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/*
Copyright 2014 The Kubernetes Authors.
Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License");
you may not use this file except in compliance with the License.
You may obtain a copy of the License at
http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0
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
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*/
package aws
import (
"context"
"errors"
"fmt"
"io"
"net"
"path"
"strconv"
"strings"
"sync"
"time"
"github.com/aws/aws-sdk-go/aws"
"github.com/aws/aws-sdk-go/aws/awserr"
"github.com/aws/aws-sdk-go/aws/credentials"
"github.com/aws/aws-sdk-go/aws/credentials/ec2rolecreds"
"github.com/aws/aws-sdk-go/aws/credentials/stscreds"
"github.com/aws/aws-sdk-go/aws/ec2metadata"
"github.com/aws/aws-sdk-go/aws/request"
"github.com/aws/aws-sdk-go/aws/session"
"github.com/aws/aws-sdk-go/service/autoscaling"
"github.com/aws/aws-sdk-go/service/ec2"
"github.com/aws/aws-sdk-go/service/elb"
"github.com/aws/aws-sdk-go/service/elbv2"
"github.com/aws/aws-sdk-go/service/kms"
"github.com/aws/aws-sdk-go/service/sts"
gcfg "gopkg.in/gcfg.v1"
"k8s.io/klog"
"k8s.io/api/core/v1"
"k8s.io/apimachinery/pkg/api/resource"
metav1 "k8s.io/apimachinery/pkg/apis/meta/v1"
"k8s.io/apimachinery/pkg/types"
"k8s.io/apimachinery/pkg/util/sets"
"k8s.io/apimachinery/pkg/util/wait"
clientset "k8s.io/client-go/kubernetes"
"k8s.io/client-go/kubernetes/scheme"
v1core "k8s.io/client-go/kubernetes/typed/core/v1"
"k8s.io/client-go/tools/record"
cloudprovider "k8s.io/cloud-provider"
"k8s.io/kubernetes/pkg/api/v1/service"
"k8s.io/kubernetes/pkg/controller"
kubeletapis "k8s.io/kubernetes/pkg/kubelet/apis"
"k8s.io/kubernetes/pkg/volume"
volumeutil "k8s.io/kubernetes/pkg/volume/util"
)
// NLBHealthCheckRuleDescription is the comment used on a security group rule to
// indicate that it is used for health checks
const NLBHealthCheckRuleDescription = "kubernetes.io/rule/nlb/health"
// NLBClientRuleDescription is the comment used on a security group rule to
// indicate that it is used for client traffic
const NLBClientRuleDescription = "kubernetes.io/rule/nlb/client"
// NLBMtuDiscoveryRuleDescription is the comment used on a security group rule
// to indicate that it is used for mtu discovery
const NLBMtuDiscoveryRuleDescription = "kubernetes.io/rule/nlb/mtu"
// ProviderName is the name of this cloud provider.
const ProviderName = "aws"
// TagNameKubernetesService is the tag name we use to differentiate multiple
// services. Used currently for ELBs only.
const TagNameKubernetesService = "kubernetes.io/service-name"
// TagNameSubnetInternalELB is the tag name used on a subnet to designate that
// it should be used for internal ELBs
const TagNameSubnetInternalELB = "kubernetes.io/role/internal-elb"
// TagNameSubnetPublicELB is the tag name used on a subnet to designate that
// it should be used for internet ELBs
const TagNameSubnetPublicELB = "kubernetes.io/role/elb"
// ServiceAnnotationLoadBalancerType is the annotation used on the service
// to indicate what type of Load Balancer we want. Right now, the only accepted
// value is "nlb"
const ServiceAnnotationLoadBalancerType = "service.beta.kubernetes.io/aws-load-balancer-type"
// ServiceAnnotationLoadBalancerInternal is the annotation used on the service
// to indicate that we want an internal ELB.
const ServiceAnnotationLoadBalancerInternal = "service.beta.kubernetes.io/aws-load-balancer-internal"
// ServiceAnnotationLoadBalancerProxyProtocol is the annotation used on the
// service to enable the proxy protocol on an ELB. Right now we only accept the
// value "*" which means enable the proxy protocol on all ELB backends. In the
// future we could adjust this to allow setting the proxy protocol only on
// certain backends.
const ServiceAnnotationLoadBalancerProxyProtocol = "service.beta.kubernetes.io/aws-load-balancer-proxy-protocol"
// ServiceAnnotationLoadBalancerAccessLogEmitInterval is the annotation used to
// specify access log emit interval.
const ServiceAnnotationLoadBalancerAccessLogEmitInterval = "service.beta.kubernetes.io/aws-load-balancer-access-log-emit-interval"
// ServiceAnnotationLoadBalancerAccessLogEnabled is the annotation used on the
// service to enable or disable access logs.
const ServiceAnnotationLoadBalancerAccessLogEnabled = "service.beta.kubernetes.io/aws-load-balancer-access-log-enabled"
// ServiceAnnotationLoadBalancerAccessLogS3BucketName is the annotation used to
// specify access log s3 bucket name.
const ServiceAnnotationLoadBalancerAccessLogS3BucketName = "service.beta.kubernetes.io/aws-load-balancer-access-log-s3-bucket-name"
// ServiceAnnotationLoadBalancerAccessLogS3BucketPrefix is the annotation used
// to specify access log s3 bucket prefix.
const ServiceAnnotationLoadBalancerAccessLogS3BucketPrefix = "service.beta.kubernetes.io/aws-load-balancer-access-log-s3-bucket-prefix"
// ServiceAnnotationLoadBalancerConnectionDrainingEnabled is the annnotation
// used on the service to enable or disable connection draining.
const ServiceAnnotationLoadBalancerConnectionDrainingEnabled = "service.beta.kubernetes.io/aws-load-balancer-connection-draining-enabled"
// ServiceAnnotationLoadBalancerConnectionDrainingTimeout is the annotation
// used on the service to specify a connection draining timeout.
const ServiceAnnotationLoadBalancerConnectionDrainingTimeout = "service.beta.kubernetes.io/aws-load-balancer-connection-draining-timeout"
// ServiceAnnotationLoadBalancerConnectionIdleTimeout is the annotation used
// on the service to specify the idle connection timeout.
const ServiceAnnotationLoadBalancerConnectionIdleTimeout = "service.beta.kubernetes.io/aws-load-balancer-connection-idle-timeout"
// ServiceAnnotationLoadBalancerCrossZoneLoadBalancingEnabled is the annotation
// used on the service to enable or disable cross-zone load balancing.
const ServiceAnnotationLoadBalancerCrossZoneLoadBalancingEnabled = "service.beta.kubernetes.io/aws-load-balancer-cross-zone-load-balancing-enabled"
// ServiceAnnotationLoadBalancerExtraSecurityGroups is the annotation used
// on the service to specify additional security groups to be added to ELB created
const ServiceAnnotationLoadBalancerExtraSecurityGroups = "service.beta.kubernetes.io/aws-load-balancer-extra-security-groups"
// ServiceAnnotationLoadBalancerSecurityGroups is the annotation used
// on the service to specify the security groups to be added to ELB created. Differently from the annotation
// "service.beta.kubernetes.io/aws-load-balancer-extra-security-groups", this replaces all other security groups previously assigned to the ELB.
const ServiceAnnotationLoadBalancerSecurityGroups = "service.beta.kubernetes.io/aws-load-balancer-security-groups"
// ServiceAnnotationLoadBalancerCertificate is the annotation used on the
// service to request a secure listener. Value is a valid certificate ARN.
// For more, see http://docs.aws.amazon.com/ElasticLoadBalancing/latest/DeveloperGuide/elb-listener-config.html
// CertARN is an IAM or CM certificate ARN, e.g. arn:aws:acm:us-east-1:123456789012:certificate/12345678-1234-1234-1234-123456789012
const ServiceAnnotationLoadBalancerCertificate = "service.beta.kubernetes.io/aws-load-balancer-ssl-cert"
// ServiceAnnotationLoadBalancerSSLPorts is the annotation used on the service
// to specify a comma-separated list of ports that will use SSL/HTTPS
// listeners. Defaults to '*' (all).
const ServiceAnnotationLoadBalancerSSLPorts = "service.beta.kubernetes.io/aws-load-balancer-ssl-ports"
// ServiceAnnotationLoadBalancerSSLNegotiationPolicy is the annotation used on
// the service to specify a SSL negotiation settings for the HTTPS/SSL listeners
// of your load balancer. Defaults to AWS's default
const ServiceAnnotationLoadBalancerSSLNegotiationPolicy = "service.beta.kubernetes.io/aws-load-balancer-ssl-negotiation-policy"
// ServiceAnnotationLoadBalancerBEProtocol is the annotation used on the service
// to specify the protocol spoken by the backend (pod) behind a listener.
// If `http` (default) or `https`, an HTTPS listener that terminates the
// connection and parses headers is created.
// If set to `ssl` or `tcp`, a "raw" SSL listener is used.
// If set to `http` and `aws-load-balancer-ssl-cert` is not used then
// a HTTP listener is used.
const ServiceAnnotationLoadBalancerBEProtocol = "service.beta.kubernetes.io/aws-load-balancer-backend-protocol"
// ServiceAnnotationLoadBalancerAdditionalTags is the annotation used on the service
// to specify a comma-separated list of key-value pairs which will be recorded as
// additional tags in the ELB.
// For example: "Key1=Val1,Key2=Val2,KeyNoVal1=,KeyNoVal2"
const ServiceAnnotationLoadBalancerAdditionalTags = "service.beta.kubernetes.io/aws-load-balancer-additional-resource-tags"
// ServiceAnnotationLoadBalancerHCHealthyThreshold is the annotation used on
// the service to specify the number of successive successful health checks
// required for a backend to be considered healthy for traffic.
const ServiceAnnotationLoadBalancerHCHealthyThreshold = "service.beta.kubernetes.io/aws-load-balancer-healthcheck-healthy-threshold"
// ServiceAnnotationLoadBalancerHCUnhealthyThreshold is the annotation used
// on the service to specify the number of unsuccessful health checks
// required for a backend to be considered unhealthy for traffic
const ServiceAnnotationLoadBalancerHCUnhealthyThreshold = "service.beta.kubernetes.io/aws-load-balancer-healthcheck-unhealthy-threshold"
// ServiceAnnotationLoadBalancerHCTimeout is the annotation used on the
// service to specify, in seconds, how long to wait before marking a health
// check as failed.
const ServiceAnnotationLoadBalancerHCTimeout = "service.beta.kubernetes.io/aws-load-balancer-healthcheck-timeout"
// ServiceAnnotationLoadBalancerHCInterval is the annotation used on the
// service to specify, in seconds, the interval between health checks.
const ServiceAnnotationLoadBalancerHCInterval = "service.beta.kubernetes.io/aws-load-balancer-healthcheck-interval"
// Event key when a volume is stuck on attaching state when being attached to a volume
const volumeAttachmentStuck = "VolumeAttachmentStuck"
// Indicates that a node has volumes stuck in attaching state and hence it is not fit for scheduling more pods
const nodeWithImpairedVolumes = "NodeWithImpairedVolumes"
const (
// volumeAttachmentConsecutiveErrorLimit is the number of consecutive errors we will ignore when waiting for a volume to attach/detach
volumeAttachmentStatusConsecutiveErrorLimit = 10
// most attach/detach operations on AWS finish within 1-4 seconds
// By using 1 second starting interval with a backoff of 1.8
// we get - [1, 1.8, 3.24, 5.832000000000001, 10.4976]
// in total we wait for 2601 seconds
volumeAttachmentStatusInitialDelay = 1 * time.Second
volumeAttachmentStatusFactor = 1.8
volumeAttachmentStatusSteps = 13
// createTag* is configuration of exponential backoff for CreateTag call. We
// retry mainly because if we create an object, we cannot tag it until it is
// "fully created" (eventual consistency). Starting with 1 second, doubling
// it every step and taking 9 steps results in 255 second total waiting
// time.
createTagInitialDelay = 1 * time.Second
createTagFactor = 2.0
createTagSteps = 9
// encryptedCheck* is configuration of poll for created volume to check
// it has not been silently removed by AWS.
// On a random AWS account (shared among several developers) it took 4s on
// average.
encryptedCheckInterval = 1 * time.Second
encryptedCheckTimeout = 30 * time.Second
// Number of node names that can be added to a filter. The AWS limit is 200
// but we are using a lower limit on purpose
filterNodeLimit = 150
)
// awsTagNameMasterRoles is a set of well-known AWS tag names that indicate the instance is a master
// The major consequence is that it is then not considered for AWS zone discovery for dynamic volume creation.
var awsTagNameMasterRoles = sets.NewString("kubernetes.io/role/master", "k8s.io/role/master")
// Maps from backend protocol to ELB protocol
var backendProtocolMapping = map[string]string{
"https": "https",
"http": "https",
"ssl": "ssl",
"tcp": "ssl",
}
// MaxReadThenCreateRetries sets the maximum number of attempts we will make when
// we read to see if something exists and then try to create it if we didn't find it.
