUNT_CERT_PATH:-}" ]]; then
params+=" --service-account-key-file=${SERVICEACCOUNT_CERT_PATH}"
fi
params+=" --token-auth-file=/etc/srv/kubernetes/known_tokens.csv"
if [[ -n "${KUBE_PASSWORD:-}" && -n "${KUBE_USER:-}" ]]; then
params+=" --basic-auth-file=/etc/srv/kubernetes/basic_auth.csv"
fi
if [[ -n "${STORAGE_BACKEND:-}" ]]; then
params+=" --storage-backend=${STORAGE_BACKEND}"
fi
if [[ -n "${STORAGE_MEDIA_TYPE:-}" ]]; then
params+=" --storage-media-type=${STORAGE_MEDIA_TYPE}"
fi
if [[ -n "${ETCD_COMPACTION_INTERVAL_SEC:-}" ]]; then
params+=" --etcd-compaction-interval=${ETCD_COMPACTION_INTERVAL_SEC}s"
fi
if [[ -n "${KUBE_APISERVER_REQUEST_TIMEOUT_SEC:-}" ]]; then
params+=" --request-timeout=${KUBE_APISERVER_REQUEST_TIMEOUT_SEC}s"
fi
if [[ -n "${ENABLE_GARBAGE_COLLECTOR:-}" ]]; then
params+=" --enable-garbage-collector=${ENABLE_GARBAGE_COLLECTOR}"
fi
if [[ -n "${NUM_NODES:-}" ]]; then
# If the cluster is large, increase max-requests-inflight limit in apiserver.
if [[ "${NUM_NODES}" -ge 3000 ]]; then
params+=" --max-requests-inflight=3000 --max-mutating-requests-inflight=1000"
elif [[ "${NUM_NODES}" -ge 1000 ]]; then
params+=" --max-requests-inflight=1500 --max-mutating-requests-inflight=500"
fi
# Set amount of memory available for apiserver based on number of nodes.
# TODO: Once we start setting proper requests and limits for apiserver
# we should reuse the same logic here instead of current heuristic.
params+=" --target-ram-mb=$((${NUM_NODES} * 60))"
fi
if [[ -n "${SERVICE_CLUSTER_IP_RANGE:-}" ]]; then
params+=" --service-cluster-ip-range=${SERVICE_CLUSTER_IP_RANGE}"
fi
params+=" --service-account-issuer=${SERVICEACCOUNT_ISSUER}"
params+=" --service-account-api-audiences=${SERVICEACCOUNT_ISSUER}"
params+=" --service-account-signing-key-file=${SERVICEACCOUNT_KEY_PATH}"
local audit_policy_config_mount=""
local audit_policy_config_volume=""
local audit_webhook_config_mount=""
local audit_webhook_config_volume=""
if [[ "${ENABLE_APISERVER_ADVANCED_AUDIT:-}" == "true" ]]; then
local -r audit_policy_file="/etc/audit_policy.config"
params+=" --audit-policy-file=${audit_policy_file}"
# Create the audit policy file, and mount it into the apiserver pod.
create-master-audit-policy "${audit_policy_file}" "${ADVANCED_AUDIT_POLICY:-}"
audit_policy_config_mount="{\"name\": \"auditpolicyconfigmount\",\"mountPath\": \"${audit_policy_file}\", \"readOnly\": true},"
audit_policy_config_volume="{\"name\": \"auditpolicyconfigmount\",\"hostPath\": {\"path\": \"${audit_policy_file}\", \"type\": \"FileOrCreate\"}},"
if [[ "${ADVANCED_AUDIT_BACKEND:-log}" == *"log"* ]]; then
# The advanced audit log backend config matches the basic audit log config.
params+=" --audit-log-path=/var/log/kube-apiserver-audit.log"
params+=" --audit-log-maxage=0"
params+=" --audit-log-maxbackup=0"
# Lumberjack doesn't offer any way to disable size-based rotation. It also
# has an in-memory counter that doesn't notice if you truncate the file.
# 2000000000 (in MiB) is a large number that fits in 31 bits. If the log
# grows at 10MiB/s (~30K QPS), it will rotate after ~6 years if apiserver
# never restarts. Please manually restart apiserver before this time.
params+=" --audit-log-maxsize=2000000000"
# Batching parameters
if [[ -n "${ADVANCED_AUDIT_LOG_MODE:-}" ]]; then
params+=" --audit-log-mode=${ADVANCED_AUDIT_LOG_MODE}"
fi
if [[ -n "${ADVANCED_AUDIT_LOG_BUFFER_SIZE:-}" ]]; then
params+=" --audit-log-batch-buffer-size=${ADVANCED_AUDIT_LOG_BUFFER_SIZE}"
fi
if [[ -n "${ADVANCED_AUDIT_LOG_MAX_BATCH_SIZE:-}" ]]; then
params+=" --audit-log-batch-max-size=${ADVANCED_AUDIT_LOG_MAX_BATCH_SIZE}"
fi
if [[ -n "${ADVANCED_AUDIT_LOG_MAX_BATCH_WAIT:-}" ]]; then
params+=" --audit-log-batch-max-wait=${ADVANCED_AUDIT_LOG_MAX_BATCH_WAIT}"
fi
if [[ -n "${ADVANCED_AUDIT_LOG_THROTTLE_QPS:-}" ]]; then
params+=" --audit-log-batch-throttle-qps=${ADVANCED_AUDIT_LOG_THROTTLE_QPS}"
fi
if [[ -n "${ADVANCED_AUDIT_LOG_THROTTLE_BURST:-}" ]]; then
params+=" --audit-log-batch-throttle-burst=${ADVANCED_AUDIT_LOG_THROTTLE_BURST}"
fi
if [[ -n "${ADVANCED_AUDIT_LOG_INITIAL_BACKOFF:-}" ]]; then
params+=" --audit-log-initial-backoff=${ADVANCED_AUDIT_LOG_INITIAL_BACKOFF}"
fi
# Truncating backend parameters
if [[ -n "${ADVANCED_AUDIT_TRUNCATING_BACKEND:-}" ]]; then
params+=" --audit-log-truncate-enabled=${ADVANCED_AUDIT_TRUNCATING_BACKEND}"
fi
fi
if [[ "${ADVANCED_AUDIT_BACKEND:-}" == *"webhook"* ]]; then
# Create the audit webhook config file, and mount it into the apiserver pod.
local -r audit_webhook_config_file="/etc/audit_webhook.config"
params+=" --audit-webhook-config-file=${audit_webhook_config_file}"
create-master-audit-webhook-config "${audit_webhook_config_file}"
audit_webhook_config_mount="{\"name\": \"auditwebhookconfigmount\",\"mountPath\": \"${audit_webhook_config_file}\", \"readOnly\": true},"
audit_webhook_config_volume="{\"name\": \"auditwebhookconfigmount\",\"hostPath\": {\"path\": \"${audit_webhook_config_file}\", \"type\": \"FileOrCreate\"}},"
# Batching parameters
if [[ -n "${ADVANCED_AUDIT_WEBHOOK_MODE:-}" ]]; then
params+=" --audit-webhook-mode=${ADVANCED_AUDIT_WEBHOOK_MODE}"
else
params+=" --audit-webhook-mode=batch"
fi
if [[ -n "${ADVANCED_AUDIT_WEBHOOK_BUFFER_SIZE:-}" ]]; then
params+=" --audit-webhook-batch-buffer-size=${ADVANCED_AUDIT_WEBHOOK_BUFFER_SIZE}"
fi
if [[ -n "${ADVANCED_AUDIT_WEBHOOK_MAX_BATCH_SIZE:-}" ]]; then
params+=" --audit-webhook-batch-max-size=${ADVANCED_AUDIT_WEBHOOK_MAX_BATCH_SIZE}"
fi
if [[ -n "${ADVANCED_AUDIT_WEBHOOK_MAX_BATCH_WAIT:-}" ]]; then
params+=" --audit-webhook-batch-max-wait=${ADVANCED_AUDIT_WEBHOOK_MAX_BATCH_WAIT}"
fi
if [[ -n "${ADVANCED_AUDIT_WEBHOOK_THROTTLE_QPS:-}" ]]; then
params+=" --audit-webhook-batch-throttle-qps=${ADVANCED_AUDIT_WEBHOOK_THROTTLE_QPS}"
fi
if [[ -n "${ADVANCED_AUDIT_WEBHOOK_THROTTLE_BURST:-}" ]]; then
params+=" --audit-webhook-batch-throttle-burst=${ADVANCED_AUDIT_WEBHOOK_THROTTLE_BURST}"
fi
if [[ -n "${ADVANCED_AUDIT_WEBHOOK_INITIAL_BACKOFF:-}" ]]; then
params+=" --audit-webhook-initial-backoff=${ADVANCED_AUDIT_WEBHOOK_INITIAL_BACKOFF}"
fi
# Truncating backend parameters
if [[ -n "${ADVANCED_AUDIT_TRUNCATING_BACKEND:-}" ]]; then
params+=" --audit-webhook-truncate-enabled=${ADVANCED_AUDIT_TRUNCATING_BACKEND}"
fi
fi
fi
if [[ "${ENABLE_APISERVER_LOGS_HANDLER:-}" == "false" ]]; then
params+=" --enable-logs-handler=false"
fi
if [[ "${APISERVER_SET_KUBELET_CA:-false}" == "true" ]]; then
params+=" --kubelet-certificate-authority=${CA_CERT_BUNDLE_PATH}"
fi
local admission_controller_config_mount=""
local admission_controller_config_volume=""
local image_policy_webhook_config_mount=""
local image_policy_webhook_config_volume=""
if [[ -n "${ADMISSION_CONTROL:-}" ]]; then
params+=" --admission-control=${ADMISSION_CONTROL}"
if [[ ${ADMISSION_CONTROL} == *"ImagePolicyWebhook"* ]]; then
params+=" --admission-control-config-file=/etc/admission_controller.config"
