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/*
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.
*/
package kubeadm
import (
v1 "k8s.io/api/core/v1"
metav1 "k8s.io/apimachinery/pkg/apis/meta/v1"
kubeletconfig "k8s.io/kubernetes/pkg/kubelet/apis/config"
kubeproxyconfig "k8s.io/kubernetes/pkg/proxy/apis/config"
)
// +k8s:deepcopy-gen:interfaces=k8s.io/apimachinery/pkg/runtime.Object
// InitConfiguration contains a list of fields that are specifically "kubeadm init"-only runtime
// information. The cluster-wide config is stored in ClusterConfiguration. The InitConfiguration
// object IS NOT uploaded to the kubeadm-config ConfigMap in the cluster, only the
// ClusterConfiguration is.
type InitConfiguration struct {
metav1.TypeMeta
// ClusterConfiguration holds the cluster-wide information, and embeds that struct (which can be (un)marshalled separately as well)
// When InitConfiguration is marshalled to bytes in the external version, this information IS NOT preserved (which can be seen from
// the `json:"-"` tag in the external variant of these API types.
ClusterConfiguration `json:"-"`
// BootstrapTokens is respected at `kubeadm init` time and describes a set of Bootstrap Tokens to create.
BootstrapTokens []BootstrapToken
// NodeRegistration holds fields that relate to registering the new control-plane node to the cluster
NodeRegistration NodeRegistrationOptions
// LocalAPIEndpoint represents the endpoint of the API server instance that's deployed on this control plane node
// In HA setups, this differs from ClusterConfiguration.ControlPlaneEndpoint in the sense that ControlPlaneEndpoint
// is the global endpoint for the cluster, which then loadbalances the requests to each individual API server. This
// configuration object lets you customize what IP/DNS name and port the local API server advertises it's accessible
// on. By default, kubeadm tries to auto-detect the IP of the default interface and use that, but in case that process
// fails you may set the desired value here.
LocalAPIEndpoint APIEndpoint
// CertificateKey sets the key with which certificates and keys are encrypted prior to being uploaded in
// a secret in the cluster during the uploadcerts init phase.
CertificateKey string
}
// +k8s:deepcopy-gen:interfaces=k8s.io/apimachinery/pkg/runtime.Object
// ClusterConfiguration contains cluster-wide configuration for a kubeadm cluster
type ClusterConfiguration struct {
metav1.TypeMeta
// ComponentConfigs holds internal ComponentConfig struct types known to kubeadm, should long-term only exist in the internal kubeadm API
// +k8s:conversion-gen=false
ComponentConfigs ComponentConfigs
// Etcd holds configuration for etcd.
Etcd Etcd
// Networking holds configuration for the networking topology of the cluster.
Networking Networking
// KubernetesVersion is the target version of the control plane.
KubernetesVersion string
// ControlPlaneEndpoint sets a stable IP address or DNS name for the control plane; it
// can be a valid IP address or a RFC-1123 DNS subdomain, both with optional TCP port.
// In case the ControlPlaneEndpoint is not specified, the AdvertiseAddress + BindPort
// are used; in case the ControlPlaneEndpoint is specified but without a TCP port,
// the BindPort is used.
// Possible usages are:
// e.g. In a cluster with more than one control plane instances, this field should be
// assigned the address of the external load balancer in front of the
// control plane instances.
// e.g. in environments with enforced node recycling, the ControlPlaneEndpoint
// could be used for assigning a stable DNS to the control plane.
ControlPlaneEndpoint string
// APIServer contains extra settings for the API server control plane component
APIServer APIServer
// ControllerManager contains extra settings for the controller manager control plane component
ControllerManager ControlPlaneComponent
// Scheduler contains extra settings for the scheduler control plane component
Scheduler ControlPlaneComponent
// DNS defines the options for the DNS add-on installed in the cluster.
DNS DNS
// CertificatesDir specifies where to store or look for all required certificates.
CertificatesDir string
// ImageRepository sets the container registry to pull images from.