// This can fail once in a consistent system if done in parallel
// In an eventually consistent system, it could fail unboundedly
const MaxReadThenCreateRetries = 30
// DefaultVolumeType specifies which storage to use for newly created Volumes
// TODO: Remove when user/admin can configure volume types and thus we don't
// need hardcoded defaults.
const DefaultVolumeType = "gp2"
// Used to call recognizeWellKnownRegions just once
var once sync.Once
// Services is an abstraction over AWS, to allow mocking/other implementations
type Services interface {
Compute(region string) (EC2, error)
LoadBalancing(region string) (ELB, error)
LoadBalancingV2(region string) (ELBV2, error)
Autoscaling(region string) (ASG, error)
Metadata() (EC2Metadata, error)
KeyManagement(region string) (KMS, error)
}
// EC2 is an abstraction over AWS', to allow mocking/other implementations
// Note that the DescribeX functions return a list, so callers don't need to deal with paging
// TODO: Should we rename this to AWS (EBS & ELB are not technically part of EC2)
type EC2 interface {
// Query EC2 for instances matching the filter
DescribeInstances(request *ec2.DescribeInstancesInput) ([]*ec2.Instance, error)
// Attach a volume to an instance
AttachVolume(*ec2.AttachVolumeInput) (*ec2.VolumeAttachment, error)
// Detach a volume from an instance it is attached to
DetachVolume(request *ec2.DetachVolumeInput) (resp *ec2.VolumeAttachment, err error)
// Lists volumes
DescribeVolumes(request *ec2.DescribeVolumesInput) ([]*ec2.Volume, error)
// Create an EBS volume
CreateVolume(request *ec2.CreateVolumeInput) (resp *ec2.Volume, err error)
// Delete an EBS volume
DeleteVolume(*ec2.DeleteVolumeInput) (*ec2.DeleteVolumeOutput, error)
ModifyVolume(*ec2.ModifyVolumeInput) (*ec2.ModifyVolumeOutput, error)
DescribeVolumeModifications(*ec2.DescribeVolumesModificationsInput) ([]*ec2.VolumeModification, error)
DescribeSecurityGroups(request *ec2.DescribeSecurityGroupsInput) ([]*ec2.SecurityGroup, error)
CreateSecurityGroup(*ec2.CreateSecurityGroupInput) (*ec2.CreateSecurityGroupOutput, error)
DeleteSecurityGroup(request *ec2.DeleteSecurityGroupInput) (*ec2.DeleteSecurityGroupOutput, error)
AuthorizeSecurityGroupIngress(*ec2.AuthorizeSecurityGroupIngressInput) (*ec2.AuthorizeSecurityGroupIngressOutput, error)
RevokeSecurityGroupIngress(*ec2.RevokeSecurityGroupIngressInput) (*ec2.RevokeSecurityGroupIngressOutput, error)
DescribeSubnets(*ec2.DescribeSubnetsInput) ([]*ec2.Subnet, error)
CreateTags(*ec2.CreateTagsInput) (*ec2.CreateTagsOutput, error)
DescribeRouteTables(request *ec2.DescribeRouteTablesInput) ([]*ec2.RouteTable, error)
CreateRoute(request *ec2.CreateRouteInput) (*ec2.CreateRouteOutput, error)
DeleteRoute(request *ec2.DeleteRouteInput) (*ec2.DeleteRouteOutput, error)
ModifyInstanceAttribute(request *ec2.ModifyInstanceAttributeInput) (*ec2.ModifyInstanceAttributeOutput, error)
DescribeVpcs(input *ec2.DescribeVpcsInput) (*ec2.DescribeVpcsOutput, error)
}
// ELB is a simple pass-through of AWS' ELB client interface, which allows for testing
type ELB interface {
CreateLoadBalancer(*elb.CreateLoadBalancerInput) (*elb.CreateLoadBalancerOutput, error)
DeleteLoadBalancer(*elb.DeleteLoadBalancerInput) (*elb.DeleteLoadBalancerOutput, error)
DescribeLoadBalancers(*elb.DescribeLoadBalancersInput) (*elb.DescribeLoadBalancersOutput, error)
AddTags(*elb.AddTagsInput) (*elb.AddTagsOutput, error)
RegisterInstancesWithLoadBalancer(*elb.RegisterInstancesWithLoadBalancerInput) (*elb.RegisterInstancesWithLoadBalancerOutput, error)
DeregisterInstancesFromLoadBalancer(*elb.DeregisterInstancesFromLoadBalancerInput) (*elb.DeregisterInstancesFromLoadBalancerOutput, error)
CreateLoadBalancerPolicy(*elb.CreateLoadBalancerPolicyInput) (*elb.CreateLoadBalancerPolicyOutput, error)
SetLoadBalancerPoliciesForBackendServer(*elb.SetLoadBalancerPoliciesForBackendServerInput) (*elb.SetLoadBalancerPoliciesForBackendServerOutput, error)
SetLoadBalancerPoliciesOfListener(input *elb.SetLoadBalancerPoliciesOfListenerInput) (*elb.SetLoadBalancerPoliciesOfListenerOutput, error)
DescribeLoadBalancerPolicies(input *elb.DescribeLoadBalancerPoliciesInput) (*elb.DescribeLoadBalancerPoliciesOutput, error)
DetachLoadBalancerFromSubnets(*elb.DetachLoadBalancerFromSubnetsInput) (*elb.DetachLoadBalancerFromSubnetsOutput, error)
AttachLoadBalancerToSubnets(*elb.AttachLoadBalancerToSubnetsInput) (*elb.AttachLoadBalancerToSubnetsOutput, error)
CreateLoadBalancerListeners(*elb.CreateLoadBalancerListenersInput) (*elb.CreateLoadBalancerListenersOutput, error)
DeleteLoadBalancerListeners(*elb.DeleteLoadBalancerListenersInput) (*elb.DeleteLoadBalancerListenersOutput, error)
ApplySecurityGroupsToLoadBalancer(*elb.ApplySecurityGroupsToLoadBalancerInput) (*elb.ApplySecurityGroupsToLoadBalancerOutput, error)
ConfigureHealthCheck(*elb.ConfigureHealthCheckInput) (*elb.ConfigureHealthCheckOutput, error)
DescribeLoadBalancerAttributes(*elb.DescribeLoadBalancerAttributesInput) (*elb.DescribeLoadBalancerAttributesOutput, error)
ModifyLoadBalancerAttributes(*elb.ModifyLoadBalancerAttributesInput) (*elb.ModifyLoadBalancerAttributesOutput, error)
}
// ELBV2 is a simple pass-through of AWS' ELBV2 client interface, which allows for testing
type ELBV2 interface {
AddTags(input *elbv2.AddTagsInput) (*elbv2.AddTagsOutput, error)
CreateLoadBalancer(*elbv2.CreateLoadBalancerInput) (*elbv2.CreateLoadBalancerOutput, error)
DescribeLoadBalancers(*elbv2.DescribeLoadBalancersInput) (*elbv2.DescribeLoadBalancersOutput, error)
DeleteLoadBalancer(*elbv2.DeleteLoadBalancerInput) (*elbv2.DeleteLoadBalancerOutput, error)
ModifyLoadBalancerAttributes(*elbv2.ModifyLoadBalancerAttributesInput) (*elbv2.ModifyLoadBalancerAttributesOutput, error)
DescribeLoadBalancerAttributes(*elbv2.DescribeLoadBalancerAttributesInput) (*elbv2.DescribeLoadBalancerAttributesOutput, error)
CreateTargetGroup(*elbv2.CreateTargetGroupInput) (*elbv2.CreateTargetGroupOutput, error)
DescribeTargetGroups(*elbv2.DescribeTargetGroupsInput) (*elbv2.DescribeTargetGroupsOutput, error)
ModifyTargetGroup(*elbv2.ModifyTargetGroupInput) (*elbv2.ModifyTargetGroupOutput, error)
DeleteTargetGroup(*elbv2.DeleteTargetGroupInput) (*elbv2.DeleteTargetGroupOutput, error)
DescribeTargetHealth(input *elbv2.DescribeTargetHealthInput) (*elbv2.DescribeTargetHealthOutput, error)
DescribeTargetGroupAttributes(*elbv2.DescribeTargetGroupAttributesInput) (*elbv2.DescribeTargetGroupAttributesOutput, error)
ModifyTargetGroupAttributes(*elbv2.ModifyTargetGroupAttributesInput) (*elbv2.ModifyTargetGroupAttributesOutput, error)
RegisterTargets(*elbv2.RegisterTargetsInput) (*elbv2.RegisterTargetsOutput, error)
DeregisterTargets(*elbv2.DeregisterTargetsInput) (*elbv2.DeregisterTargetsOutput, error)
CreateListener(*elbv2.CreateListenerInput) (*elbv2.CreateListenerOutput, error)
DescribeListeners(*elbv2.DescribeListenersInput) (*elbv2.DescribeListenersOutput, error)
DeleteListener(*elbv2.DeleteListenerInput) (*elbv2.DeleteListenerOutput, error)
ModifyListener(*elbv2.ModifyListenerInput) (*elbv2.ModifyListenerOutput, error)
WaitUntilLoadBalancersDeleted(*elbv2.DescribeLoadBalancersInput) error
}
// ASG is a simple pass-through of the Autoscaling client interface, which
// allows for testing.
type ASG interface {
UpdateAutoScalingGroup(*autoscaling.UpdateAutoScalingGroupInput) (*autoscaling.UpdateAutoScalingGroupOutput, error)
DescribeAutoScalingGroups(*autoscaling.DescribeAutoScalingGroupsInput) (*autoscaling.DescribeAutoScalingGroupsOutput, error)
}
// KMS is a simple pass-through of the Key Management Service client interface,
// which allows for testing.
type KMS interface {
DescribeKey(*kms.DescribeKeyInput) (*kms.DescribeKeyOutput, error)
}
// EC2Metadata is an abstraction over the AWS metadata service.
type EC2Metadata interface {
// Query the EC2 metadata service (used to discover instance-id etc)
GetMetadata(path string) (string, error)
}
// AWS volume types
const (
// Provisioned IOPS SSD
VolumeTypeIO1 = "io1"
// General Purpose SSD
VolumeTypeGP2 = "gp2"
// Cold HDD (sc1)
VolumeTypeSC1 = "sc1"
// Throughput Optimized HDD
VolumeTypeST1 = "st1"
)
// AWS provisioning limits.
// Source: http://docs.aws.amazon.com/AWSEC2/latest/UserGuide/EBSVolumeTypes.html
const (
MinTotalIOPS = 100
MaxTotalIOPS = 20000
)
// VolumeOptions specifies capacity and tags for a volume.
type VolumeOptions struct {
CapacityGB int
Tags map[string]string
VolumeType string
AvailabilityZone string
// IOPSPerGB x CapacityGB will give total IOPS of the volume to create.
// Calculated total IOPS will be capped at MaxTotalIOPS.
IOPSPerGB int
Encrypted bool
// fully qualified resource name to the key to use for encryption.
// example: arn:aws:kms:us-east-1:012345678910:key/abcd1234-a123-456a-a12b-a123b4cd56ef
KmsKeyID string
}
// Volumes is an interface for managing cloud-provisioned volumes
// TODO: Allow other clouds to implement this
type Volumes interface {
// Attach the disk to the node with the specified NodeName
// nodeName can be empty to mean "the instance on which we are running"
// Returns the device (e.g. /dev/xvdf) where we attached the volume
AttachDisk(diskName KubernetesVolumeID, nodeName types.NodeName) (string, error)
// Detach the disk from the node with the specified NodeName
// nodeName can be empty to mean "the instance on which we are running"
// Returns the device where the volume was attached
DetachDisk(diskName KubernetesVolumeID, nodeName types.NodeName) (string, error)
// Create a volume with the specified options
CreateDisk(volumeOptions *VolumeOptions) (volumeName KubernetesVolumeID, err error)
// Delete the specified volume
// Returns true iff the volume was deleted
// If the was not found, returns (false, nil)
DeleteDisk(volumeName KubernetesVolumeID) (bool, error)
// Get labels to apply to volume on creation
GetVolumeLabels(volumeName KubernetesVolumeID) (map[string]string, error)
// Get volume's disk path from volume name
// return the device path where the volume is attached
GetDiskPath(volumeName KubernetesVolumeID) (string, error)
// Check if the volume is already attached to the node with the specified NodeName
DiskIsAttached(diskName KubernetesVolumeID, nodeName types.NodeName) (bool, error)
// Check if disks specified in argument map are still attached to their respective nodes.