# Mount the file to configure admission controllers if ImagePolicyWebhook is set.
admission_controller_config_mount="{\"name\": \"admissioncontrollerconfigmount\",\"mountPath\": \"/etc/admission_controller.config\", \"readOnly\": false},"
admission_controller_config_volume="{\"name\": \"admissioncontrollerconfigmount\",\"hostPath\": {\"path\": \"/etc/admission_controller.config\", \"type\": \"FileOrCreate\"}},"
# Mount the file to configure the ImagePolicyWebhook's webhook.
image_policy_webhook_config_mount="{\"name\": \"imagepolicywebhookconfigmount\",\"mountPath\": \"/etc/gcp_image_review.config\", \"readOnly\": false},"
image_policy_webhook_config_volume="{\"name\": \"imagepolicywebhookconfigmount\",\"hostPath\": {\"path\": \"/etc/gcp_image_review.config\", \"type\": \"FileOrCreate\"}},"
fi
fi
if [[ -n "${KUBE_APISERVER_REQUEST_TIMEOUT:-}" ]]; then
params+=" --min-request-timeout=${KUBE_APISERVER_REQUEST_TIMEOUT}"
fi
if [[ -n "${RUNTIME_CONFIG:-}" ]]; then
params+=" --runtime-config=${RUNTIME_CONFIG}"
fi
if [[ -n "${FEATURE_GATES:-}" ]]; then
params+=" --feature-gates=${FEATURE_GATES}"
fi
if [[ -n "${MASTER_ADVERTISE_ADDRESS:-}" ]]; then
params+=" --advertise-address=${MASTER_ADVERTISE_ADDRESS}"
if [[ -n "${PROXY_SSH_USER:-}" ]]; then
params+=" --ssh-user=${PROXY_SSH_USER}"
params+=" --ssh-keyfile=/etc/srv/sshproxy/.sshkeyfile"
fi
elif [[ -n "${PROJECT_ID:-}" && -n "${TOKEN_URL:-}" && -n "${TOKEN_BODY:-}" && -n "${NODE_NETWORK:-}" ]]; then
local -r vm_external_ip=$(get-metadata-value "instance/network-interfaces/0/access-configs/0/external-ip")
if [[ -n "${PROXY_SSH_USER:-}" ]]; then
params+=" --advertise-address=${vm_external_ip}"
params+=" --ssh-user=${PROXY_SSH_USER}"
params+=" --ssh-keyfile=/etc/srv/sshproxy/.sshkeyfile"
fi
fi
local webhook_authn_config_mount=""
local webhook_authn_config_volume=""
if [[ -n "${GCP_AUTHN_URL:-}" ]]; then
params+=" --authentication-token-webhook-config-file=/etc/gcp_authn.config"
webhook_authn_config_mount="{\"name\": \"webhookauthnconfigmount\",\"mountPath\": \"/etc/gcp_authn.config\", \"readOnly\": false},"
webhook_authn_config_volume="{\"name\": \"webhookauthnconfigmount\",\"hostPath\": {\"path\": \"/etc/gcp_authn.config\", \"type\": \"FileOrCreate\"}},"
if [[ -n "${GCP_AUTHN_CACHE_TTL:-}" ]]; then
params+=" --authentication-token-webhook-cache-ttl=${GCP_AUTHN_CACHE_TTL}"
fi
fi
local authorization_mode="RBAC"
local -r src_dir="${KUBE_HOME}/kube-manifests/kubernetes/gci-trusty"
# Enable ABAC mode unless the user explicitly opts out with ENABLE_LEGACY_ABAC=false
if [[ "${ENABLE_LEGACY_ABAC:-}" != "false" ]]; then
echo "Warning: Enabling legacy ABAC policy. All service accounts will have superuser API access. Set ENABLE_LEGACY_ABAC=false to disable this."
# Create the ABAC file if it doesn't exist yet, or if we have a KUBE_USER set (to ensure the right user is given permissions)
if [[ -n "${KUBE_USER:-}" || ! -e /etc/srv/kubernetes/abac-authz-policy.jsonl ]]; then
local -r abac_policy_json="${src_dir}/abac-authz-policy.jsonl"
if [[ -n "${KUBE_USER:-}" ]]; then
sed -i -e "s/{{kube_user}}/${KUBE_USER}/g" "${abac_policy_json}"
else
sed -i -e "/{{kube_user}}/d" "${abac_policy_json}"
fi
cp "${abac_policy_json}" /etc/srv/kubernetes/
fi
params+=" --authorization-policy-file=/etc/srv/kubernetes/abac-authz-policy.jsonl"
authorization_mode+=",ABAC"
fi
local webhook_config_mount=""
local webhook_config_volume=""
if [[ -n "${GCP_AUTHZ_URL:-}" ]]; then
authorization_mode="${authorization_mode},Webhook"
params+=" --authorization-webhook-config-file=/etc/gcp_authz.config"
webhook_config_mount="{\"name\": \"webhookconfigmount\",\"mountPath\": \"/etc/gcp_authz.config\", \"readOnly\": false},"
webhook_config_volume="{\"name\": \"webhookconfigmount\",\"hostPath\": {\"path\": \"/etc/gcp_authz.config\", \"type\": \"FileOrCreate\"}},"
if [[ -n "${GCP_AUTHZ_CACHE_AUTHORIZED_TTL:-}" ]]; then
params+=" --authorization-webhook-cache-authorized-ttl=${GCP_AUTHZ_CACHE_AUTHORIZED_TTL}"
fi
if [[ -n "${GCP_AUTHZ_CACHE_UNAUTHORIZED_TTL:-}" ]]; then
params+=" --authorization-webhook-cache-unauthorized-ttl=${GCP_AUTHZ_CACHE_UNAUTHORIZED_TTL}"
fi
fi
authorization_mode="Node,${authorization_mode}"
params+=" --authorization-mode=${authorization_mode}"
local container_env=""
if [[ -n "${ENABLE_CACHE_MUTATION_DETECTOR:-}" ]]; then
container_env+="{\"name\": \"KUBE_CACHE_MUTATION_DETECTOR\", \"value\": \"${ENABLE_CACHE_MUTATION_DETECTOR}\"}"
fi
if [[ -n "${ENABLE_PATCH_CONVERSION_DETECTOR:-}" ]]; then
if [[ -n "${container_env}" ]]; then
container_env="${container_env}, "
fi
container_env+="{\"name\": \"KUBE_PATCH_CONVERSION_DETECTOR\", \"value\": \"${ENABLE_PATCH_CONVERSION_DETECTOR}\"}"
fi
if [[ -n "${container_env}" ]]; then
container_env="\"env\":[${container_env}],"
fi
local -r src_file="${src_dir}/kube-apiserver.manifest"