// If empty, `k8s.gcr.io` will be used by default; in case of kubernetes version is a CI build (kubernetes version starts with `ci/` or `ci-cross/`)
// `gcr.io/kubernetes-ci-images` will be used as a default for control plane components and for kube-proxy, while `k8s.gcr.io`
// will be used for all the other images.
ImageRepository string
// CIImageRepository is the container registry for core images generated by CI.
// Useful for running kubeadm with images from CI builds.
// +k8s:conversion-gen=false
CIImageRepository string
// UseHyperKubeImage controls if hyperkube should be used for Kubernetes components instead of their respective separate images
UseHyperKubeImage bool
// FeatureGates enabled by the user.
FeatureGates map[string]bool
// The cluster name
ClusterName string
}
// ControlPlaneComponent holds settings common to control plane component of the cluster
type ControlPlaneComponent struct {
// ExtraArgs is an extra set of flags to pass to the control plane component.
// TODO: This is temporary and ideally we would like to switch all components to
// use ComponentConfig + ConfigMaps.
ExtraArgs map[string]string
// ExtraVolumes is an extra set of host volumes, mounted to the control plane component.
ExtraVolumes []HostPathMount
}
// APIServer holds settings necessary for API server deployments in the cluster
type APIServer struct {
ControlPlaneComponent
// CertSANs sets extra Subject Alternative Names for the API Server signing cert.
CertSANs []string
// TimeoutForControlPlane controls the timeout that we use for API server to appear
TimeoutForControlPlane *metav1.Duration
}
// DNSAddOnType defines string identifying DNS add-on types
type DNSAddOnType string
const (
// CoreDNS add-on type
CoreDNS DNSAddOnType = "CoreDNS"
// KubeDNS add-on type
KubeDNS DNSAddOnType = "kube-dns"
)
// DNS defines the DNS addon that should be used in the cluster
type DNS struct {
// Type defines the DNS add-on to be used
Type DNSAddOnType
// ImageMeta allows to customize the image used for the DNS component
ImageMeta `json:",inline"`
}
// ImageMeta allows to customize the image used for components that are not
// originated from the Kubernetes/Kubernetes release process
type ImageMeta struct {
// ImageRepository sets the container registry to pull images from.
// if not set, the ImageRepository defined in ClusterConfiguration will be used instead.
ImageRepository string
// ImageTag allows to specify a tag for the image.
// In case this value is set, kubeadm does not change automatically the version of the above components during upgrades.
ImageTag string
//TODO: evaluate if we need also a ImageName based on user feedbacks
}
// ComponentConfigs holds known internal ComponentConfig types for other components
type ComponentConfigs struct {
// Kubelet holds the ComponentConfiguration for the kubelet
Kubelet *kubeletconfig.KubeletConfiguration
// KubeProxy holds the ComponentConfiguration for the kube-proxy
KubeProxy *kubeproxyconfig.KubeProxyConfiguration
}
// +k8s:deepcopy-gen:interfaces=k8s.io/apimachinery/pkg/runtime.Object
// ClusterStatus contains the cluster status. The ClusterStatus will be stored in the kubeadm-config
// ConfigMap in the cluster, and then updated by kubeadm when additional control plane instance joins or leaves the cluster.
type ClusterStatus struct {
metav1.TypeMeta
// APIEndpoints currently available in the cluster, one for each control plane/api server instance.
// The key of the map is the IP of the host's default interface
APIEndpoints map[string]APIEndpoint
}
// APIEndpoint struct contains elements of API server instance deployed on a node.
type APIEndpoint struct {
// AdvertiseAddress sets the IP address for the API server to advertise.
AdvertiseAddress string
// BindPort sets the secure port for the API Server to bind to.
// Defaults to 6443.
BindPort int32
}
// NodeRegistrationOptions holds fields that relate to registering a new control-plane or node to the cluster, either via "kubeadm init" or "kubeadm join"
type NodeRegistrationOptions struct {
// Name is the `.Metadata.Name` field of the Node API object that will be created in this `kubeadm init` or `kubeadm join` operation.
// This field is also used in the CommonName field of the kubelet's client certificate to the API server.
// Defaults to the hostname of the node if not provided.