DisksAreAttached(map[types.NodeName][]KubernetesVolumeID) (map[types.NodeName]map[KubernetesVolumeID]bool, error)
// Expand the disk to new size
ResizeDisk(diskName KubernetesVolumeID, oldSize resource.Quantity, newSize resource.Quantity) (resource.Quantity, error)
}
// InstanceGroups is an interface for managing cloud-managed instance groups / autoscaling instance groups
// TODO: Allow other clouds to implement this
type InstanceGroups interface {
// Set the size to the fixed size
ResizeInstanceGroup(instanceGroupName string, size int) error
// Queries the cloud provider for information about the specified instance group
DescribeInstanceGroup(instanceGroupName string) (InstanceGroupInfo, error)
}
// InstanceGroupInfo is returned by InstanceGroups.Describe, and exposes information about the group.
type InstanceGroupInfo interface {
// The number of instances currently running under control of this group
CurrentSize() (int, error)
}
var _ cloudprovider.Interface = (*Cloud)(nil)
var _ cloudprovider.Instances = (*Cloud)(nil)
var _ cloudprovider.LoadBalancer = (*Cloud)(nil)
var _ cloudprovider.Routes = (*Cloud)(nil)
var _ cloudprovider.Zones = (*Cloud)(nil)
var _ cloudprovider.PVLabeler = (*Cloud)(nil)
// Cloud is an implementation of Interface, LoadBalancer and Instances for Amazon Web Services.
type Cloud struct {
ec2 EC2
elb ELB
elbv2 ELBV2
asg ASG
kms KMS
metadata EC2Metadata
cfg *CloudConfig
region string
vpcID string
tagging awsTagging
// The AWS instance that we are running on
// Note that we cache some state in awsInstance (mountpoints), so we must preserve the instance
selfAWSInstance *awsInstance
instanceCache instanceCache
clientBuilder controller.ControllerClientBuilder
kubeClient clientset.Interface
eventBroadcaster record.EventBroadcaster
eventRecorder record.EventRecorder
// We keep an active list of devices we have assigned but not yet
// attached, to avoid a race condition where we assign a device mapping
// and then get a second request before we attach the volume
attachingMutex sync.Mutex
attaching map[types.NodeName]map[mountDevice]EBSVolumeID
// state of our device allocator for each node
deviceAllocators map[types.NodeName]DeviceAllocator
}
var _ Volumes = &Cloud{}
// CloudConfig wraps the settings for the AWS cloud provider.
type CloudConfig struct {
Global struct {
// TODO: Is there any use for this? We can get it from the instance metadata service
// Maybe if we're not running on AWS, e.g. bootstrap; for now it is not very useful
Zone string
// The AWS VPC flag enables the possibility to run the master components
// on a different aws account, on a different cloud provider or on-premises.
// If the flag is set also the KubernetesClusterTag must be provided
VPC string
// SubnetID enables using a specific subnet to use for ELB's
SubnetID string
// RouteTableID enables using a specific RouteTable
RouteTableID string
// RoleARN is the IAM role to assume when interaction with AWS APIs.
RoleARN string
// KubernetesClusterTag is the legacy cluster id we'll use to identify our cluster resources
KubernetesClusterTag string
// KubernetesClusterID is the cluster id we'll use to identify our cluster resources
KubernetesClusterID string
//The aws provider creates an inbound rule per load balancer on the node security
//group. However, this can run into the AWS security group rule limit of 50 if
//many LoadBalancers are created.
//
//This flag disables the automatic ingress creation. It requires that the user
//has setup a rule that allows inbound traffic on kubelet ports from the
//local VPC subnet (so load balancers can access it). E.g. 10.82.0.0/16 30000-32000.
DisableSecurityGroupIngress bool
//AWS has a hard limit of 500 security groups. For large clusters creating a security group for each ELB
//can cause the max number of security groups to be reached. If this is set instead of creating a new
//Security group for each ELB this security group will be used instead.
ElbSecurityGroup string
//During the instantiation of an new AWS cloud provider, the detected region
//is validated against a known set of regions.
//
//In a non-standard, AWS like environment (e.g. Eucalyptus), this check may
//be undesirable. Setting this to true will disable the check and provide
//a warning that the check was skipped. Please note that this is an
//experimental feature and work-in-progress for the moment. If you find
//yourself in an non-AWS cloud and open an issue, please indicate that in the
//issue body.
DisableStrictZoneCheck bool
}
}
// awsSdkEC2 is an implementation of the EC2 interface, backed by aws-sdk-go
type awsSdkEC2 struct {
ec2 *ec2.EC2
}
type awsSDKProvider struct {
creds *credentials.Credentials
mutex sync.Mutex
regionDelayers map[string]*CrossRequestRetryDelay
}
func newAWSSDKProvider(creds *credentials.Credentials) *awsSDKProvider {
return &awsSDKProvider{
creds: creds,
regionDelayers: make(map[string]*CrossRequestRetryDelay),
}
}
func (p *awsSDKProvider) addHandlers(regionName string, h *request.Handlers) {
h.Sign.PushFrontNamed(request.NamedHandler{
Name: "k8s/logger",
Fn: awsHandlerLogger,
})
delayer := p.getCrossRequestRetryDelay(regionName)
if delayer != nil {
h.Sign.PushFrontNamed(request.NamedHandler{
Name: "k8s/delay-presign",
Fn: delayer.BeforeSign,
})
h.AfterRetry.PushFrontNamed(request.NamedHandler{
Name: "k8s/delay-afterretry",
Fn: delayer.AfterRetry,
})
}
p.addAPILoggingHandlers(h)
}
func (p *awsSDKProvider) addAPILoggingHandlers(h *request.Handlers) {
h.Send.PushBackNamed(request.NamedHandler{
Name: "k8s/api-request",
Fn: awsSendHandlerLogger,
})
h.ValidateResponse.PushFrontNamed(request.NamedHandler{
Name: "k8s/api-validate-response",
Fn: awsValidateResponseHandlerLogger,
})
}
// Get a CrossRequestRetryDelay, scoped to the region, not to the request.
// This means that when we hit a limit on a call, we will delay _all_ calls to the API.
// We do this to protect the AWS account from becoming overloaded and effectively locked.
// We also log when we hit request limits.
// Note that this delays the current goroutine; this is bad behaviour and will
// likely cause k8s to become slow or unresponsive for cloud operations.
// However, this throttle is intended only as a last resort. When we observe
// this throttling, we need to address the root cause (e.g. add a delay to a
// controller retry loop)
func (p *awsSDKProvider) getCrossRequestRetryDelay(regionName string) *CrossRequestRetryDelay {
p.mutex.Lock()
defer p.mutex.Unlock()
delayer, found := p.regionDelayers[regionName]
if !found {
delayer = NewCrossRequestRetryDelay()
p.regionDelayers[regionName] = delayer
}
return delayer
}
func (p *awsSDKProvider) Compute(regionName string) (EC2, error) {
awsConfig := &aws.Config{
Region: &regionName,
Credentials: p.creds,
}
awsConfig = awsConfig.WithCredentialsChainVerboseErrors(true)
sess, err := session.NewSession(awsConfig)
if err != nil {
return nil, fmt.Errorf("unable to initialize AWS session: %v", err)
}
service := ec2.New(sess)
p.addHandlers(regionName, &service.Handlers)
ec2 := &awsSdkEC2{
ec2: service,
}
return ec2, nil
}
func (p *awsSDKProvider) LoadBalancing(regionName string) (ELB, error) {
awsConfig := &aws.Config{
Region: &regionName,
Credentials: p.creds,
}
awsConfig = awsConfig.WithCredentialsChainVerboseErrors(true)
sess, err := session.NewSession(awsConfig)
if err != nil {
return nil, fmt.Errorf("unable to initialize AWS session: %v", err)
}
elbClient := elb.New(sess)
p.addHandlers(regionName, &elbClient.Handlers)
return elbClient, nil
}
func (p *awsSDKProvider) LoadBalancingV2(regionName string) (ELBV2, error) {
awsConfig := &aws.Config{
Region: &regionName,
Credentials: p.creds,
}
awsConfig = awsConfig.WithCredentialsChainVerboseErrors(true)
sess, err := session.NewSession(awsConfig)
if err != nil {
return nil, fmt.Errorf("unable to initialize AWS session: %v", err)
}
elbClient := elbv2.New(sess)
p.addHandlers(regionName, &elbClient.Handlers)
return elbClient, nil
}
func (p *awsSDKProvider) Autoscaling(regionName string) (ASG, error) {
awsConfig := &aws.Config{
Region: &regionName,
Credentials: p.creds,
}
awsConfig = awsConfig.WithCredentialsChainVerboseErrors(true)
sess, err := session.NewSession(awsConfig)
if err != nil {
return nil, fmt.Errorf("unable to initialize AWS session: %v", err)
}
client := autoscaling.New(sess)
p.addHandlers(regionName, &client.Handlers)
return client, nil
}
func (p *awsSDKProvider) Metadata() (EC2Metadata, error) {
sess, err := session.NewSession(&aws.Config{})
if err != nil {
return nil, fmt.Errorf("unable to initialize AWS session: %v", err)
}
client := ec2metadata.New(sess)
p.addAPILoggingHandlers(&client.Handlers)
return client, nil
}
func (p *awsSDKProvider) KeyManagement(regionName string) (KMS, error) {
awsConfig := &aws.Config{
Region: &regionName,
Credentials: p.creds,
}
awsConfig = awsConfig.WithCredentialsChainVerboseErrors(true)
sess, err := session.NewSession(awsConfig)
if err != nil {
return nil, fmt.Errorf("unable to initialize AWS session: %v", err)
}
kmsClient := kms.New(sess)
p.addHandlers(regionName, &kmsClient.Handlers)
return kmsClient, nil
}
func newEc2Filter(name string, values ...string) *ec2.Filter {
filter := &ec2.Filter{
Name: aws.String(name),
}
for _, value := range values {
filter.Values = append(filter.Values, aws.String(value))
}
return filter
}
// AddSSHKeyToAllInstances is currently not implemented.
func (c *Cloud) AddSSHKeyToAllInstances(ctx context.Context, user string, keyData []byte) error {
return cloudprovider.NotImplemented
}
// CurrentNodeName returns the name of the current node
func (c *Cloud) CurrentNodeName(ctx context.Context, hostname string) (types.NodeName, error) {
return c.selfAWSInstance.nodeName, nil
}
// Implementation of EC2.Instances
func (s *awsSdkEC2) DescribeInstances(request *ec2.DescribeInstancesInput) ([]*ec2.Instance, error) {
// Instances are paged
results := []*ec2.Instance{}
var nextToken *string
requestTime := time.Now()
for {
response, err := s.ec2.DescribeInstances(request)
if err != nil {
recordAWSMetric("describe_instance", 0, err)
return nil, fmt.Errorf("error listing AWS instances: %q", err)
}
for _, reservation := range response.Reservations {
results = append(results, reservation.Instances...)
}
nextToken = response.NextToken
if aws.StringValue(nextToken) == "" {
break
}
request.NextToken = nextToken
}
timeTaken := time.Since(requestTime).Seconds()
recordAWSMetric("describe_instance", timeTaken, nil)
return results, nil
}
// Implements EC2.DescribeSecurityGroups
func (s *awsSdkEC2) DescribeSecurityGroups(request *ec2.DescribeSecurityGroupsInput) ([]*ec2.SecurityGroup, error) {
// Security groups are not paged
response, err := s.ec2.DescribeSecurityGroups(request)
if err != nil {
return nil, fmt.Errorf("error listing AWS security groups: %q", err)
}
return response.SecurityGroups, nil
}
func (s *awsSdkEC2) AttachVolume(request *ec2.AttachVolumeInput) (*ec2.VolumeAttachment, error) {
requestTime := time.Now()
resp, err := s.ec2.AttachVolume(request)
timeTaken := time.Since(requestTime).Seconds()
recordAWSMetric("attach_volume", timeTaken, err)
return resp, err
}
func (s *awsSdkEC2) DetachVolume(request *ec2.DetachVolumeInput) (*ec2.VolumeAttachment, error) {
requestTime := time.Now()
resp, err := s.ec2.DetachVolume(request)
timeTaken := time.Since(requestTime).Seconds()
recordAWSMetric("detach_volume", timeTaken, err)
return resp, err
}
func (s *awsSdkEC2) DescribeVolumes(request *ec2.DescribeVolumesInput) ([]*ec2.Volume, error) {
// Volumes are paged
results := []*ec2.Volume{}
var nextToken *string
requestTime := time.Now()
for {
response, err := s.ec2.DescribeVolumes(request)
if err != nil {
recordAWSMetric("describe_volume", 0, err)
return nil, err
}
results = append(results, response.Volumes...)
nextToken = response.NextToken
if aws.StringValue(nextToken) == "" {
break
}
request.NextToken = nextToken
}
timeTaken := time.Since(requestTime).Seconds()
recordAWSMetric("describe_volume", timeTaken, nil)
return results, nil
}
func (s *awsSdkEC2) CreateVolume(request *ec2.CreateVolumeInput) (*ec2.Volume, error) {
requestTime := time.Now()
resp, err := s.ec2.CreateVolume(request)
timeTaken := time.Since(requestTime).Seconds()
recordAWSMetric("create_volume", timeTaken, err)
return resp, err
}
func (s *awsSdkEC2) DeleteVolume(request *ec2.DeleteVolumeInput) (*ec2.DeleteVolumeOutput, error) {
requestTime := time.Now()
resp, err := s.ec2.DeleteVolume(request)
timeTaken := time.Since(requestTime).Seconds()
recordAWSMetric("delete_volume", timeTaken, err)
return resp, err
}
func (s *awsSdkEC2) ModifyVolume(request *ec2.ModifyVolumeInput) (*ec2.ModifyVolumeOutput, error) {
requestTime := time.Now()
resp, err := s.ec2.ModifyVolume(request)
timeTaken := time.Since(requestTime).Seconds()
recordAWSMetric("modify_volume", timeTaken, err)
return resp, err
}
func (s *awsSdkEC2) DescribeVolumeModifications(request *ec2.DescribeVolumesModificationsInput) ([]*ec2.VolumeModification, error) {
requestTime := time.Now()
results := []*ec2.VolumeModification{}
var nextToken *string
for {
resp, err := s.ec2.DescribeVolumesModifications(request)
if err != nil {
recordAWSMetric("describe_volume_modification", 0, err)
return nil, fmt.Errorf("error listing volume modifictions : %v", err)
}
results = append(results, resp.VolumesModifications...)