# params is passed by reference, so no "$"
setup-etcd-encryption "${src_file}" params
# Evaluate variables.
local -r kube_apiserver_docker_tag="${KUBE_API_SERVER_DOCKER_TAG:-$(cat /home/kubernetes/kube-docker-files/kube-apiserver.docker_tag)}"
sed -i -e "s@{{params}}@${params}@g" "${src_file}"
sed -i -e "s@{{container_env}}@${container_env}@g" ${src_file}
sed -i -e "s@{{srv_sshproxy_path}}@/etc/srv/sshproxy@g" "${src_file}"
sed -i -e "s@{{cloud_config_mount}}@${CLOUD_CONFIG_MOUNT}@g" "${src_file}"
sed -i -e "s@{{cloud_config_volume}}@${CLOUD_CONFIG_VOLUME}@g" "${src_file}"
sed -i -e "s@{{pillar\['kube_docker_registry'\]}}@${DOCKER_REGISTRY}@g" "${src_file}"
sed -i -e "s@{{pillar\['kube-apiserver_docker_tag'\]}}@${kube_apiserver_docker_tag}@g" "${src_file}"
sed -i -e "s@{{pillar\['allow_privileged'\]}}@true@g" "${src_file}"
sed -i -e "s@{{liveness_probe_initial_delay}}@${KUBE_APISERVER_LIVENESS_PROBE_INITIAL_DELAY_SEC:-15}@g" "${src_file}"
sed -i -e "s@{{secure_port}}@443@g" "${src_file}"
sed -i -e "s@{{secure_port}}@8080@g" "${src_file}"
sed -i -e "s@{{additional_cloud_config_mount}}@@g" "${src_file}"
sed -i -e "s@{{additional_cloud_config_volume}}@@g" "${src_file}"
sed -i -e "s@{{webhook_authn_config_mount}}@${webhook_authn_config_mount}@g" "${src_file}"
sed -i -e "s@{{webhook_authn_config_volume}}@${webhook_authn_config_volume}@g" "${src_file}"
sed -i -e "s@{{webhook_config_mount}}@${webhook_config_mount}@g" "${src_file}"
sed -i -e "s@{{webhook_config_volume}}@${webhook_config_volume}@g" "${src_file}"
sed -i -e "s@{{audit_policy_config_mount}}@${audit_policy_config_mount}@g" "${src_file}"
sed -i -e "s@{{audit_policy_config_volume}}@${audit_policy_config_volume}@g" "${src_file}"
sed -i -e "s@{{audit_webhook_config_mount}}@${audit_webhook_config_mount}@g" "${src_file}"
sed -i -e "s@{{audit_webhook_config_volume}}@${audit_webhook_config_volume}@g" "${src_file}"
sed -i -e "s@{{admission_controller_config_mount}}@${admission_controller_config_mount}@g" "${src_file}"
sed -i -e "s@{{admission_controller_config_volume}}@${admission_controller_config_volume}@g" "${src_file}"
sed -i -e "s@{{image_policy_webhook_config_mount}}@${image_policy_webhook_config_mount}@g" "${src_file}"
sed -i -e "s@{{image_policy_webhook_config_volume}}@${image_policy_webhook_config_volume}@g" "${src_file}"
cp "${src_file}" "${ETC_MANIFESTS:-/etc/kubernetes/manifests}"
}
# Sets-up etcd encryption.
# Configuration of etcd level encryption consists of the following steps:
# 1. Writing encryption provider config to disk
# 2. Adding experimental-encryption-provider-config flag to kube-apiserver
# 3. Add kms-socket-vol and kms-socket-vol-mnt to enable communication with kms-plugin (if requested)
#
# Expects parameters:
# $1 - path to kube-apiserver template
# $2 - kube-apiserver startup flags (must be passed by reference)
#
# Assumes vars (supplied via kube-env):
# ENCRYPTION_PROVIDER_CONFIG
# CLOUD_KMS_INTEGRATION
# ENCRYPTION_PROVIDER_CONFIG_PATH (will default to /etc/srv/kubernetes/encryption-provider-config.yml)
function setup-etcd-encryption {
local kube_apiserver_template_path
local -n kube_api_server_params
local default_encryption_provider_config_vol
local default_encryption_provider_config_vol_mnt
local encryption_provider_config_vol_mnt
local encryption_provider_config_vol
local default_kms_socket_dir
local default_kms_socket_vol_mnt
local default_kms_socket_vol
local kms_socket_vol_mnt
local kms_socket_vol
local encryption_provider_config_path
kube_apiserver_template_path="$1"
if [[ -z "${ENCRYPTION_PROVIDER_CONFIG:-}" ]]; then
sed -i -e " {
s@{{encryption_provider_mount}}@@
s@{{encryption_provider_volume}}@@
s@{{kms_socket_mount}}@@
s@{{kms_socket_volume}}@@
} " "${kube_apiserver_template_path}"
return
fi
kube_api_server_params="$2"
encryption_provider_config_path=${ENCRYPTION_PROVIDER_CONFIG_PATH:-/etc/srv/kubernetes/encryption-provider-config.yml}
echo "${ENCRYPTION_PROVIDER_CONFIG}" | base64 --decode > "${encryption_provider_config_path}"
kube_api_server_params+=" --experimental-encryption-provider-config=${encryption_provider_config_path}"
default_encryption_provider_config_vol=$(echo "{ \"name\": \"encryptionconfig\", \"hostPath\": {\"path\": \"${encryption_provider_config_path}\", \"type\": \"File\"}}" | base64 | tr -d '\r\n')
default_encryption_provider_config_vol_mnt=$(echo "{ \"name\": \"encryptionconfig\", \"mountPath\": \"${encryption_provider_config_path}\", \"readOnly\": true}" | base64 | tr -d '\r\n')
encryption_provider_config_vol_mnt=$(echo "${ENCRYPTION_PROVIDER_CONFIG_VOL_MNT:-"${default_encryption_provider_config_vol_mnt}"}" | base64 --decode)
encryption_provider_config_vol=$(echo "${ENCRYPTION_PROVIDER_CONFIG_VOL:-"${default_encryption_provider_config_vol}"}" | base64 --decode)
sed -i -e " {
s@{{encryption_provider_mount}}@${encryption_provider_config_vol_mnt},@
s@{{encryption_provider_volume}}@${encryption_provider_config_vol},@
} " "${kube_apiserver_template_path}"
if [[ -n "${CLOUD_KMS_INTEGRATION:-}" ]]; then
default_kms_socket_dir="/var/run/kmsplugin"
default_kms_socket_vol_mnt=$(echo "{ \"name\": \"kmssocket\", \"mountPath\": \"${default_kms_socket_dir}\", \"readOnly\": false}" | base64 | tr -d '\r\n')
default_kms_socket_vol=$(echo "{ \"name\": \"kmssocket\", \"hostPath\": {\"path\": \"${default_kms_socket_dir}\", \"type\": \"DirectoryOrCreate\"}}" | base64 | tr -d '\r\n')
kms_socket_vol_mnt=$(echo "${KMS_PLUGIN_SOCKET_VOL_MNT:-"${default_kms_socket_vol_mnt}"}" | base64 --decode)
kms_socket_vol=$(echo "${KMS_PLUGIN_SOCKET_VOL:-"${default_kms_socket_vol}"}" | base64 --decode)
sed -i -e " {
s@{{kms_socket_mount}}@${kms_socket_vol_mnt},@
s@{{kms_socket_volume}}@${kms_socket_vol},@
} " "${kube_apiserver_template_path}"
else
sed -i -e " {
s@{{kms_socket_mount}}@@
s@{{kms_socket_volume}}@@
} " "${kube_apiserver_template_path}"
fi
}
# Applies encryption provider config.
# This function may be triggered in two scenarios:
# 1. Decryption of etcd
# 2. Encryption of etcd is added after the cluster is deployed
# Both cases require that the existing secrets in etcd be re-proceeded.
#
# Assumes vars (supplied via kube-env):
# ENCRYPTION_PROVIDER_CONFIG_FORCE
function apply-encryption-config() {
if [[ "${ENCRYPTION_PROVIDER_CONFIG_FORCE:-false}" == "false" ]]; then
return
fi
# need kube-apiserver to be ready
until kubectl get secret; do
sleep ${ENCRYPTION_PROVIDER_CONFIG_FORCE_DELAY:-5}
done
retries=${ENCRYPTION_PROVIDER_CONFIG_FORCE_RETRIES:-5}
# The command below may fail when a conflict is detected during an update on a secret (something
# else updated the secret in the middle of our update).
# TODO: Retry only on errors caused by a conflict.
until (( retries == 0 )); do
# forces all secrets to be re-written to etcd, and in the process either encrypting or decrypting them
# https://kubernetes.io/docs/tasks/administer-cluster/encrypt-data/
if kubectl get secrets --all-namespaces -o json | kubectl replace -f -; then
break
fi
(( retries-- ))
sleep "${ENCRYPTION_PROVIDER_CONFIG_FORCE_RETRY_SLEEP:-3}"