Name string
// CRISocket is used to retrieve container runtime info. This information will be annotated to the Node API object, for later re-use
CRISocket string
// Taints specifies the taints the Node API object should be registered with. If this field is unset, i.e. nil, in the `kubeadm init` process
// it will be defaulted to []v1.Taint{'node-role.kubernetes.io/master=""'}. If you don't want to taint your control-plane node, set this field to an
// empty slice, i.e. `taints: []` in the YAML file. This field is solely used for Node registration.
Taints []v1.Taint
// KubeletExtraArgs passes through extra arguments to the kubelet. The arguments here are passed to the kubelet command line via the environment file
// kubeadm writes at runtime for the kubelet to source. This overrides the generic base-level configuration in the kubelet-config-1.X ConfigMap
// Flags have higher priority when parsing. These values are local and specific to the node kubeadm is executing on.
KubeletExtraArgs map[string]string
// IgnorePreflightErrors provides a slice of pre-flight errors to be ignored when the current node is registered.
IgnorePreflightErrors []string
}
// Networking contains elements describing cluster's networking configuration.
type Networking struct {
// ServiceSubnet is the subnet used by k8s services. Defaults to "10.96.0.0/12".
ServiceSubnet string
// PodSubnet is the subnet used by pods.
PodSubnet string
// DNSDomain is the dns domain used by k8s services. Defaults to "cluster.local".
DNSDomain string
}
// BootstrapToken describes one bootstrap token, stored as a Secret in the cluster
// TODO: The BootstrapToken object should move out to either k8s.io/client-go or k8s.io/api in the future
// (probably as part of Bootstrap Tokens going GA). It should not be staged under the kubeadm API as it is now.
type BootstrapToken struct {
// Token is used for establishing bidirectional trust between nodes and control-planes.
// Used for joining nodes in the cluster.
Token *BootstrapTokenString
// Description sets a human-friendly message why this token exists and what it's used
// for, so other administrators can know its purpose.
Description string
// TTL defines the time to live for this token. Defaults to 24h.
// Expires and TTL are mutually exclusive.
TTL *metav1.Duration
// Expires specifies the timestamp when this token expires. Defaults to being set
// dynamically at runtime based on the TTL. Expires and TTL are mutually exclusive.
Expires *metav1.Time
// Usages describes the ways in which this token can be used. Can by default be used
// for establishing bidirectional trust, but that can be changed here.
Usages []string
// Groups specifies the extra groups that this token will authenticate as when/if
// used for authentication
Groups []string
}
// Etcd contains elements describing Etcd configuration.
type Etcd struct {
// Local provides configuration knobs for configuring the local etcd instance
// Local and External are mutually exclusive
Local *LocalEtcd
// External describes how to connect to an external etcd cluster
// Local and External are mutually exclusive
External *ExternalEtcd
}
// LocalEtcd describes that kubeadm should run an etcd cluster locally
type LocalEtcd struct {
// ImageMeta allows to customize the container used for etcd
ImageMeta `json:",inline"`
// DataDir is the directory etcd will place its data.
// Defaults to "/var/lib/etcd".
DataDir string
// ExtraArgs are extra arguments provided to the etcd binary
// when run inside a static pod.
ExtraArgs map[string]string
// ServerCertSANs sets extra Subject Alternative Names for the etcd server signing cert.
ServerCertSANs []string
// PeerCertSANs sets extra Subject Alternative Names for the etcd peer signing cert.
PeerCertSANs []string
}
// ExternalEtcd describes an external etcd cluster
type ExternalEtcd struct {
// Endpoints of etcd members. Useful for using external etcd.
// If not provided, kubeadm will run etcd in a static pod.
Endpoints []string
// CAFile is an SSL Certificate Authority file used to secure etcd communication.
CAFile string
// CertFile is an SSL certification file used to secure etcd communication.
CertFile string
// KeyFile is an SSL key file used to secure etcd communication.
KeyFile string
}
// +k8s:deepcopy-gen:interfaces=k8s.io/apimachinery/pkg/runtime.Object
// JoinConfiguration contains elements describing a particular node.
type JoinConfiguration struct {
metav1.TypeMeta
// NodeRegistration holds fields that relate to registering the new control-plane node to the cluster
NodeRegistration NodeRegistrationOptions
// CACertPath is the path to the SSL certificate authority used to
// secure comunications between node and control-plane.