nextToken = resp.NextToken
if aws.StringValue(nextToken) == "" {
break
}
request.NextToken = nextToken
}
timeTaken := time.Since(requestTime).Seconds()
recordAWSMetric("describe_volume_modification", timeTaken, nil)
return results, nil
}
func (s *awsSdkEC2) DescribeSubnets(request *ec2.DescribeSubnetsInput) ([]*ec2.Subnet, error) {
// Subnets are not paged
response, err := s.ec2.DescribeSubnets(request)
if err != nil {
return nil, fmt.Errorf("error listing AWS subnets: %q", err)
}
return response.Subnets, nil
}
func (s *awsSdkEC2) CreateSecurityGroup(request *ec2.CreateSecurityGroupInput) (*ec2.CreateSecurityGroupOutput, error) {
return s.ec2.CreateSecurityGroup(request)
}
func (s *awsSdkEC2) DeleteSecurityGroup(request *ec2.DeleteSecurityGroupInput) (*ec2.DeleteSecurityGroupOutput, error) {
return s.ec2.DeleteSecurityGroup(request)
}
func (s *awsSdkEC2) AuthorizeSecurityGroupIngress(request *ec2.AuthorizeSecurityGroupIngressInput) (*ec2.AuthorizeSecurityGroupIngressOutput, error) {
return s.ec2.AuthorizeSecurityGroupIngress(request)
}
func (s *awsSdkEC2) RevokeSecurityGroupIngress(request *ec2.RevokeSecurityGroupIngressInput) (*ec2.RevokeSecurityGroupIngressOutput, error) {
return s.ec2.RevokeSecurityGroupIngress(request)
}
func (s *awsSdkEC2) CreateTags(request *ec2.CreateTagsInput) (*ec2.CreateTagsOutput, error) {
requestTime := time.Now()
resp, err := s.ec2.CreateTags(request)
timeTaken := time.Since(requestTime).Seconds()
recordAWSMetric("create_tags", timeTaken, err)
return resp, err
}
func (s *awsSdkEC2) DescribeRouteTables(request *ec2.DescribeRouteTablesInput) ([]*ec2.RouteTable, error) {
// Not paged
response, err := s.ec2.DescribeRouteTables(request)
if err != nil {
return nil, fmt.Errorf("error listing AWS route tables: %q", err)
}
return response.RouteTables, nil
}
func (s *awsSdkEC2) CreateRoute(request *ec2.CreateRouteInput) (*ec2.CreateRouteOutput, error) {
return s.ec2.CreateRoute(request)
}
func (s *awsSdkEC2) DeleteRoute(request *ec2.DeleteRouteInput) (*ec2.DeleteRouteOutput, error) {
return s.ec2.DeleteRoute(request)
}
func (s *awsSdkEC2) ModifyInstanceAttribute(request *ec2.ModifyInstanceAttributeInput) (*ec2.ModifyInstanceAttributeOutput, error) {
return s.ec2.ModifyInstanceAttribute(request)
}
func (s *awsSdkEC2) DescribeVpcs(request *ec2.DescribeVpcsInput) (*ec2.DescribeVpcsOutput, error) {
return s.ec2.DescribeVpcs(request)
}
func init() {
registerMetrics()
cloudprovider.RegisterCloudProvider(ProviderName, func(config io.Reader) (cloudprovider.Interface, error) {
cfg, err := readAWSCloudConfig(config)
if err != nil {
return nil, fmt.Errorf("unable to read AWS cloud provider config file: %v", err)
}
sess, err := session.NewSession(&aws.Config{})
if err != nil {
return nil, fmt.Errorf("unable to initialize AWS session: %v", err)
}
var provider credentials.Provider
if cfg.Global.RoleARN == "" {
provider = &ec2rolecreds.EC2RoleProvider{
Client: ec2metadata.New(sess),
}
} else {
klog.Infof("Using AWS assumed role %v", cfg.Global.RoleARN)
provider = &stscreds.AssumeRoleProvider{
Client: sts.New(sess),
RoleARN: cfg.Global.RoleARN,
}
}
creds := credentials.NewChainCredentials(
[]credentials.Provider{
&credentials.EnvProvider{},
provider,
&credentials.SharedCredentialsProvider{},
})
aws := newAWSSDKProvider(creds)
return newAWSCloud(*cfg, aws)
})
}
// readAWSCloudConfig reads an instance of AWSCloudConfig from config reader.
func readAWSCloudConfig(config io.Reader) (*CloudConfig, error) {
var cfg CloudConfig
var err error
if config != nil {
err = gcfg.ReadInto(&cfg, config)
if err != nil {
return nil, err
}
}
return &cfg, nil
}
func updateConfigZone(cfg *CloudConfig, metadata EC2Metadata) error {
if cfg.Global.Zone == "" {
if metadata != nil {
klog.Info("Zone not specified in configuration file; querying AWS metadata service")
var err error
cfg.Global.Zone, err = getAvailabilityZone(metadata)
if err != nil {
return err
}
}
if cfg.Global.Zone == "" {
return fmt.Errorf("no zone specified in configuration file")
}
}
return nil
}
func getAvailabilityZone(metadata EC2Metadata) (string, error) {
return metadata.GetMetadata("placement/availability-zone")
}
// Derives the region from a valid az name.
// Returns an error if the az is known invalid (empty)
func azToRegion(az string) (string, error) {
if len(az) < 1 {
return "", fmt.Errorf("invalid (empty) AZ")
}
region := az[:len(az)-1]
return region, nil
}
// newAWSCloud creates a new instance of AWSCloud.
// AWSProvider and instanceId are primarily for tests
func newAWSCloud(cfg CloudConfig, awsServices Services) (*Cloud, error) {
// We have some state in the Cloud object - in particular the attaching map
// Log so that if we are building multiple Cloud objects, it is obvious!
klog.Infof("Building AWS cloudprovider")
metadata, err := awsServices.Metadata()
if err != nil {
return nil, fmt.Errorf("error creating AWS metadata client: %q", err)
}
err = updateConfigZone(&cfg, metadata)
if err != nil {
return nil, fmt.Errorf("unable to determine AWS zone from cloud provider config or EC2 instance metadata: %v", err)
}
zone := cfg.Global.Zone
if len(zone) <= 1 {
return nil, fmt.Errorf("invalid AWS zone in config file: %s", zone)
}
regionName, err := azToRegion(zone)
if err != nil {
return nil, err
}
// Trust that if we get a region from configuration or AWS metadata that it is valid,
// and register ECR providers
recognizeRegion(regionName)
if !cfg.Global.DisableStrictZoneCheck {
valid := isRegionValid(regionName)
if !valid {
// This _should_ now be unreachable, given we call RecognizeRegion
return nil, fmt.Errorf("not a valid AWS zone (unknown region): %s", zone)
}
} else {
klog.Warningf("Strict AWS zone checking is disabled. Proceeding with zone: %s", zone)
}
ec2, err := awsServices.Compute(regionName)
if err != nil {
return nil, fmt.Errorf("error creating AWS EC2 client: %v", err)
}
elb, err := awsServices.LoadBalancing(regionName)
if err != nil {
return nil, fmt.Errorf("error creating AWS ELB client: %v", err)
}
elbv2, err := awsServices.LoadBalancingV2(regionName)
if err != nil {
return nil, fmt.Errorf("error creating AWS ELBV2 client: %v", err)
}
asg, err := awsServices.Autoscaling(regionName)
if err != nil {
return nil, fmt.Errorf("error creating AWS autoscaling client: %v", err)
}
kms, err := awsServices.KeyManagement(regionName)
if err != nil {
return nil, fmt.Errorf("error creating AWS key management client: %v", err)
}
awsCloud := &Cloud{
ec2: ec2,
elb: elb,
elbv2: elbv2,
asg: asg,
metadata: metadata,
kms: kms,
cfg: &cfg,
region: regionName,
attaching: make(map[types.NodeName]map[mountDevice]EBSVolumeID),
deviceAllocators: make(map[types.NodeName]DeviceAllocator),
}
awsCloud.instanceCache.cloud = awsCloud
tagged := cfg.Global.KubernetesClusterTag != "" || cfg.Global.KubernetesClusterID != ""
if cfg.Global.VPC != "" && (cfg.Global.SubnetID != "" || cfg.Global.RoleARN != "") && tagged {
// When the master is running on a different AWS account, cloud provider or on-premise
// build up a dummy instance and use the VPC from the nodes account
klog.Info("Master is configured to run on a different AWS account, different cloud provider or on-premises")
awsCloud.selfAWSInstance = &awsInstance{
nodeName: "master-dummy",
vpcID: cfg.Global.VPC,
subnetID: cfg.Global.SubnetID,
}
awsCloud.vpcID = cfg.Global.VPC
} else {
selfAWSInstance, err := awsCloud.buildSelfAWSInstance()
if err != nil {
return nil, err
}
awsCloud.selfAWSInstance = selfAWSInstance
awsCloud.vpcID = selfAWSInstance.vpcID
}
if cfg.Global.KubernetesClusterTag != "" || cfg.Global.KubernetesClusterID != "" {
if err := awsCloud.tagging.init(cfg.Global.KubernetesClusterTag, cfg.Global.KubernetesClusterID); err != nil {
return nil, err
}
} else {
// TODO: Clean up double-API query
info, err := awsCloud.selfAWSInstance.describeInstance()
if err != nil {
return nil, err
}
if err := awsCloud.tagging.initFromTags(info.Tags); err != nil {
return nil, err
}
}
// Register regions, in particular for ECR credentials
once.Do(func() {
recognizeWellKnownRegions()
})
return awsCloud, nil
}
// Initialize passes a Kubernetes clientBuilder interface to the cloud provider
func (c *Cloud) Initialize(clientBuilder cloudprovider.ControllerClientBuilder, stop <-chan struct{}) {
c.clientBuilder = clientBuilder
c.kubeClient = clientBuilder.ClientOrDie("aws-cloud-provider")
c.eventBroadcaster = record.NewBroadcaster()
c.eventBroadcaster.StartLogging(klog.Infof)
c.eventBroadcaster.StartRecordingToSink(&v1core.EventSinkImpl{Interface: c.kubeClient.CoreV1().Events("")})
c.eventRecorder = c.eventBroadcaster.NewRecorder(scheme.Scheme, v1.EventSource{Component: "aws-cloud-provider"})
}
// Clusters returns the list of clusters.
func (c *Cloud) Clusters() (cloudprovider.Clusters, bool) {
return nil, false
}
// ProviderName returns the cloud provider ID.
func (c *Cloud) ProviderName() string {
return ProviderName
}
// LoadBalancer returns an implementation of LoadBalancer for Amazon Web Services.
func (c *Cloud) LoadBalancer() (cloudprovider.LoadBalancer, bool) {
return c, true
}
// Instances returns an implementation of Instances for Amazon Web Services.
func (c *Cloud) Instances() (cloudprovider.Instances, bool) {
return c, true
}
// Zones returns an implementation of Zones for Amazon Web Services.
func (c *Cloud) Zones() (cloudprovider.Zones, bool) {
return c, true
}
// Routes returns an implementation of Routes for Amazon Web Services.
func (c *Cloud) Routes() (cloudprovider.Routes, bool) {
return c, true
}
// HasClusterID returns true if the cluster has a clusterID
func (c *Cloud) HasClusterID() bool {
return len(c.tagging.clusterID()) > 0
}
// NodeAddresses is an implementation of Instances.NodeAddresses.
func (c *Cloud) NodeAddresses(ctx context.Context, name types.NodeName) ([]v1.NodeAddress, error) {
if c.selfAWSInstance.nodeName == name || len(name) == 0 {
addresses := []v1.NodeAddress{}
macs, err := c.metadata.GetMetadata("network/interfaces/macs/")
if err != nil {
return nil, fmt.Errorf("error querying AWS metadata for %q: %q", "network/interfaces/macs", err)
}
for _, macID := range strings.Split(macs, "\n") {
if macID == "" {
continue
}
macPath := path.Join("network/interfaces/macs/", macID, "local-ipv4s")
internalIPs, err := c.metadata.GetMetadata(macPath)
if err != nil {
return nil, fmt.Errorf("error querying AWS metadata for %q: %q", macPath, err)
}
for _, internalIP := range strings.Split(internalIPs, "\n") {
if internalIP == "" {
continue
}
addresses = append(addresses, v1.NodeAddress{Type: v1.NodeInternalIP, Address: internalIP})
}
}
externalIP, err := c.metadata.GetMetadata("public-ipv4")
if err != nil {
//TODO: It would be nice to be able to determine the reason for the failure,
// but the AWS client masks all failures with the same error description.
klog.V(4).Info("Could not determine public IP from AWS metadata.")
} else {
addresses = append(addresses, v1.NodeAddress{Type: v1.NodeExternalIP, Address: externalIP})
}
internalDNS, err := c.metadata.GetMetadata("local-hostname")
if err != nil || len(internalDNS) == 0 {
//TODO: It would be nice to be able to determine the reason for the failure,
// but the AWS client masks all failures with the same error description.
klog.V(4).Info("Could not determine private DNS from AWS metadata.")
} else {
addresses = append(addresses, v1.NodeAddress{Type: v1.NodeInternalDNS, Address: internalDNS})
addresses = append(addresses, v1.NodeAddress{Type: v1.NodeHostName, Address: internalDNS})
}
externalDNS, err := c.metadata.GetMetadata("public-hostname")
if err != nil || len(externalDNS) == 0 {
//TODO: It would be nice to be able to determine the reason for the failure,
// but the AWS client masks all failures with the same error description.
klog.V(4).Info("Could not determine public DNS from AWS metadata.")