done
}
# Starts kubernetes controller manager.
# It prepares the log file, loads the docker image, calculates variables, sets them
# in the manifest file, and then copies the manifest file to /etc/kubernetes/manifests.
#
# Assumed vars (which are calculated in function compute-master-manifest-variables)
# CLOUD_CONFIG_OPT
# CLOUD_CONFIG_VOLUME
# CLOUD_CONFIG_MOUNT
# DOCKER_REGISTRY
function start-kube-controller-manager {
echo "Start kubernetes controller-manager"
create-kubecontrollermanager-kubeconfig
prepare-log-file /var/log/kube-controller-manager.log
# Calculate variables and assemble the command line.
local params="${CONTROLLER_MANAGER_TEST_LOG_LEVEL:-"--v=2"} ${CONTROLLER_MANAGER_TEST_ARGS:-} ${CLOUD_CONFIG_OPT}"
params+=" --use-service-account-credentials"
params+=" --cloud-provider=gce"
params+=" --kubeconfig=/etc/srv/kubernetes/kube-controller-manager/kubeconfig"
params+=" --root-ca-file=${CA_CERT_BUNDLE_PATH}"
params+=" --service-account-private-key-file=${SERVICEACCOUNT_KEY_PATH}"
if [[ -n "${ENABLE_GARBAGE_COLLECTOR:-}" ]]; then
params+=" --enable-garbage-collector=${ENABLE_GARBAGE_COLLECTOR}"
fi
if [[ -n "${INSTANCE_PREFIX:-}" ]]; then
params+=" --cluster-name=${INSTANCE_PREFIX}"
fi
if [[ -n "${CLUSTER_IP_RANGE:-}" ]]; then
params+=" --cluster-cidr=${CLUSTER_IP_RANGE}"
fi
if [[ -n "${CA_KEY:-}" ]]; then
params+=" --cluster-signing-cert-file=${CA_CERT_PATH}"
params+=" --cluster-signing-key-file=${CA_KEY_PATH}"
fi
if [[ -n "${SERVICE_CLUSTER_IP_RANGE:-}" ]]; then
params+=" --service-cluster-ip-range=${SERVICE_CLUSTER_IP_RANGE}"
fi
if [[ -n "${CONCURRENT_SERVICE_SYNCS:-}" ]]; then
params+=" --concurrent-service-syncs=${CONCURRENT_SERVICE_SYNCS}"
fi
if [[ "${NETWORK_PROVIDER:-}" == "kubenet" ]]; then
params+=" --allocate-node-cidrs=true"
elif [[ -n "${ALLOCATE_NODE_CIDRS:-}" ]]; then
params+=" --allocate-node-cidrs=${ALLOCATE_NODE_CIDRS}"
fi
if [[ -n "${TERMINATED_POD_GC_THRESHOLD:-}" ]]; then
params+=" --terminated-pod-gc-threshold=${TERMINATED_POD_GC_THRESHOLD}"
fi
if [[ "${ENABLE_IP_ALIASES:-}" == 'true' ]]; then
params+=" --cidr-allocator-type=${NODE_IPAM_MODE}"
params+=" --configure-cloud-routes=false"
fi
if [[ -n "${FEATURE_GATES:-}" ]]; then
params+=" --feature-gates=${FEATURE_GATES}"
fi
if [[ -n "${VOLUME_PLUGIN_DIR:-}" ]]; then
params+=" --flex-volume-plugin-dir=${VOLUME_PLUGIN_DIR}"
fi
if [[ -n "${CLUSTER_SIGNING_DURATION:-}" ]]; then
params+=" --experimental-cluster-signing-duration=$CLUSTER_SIGNING_DURATION"
fi
# Disable using HPA metrics REST clients if metrics-server isn't enabled,
# or if we want to explicitly disable it by setting HPA_USE_REST_CLIENT.
if [[ "${ENABLE_METRICS_SERVER:-}" != "true" ]] ||
[[ "${HPA_USE_REST_CLIENTS:-}" == "false" ]]; then
params+=" --horizontal-pod-autoscaler-use-rest-clients=false"
fi
if [[ -n "${PV_RECYCLER_OVERRIDE_TEMPLATE:-}" ]]; then
params+=" --pv-recycler-pod-template-filepath-nfs=$PV_RECYCLER_OVERRIDE_TEMPLATE"
params+=" --pv-recycler-pod-template-filepath-hostpath=$PV_RECYCLER_OVERRIDE_TEMPLATE"
fi
if [[ -n "${RUN_CONTROLLERS:-}" ]]; then
params+=" --controllers=${RUN_CONTROLLERS}"
fi
local -r kube_rc_docker_tag=$(cat /home/kubernetes/kube-docker-files/kube-controller-manager.docker_tag)
local container_env=""
if [[ -n "${ENABLE_CACHE_MUTATION_DETECTOR:-}" ]]; then
container_env="\"env\":[{\"name\": \"KUBE_CACHE_MUTATION_DETECTOR\", \"value\": \"${ENABLE_CACHE_MUTATION_DETECTOR}\"}],"
fi
local -r src_file="${KUBE_HOME}/kube-manifests/kubernetes/gci-trusty/kube-controller-manager.manifest"
# Evaluate variables.
sed -i -e "s@{{pillar\['kube_docker_registry'\]}}@${DOCKER_REGISTRY}@g" "${src_file}"
sed -i -e "s@{{pillar\['kube-controller-manager_docker_tag'\]}}@${kube_rc_docker_tag}@g" "${src_file}"
sed -i -e "s@{{params}}@${params}@g" "${src_file}"
sed -i -e "s@{{container_env}}@${container_env}@g" ${src_file}
sed -i -e "s@{{cloud_config_mount}}@${CLOUD_CONFIG_MOUNT}@g" "${src_file}"
sed -i -e "s@{{cloud_config_volume}}@${CLOUD_CONFIG_VOLUME}@g" "${src_file}"
sed -i -e "s@{{additional_cloud_config_mount}}@@g" "${src_file}"
sed -i -e "s@{{additional_cloud_config_volume}}@@g" "${src_file}"
sed -i -e "s@{{pv_recycler_mount}}@${PV_RECYCLER_MOUNT}@g" "${src_file}"
sed -i -e "s@{{pv_recycler_volume}}@${PV_RECYCLER_VOLUME}@g" "${src_file}"
sed -i -e "s@{{flexvolume_hostpath_mount}}@${FLEXVOLUME_HOSTPATH_MOUNT}@g" "${src_file}"
sed -i -e "s@{{flexvolume_hostpath}}@${FLEXVOLUME_HOSTPATH_VOLUME}@g" "${src_file}"
sed -i -e "s@{{cpurequest}}@${KUBE_CONTROLLER_MANAGER_CPU_REQUEST}@g" "${src_file}"
cp "${src_file}" /etc/kubernetes/manifests
}
# Starts kubernetes scheduler.
# It prepares the log file, loads the docker image, calculates variables, sets them
# in the manifest file, and then copies the manifest file to /etc/kubernetes/manifests.
#
# Assumed vars (which are calculated in compute-master-manifest-variables)
# DOCKER_REGISTRY
function start-kube-scheduler {
echo "Start kubernetes scheduler"
create-kubescheduler-kubeconfig
prepare-log-file /var/log/kube-scheduler.log
# Calculate variables and set them in the manifest.
params="${SCHEDULER_TEST_LOG_LEVEL:-"--v=2"} ${SCHEDULER_TEST_ARGS:-}"
params+=" --kubeconfig=/etc/srv/kubernetes/kube-scheduler/kubeconfig"
if [[ -n "${FEATURE_GATES:-}" ]]; then
params+=" --feature-gates=${FEATURE_GATES}"
fi
if [[ -n "${SCHEDULING_ALGORITHM_PROVIDER:-}" ]]; then
params+=" --algorithm-provider=${SCHEDULING_ALGORITHM_PROVIDER}"
fi
if [[ -n "${SCHEDULER_POLICY_CONFIG:-}" ]]; then
create-kubescheduler-policy-config
params+=" --use-legacy-policy-config"
params+=" --policy-config-file=/etc/srv/kubernetes/kube-scheduler/policy-config"
fi
local -r kube_scheduler_docker_tag=$(cat "${KUBE_HOME}/kube-docker-files/kube-scheduler.docker_tag")
# Remove salt comments and replace variables with values.
local -r src_file="${KUBE_HOME}/kube-manifests/kubernetes/gci-trusty/kube-scheduler.manifest"
sed -i -e "s@{{params}}@${params}@g" "${src_file}"
sed -i -e "s@{{pillar\['kube_docker_registry'\]}}@${DOCKER_REGISTRY}@g" "${src_file}"
sed -i -e "s@{{pillar\['kube-scheduler_docker_tag'\]}}@${kube_scheduler_docker_tag}@g" "${src_file}"
sed -i -e "s@{{cpurequest}}@${KUBE_SCHEDULER_CPU_REQUEST}@g" "${src_file}"