// Defaults to "/etc/kubernetes/pki/ca.crt".
CACertPath string
// Discovery specifies the options for the kubelet to use during the TLS Bootstrap process
Discovery Discovery
// ControlPlane defines the additional control plane instance to be deployed on the joining node.
// If nil, no additional control plane instance will be deployed.
ControlPlane *JoinControlPlane
}
// JoinControlPlane contains elements describing an additional control plane instance to be deployed on the joining node.
type JoinControlPlane struct {
// LocalAPIEndpoint represents the endpoint of the API server instance to be deployed on this node.
LocalAPIEndpoint APIEndpoint
// CertificateKey is the key that is used for decryption of certificates after they are downloaded from the secret
// upon joining a new control plane node. The corresponding encryption key is in the InitConfiguration.
CertificateKey string
}
// Discovery specifies the options for the kubelet to use during the TLS Bootstrap process
type Discovery struct {
// BootstrapToken is used to set the options for bootstrap token based discovery
// BootstrapToken and File are mutually exclusive
BootstrapToken *BootstrapTokenDiscovery
// File is used to specify a file or URL to a kubeconfig file from which to load cluster information
// BootstrapToken and File are mutually exclusive
File *FileDiscovery
// TLSBootstrapToken is a token used for TLS bootstrapping.
// If .BootstrapToken is set, this field is defaulted to .BootstrapToken.Token, but can be overridden.
// If .File is set, this field **must be set** in case the KubeConfigFile does not contain any other authentication information
TLSBootstrapToken string
// Timeout modifies the discovery timeout
Timeout *metav1.Duration
}
// BootstrapTokenDiscovery is used to set the options for bootstrap token based discovery
type BootstrapTokenDiscovery struct {
// Token is a token used to validate cluster information
// fetched from the control-plane.
Token string
// APIServerEndpoint is an IP or domain name to the API server from which info will be fetched.
APIServerEndpoint string
// CACertHashes specifies a set of public key pins to verify
// when token-based discovery is used. The root CA found during discovery
// must match one of these values. Specifying an empty set disables root CA
// pinning, which can be unsafe. Each hash is specified as "<type>:<value>",
// where the only currently supported type is "sha256". This is a hex-encoded
// SHA-256 hash of the Subject Public Key Info (SPKI) object in DER-encoded
// ASN.1. These hashes can be calculated using, for example, OpenSSL:
// openssl x509 -pubkey -in ca.crt openssl rsa -pubin -outform der 2>&/dev/null | openssl dgst -sha256 -hex
CACertHashes []string
// UnsafeSkipCAVerification allows token-based discovery
// without CA verification via CACertHashes. This can weaken
// the security of kubeadm since other nodes can impersonate the control-plane.
UnsafeSkipCAVerification bool
}
// FileDiscovery is used to specify a file or URL to a kubeconfig file from which to load cluster information
type FileDiscovery struct {
// KubeConfigPath is used to specify the actual file path or URL to the kubeconfig file from which to load cluster information
KubeConfigPath string
}
// GetControlPlaneImageRepository returns name of image repository
// for control plane images (API,Controller Manager,Scheduler and Proxy)
// It will override location with CI registry name in case user requests special
// Kubernetes version from CI build area.
// (See: kubeadmconstants.DefaultCIImageRepository)
func (cfg *ClusterConfiguration) GetControlPlaneImageRepository() string {
if cfg.CIImageRepository != "" {
return cfg.CIImageRepository
}
return cfg.ImageRepository
}
// HostPathMount contains elements describing volumes that are mounted from the
// host.
type HostPathMount struct {
// Name of the volume inside the pod template.
Name string
// HostPath is the path in the host that will be mounted inside
// the pod.
HostPath string
// MountPath is the path inside the pod where hostPath will be mounted.
MountPath string
// ReadOnly controls write access to the volume
ReadOnly bool
// PathType is the type of the HostPath.
PathType v1.HostPathType
}
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