} else {
addresses = append(addresses, v1.NodeAddress{Type: v1.NodeExternalDNS, Address: externalDNS})
}
return addresses, nil
}
instance, err := c.getInstanceByNodeName(name)
if err != nil {
return nil, fmt.Errorf("getInstanceByNodeName failed for %q with %q", name, err)
}
return extractNodeAddresses(instance)
}
// extractNodeAddresses maps the instance information from EC2 to an array of NodeAddresses
func extractNodeAddresses(instance *ec2.Instance) ([]v1.NodeAddress, error) {
// Not clear if the order matters here, but we might as well indicate a sensible preference order
if instance == nil {
return nil, fmt.Errorf("nil instance passed to extractNodeAddresses")
}
addresses := []v1.NodeAddress{}
// handle internal network interfaces
for _, networkInterface := range instance.NetworkInterfaces {
// skip network interfaces that are not currently in use
if aws.StringValue(networkInterface.Status) != ec2.NetworkInterfaceStatusInUse {
continue
}
for _, internalIP := range networkInterface.PrivateIpAddresses {
if ipAddress := aws.StringValue(internalIP.PrivateIpAddress); ipAddress != "" {
ip := net.ParseIP(ipAddress)
if ip == nil {
return nil, fmt.Errorf("EC2 instance had invalid private address: %s (%q)", aws.StringValue(instance.InstanceId), ipAddress)
}
addresses = append(addresses, v1.NodeAddress{Type: v1.NodeInternalIP, Address: ip.String()})
}
}
}
// TODO: Other IP addresses (multiple ips)?
publicIPAddress := aws.StringValue(instance.PublicIpAddress)
if publicIPAddress != "" {
ip := net.ParseIP(publicIPAddress)
if ip == nil {
return nil, fmt.Errorf("EC2 instance had invalid public address: %s (%s)", aws.StringValue(instance.InstanceId), publicIPAddress)
}
addresses = append(addresses, v1.NodeAddress{Type: v1.NodeExternalIP, Address: ip.String()})
}
privateDNSName := aws.StringValue(instance.PrivateDnsName)
if privateDNSName != "" {
addresses = append(addresses, v1.NodeAddress{Type: v1.NodeInternalDNS, Address: privateDNSName})
addresses = append(addresses, v1.NodeAddress{Type: v1.NodeHostName, Address: privateDNSName})
}
publicDNSName := aws.StringValue(instance.PublicDnsName)
if publicDNSName != "" {
addresses = append(addresses, v1.NodeAddress{Type: v1.NodeExternalDNS, Address: publicDNSName})
}
return addresses, nil
}
// NodeAddressesByProviderID returns the node addresses of an instances with the specified unique providerID
// This method will not be called from the node that is requesting this ID. i.e. metadata service
// and other local methods cannot be used here
func (c *Cloud) NodeAddressesByProviderID(ctx context.Context, providerID string) ([]v1.NodeAddress, error) {
instanceID, err := kubernetesInstanceID(providerID).mapToAWSInstanceID()
if err != nil {
return nil, err
}
instance, err := describeInstance(c.ec2, instanceID)
if err != nil {
return nil, err
}
return extractNodeAddresses(instance)
}
// InstanceExistsByProviderID returns true if the instance with the given provider id still exists.
// If false is returned with no error, the instance will be immediately deleted by the cloud controller manager.
func (c *Cloud) InstanceExistsByProviderID(ctx context.Context, providerID string) (bool, error) {
instanceID, err := kubernetesInstanceID(providerID).mapToAWSInstanceID()
if err != nil {
return false, err
}
request := &ec2.DescribeInstancesInput{
InstanceIds: []*string{instanceID.awsString()},
}
instances, err := c.ec2.DescribeInstances(request)
if err != nil {
return false, err
}
if len(instances) == 0 {
return false, nil
}
if len(instances) > 1 {
return false, fmt.Errorf("multiple instances found for instance: %s", instanceID)
}
state := instances[0].State.Name
if *state == ec2.InstanceStateNameTerminated {
klog.Warningf("the instance %s is terminated", instanceID)
return false, nil
}
return true, nil
}
// InstanceShutdownByProviderID returns true if the instance is in safe state to detach volumes
func (c *Cloud) InstanceShutdownByProviderID(ctx context.Context, providerID string) (bool, error) {
instanceID, err := kubernetesInstanceID(providerID).mapToAWSInstanceID()
if err != nil {
return false, err
}
request := &ec2.DescribeInstancesInput{
InstanceIds: []*string{instanceID.awsString()},
}
instances, err := c.ec2.DescribeInstances(request)
if err != nil {
return false, err
}
if len(instances) == 0 {
klog.Warningf("the instance %s does not exist anymore", providerID)
// returns false, because otherwise node is not deleted from cluster
// false means that it will continue to check InstanceExistsByProviderID
return false, nil
}
if len(instances) > 1 {
return false, fmt.Errorf("multiple instances found for instance: %s", instanceID)
}
instance := instances[0]
if instance.State != nil {
state := aws.StringValue(instance.State.Name)
// valid state for detaching volumes
if state == ec2.InstanceStateNameStopped {
return true, nil
}
}
return false, nil
}
// InstanceID returns the cloud provider ID of the node with the specified nodeName.
func (c *Cloud) InstanceID(ctx context.Context, nodeName types.NodeName) (string, error) {
// In the future it is possible to also return an endpoint as:
// <endpoint>/<zone>/<instanceid>
if c.selfAWSInstance.nodeName == nodeName {
return "/" + c.selfAWSInstance.availabilityZone + "/" + c.selfAWSInstance.awsID, nil
}
inst, err := c.getInstanceByNodeName(nodeName)
if err != nil {
if err == cloudprovider.InstanceNotFound {
// The Instances interface requires that we return InstanceNotFound (without wrapping)
return "", err
}
return "", fmt.Errorf("getInstanceByNodeName failed for %q with %q", nodeName, err)
}
return "/" + aws.StringValue(inst.Placement.AvailabilityZone) + "/" + aws.StringValue(inst.InstanceId), nil
}
// InstanceTypeByProviderID returns the cloudprovider instance type of the node with the specified unique providerID
// This method will not be called from the node that is requesting this ID. i.e. metadata service
// and other local methods cannot be used here
func (c *Cloud) InstanceTypeByProviderID(ctx context.Context, providerID string) (string, error) {
instanceID, err := kubernetesInstanceID(providerID).mapToAWSInstanceID()
if err != nil {
return "", err
}
instance, err := describeInstance(c.ec2, instanceID)
if err != nil {
return "", err
}
return aws.StringValue(instance.InstanceType), nil
}
// InstanceType returns the type of the node with the specified nodeName.
func (c *Cloud) InstanceType(ctx context.Context, nodeName types.NodeName) (string, error) {
if c.selfAWSInstance.nodeName == nodeName {
return c.selfAWSInstance.instanceType, nil
}
inst, err := c.getInstanceByNodeName(nodeName)
if err != nil {
return "", fmt.Errorf("getInstanceByNodeName failed for %q with %q", nodeName, err)
}
return aws.StringValue(inst.InstanceType), nil
}
// GetCandidateZonesForDynamicVolume retrieves a list of all the zones in which nodes are running
// It currently involves querying all instances
func (c *Cloud) GetCandidateZonesForDynamicVolume() (sets.String, error) {
// We don't currently cache this; it is currently used only in volume
// creation which is expected to be a comparatively rare occurrence.
// TODO: Caching / expose v1.Nodes to the cloud provider?
// TODO: We could also query for subnets, I think
filters := []*ec2.Filter{newEc2Filter("instance-state-name", "running")}
instances, err := c.describeInstances(filters)
if err != nil {
return nil, err
}
if len(instances) == 0 {
return nil, fmt.Errorf("no instances returned")
}
zones := sets.NewString()
for _, instance := range instances {
// We skip over master nodes, if the installation tool labels them with one of the well-known master labels
// This avoids creating a volume in a zone where only the master is running - e.g. #34583
// This is a short-term workaround until the scheduler takes care of zone selection
master := false
for _, tag := range instance.Tags {
tagKey := aws.StringValue(tag.Key)
if awsTagNameMasterRoles.Has(tagKey) {
master = true
}
}
if master {
klog.V(4).Infof("Ignoring master instance %q in zone discovery", aws.StringValue(instance.InstanceId))
continue
}
if instance.Placement != nil {
zone := aws.StringValue(instance.Placement.AvailabilityZone)
zones.Insert(zone)
}
}
klog.V(2).Infof("Found instances in zones %s", zones)
return zones, nil
}
// GetZone implements Zones.GetZone
func (c *Cloud) GetZone(ctx context.Context) (cloudprovider.Zone, error) {
return cloudprovider.Zone{
FailureDomain: c.selfAWSInstance.availabilityZone,
Region: c.region,
}, nil
}
// GetZoneByProviderID implements Zones.GetZoneByProviderID
// This is particularly useful in external cloud providers where the kubelet
// does not initialize node data.
func (c *Cloud) GetZoneByProviderID(ctx context.Context, providerID string) (cloudprovider.Zone, error) {
instanceID, err := kubernetesInstanceID(providerID).mapToAWSInstanceID()
if err != nil {
return cloudprovider.Zone{}, err
}
instance, err := c.getInstanceByID(string(instanceID))
if err != nil {
return cloudprovider.Zone{}, err
}
zone := cloudprovider.Zone{
FailureDomain: *(instance.Placement.AvailabilityZone),
Region: c.region,
}
return zone, nil
}
// GetZoneByNodeName implements Zones.GetZoneByNodeName
// This is particularly useful in external cloud providers where the kubelet
// does not initialize node data.
func (c *Cloud) GetZoneByNodeName(ctx context.Context, nodeName types.NodeName) (cloudprovider.Zone, error) {
instance, err := c.getInstanceByNodeName(nodeName)
if err != nil {
return cloudprovider.Zone{}, err
}
zone := cloudprovider.Zone{
FailureDomain: *(instance.Placement.AvailabilityZone),
Region: c.region,
}
return zone, nil
}
// Used to represent a mount device for attaching an EBS volume
// This should be stored as a single letter (i.e. c, not sdc or /dev/sdc)
type mountDevice string
type awsInstance struct {
ec2 EC2
// id in AWS
awsID string
// node name in k8s
nodeName types.NodeName
// availability zone the instance resides in
availabilityZone string
// ID of VPC the instance resides in
vpcID string
// ID of subnet the instance resides in
subnetID string
// instance type
instanceType string
}
// newAWSInstance creates a new awsInstance object
func newAWSInstance(ec2Service EC2, instance *ec2.Instance) *awsInstance {
az := ""
if instance.Placement != nil {
az = aws.StringValue(instance.Placement.AvailabilityZone)
}
self := &awsInstance{
ec2: ec2Service,
awsID: aws.StringValue(instance.InstanceId),
nodeName: mapInstanceToNodeName(instance),
availabilityZone: az,
instanceType: aws.StringValue(instance.InstanceType),
vpcID: aws.StringValue(instance.VpcId),
subnetID: aws.StringValue(instance.SubnetId),
}
return self
}
// Gets the full information about this instance from the EC2 API
func (i *awsInstance) describeInstance() (*ec2.Instance, error) {
return describeInstance(i.ec2, awsInstanceID(i.awsID))
}
// Gets the mountDevice already assigned to the volume, or assigns an unused mountDevice.
// If the volume is already assigned, this will return the existing mountDevice with alreadyAttached=true.