cp "${src_file}" /etc/kubernetes/manifests
}
# Starts cluster autoscaler.
# Assumed vars (which are calculated in function compute-master-manifest-variables)
# CLOUD_CONFIG_OPT
# CLOUD_CONFIG_VOLUME
# CLOUD_CONFIG_MOUNT
function start-cluster-autoscaler {
if [[ "${ENABLE_CLUSTER_AUTOSCALER:-}" == "true" ]]; then
echo "Start kubernetes cluster autoscaler"
setup-addon-manifests "addons" "rbac/cluster-autoscaler"
create-clusterautoscaler-kubeconfig
prepare-log-file /var/log/cluster-autoscaler.log
# Remove salt comments and replace variables with values
local -r src_file="${KUBE_HOME}/kube-manifests/kubernetes/gci-trusty/cluster-autoscaler.manifest"
local params="${AUTOSCALER_MIG_CONFIG} ${CLOUD_CONFIG_OPT} ${AUTOSCALER_EXPANDER_CONFIG:---expander=price}"
params+=" --kubeconfig=/etc/srv/kubernetes/cluster-autoscaler/kubeconfig"
sed -i -e "s@{{params}}@${params}@g" "${src_file}"
sed -i -e "s@{{cloud_config_mount}}@${CLOUD_CONFIG_MOUNT}@g" "${src_file}"
sed -i -e "s@{{cloud_config_volume}}@${CLOUD_CONFIG_VOLUME}@g" "${src_file}"
sed -i -e "s@{%.*%}@@g" "${src_file}"
cp "${src_file}" /etc/kubernetes/manifests
fi
}
# A helper function for setting up addon manifests.
#
# $1: addon category under /etc/kubernetes
# $2: manifest source dir
# $3: (optional) auxiliary manifest source dir
function setup-addon-manifests {
local -r src_dir="${KUBE_HOME}/kube-manifests/kubernetes/gci-trusty"
local -r dst_dir="/etc/kubernetes/$1/$2"
copy-manifests "${src_dir}/$2" "${dst_dir}"
# If the PodSecurityPolicy admission controller is enabled,
# set up the corresponding addon policies.
if [[ "${ENABLE_POD_SECURITY_POLICY:-}" == "true" ]]; then
local -r psp_dir="${src_dir}/${3:-$2}/podsecuritypolicies"
if [[ -d "${psp_dir}" ]]; then
copy-manifests "${psp_dir}" "${dst_dir}"
fi
fi
if [[ "${ENABLE_NODE_TERMINATION_HANDLER:-}" == "true" ]]; then
local -r nth_dir="${src_dir}/${3:-$2}/node-termination-handler"
if [[ -d "${nth_dir}" ]]; then
copy-manifests "${nth_dir}" "${dst_dir}"
fi
fi
}
# A function that downloads extra addons from a URL and puts them in the GCI
# manifests directory.
function download-extra-addons {
local -r out_dir="${KUBE_HOME}/kube-manifests/kubernetes/gci-trusty/gce-extras"
mkdir -p "${out_dir}"
local curl_cmd=(
"curl"
"--fail"
"--retry" "5"
"--retry-delay" "3"
"--silent"
"--show-error"
)
if [[ -n "${CURL_RETRY_CONNREFUSED:-}" ]]; then
curl_cmd+=("${CURL_RETRY_CONNREFUSED}")
fi
if [[ -n "${EXTRA_ADDONS_HEADER:-}" ]]; then
curl_cmd+=("-H" "${EXTRA_ADDONS_HEADER}")
fi
curl_cmd+=("-o" "${out_dir}/extras.json")
curl_cmd+=("${EXTRA_ADDONS_URL}")
"${curl_cmd[@]}"
}
# A function that fetches a GCE metadata value and echoes it out.
#
# $1: URL path after /computeMetadata/v1/ (without heading slash).
function get-metadata-value {
curl \
--retry 5 \
--retry-delay 3 \
${CURL_RETRY_CONNREFUSED} \
--fail \
--silent \
-H 'Metadata-Flavor: Google' \
"http://metadata/computeMetadata/v1/${1}"
}
# A helper function for copying manifests and setting dir/files
# permissions.
#
# $1: absolute source dir
# $2: absolute destination dir
function copy-manifests {
local -r src_dir="$1"
local -r dst_dir="$2"
if [[ ! -d "${dst_dir}" ]]; then
mkdir -p "${dst_dir}"
fi
local files=$(find "${src_dir}" -maxdepth 1 -name "*.yaml")
if [[ -n "${files}" ]]; then
cp "${src_dir}/"*.yaml "${dst_dir}"
fi
files=$(find "${src_dir}" -maxdepth 1 -name "*.json")
if [[ -n "${files}" ]]; then
cp "${src_dir}/"*.json "${dst_dir}"
fi
files=$(find "${src_dir}" -maxdepth 1 -name "*.yaml.in")
if [[ -n "${files}" ]]; then
cp "${src_dir}/"*.yaml.in "${dst_dir}"
fi
chown -R root:root "${dst_dir}"
chmod 755 "${dst_dir}"
chmod 644 "${dst_dir}"/*
}
# Fluentd resources are modified using ScalingPolicy CR, which may not be
# available at this point. Run this as a background process.
function wait-for-apiserver-and-update-fluentd {
local any_overrides=false
if [[ -n "${FLUENTD_GCP_MEMORY_LIMIT:-}" ]]; then
any_overrides=true
fi
if [[ -n "${FLUENTD_GCP_CPU_REQUEST:-}" ]]; then
any_overrides=true
fi
if [[ -n "${FLUENTD_GCP_MEMORY_REQUEST:-}" ]]; then
any_overrides=true
fi
if ! $any_overrides; then
# Nothing to do here.
exit
fi
# Wait until ScalingPolicy CRD is in place.
until kubectl get scalingpolicies.scalingpolicy.kope.io
do
sleep 10
done
# Single-shot, not managed by addon manager. Can be later modified or removed
# at will.
cat <<EOF | kubectl apply -f -
apiVersion: scalingpolicy.kope.io/v1alpha1
kind: ScalingPolicy
metadata:
name: fluentd-gcp-scaling-policy
namespace: kube-system
spec:
containers:
- name: fluentd-gcp
resources:
requests:
- resource: cpu
base: ${FLUENTD_GCP_CPU_REQUEST:-}
- resource: memory
base: ${FLUENTD_GCP_MEMORY_REQUEST:-}
limits:
- resource: memory
base: ${FLUENTD_GCP_MEMORY_LIMIT:-}
EOF
}
# Trigger background process that will ultimately update fluentd resource
# requirements.
function start-fluentd-resource-update {
wait-for-apiserver-and-update-fluentd &
}
# Update {{ container-runtime }} with actual container runtime name,
# and {{ container-runtime-endpoint }} with actual container runtime
# endpoint.
function update-container-runtime {
local -r file="$1"
local -r container_runtime_endpoint="${CONTAINER_RUNTIME_ENDPOINT:-unix:///var/run/dockershim.sock}"
sed -i \
-e "s@{{ *container_runtime *}}@${CONTAINER_RUNTIME_NAME:-docker}@g" \
-e "s@{{ *container_runtime_endpoint *}}@${container_runtime_endpoint#unix://}@g" \
"${file}"
}
# Remove configuration in yaml file if node journal is not enabled.
function update-node-journal {
local -r configmap_yaml="$1"
if [[ "${ENABLE_NODE_JOURNAL:-}" != "true" ]]; then
# Removes all lines between two patterns (throws away node-journal)
sed -i -e "/# BEGIN_NODE_JOURNAL/,/# END_NODE_JOURNAL/d" "${configmap_yaml}"
fi
}
# Updates parameters in yaml file for prometheus-to-sd configuration, or
# removes component if it is disabled.
function update-prometheus-to-sd-parameters {
if [[ "${ENABLE_PROMETHEUS_TO_SD:-}" == "true" ]]; then
sed -i -e "s@{{ *prometheus_to_sd_prefix *}}@${PROMETHEUS_TO_SD_PREFIX}@g" "$1"
sed -i -e "s@{{ *prometheus_to_sd_endpoint *}}@${PROMETHEUS_TO_SD_ENDPOINT}@g" "$1"
else
# Removes all lines between two patterns (throws away prometheus-to-sd)
sed -i -e "/# BEGIN_PROMETHEUS_TO_SD/,/# END_PROMETHEUS_TO_SD/d" "$1"