// Otherwise the mountDevice is assigned by finding the first available mountDevice, and it is returned with alreadyAttached=false.
func (c *Cloud) getMountDevice(
i *awsInstance,
info *ec2.Instance,
volumeID EBSVolumeID,
assign bool) (assigned mountDevice, alreadyAttached bool, err error) {
deviceMappings := map[mountDevice]EBSVolumeID{}
for _, blockDevice := range info.BlockDeviceMappings {
name := aws.StringValue(blockDevice.DeviceName)
if strings.HasPrefix(name, "/dev/sd") {
name = name[7:]
}
if strings.HasPrefix(name, "/dev/xvd") {
name = name[8:]
}
if len(name) < 1 || len(name) > 2 {
klog.Warningf("Unexpected EBS DeviceName: %q", aws.StringValue(blockDevice.DeviceName))
}
deviceMappings[mountDevice(name)] = EBSVolumeID(aws.StringValue(blockDevice.Ebs.VolumeId))
}
// We lock to prevent concurrent mounts from conflicting
// We may still conflict if someone calls the API concurrently,
// but the AWS API will then fail one of the two attach operations
c.attachingMutex.Lock()
defer c.attachingMutex.Unlock()
for mountDevice, volume := range c.attaching[i.nodeName] {
deviceMappings[mountDevice] = volume
}
// Check to see if this volume is already assigned a device on this machine
for mountDevice, mappingVolumeID := range deviceMappings {
if volumeID == mappingVolumeID {
if assign {
klog.Warningf("Got assignment call for already-assigned volume: %s@%s", mountDevice, mappingVolumeID)
}
return mountDevice, true, nil
}
}
if !assign {
return mountDevice(""), false, nil
}
// Find the next unused device name
deviceAllocator := c.deviceAllocators[i.nodeName]
if deviceAllocator == nil {
// we want device names with two significant characters, starting with /dev/xvdbb
// the allowed range is /dev/xvd[b-c][a-z]
// http://docs.aws.amazon.com/AWSEC2/latest/UserGuide/device_naming.html
deviceAllocator = NewDeviceAllocator()
c.deviceAllocators[i.nodeName] = deviceAllocator
}
// We need to lock deviceAllocator to prevent possible race with Deprioritize function
deviceAllocator.Lock()
defer deviceAllocator.Unlock()
chosen, err := deviceAllocator.GetNext(deviceMappings)
if err != nil {
klog.Warningf("Could not assign a mount device. mappings=%v, error: %v", deviceMappings, err)
return "", false, fmt.Errorf("too many EBS volumes attached to node %s", i.nodeName)
}
attaching := c.attaching[i.nodeName]
if attaching == nil {
attaching = make(map[mountDevice]EBSVolumeID)
c.attaching[i.nodeName] = attaching
}
attaching[chosen] = volumeID
klog.V(2).Infof("Assigned mount device %s -> volume %s", chosen, volumeID)
return chosen, false, nil
}
// endAttaching removes the entry from the "attachments in progress" map
// It returns true if it was found (and removed), false otherwise
func (c *Cloud) endAttaching(i *awsInstance, volumeID EBSVolumeID, mountDevice mountDevice) bool {
c.attachingMutex.Lock()
defer c.attachingMutex.Unlock()
existingVolumeID, found := c.attaching[i.nodeName][mountDevice]
if !found {
return false
}
if volumeID != existingVolumeID {
// This actually can happen, because getMountDevice combines the attaching map with the volumes
// attached to the instance (as reported by the EC2 API). So if endAttaching comes after
// a 10 second poll delay, we might well have had a concurrent request to allocate a mountpoint,
// which because we allocate sequentially is _very_ likely to get the immediately freed volume
klog.Infof("endAttaching on device %q assigned to different volume: %q vs %q", mountDevice, volumeID, existingVolumeID)
return false
}
klog.V(2).Infof("Releasing in-process attachment entry: %s -> volume %s", mountDevice, volumeID)
delete(c.attaching[i.nodeName], mountDevice)
return true
}
type awsDisk struct {
ec2 EC2
// Name in k8s
name KubernetesVolumeID
// id in AWS
awsID EBSVolumeID
}
func newAWSDisk(aws *Cloud, name KubernetesVolumeID) (*awsDisk, error) {
awsID, err := name.MapToAWSVolumeID()
if err != nil {
return nil, err
}
disk := &awsDisk{ec2: aws.ec2, name: name, awsID: awsID}
return disk, nil
}
// Helper function for describeVolume callers. Tries to retype given error to AWS error
// and returns true in case the AWS error is "InvalidVolume.NotFound", false otherwise
func isAWSErrorVolumeNotFound(err error) bool {
if err != nil {
if awsError, ok := err.(awserr.Error); ok {
// https://docs.aws.amazon.com/AWSEC2/latest/APIReference/errors-overview.html
if awsError.Code() == "InvalidVolume.NotFound" {
return true
}
}
}
return false
}
// Gets the full information about this volume from the EC2 API
func (d *awsDisk) describeVolume() (*ec2.Volume, error) {
volumeID := d.awsID
request := &ec2.DescribeVolumesInput{
VolumeIds: []*string{volumeID.awsString()},
}
volumes, err := d.ec2.DescribeVolumes(request)
if err != nil {
return nil, err
}
if len(volumes) == 0 {
return nil, fmt.Errorf("no volumes found")
}
if len(volumes) > 1 {
return nil, fmt.Errorf("multiple volumes found")
}
return volumes[0], nil
}
func (d *awsDisk) describeVolumeModification() (*ec2.VolumeModification, error) {
volumeID := d.awsID
request := &ec2.DescribeVolumesModificationsInput{
VolumeIds: []*string{volumeID.awsString()},
}
volumeMods, err := d.ec2.DescribeVolumeModifications(request)
if err != nil {
return nil, fmt.Errorf("error describing volume modification %s with %v", volumeID, err)
}
if len(volumeMods) == 0 {
return nil, fmt.Errorf("no volume modifications found for %s", volumeID)
}
lastIndex := len(volumeMods) - 1
return volumeMods[lastIndex], nil
}
func (d *awsDisk) modifyVolume(requestGiB int64) (int64, error) {
volumeID := d.awsID
request := &ec2.ModifyVolumeInput{
VolumeId: volumeID.awsString(),
Size: aws.Int64(requestGiB),
}
output, err := d.ec2.ModifyVolume(request)
if err != nil {
modifyError := fmt.Errorf("AWS modifyVolume failed for %s with %v", volumeID, err)
return requestGiB, modifyError
}
volumeModification := output.VolumeModification
if aws.StringValue(volumeModification.ModificationState) == ec2.VolumeModificationStateCompleted {
return aws.Int64Value(volumeModification.TargetSize), nil
}
backoff := wait.Backoff{
Duration: 1 * time.Second,
Factor: 2,
Steps: 10,
}
checkForResize := func() (bool, error) {
volumeModification, err := d.describeVolumeModification()
if err != nil {
return false, err
}
// According to https://docs.aws.amazon.com/AWSEC2/latest/UserGuide/monitoring_mods.html
// Size changes usually take a few seconds to complete and take effect after a volume is in the Optimizing state.
if aws.StringValue(volumeModification.ModificationState) == ec2.VolumeModificationStateOptimizing {
return true, nil
}
return false, nil
}
waitWithErr := wait.ExponentialBackoff(backoff, checkForResize)
return requestGiB, waitWithErr
}
// applyUnSchedulableTaint applies a unschedulable taint to a node after verifying
// if node has become unusable because of volumes getting stuck in attaching state.
func (c *Cloud) applyUnSchedulableTaint(nodeName types.NodeName, reason string) {
node, fetchErr := c.kubeClient.CoreV1().Nodes().Get(string(nodeName), metav1.GetOptions{})
if fetchErr != nil {
klog.Errorf("Error fetching node %s with %v", nodeName, fetchErr)
return
}
taint := &v1.Taint{
Key: nodeWithImpairedVolumes,
Value: "true",
Effect: v1.TaintEffectNoSchedule,
}
err := controller.AddOrUpdateTaintOnNode(c.kubeClient, string(nodeName), taint)
if err != nil {
klog.Errorf("Error applying taint to node %s with error %v", nodeName, err)
return
}
c.eventRecorder.Eventf(node, v1.EventTypeWarning, volumeAttachmentStuck, reason)
}
// waitForAttachmentStatus polls until the attachment status is the expected value
// On success, it returns the last attachment state.
func (d *awsDisk) waitForAttachmentStatus(status string) (*ec2.VolumeAttachment, error) {
backoff := wait.Backoff{
Duration: volumeAttachmentStatusInitialDelay,
Factor: volumeAttachmentStatusFactor,
Steps: volumeAttachmentStatusSteps,
}
// Because of rate limiting, we often see errors from describeVolume
// So we tolerate a limited number of failures.
// But once we see more than 10 errors in a row, we return the error
describeErrorCount := 0
var attachment *ec2.VolumeAttachment
err := wait.ExponentialBackoff(backoff, func() (bool, error) {
info, err := d.describeVolume()
if err != nil {
// The VolumeNotFound error is special -- we don't need to wait for it to repeat
if isAWSErrorVolumeNotFound(err) {
if status == "detached" {
// The disk doesn't exist, assume it's detached, log warning and stop waiting
klog.Warningf("Waiting for volume %q to be detached but the volume does not exist", d.awsID)
stateStr := "detached"
attachment = &ec2.VolumeAttachment{
State: &stateStr,
}
return true, nil
}
if status == "attached" {
// The disk doesn't exist, complain, give up waiting and report error
klog.Warningf("Waiting for volume %q to be attached but the volume does not exist", d.awsID)
return false, err
}
}
describeErrorCount++
if describeErrorCount > volumeAttachmentStatusConsecutiveErrorLimit {
// report the error
return false, err
}
klog.Warningf("Ignoring error from describe volume for volume %q; will retry: %q", d.awsID, err)
return false, nil
}
describeErrorCount = 0
if len(info.Attachments) > 1 {
// Shouldn't happen; log so we know if it is
klog.Warningf("Found multiple attachments for volume %q: %v", d.awsID, info)
}
attachmentStatus := ""
for _, a := range info.Attachments {
if attachmentStatus != "" {
// Shouldn't happen; log so we know if it is
klog.Warningf("Found multiple attachments for volume %q: %v", d.awsID, info)
}
if a.State != nil {
attachment = a
attachmentStatus = *a.State
} else {
// Shouldn't happen; log so we know if it is
klog.Warningf("Ignoring nil attachment state for volume %q: %v", d.awsID, a)
}
}
if attachmentStatus == "" {
attachmentStatus = "detached"
}
if attachmentStatus == status {
// Attachment is in requested state, finish waiting
return true, nil
}
// continue waiting
klog.V(2).Infof("Waiting for volume %q state: actual=%s, desired=%s", d.awsID, attachmentStatus, status)
return false, nil
})
return attachment, err
}
// Deletes the EBS disk
func (d *awsDisk) deleteVolume() (bool, error) {
request := &ec2.DeleteVolumeInput{VolumeId: d.awsID.awsString()}
_, err := d.ec2.DeleteVolume(request)
if err != nil {
if isAWSErrorVolumeNotFound(err) {
return false, nil
}
if awsError, ok := err.(awserr.Error); ok {
if awsError.Code() == "VolumeInUse" {
return false, volume.NewDeletedVolumeInUseError(err.Error())
}
}
return false, fmt.Errorf("error deleting EBS volume %q: %q", d.awsID, err)
}
return true, nil
}
// Builds the awsInstance for the EC2 instance on which we are running.
// This is called when the AWSCloud is initialized, and should not be called otherwise (because the awsInstance for the local instance is a singleton with drive mapping state)
func (c *Cloud) buildSelfAWSInstance() (*awsInstance, error) {
if c.selfAWSInstance != nil {
panic("do not call buildSelfAWSInstance directly")
}
instanceID, err := c.metadata.GetMetadata("instance-id")
if err != nil {
return nil, fmt.Errorf("error fetching instance-id from ec2 metadata service: %q", err)
}
// We want to fetch the hostname via the EC2 metadata service
// (`GetMetadata("local-hostname")`): But see #11543 - we need to use
// the EC2 API to get the privateDnsName in case of a private DNS zone
// e.g. mydomain.io, because the metadata service returns the wrong
// hostname. Once we're doing that, we might as well get all our
// information from the instance returned by the EC2 API - it is a
// single API call to get all the information, and it means we don't
// have two code paths.
instance, err := c.getInstanceByID(instanceID)
if err != nil {
return nil, fmt.Errorf("error finding instance %s: %q", instanceID, err)
}
return newAWSInstance(c.ec2, instance), nil
}
// wrapAttachError wraps the error returned by an AttachVolume request with
// additional information, if needed and possible.
func wrapAttachError(err error, disk *awsDisk, instance string) error {
if awsError, ok := err.(awserr.Error); ok {
if awsError.Code() == "VolumeInUse" {
info, err := disk.describeVolume()
if err != nil {
klog.Errorf("Error describing volume %q: %q", disk.awsID, err)
} else {
for _, a := range info.Attachments {
if disk.awsID != EBSVolumeID(aws.StringValue(a.VolumeId)) {
klog.Warningf("Expected to get attachment info of volume %q but instead got info of %q", disk.awsID, aws.StringValue(a.VolumeId))
} else if aws.StringValue(a.State) == "attached" {
return fmt.Errorf("Error attaching EBS volume %q to instance %q: %q. The volume is currently attached to instance %q", disk.awsID, instance, awsError, aws.StringValue(a.InstanceId))
}
}
}
}
}
return fmt.Errorf("Error attaching EBS volume %q to instance %q: %q", disk.awsID, instance, err)
}
// AttachDisk implements Volumes.AttachDisk
func (c *Cloud) AttachDisk(diskName KubernetesVolumeID, nodeName types.NodeName) (string, error) {
disk, err := newAWSDisk(c, diskName)
if err != nil {
return "", err
}
awsInstance, info, err := c.getFullInstance(nodeName)
if err != nil {
return "", fmt.Errorf("error finding instance %s: %q", nodeName, err)
}
// mountDevice will hold the device where we should try to attach the disk
var mountDevice mountDevice
// alreadyAttached is true if we have already called AttachVolume on this disk
var alreadyAttached bool
// attachEnded is set to true if the attach operation completed
// (successfully or not), and is thus no longer in progress
attachEnded := false
defer func() {
if attachEnded {
if !c.endAttaching(awsInstance, disk.awsID, mountDevice) {
klog.Errorf("endAttaching called for disk %q when attach not in progress", disk.awsID)
}
}
}()
mountDevice, alreadyAttached, err = c.getMountDevice(awsInstance, info, disk.awsID, true)
if err != nil {
return "", err
}
// Inside the instance, the mountpoint always looks like /dev/xvdX (?)
hostDevice := "/dev/xvd" + string(mountDevice)
// We are using xvd names (so we are HVM only)
// See http://docs.aws.amazon.com/AWSEC2/latest/UserGuide/device_naming.html
ec2Device := "/dev/xvd" + string(mountDevice)
if !alreadyAttached {
available, err := c.checkIfAvailable(disk, "attaching", awsInstance.awsID)
if err != nil {
klog.Error(err)
}
if !available {
attachEnded = true
return "", err
}
request := &ec2.AttachVolumeInput{
Device: aws.String(ec2Device),
InstanceId: aws.String(awsInstance.awsID),
VolumeId: disk.awsID.awsString(),
}
attachResponse, err := c.ec2.AttachVolume(request)
if err != nil {
attachEnded = true
// TODO: Check if the volume was concurrently attached?
return "", wrapAttachError(err, disk, awsInstance.awsID)
}
if da, ok := c.deviceAllocators[awsInstance.nodeName]; ok {
da.Deprioritize(mountDevice)
}
klog.V(2).Infof("AttachVolume volume=%q instance=%q request returned %v", disk.awsID, awsInstance.awsID, attachResponse)
}
attachment, err := disk.waitForAttachmentStatus("attached")
if err != nil {
if err == wait.ErrWaitTimeout {
c.applyUnSchedulableTaint(nodeName, "Volume stuck in attaching state - node needs reboot to fix impaired state.")
}
return "", err
}
// The attach operation has finished
attachEnded = true
// Double check the attachment to be 100% sure we attached the correct volume at the correct mountpoint
// It could happen otherwise that we see the volume attached from a previous/separate AttachVolume call,
// which could theoretically be against a different device (or even instance).
if attachment == nil {
// Impossible?
return "", fmt.Errorf("unexpected state: attachment nil after attached %q to %q", diskName, nodeName)
}
if ec2Device != aws.StringValue(attachment.Device) {
return "", fmt.Errorf("disk attachment of %q to %q failed: requested device %q but found %q", diskName, nodeName, ec2Device, aws.StringValue(attachment.Device))
}
if awsInstance.awsID != aws.StringValue(attachment.InstanceId) {
return "", fmt.Errorf("disk attachment of %q to %q failed: requested instance %q but found %q", diskName, nodeName, awsInstance.awsID, aws.StringValue(attachment.InstanceId))
}
return hostDevice, nil
}
// DetachDisk implements Volumes.DetachDisk
func (c *Cloud) DetachDisk(diskName KubernetesVolumeID, nodeName types.NodeName) (string, error) {
diskInfo, attached, err := c.checkIfAttachedToNode(diskName, nodeName)
if err != nil {
if isAWSErrorVolumeNotFound(err) {
// Someone deleted the volume being detached; complain, but do nothing else and return success
klog.Warningf("DetachDisk %s called for node %s but volume does not exist; assuming the volume is detached", diskName, nodeName)
return "", nil
}
return "", err
}
if !attached && diskInfo.ec2Instance != nil {
klog.Warningf("DetachDisk %s called for node %s but volume is attached to node %s", diskName, nodeName, diskInfo.nodeName)
return "", nil
}
if !attached {
return "", nil
}
awsInstance := newAWSInstance(c.ec2, diskInfo.ec2Instance)
mountDevice, alreadyAttached, err := c.getMountDevice(awsInstance, diskInfo.ec2Instance, diskInfo.disk.awsID, false)
if err != nil {
return "", err
}
if !alreadyAttached {
klog.Warningf("DetachDisk called on non-attached disk: %s", diskName)
// TODO: Continue? Tolerate non-attached error from the AWS DetachVolume call?
}
request := ec2.DetachVolumeInput{
InstanceId: &awsInstance.awsID,
VolumeId: diskInfo.disk.awsID.awsString(),
}
response, err := c.ec2.DetachVolume(&request)
if err != nil {
return "", fmt.Errorf("error detaching EBS volume %q from %q: %q", diskInfo.disk.awsID, awsInstance.awsID, err)
}
if response == nil {
return "", errors.New("no response from DetachVolume")
}
attachment, err := diskInfo.disk.waitForAttachmentStatus("detached")
if err != nil {
return "", err
}
if da, ok := c.deviceAllocators[awsInstance.nodeName]; ok {
da.Deprioritize(mountDevice)
}
if attachment != nil {
// We expect it to be nil, it is (maybe) interesting if it is not
klog.V(2).Infof("waitForAttachmentStatus returned non-nil attachment with state=detached: %v", attachment)
}
if mountDevice != "" {
c.endAttaching(awsInstance, diskInfo.disk.awsID, mountDevice)
// We don't check the return value - we don't really expect the attachment to have been
// in progress, though it might have been
}
hostDevicePath := "/dev/xvd" + string(mountDevice)
return hostDevicePath, err
}
// CreateDisk implements Volumes.CreateDisk
func (c *Cloud) CreateDisk(volumeOptions *VolumeOptions) (KubernetesVolumeID, error) {
var createType string
var iops int64
switch volumeOptions.VolumeType {
case VolumeTypeGP2, VolumeTypeSC1, VolumeTypeST1:
createType = volumeOptions.VolumeType
case VolumeTypeIO1:
// See http://docs.aws.amazon.com/AWSEC2/latest/APIReference/API_CreateVolume.html
// for IOPS constraints. AWS will throw an error if IOPS per GB gets out
// of supported bounds, no need to check it here.
createType = volumeOptions.VolumeType
iops = int64(volumeOptions.CapacityGB * volumeOptions.IOPSPerGB)
// Cap at min/max total IOPS, AWS would throw an error if it gets too
// low/high.
if iops < MinTotalIOPS {
iops = MinTotalIOPS
}
if iops > MaxTotalIOPS {
iops = MaxTotalIOPS
}
case "":
createType = DefaultVolumeType
default:
return "", fmt.Errorf("invalid AWS VolumeType %q", volumeOptions.VolumeType)
}
request := &ec2.CreateVolumeInput{}
request.AvailabilityZone = aws.String(volumeOptions.AvailabilityZone)
request.Size = aws.Int64(int64(volumeOptions.CapacityGB))
request.VolumeType = aws.String(createType)
request.Encrypted = aws.Bool(volumeOptions.Encrypted)
if len(volumeOptions.KmsKeyID) > 0 {
request.KmsKeyId = aws.String(volumeOptions.KmsKeyID)
request.Encrypted = aws.Bool(true)
}
if iops > 0 {
request.Iops = aws.Int64(iops)
}
tags := volumeOptions.Tags
tags = c.tagging.buildTags(ResourceLifecycleOwned, tags)
var tagList []*ec2.Tag
for k, v := range tags {
tagList = append(tagList, &ec2.Tag{
Key: aws.String(k), Value: aws.String(v),
})
}
request.TagSpecifications = append(request.TagSpecifications, &ec2.TagSpecification{
Tags: tagList,
ResourceType: aws.String(ec2.ResourceTypeVolume),
})
response, err := c.ec2.CreateVolume(request)
if err != nil {
return "", err
}
awsID := EBSVolumeID(aws.StringValue(response.VolumeId))
if awsID == "" {
return "", fmt.Errorf("VolumeID was not returned by CreateVolume")
}
volumeName := KubernetesVolumeID("aws://" + aws.StringValue(response.AvailabilityZone) + "/" + string(awsID))
// AWS has a bad habbit of reporting success when creating a volume with
// encryption keys that either don't exists or have wrong permissions.
// Such volume lives for couple of seconds and then it's silently deleted
// by AWS. There is no other check to ensure that given KMS key is correct,
// because Kubernetes may have limited permissions to the key.
if len(volumeOptions.KmsKeyID) > 0 {
err := c.waitUntilVolumeAvailable(volumeName)
if err != nil {
if isAWSErrorVolumeNotFound(err) {
err = fmt.Errorf("failed to create encrypted volume: the volume disappeared after creation, most likely due to inaccessible KMS encryption key")
}
return "", err
}
}
return volumeName, nil
}
func (c *Cloud) waitUntilVolumeAvailable(volumeName KubernetesVolumeID) error {
disk, err := newAWSDisk(c, volumeName)
if err != nil {
// Unreachable code
return err
}
err = wait.Poll(encryptedCheckInterval, encryptedCheckTimeout, func() (done bool, err error) {
vol, err := disk.describeVolume()
if err != nil {
return true, err
}
if vol.State != nil {
switch *vol.State {
case "available":
// The volume is Available, it won't be deleted now.
return true, nil
case "creating":
return false, nil
default:
return true, fmt.Errorf("unexpected State of newly created AWS EBS volume %s: %q", volumeName, *vol.State)
}
}
return false, nil
})
return err
}
// DeleteDisk implements Volumes.DeleteDisk
func (c *Cloud) DeleteDisk(volumeName KubernetesVolumeID) (bool, error) {
awsDisk, err := newAWSDisk(c, volumeName)
if err != nil {
return false, err
}
available, err := c.checkIfAvailable(awsDisk, "deleting", "")
if err != nil {
if isAWSErrorVolumeNotFound(err) {
klog.V(2).Infof("Volume %s not found when deleting it, assuming it's deleted", awsDisk.awsID)
return false, nil
}
klog.Error(err)
}
if !available {
return false, err
}
return awsDisk.deleteVolume()
}
func (c *Cloud) checkIfAvailable(disk *awsDisk, opName string, instance string) (bool, error) {
info, err := disk.describeVolume()
if err != nil {
klog.Errorf("Error describing volume %q: %q", disk.awsID, err)
// if for some reason we can not describe volume we will return error
return false, err
}
volumeState := aws.StringValue(info.State)
opError := fmt.Sprintf("Error %s EBS volume %q", opName, disk.awsID)
if len(instance) != 0 {
opError = fmt.Sprintf("%q to instance %q", opError, instance)
}
// Only available volumes can be attached or deleted
if volumeState != "available" {
// Volume is attached somewhere else and we can not attach it here
if len(info.Attachments) > 0 {
attachment := info.Attachments[0]
instanceID := aws.StringValue(attachment.InstanceId)
attachedInstance, ierr := c.getInstanceByID(instanceID)
attachErr := fmt.Sprintf("%s since volume is currently attached to %q", opError, instanceID)
if ierr != nil {
klog.Error(attachErr)
return false, errors.New(attachErr)
}
devicePath := aws.StringValue(attachment.Device)
nodeName := mapInstanceToNodeName(attachedInstance)
danglingErr := volumeutil.NewDanglingError(attachErr, nodeName, devicePath)
return false, danglingErr
}
attachErr := fmt.Errorf("%s since volume is in %q state", opError, volumeState)
return false, attachErr
}
return true, nil
}
// GetLabelsForVolume gets the volume labels for a volume
func (c *Cloud) GetLabelsForVolume(ctx context.Context, pv *v1.PersistentVolume) (map[string]string, error) {
// Ignore if not AWSElasticBlockStore.
if pv.Spec.AWSElasticBlockStore == nil {
return nil, nil
}
// Ignore any volumes that are being provisioned
if pv.Spec.AWSElasticBlockStore.VolumeID == volume.ProvisionedVolumeName {
return nil, nil
}
spec := KubernetesVolumeID(pv.Spec.AWSElasticBlockStore.VolumeID)
labels, err := c.GetVolumeLabels(spec)
if err != nil {
return nil, err
}
return labels, nil
}
// GetVolumeLabels implements Volumes.GetVolumeLabels
func (c *Cloud) GetVolumeLabels(volumeName KubernetesVolumeID) (map[string]string, error) {
awsDisk, err := newAWSDisk(c, volumeName)
if err != nil {
return nil, err
}
info, err := awsDisk.describeVolume()
if err != nil {
return nil, err
}
labels := make(map[string]string)
az := aws.StringValue(info.AvailabilityZone)
if az == "" {
return nil, fmt.Errorf("volume did not have AZ information: %q", aws.StringValue(info.VolumeId))
}
labels[kubeletapis.LabelZoneFailureDomain] = az
region, err := azToRegion(az)
if err != nil {
return nil, err
}
labels[kubeletapis.LabelZoneRegion] = region
return labels, nil
}
// GetDiskPath implements Volumes.GetDiskPath
func (c *Cloud) GetDiskPath(volumeName KubernetesVolumeID) (string, error) {
awsDisk, err := newAWSDisk(c, volumeName)
if err != nil {
return "", err
}
info, err := awsDisk.describeVolume()
if err != nil {
return "", err
}
if len(info.Attachments) == 0 {
return "", fmt.Errorf("No attachment to volume %s", volumeName)
}
return aws.StringValue(info.Attachments[0].Device), nil
}
// DiskIsAttached implements Volumes.DiskIsAttached
func (c *Cloud) DiskIsAttached(diskName KubernetesVolumeID, nodeName types.NodeName) (bool, error) {
_, attached, err := c.checkIfAttachedToNode(diskName, nodeName)
if err != nil {
if isAWSErrorVolumeNotFound(err) {
// The disk doesn't exist, can't be attached
klog.Warningf("DiskIsAttached called for volume %s on node %s but the volume does not exist", diskName, nodeName)
return false, nil
}
return true, err
}
return attached, nil
}
// DisksAreAttached returns a map of nodes and Kubernetes volume IDs indicating
// if the volumes are attached to the node
func (c *Cloud) DisksAreAttached(nodeDisks map[types.NodeName][]KubernetesVolumeID) (map[types.NodeName]map[KubernetesVolumeID]bool, error) {
attached := make(map[types.NodeName]map[KubernetesVolumeID]bool)
if len(nodeDisks) == 0 {
return attached, nil
}
nodeNames := []string{}
for nodeName, diskNames := range nodeDisks {
for _, diskName := range diskNames {
setNodeDisk(attached, diskName, nodeName, false)
}
nodeNames = append(nodeNames, mapNodeNameToPrivateDNSName(nodeName))
}
// Note that we get instances regardless of state.