fi
}
# Updates parameters in yaml file for prometheus-to-sd configuration in daemon sets, or
# removes component if it is disabled.
function update-daemon-set-prometheus-to-sd-parameters {
if [[ "${DISABLE_PROMETHEUS_TO_SD_IN_DS:-}" == "true" ]]; then
# Removes all lines between two patterns (throws away prometheus-to-sd)
sed -i -e "/# BEGIN_PROMETHEUS_TO_SD/,/# END_PROMETHEUS_TO_SD/d" "$1"
else
update-prometheus-to-sd-parameters $1
fi
}
# Updates parameters in yaml file for event-exporter configuration
function update-event-exporter {
local -r stackdriver_resource_model="${LOGGING_STACKDRIVER_RESOURCE_TYPES:-old}"
sed -i -e "s@{{ exporter_sd_resource_model }}@${stackdriver_resource_model}@g" "$1"
}
function update-dashboard-controller {
if [ -n "${CUSTOM_KUBE_DASHBOARD_BANNER:-}" ]; then
sed -i -e "s@\( \+\)# PLATFORM-SPECIFIC ARGS HERE@\1- --system-banner=${CUSTOM_KUBE_DASHBOARD_BANNER}\n\1- --system-banner-severity=WARNING@" "$1"
fi
}
# Sets up the manifests of coreDNS for k8s addons.
function setup-coredns-manifest {
local -r coredns_file="${dst_dir}/dns/coredns/coredns.yaml"
mv "${dst_dir}/dns/coredns/coredns.yaml.in" "${coredns_file}"
# Replace the salt configurations with variable values.
sed -i -e "s@{{ *pillar\['dns_domain'\] *}}@${DNS_DOMAIN}@g" "${coredns_file}"
sed -i -e "s@{{ *pillar\['dns_server'\] *}}@${DNS_SERVER_IP}@g" "${coredns_file}"
sed -i -e "s@{{ *pillar\['service_cluster_ip_range'\] *}}@${SERVICE_CLUSTER_IP_RANGE}@g" "${coredns_file}"
if [[ "${ENABLE_DNS_HORIZONTAL_AUTOSCALER:-}" == "true" ]]; then
setup-addon-manifests "addons" "dns-horizontal-autoscaler" "gce"
local -r dns_autoscaler_file="${dst_dir}/dns-horizontal-autoscaler/dns-horizontal-autoscaler.yaml"
sed -i'' -e "s@{{.Target}}@${COREDNS_AUTOSCALER}@g" "${dns_autoscaler_file}"
fi
}
# Sets up the manifests of Fluentd configmap and yamls for k8s addons.
function setup-fluentd {
local -r dst_dir="$1"
local -r fluentd_gcp_yaml="${dst_dir}/fluentd-gcp/fluentd-gcp-ds.yaml"
local -r fluentd_gcp_scaler_yaml="${dst_dir}/fluentd-gcp/scaler-deployment.yaml"
# Ingest logs against new resources like "k8s_container" and "k8s_node" if
# LOGGING_STACKDRIVER_RESOURCE_TYPES is "new".
# Ingest logs against old resources like "gke_container" and "gce_instance" if
# LOGGING_STACKDRIVER_RESOURCE_TYPES is "old".
if [[ "${LOGGING_STACKDRIVER_RESOURCE_TYPES:-old}" == "new" ]]; then
local -r fluentd_gcp_configmap_yaml="${dst_dir}/fluentd-gcp/fluentd-gcp-configmap.yaml"
fluentd_gcp_configmap_name="fluentd-gcp-config"
else
local -r fluentd_gcp_configmap_yaml="${dst_dir}/fluentd-gcp/fluentd-gcp-configmap-old.yaml"
fluentd_gcp_configmap_name="fluentd-gcp-config-old"
fi
sed -i -e "s@{{ fluentd_gcp_configmap_name }}@${fluentd_gcp_configmap_name}@g" "${fluentd_gcp_yaml}"
fluentd_gcp_yaml_version="${FLUENTD_GCP_YAML_VERSION:-v3.1.0}"
sed -i -e "s@{{ fluentd_gcp_yaml_version }}@${fluentd_gcp_yaml_version}@g" "${fluentd_gcp_yaml}"
sed -i -e "s@{{ fluentd_gcp_yaml_version }}@${fluentd_gcp_yaml_version}@g" "${fluentd_gcp_scaler_yaml}"
fluentd_gcp_version="${FLUENTD_GCP_VERSION:-0.5-1.5.36-1-k8s}"
sed -i -e "s@{{ fluentd_gcp_version }}@${fluentd_gcp_version}@g" "${fluentd_gcp_yaml}"
update-daemon-set-prometheus-to-sd-parameters ${fluentd_gcp_yaml}
start-fluentd-resource-update ${fluentd_gcp_yaml}
update-container-runtime ${fluentd_gcp_configmap_yaml}
update-node-journal ${fluentd_gcp_configmap_yaml}
}
# Sets up the manifests of kube-dns for k8s addons.
function setup-kube-dns-manifest {
local -r kubedns_file="${dst_dir}/dns/kube-dns/kube-dns.yaml"
mv "${dst_dir}/dns/kube-dns/kube-dns.yaml.in" "${kubedns_file}"
if [ -n "${CUSTOM_KUBE_DNS_YAML:-}" ]; then
# Replace with custom GKE kube-dns deployment.
cat > "${kubedns_file}" <<EOF
$CUSTOM_KUBE_DNS_YAML
EOF
update-prometheus-to-sd-parameters ${kubedns_file}
fi
# Replace the salt configurations with variable values.
sed -i -e "s@{{ *pillar\['dns_domain'\] *}}@${DNS_DOMAIN}@g" "${kubedns_file}"
sed -i -e "s@{{ *pillar\['dns_server'\] *}}@${DNS_SERVER_IP}@g" "${kubedns_file}"
if [[ "${ENABLE_DNS_HORIZONTAL_AUTOSCALER:-}" == "true" ]]; then
setup-addon-manifests "addons" "dns-horizontal-autoscaler" "gce"
local -r dns_autoscaler_file="${dst_dir}/dns-horizontal-autoscaler/dns-horizontal-autoscaler.yaml"
sed -i'' -e "s@{{.Target}}@${KUBEDNS_AUTOSCALER}@g" "${dns_autoscaler_file}"
fi
}
# Sets up the manifests of netd for k8s addons.
function setup-netd-manifest {
local -r netd_file="${dst_dir}/netd/netd.yaml"
mkdir -p "${dst_dir}/netd"
touch "${netd_file}"
if [ -n "${CUSTOM_NETD_YAML:-}" ]; then
# Replace with custom GCP netd deployment.
cat > "${netd_file}" <<EOF
$CUSTOM_NETD_YAML
EOF
fi
}
# A helper function to set up a custom yaml for a k8s addon.
#
# $1: addon category under /etc/kubernetes
# $2: manifest source dir
# $3: manifest file
# $4: custom yaml
function setup-addon-custom-yaml {
local -r manifest_path="/etc/kubernetes/$1/$2/$3"
local -r custom_yaml="$4"
if [ -n "${custom_yaml:-}" ]; then
# Replace with custom manifest.
cat > "${manifest_path}" <<EOF
$custom_yaml
EOF
fi
}
# Prepares the manifests of k8s addons, and starts the addon manager.
# Vars assumed:
# CLUSTER_NAME
function start-kube-addons {
echo "Prepare kube-addons manifests and start kube addon manager"
local -r src_dir="${KUBE_HOME}/kube-manifests/kubernetes/gci-trusty"
local -r dst_dir="/etc/kubernetes/addons"
# prep addition kube-up specific rbac objects
setup-addon-manifests "addons" "rbac/kubelet-api-auth"
setup-addon-manifests "addons" "rbac/kubelet-cert-rotation"
if [[ "${REGISTER_MASTER_KUBELET:-false}" == "true" ]]; then
setup-addon-manifests "addons" "rbac/legacy-kubelet-user"
else
setup-addon-manifests "addons" "rbac/legacy-kubelet-user-disable"
fi
if [[ "${ENABLE_POD_SECURITY_POLICY:-}" == "true" ]]; then
setup-addon-manifests "addons" "podsecuritypolicies"
fi
# Set up manifests of other addons.
if [[ "${KUBE_PROXY_DAEMONSET:-}" == "true" ]]; then
if [ -n "${CUSTOM_KUBE_PROXY_YAML:-}" ]; then
# Replace with custom GKE kube proxy.
cat > "$src_dir/kube-proxy/kube-proxy-ds.yaml" <<EOF
$CUSTOM_KUBE_PROXY_YAML
EOF
update-daemon-set-prometheus-to-sd-parameters "$src_dir/kube-proxy/kube-proxy-ds.yaml"
fi
prepare-kube-proxy-manifest-variables "$src_dir/kube-proxy/kube-proxy-ds.yaml"
setup-addon-manifests "addons" "kube-proxy"
fi
# Setup prometheus stack for monitoring kubernetes cluster
if [[ "${ENABLE_PROMETHEUS_MONITORING:-}" == "true" ]]; then
setup-addon-manifests "addons" "prometheus"
fi
# Setup cluster monitoring using heapster
if [[ "${ENABLE_CLUSTER_MONITORING:-}" == "influxdb" ]] || \
[[ "${ENABLE_CLUSTER_MONITORING:-}" == "google" ]] || \
[[ "${ENABLE_CLUSTER_MONITORING:-}" == "stackdriver" ]] || \
[[ "${ENABLE_CLUSTER_MONITORING:-}" == "standalone" ]] || \
[[ "${ENABLE_CLUSTER_MONITORING:-}" == "googleinfluxdb" ]]; then
local -r file_dir="cluster-monitoring/${ENABLE_CLUSTER_MONITORING}"
setup-addon-manifests "addons" "cluster-monitoring"
setup-addon-manifests "addons" "${file_dir}"
# Replace the salt configurations with variable values.
base_metrics_memory="${HEAPSTER_GCP_BASE_MEMORY:-140Mi}"
base_eventer_memory="190Mi"
base_metrics_cpu="${HEAPSTER_GCP_BASE_CPU:-80m}"
nanny_memory="90Mi"
local heapster_min_cluster_size="16"
local metrics_memory_per_node="${HEAPSTER_GCP_MEMORY_PER_NODE:-4}"
local -r metrics_cpu_per_node="${HEAPSTER_GCP_CPU_PER_NODE:-0.5}"
local -r eventer_memory_per_node="500"
local -r nanny_memory_per_node="200"
if [[ "${ENABLE_SYSTEM_ADDON_RESOURCE_OPTIMIZATIONS:-}" == "true" ]]; then
base_metrics_memory="${HEAPSTER_GCP_BASE_MEMORY:-100Mi}"
base_metrics_cpu="${HEAPSTER_GCP_BASE_CPU:-10m}"
metrics_memory_per_node="${HEAPSTER_GCP_MEMORY_PER_NODE:-4}"
heapster_min_cluster_size="5"
fi
if [[ -n "${NUM_NODES:-}" && "${NUM_NODES}" -ge 1 ]]; then
num_kube_nodes="$((${NUM_NODES}+1))"
nanny_memory="$((${num_kube_nodes} * ${nanny_memory_per_node} + 90 * 1024))Ki"
fi
controller_yaml="${dst_dir}/${file_dir}"
if [[ "${ENABLE_CLUSTER_MONITORING:-}" == "googleinfluxdb" ]]; then
controller_yaml="${controller_yaml}/heapster-controller-combined.yaml"
else
controller_yaml="${controller_yaml}/heapster-controller.yaml"
fi
sed -i -e "s@{{ cluster_name }}@${CLUSTER_NAME}@g" "${controller_yaml}"
sed -i -e "s@{{ cluster_location }}@${ZONE}@g" "${controller_yaml}"
sed -i -e "s@{{ *base_metrics_memory *}}@${base_metrics_memory}@g" "${controller_yaml}"
sed -i -e "s@{{ *base_metrics_cpu *}}@${base_metrics_cpu}@g" "${controller_yaml}"
sed -i -e "s@{{ *base_eventer_memory *}}@${base_eventer_memory}@g" "${controller_yaml}"
sed -i -e "s@{{ *metrics_memory_per_node *}}@${metrics_memory_per_node}@g" "${controller_yaml}"
sed -i -e "s@{{ *eventer_memory_per_node *}}@${eventer_memory_per_node}@g" "${controller_yaml}"
sed -i -e "s@{{ *nanny_memory *}}@${nanny_memory}@g" "${controller_yaml}"
sed -i -e "s@{{ *metrics_cpu_per_node *}}@${metrics_cpu_per_node}@g" "${controller_yaml}"
sed -i -e "s@{{ *heapster_min_cluster_size *}}@${heapster_min_cluster_size}@g" "${controller_yaml}"
update-prometheus-to-sd-parameters ${controller_yaml}
if [[ "${ENABLE_CLUSTER_MONITORING:-}" == "stackdriver" ]]; then
use_old_resources="${HEAPSTER_USE_OLD_STACKDRIVER_RESOURCES:-true}"
use_new_resources="${HEAPSTER_USE_NEW_STACKDRIVER_RESOURCES:-false}"
sed -i -e "s@{{ use_old_resources }}@${use_old_resources}@g" "${controller_yaml}"
sed -i -e "s@{{ use_new_resources }}@${use_new_resources}@g" "${controller_yaml}"
fi
fi
if [[ "${ENABLE_CLUSTER_MONITORING:-}" == "stackdriver" ]] ||
([[ "${ENABLE_CLUSTER_LOGGING:-}" == "true" ]] &&
[[ "${LOGGING_DESTINATION:-}" == "gcp" ]]); then
if [[ "${ENABLE_METADATA_AGENT:-}" == "stackdriver" ]]; then
metadata_agent_cpu_request="${METADATA_AGENT_CPU_REQUEST:-40m}"
metadata_agent_memory_request="${METADATA_AGENT_MEMORY_REQUEST:-50Mi}"
metadata_agent_cluster_level_cpu_request="${METADATA_AGENT_CLUSTER_LEVEL_CPU_REQUEST:-40m}"
metadata_agent_cluster_level_memory_request="${METADATA_AGENT_CLUSTER_LEVEL_MEMORY_REQUEST:-50Mi}"
setup-addon-manifests "addons" "metadata-agent/stackdriver"
metadata_agent_yaml="${dst_dir}/metadata-agent/stackdriver/metadata-agent.yaml"
sed -i -e "s@{{ metadata_agent_cpu_request }}@${metadata_agent_cpu_request}@g" "${metadata_agent_yaml}"
sed -i -e "s@{{ metadata_agent_memory_request }}@${metadata_agent_memory_request}@g" "${metadata_agent_yaml}"
sed -i -e "s@{{ metadata_agent_cluster_level_cpu_request }}@${metadata_agent_cluster_level_cpu_request}@g" "${metadata_agent_yaml}"
sed -i -e "s@{{ metadata_agent_cluster_level_memory_request }}@${metadata_agent_cluster_level_memory_request}@g" "${metadata_agent_yaml}"
fi
fi
if [[ "${ENABLE_METRICS_SERVER:-}" == "true" ]]; then
setup-addon-manifests "addons" "metrics-server"
base_metrics_server_cpu="40m"
base_metrics_server_memory="40Mi"
metrics_server_memory_per_node="4"
metrics_server_min_cluster_size="16"
if [[ "${ENABLE_SYSTEM_ADDON_RESOURCE_OPTIMIZATIONS:-}" == "true" ]]; then
base_metrics_server_cpu="40m"
base_metrics_server_memory="35Mi"
metrics_server_memory_per_node="4"
metrics_server_min_cluster_size="5"
fi
local -r metrics_server_yaml="${dst_dir}/metrics-server/metrics-server-deployment.yaml"
sed -i -e "s@{{ base_metrics_server_cpu }}@${base_metrics_server_cpu}@g" "${metrics_server_yaml}"
sed -i -e "s@{{ base_metrics_server_memory }}@${base_metrics_server_memory}@g" "${metrics_server_yaml}"
sed -i -e "s@{{ metrics_server_memory_per_node }}@${metrics_server_memory_per_node}@g" "${metrics_server_yaml}"
sed -i -e "s@{{ metrics_server_min_cluster_size }}@${metrics_server_min_cluster_size}@g" "${metrics_server_yaml}"
fi
if [[ "${ENABLE_NVIDIA_GPU_DEVICE_PLUGIN:-}" == "true" ]]; then
setup-addon-manifests "addons" "device-plugins/nvidia-gpu"
fi
if [[ "${ENABLE_NODE_TERMINATION_HANDLER:-}" == "true" ]]; then
setup-addon-manifests "addons" "node-termination-handler"
setup-node-termination-handler-manifest
fi
if [[ "${ENABLE_CLUSTER_DNS:-}" == "true" ]]; then
if [[ "${CLUSTER_DNS_CORE_DNS:-}" == "true" ]]; then
setup-addon-manifests "addons" "dns/coredns"
setup-coredns-manifest
else
setup-addon-manifests "addons" "dns/kube-dns"
setup-kube-dns-manifest
fi
fi
if [[ "${ENABLE_NETD:-}" == "true" ]]; then
setup-netd-manifest
fi
if [[ "${ENABLE_NODE_LOGGING:-}" == "true" ]] && \
[[ "${LOGGING_DESTINATION:-}" == "elasticsearch" ]] && \
[[ "${ENABLE_CLUSTER_LOGGING:-}" == "true" ]]; then
setup-addon-manifests "addons" "fluentd-elasticsearch"
local -r fluentd_es_configmap_yaml="${dst_dir}/fluentd-elasticsearch/fluentd-es-configmap.yaml"
update-container-runtime ${fluentd_es_configmap_yaml}
fi
if [[ "${ENABLE_NODE_LOGGING:-}" == "true" ]] && \
[[ "${LOGGING_DESTINATION:-}" == "gcp" ]]; then
setup-addon-manifests "addons" "fluentd-gcp"
setup-fluentd ${dst_dir}
local -r event_exporter_yaml="${dst_dir}/fluentd-gcp/event-exporter.yaml"
update-event-exporter ${event_exporter_yaml}
update-prometheus-to-sd-parameters ${event_exporter_yaml}
fi
if [[ "${ENABLE_CLUSTER_UI:-}" == "true" ]]; then
setup-addon-manifests "addons" "dashboard"
local -r dashboard_controller_yaml="${dst_dir}/dashboard/dashboard-controller.yaml"
update-dashboard-controller ${dashboard_controller_yaml}
fi
if [[ "${ENABLE_NODE_PROBLEM_DETECTOR:-}" == "daemonset" ]]; then
setup-addon-manifests "addons" "node-problem-detector"
fi
if [[ "${ENABLE_NODE_PROBLEM_DETECTOR:-}" == "standalone" ]]; then
# Setup role binding for standalone node problem detector.
setup-addon-manifests "addons" "node-problem-detector/standalone" "node-problem-detector"
fi
if echo "${ADMISSION_CONTROL:-}" | grep -q "LimitRanger"; then
setup-addon-manifests "admission-controls" "limit-range" "gce"
fi
if [[ "${NETWORK_POLICY_PROVIDER:-}" == "calico" ]]; then
setup-addon-manifests "addons" "calico-policy-controller"
setup-addon-custom-yaml "addons" "calico-policy-controller" "calico-node-daemonset.yaml" "${CUSTOM_CALICO_NODE_DAEMONSET_YAML:-}"
setup-addon-custom-yaml "addons" "calico-policy-controller" "typha-deployment.yaml" "${CUSTOM_TYPHA_DEPLOYMENT_YAML:-}"
# Configure Calico CNI directory.
local -r ds_file="${dst_dir}/calico-policy-controller/calico-node-daemonset.yaml"
sed -i -e "s@__CALICO_CNI_DIR__@/home/kubernetes/bin@g" "${ds_file}"
fi
if [[ "${ENABLE_DEFAULT_STORAGE_CLASS:-}" == "true" ]]; then
setup-addon-manifests "addons" "storage-class/gce"
fi
if [[ "${FEATURE_GATES:-}" =~ "AllAlpha=true" || "${FEATURE_GATES:-}" =~ "CSIDriverRegistry=true" || "${FEATURE_GATES:-}" =~ "CSINodeInfo=true" ]]; then
setup-addon-manifests "addons" "storage-crds"
fi
if [[ "${ENABLE_IP_MASQ_AGENT:-}" == "true" ]]; then
setup-addon-manifests "addons" "ip-masq-agent"
fi
if [[ "${ENABLE_METADATA_CONCEALMENT:-}" == "true" ]]; then
setup-addon-manifests "addons" "metadata-proxy/gce"
local -r metadata_proxy_yaml="${dst_dir}/metadata-proxy/gce/metadata-proxy.yaml"
update-daemon-set-prometheus-to-sd-parameters ${metadata_proxy_yaml}
fi
if [[ "${ENABLE_ISTIO:-}" == "true" ]]; then
if [[ "${ISTIO_AUTH_TYPE:-}" == "MUTUAL_TLS" ]]; then
setup-addon-manifests "addons" "istio/auth"
else
setup-addon-manifests "addons" "istio/noauth"
fi
fi
if [[ "${FEATURE_GATES:-}" =~ "RuntimeClass=true" ]]; then
setup-addon-manifests "addons" "runtimeclass"
fi
if [[ -n "${EXTRA_ADDONS_URL:-}" ]]; then
download-extra-addons
setup-addon-manifests "addons" "gce-extras"
fi
# Place addon manager pod manifest.
src_file="${src_dir}/kube-addon-manager.yaml"
sed -i -e "s@{{kubectl_extra_prune_whitelist}}@${ADDON_MANAGER_PRUNE_WHITELIST:-}@g" "${src_file}"
cp "${src_file}" /etc/kubernetes/manifests
}
function setup-node-termination-handler-manifest {
local -r nth_manifest="/etc/kubernetes/$1/$2/daemonset.yaml"
if [[ -n "${NODE_TERMINATION_HANDLER_IMAGE}" ]]; then
sed -i "s|image:.*|image: ${NODE_TERMINATION_HANDLER_IMAGE}|" "${nth_manifest}"
fi
}
# Setups manifests for ingress controller and gce-specific policies for service controller.
function start-lb-controller {
setup-addon-manifests "addons" "loadbalancing"
# Starts a l7 loadbalancing controller for ingress.
if [[ "${ENABLE_L7_LOADBALANCING:-}" == "glbc" ]]; then
echo "Start GCE L7 pod"
prepare-log-file /var/log/glbc.log
setup-addon-manifests "addons" "cluster-loadbalancing/glbc"
local -r src_manifest="${KUBE_HOME}/kube-manifests/kubernetes/gci-trusty/glbc.manifest"
local -r dest_manifest="/etc/kubernetes/manifests/glbc.manifest"
if [[ -n "${CUSTOM_INGRESS_YAML:-}" ]]; then
echo "${CUSTOM_INGRESS_YAML}" > "${dest_manifest}"
else
cp "${src_manifest}" "${dest_manifest}"
fi
# Override the glbc image if GCE_GLBC_IMAGE is specified.
if [[ -n "${GCE_GLBC_IMAGE:-}" ]]; then
sed -i "s|image:.*|image: ${GCE_GLBC_IMAGE}|" "${dest_manifest}"
fi
fi
}
# Setup working directory for kubelet.
function setup-kubelet-dir {
echo "Making /var/lib/kubelet executable for kubelet"
mount -B /var/lib/kubelet /var/lib/kubelet/
mount -B -o remount,exec,suid,dev /var/lib/kubelet
}
# Override for GKE custom master setup scripts (no-op outside of GKE).
function gke-master-start {
if [[ -e "${KUBE_HOME}/bin/gke-internal-configure-helper.sh" ]]; then
echo "Running GKE internal configuration script"
. "${KUBE_HOME}/bin/gke-internal-configure-helper.sh"
gke-internal-master-start
fi
}
function reset-motd {
# kubelet is installed both on the master and nodes, and the version is easy to parse (unlike kubectl)
local -r version="$("${KUBE_HOME}"/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 ${version}!
You can find documentation for Kubernetes at:
http://docs.kubernetes.io/
The source for this release can be found at:
/home/kubernetes/kubernetes-src.tar.gz
Or you can download it at:
https://storage.googleapis.com/kubernetes-release/release/${version}/kubernetes-src.tar.gz
It is based on the Kubernetes source at:
https://github.com/kubernetes/kubernetes/tree/${gitref}
${devel}
For Kubernetes copyright and licensing information, see:
/home/kubernetes/LICENSES
EOF
}
function override-kubectl {
echo "overriding kubectl"
echo "export PATH=${KUBE_HOME}/bin:\$PATH" > /etc/profile.d/kube_env.sh
# Add ${KUBE_HOME}/bin into sudoer secure path.
local sudo_path
sudo_path=$(sudo env | grep "^PATH=")
if [[ -n "${sudo_path}" ]]; then
sudo_path=${sudo_path#PATH=}
(
umask 027
echo "Defaults secure_path=\"${KUBE_HOME}/bin:${sudo_path}\"" > /etc/sudoers.d/kube_secure_path
)
fi
}
function override-pv-recycler {
if [[ -z "${PV_RECYCLER_OVERRIDE_TEMPLATE:-}" ]]; then
echo "PV_RECYCLER_OVERRIDE_TEMPLATE is not set"
exit 1
fi
PV_RECYCLER_VOLUME="{\"name\": \"pv-recycler-mount\",\"hostPath\": {\"path\": \"${PV_RECYCLER_OVERRIDE_TEMPLATE}\", \"type\": \"FileOrCreate\"}},"
PV_RECYCLER_MOUNT="{\"name\": \"pv-recycler-mount\",\"mountPath\": \"${PV_RECYCLER_OVERRIDE_TEMPLATE}\", \"readOnly\": true},"
cat > ${PV_RECYCLER_OVERRIDE_TEMPLATE} <<EOF
version: v1
kind: Pod
metadata:
generateName: pv-recycler-
namespace: default
spec:
activeDeadlineSeconds: 60
restartPolicy: Never
volumes:
- name: vol