// This means there might be multiple nodes with the same node names.
awsInstances, err := c.getInstancesByNodeNames(nodeNames)
if err != nil {
// When there is an error fetching instance information
// it is safer to return nil and let volume information not be touched.
return nil, err
}
if len(awsInstances) == 0 {
klog.V(2).Infof("DisksAreAttached found no instances matching node names; will assume disks not attached")
return attached, nil
}
// Note that we check that the volume is attached to the correct node, not that it is attached to _a_ node
for _, awsInstance := range awsInstances {
nodeName := mapInstanceToNodeName(awsInstance)
diskNames := nodeDisks[nodeName]
if len(diskNames) == 0 {
continue
}
awsInstanceState := "<nil>"
if awsInstance != nil && awsInstance.State != nil {
awsInstanceState = aws.StringValue(awsInstance.State.Name)
}
if awsInstanceState == "terminated" {
// Instance is terminated, safe to assume volumes not attached
// Note that we keep volumes attached to instances in other states (most notably, stopped)
continue
}
idToDiskName := make(map[EBSVolumeID]KubernetesVolumeID)
for _, diskName := range diskNames {
volumeID, err := diskName.MapToAWSVolumeID()
if err != nil {
return nil, fmt.Errorf("error mapping volume spec %q to aws id: %v", diskName, err)
}
idToDiskName[volumeID] = diskName
}
for _, blockDevice := range awsInstance.BlockDeviceMappings {
volumeID := EBSVolumeID(aws.StringValue(blockDevice.Ebs.VolumeId))
diskName, found := idToDiskName[volumeID]
if found {
// Disk is still attached to node
setNodeDisk(attached, diskName, nodeName, true)
}
}
}
return attached, nil
}
// ResizeDisk resizes an EBS volume in GiB increments, it will round up to the
// next GiB if arguments are not provided in even GiB increments
func (c *Cloud) ResizeDisk(
diskName KubernetesVolumeID,
oldSize resource.Quantity,
newSize resource.Quantity) (resource.Quantity, error) {
awsDisk, err := newAWSDisk(c, diskName)
if err != nil {
return oldSize, err
}
volumeInfo, err := awsDisk.describeVolume()
if err != nil {
descErr := fmt.Errorf("AWS.ResizeDisk Error describing volume %s with %v", diskName, err)
return oldSize, descErr
}
// AWS resizes in chunks of GiB (not GB)
requestGiB := volumeutil.RoundUpToGiB(newSize)
newSizeQuant := resource.MustParse(fmt.Sprintf("%dGi", requestGiB))
// If disk already if of greater or equal size than requested we return
if aws.Int64Value(volumeInfo.Size) >= requestGiB {
return newSizeQuant, nil
}
_, err = awsDisk.modifyVolume(requestGiB)
if err != nil {
return oldSize, err
}
return newSizeQuant, nil
}
// Gets the current load balancer state
func (c *Cloud) describeLoadBalancer(name string) (*elb.LoadBalancerDescription, error) {
request := &elb.DescribeLoadBalancersInput{}
request.LoadBalancerNames = []*string{&name}
response, err := c.elb.DescribeLoadBalancers(request)
if err != nil {
if awsError, ok := err.(awserr.Error); ok {
if awsError.Code() == "LoadBalancerNotFound" {
return nil, nil
}
}
return nil, err
}
var ret *elb.LoadBalancerDescription
for _, loadBalancer := range response.LoadBalancerDescriptions {
if ret != nil {
klog.Errorf("Found multiple load balancers with name: %s", name)
}
ret = loadBalancer
}
return ret, nil
}
func (c *Cloud) addLoadBalancerTags(loadBalancerName string, requested map[string]string) error {
var tags []*elb.Tag
for k, v := range requested {
tag := &elb.Tag{
Key: aws.String(k),
Value: aws.String(v),
}
tags = append(tags, tag)
}
request := &elb.AddTagsInput{}
request.LoadBalancerNames = []*string{&loadBalancerName}
request.Tags = tags
_, err := c.elb.AddTags(request)
if err != nil {
return fmt.Errorf("error adding tags to load balancer: %v", err)
}
return nil
}
// Gets the current load balancer state
func (c *Cloud) describeLoadBalancerv2(name string) (*elbv2.LoadBalancer, error) {
request := &elbv2.DescribeLoadBalancersInput{
Names: []*string{aws.String(name)},
}
response, err := c.elbv2.DescribeLoadBalancers(request)
if err != nil {
if awsError, ok := err.(awserr.Error); ok {
if awsError.Code() == elbv2.ErrCodeLoadBalancerNotFoundException {
return nil, nil
}
}
return nil, fmt.Errorf("Error describing load balancer: %q", err)
}
// AWS will not return 2 load balancers with the same name _and_ type.
for i := range response.LoadBalancers {
if aws.StringValue(response.LoadBalancers[i].Type) == elbv2.LoadBalancerTypeEnumNetwork {
return response.LoadBalancers[i], nil
}
}
return nil, fmt.Errorf("NLB '%s' could not be found", name)
}
// Retrieves instance's vpc id from metadata
func (c *Cloud) findVPCID() (string, error) {
macs, err := c.metadata.GetMetadata("network/interfaces/macs/")
if err != nil {
return "", fmt.Errorf("Could not list interfaces of the instance: %q", err)
}
// loop over interfaces, first vpc id returned wins
for _, macPath := range strings.Split(macs, "\n") {
if len(macPath) == 0 {
continue
}
url := fmt.Sprintf("network/interfaces/macs/%svpc-id", macPath)
vpcID, err := c.metadata.GetMetadata(url)
if err != nil {
continue
}
return vpcID, nil
}
return "", fmt.Errorf("Could not find VPC ID in instance metadata")
}
// Retrieves the specified security group from the AWS API, or returns nil if not found
func (c *Cloud) findSecurityGroup(securityGroupID string) (*ec2.SecurityGroup, error) {
describeSecurityGroupsRequest := &ec2.DescribeSecurityGroupsInput{
GroupIds: []*string{&securityGroupID},
}
// We don't apply our tag filters because we are retrieving by ID
groups, err := c.ec2.DescribeSecurityGroups(describeSecurityGroupsRequest)
if err != nil {
klog.Warningf("Error retrieving security group: %q", err)
return nil, err
}
if len(groups) == 0 {
return nil, nil
}
if len(groups) != 1 {
// This should not be possible - ids should be unique
return nil, fmt.Errorf("multiple security groups found with same id %q", securityGroupID)
}
group := groups[0]
return group, nil
}
func isEqualIntPointer(l, r *int64) bool {
if l == nil {
return r == nil
}
if r == nil {
return l == nil
}
return *l == *r
}
func isEqualStringPointer(l, r *string) bool {
if l == nil {
return r == nil
}
if r == nil {
return l == nil
}
return *l == *r
}
func ipPermissionExists(newPermission, existing *ec2.IpPermission, compareGroupUserIDs bool) bool {
if !isEqualIntPointer(newPermission.FromPort, existing.FromPort) {
return false
}
if !isEqualIntPointer(newPermission.ToPort, existing.ToPort) {
return false
}
if !isEqualStringPointer(newPermission.IpProtocol, existing.IpProtocol) {
return false
}
// Check only if newPermission is a subset of existing. Usually it has zero or one elements.
// Not doing actual CIDR math yet; not clear it's needed, either.
klog.V(4).Infof("Comparing %v to %v", newPermission, existing)
if len(newPermission.IpRanges) > len(existing.IpRanges) {
return false
}
for j := range newPermission.IpRanges {
found := false
for k := range existing.IpRanges {
if isEqualStringPointer(newPermission.IpRanges[j].CidrIp, existing.IpRanges[k].CidrIp) {
found = true
break
}
}
if !found {
return false
}
}
for _, leftPair := range newPermission.UserIdGroupPairs {
found := false
for _, rightPair := range existing.UserIdGroupPairs {
if isEqualUserGroupPair(leftPair, rightPair, compareGroupUserIDs) {
found = true
break
}
}
if !found {
return false
}
}
return true
}
func isEqualUserGroupPair(l, r *ec2.UserIdGroupPair, compareGroupUserIDs bool) bool {
klog.V(2).Infof("Comparing %v to %v", *l.GroupId, *r.GroupId)
if isEqualStringPointer(l.GroupId, r.GroupId) {
if compareGroupUserIDs {
if isEqualStringPointer(l.UserId, r.UserId) {
return true
}
} else {
return true
}
}
return false
}
// Makes sure the security group ingress is exactly the specified permissions
// Returns true if and only if changes were made
// The security group must already exist
func (c *Cloud) setSecurityGroupIngress(securityGroupID string, permissions IPPermissionSet) (bool, error) {
// We do not want to make changes to the Global defined SG
if securityGroupID == c.cfg.Global.ElbSecurityGroup {
return false, nil
}
group, err := c.findSecurityGroup(securityGroupID)
if err != nil {
klog.Warningf("Error retrieving security group %q", err)
return false, err
}
if group == nil {
return false, fmt.Errorf("security group not found: %s", securityGroupID)
}
klog.V(2).Infof("Existing security group ingress: %s %v", securityGroupID, group.IpPermissions)
actual := NewIPPermissionSet(group.IpPermissions...)
// EC2 groups rules together, for example combining:
//
// { Port=80, Range=[A] } and { Port=80, Range=[B] }
//
// into { Port=80, Range=[A,B] }
//
// We have to ungroup them, because otherwise the logic becomes really
// complicated, and also because if we have Range=[A,B] and we try to
// add Range=[A] then EC2 complains about a duplicate rule.
permissions = permissions.Ungroup()
actual = actual.Ungroup()
remove := actual.Difference(permissions)
add := permissions.Difference(actual)
if add.Len() == 0 && remove.Len() == 0 {
return false, nil
}
// TODO: There is a limit in VPC of 100 rules per security group, so we
// probably should try grouping or combining to fit under this limit.
// But this is only used on the ELB security group currently, so it
// would require (ports * CIDRS) > 100. Also, it isn't obvious exactly
// how removing single permissions from compound rules works, and we
// don't want to accidentally open more than intended while we're
// applying changes.
if add.Len() != 0 {
klog.V(2).Infof("Adding security group ingress: %s %v", securityGroupID, add.List())
request := &ec2.AuthorizeSecurityGroupIngressInput{}
request.GroupId = &securityGroupID
request.IpPermissions = add.List()
_, err = c.ec2.AuthorizeSecurityGroupIngress(request)
if err != nil {
return false, fmt.Errorf("error authorizing security group ingress: %q", err)
}
}
if remove.Len() != 0 {
klog.V(2).Infof("Remove security group ingress: %s %v", securityGroupID, remove.List())
request := &ec2.RevokeSecurityGroupIngressInput{}
request.GroupId = &securityGroupID
request.IpPermissions = remove.List()
_, err = c.ec2.RevokeSecurityGroupIngress(request)
if err != nil {
return false, fmt.Errorf("error revoking security group ingress: %q", err)
}
}
return true, nil
}
// Makes sure the security group includes the specified permissions
// Returns true if and only if changes were made
// The security group must already exist
func (c *Cloud) addSecurityGroupIngress(securityGroupID string, addPermissions []*ec2.IpPermission) (bool, error) {
// We do not want to make changes to the Global defined SG
if securityGroupID == c.cfg.Global.ElbSecurityGroup {
return false, nil
}
group, err := c.findSecurityGroup(securityGroupID)
if err != nil {
klog.Warningf("Error retrieving security group: %q", err)
return false, err
}
if group == nil {
return false, fmt.Errorf("security group not found: %s", securityGroupID)
}
klog.V(2).Infof("Existing security group ingress: %s %v", securityGroupID, group.IpPermissions)
changes := []*ec2.IpPermission{}
for _, addPermission := range addPermissions {
hasUserID := false
for i := range addPermission.UserIdGroupPairs {
if addPermission.UserIdGroupPairs[i].UserId != nil {
hasUserID = true
}
}
found := false
for _, groupPermission := range group.IpPermissions {
if ipPermissionExists(addPermission, groupPermission, hasUserID) {
found = true
break
}
}
if !found {
changes = append(changes, addPermission)
}
}
if len(changes) == 0 {
return false, nil
}
klog.V(2).Infof("Adding security group ingress: %s %v", securityGroupID, changes)
request := &ec2.AuthorizeSecurityGroupIngressInput{}
request.GroupId = &securityGroupID
request.IpPermissions = changes
_, err = c.ec2.AuthorizeSecurityGroupIngress(request)
if err != nil {
klog.Warningf("Error authorizing security group ingress %q", err)
return false, fmt.Errorf("error authorizing security group ingress: %q", err)
}
return true, nil
}
// Makes sure the security group no longer includes the specified permissions
// Returns true if and only if changes were made
// If the security group no longer exists, will return (false, nil)
func (c *Cloud) removeSecurityGroupIngress(securityGroupID string, removePermissions []*ec2.IpPermission) (bool, error) {
// We do not want to make changes to the Global defined SG
if securityGroupID == c.cfg.Global.ElbSecurityGroup {
return false, nil
}
group, err := c.findSecurityGroup(securityGroupID)
if err != nil {
klog.Warningf("Error retrieving security group: %q", err)
return false, err
}
if group == nil {
klog.Warning("Security group not found: ", securityGroupID)
return false, nil
}
changes := []*ec2.IpPermission{}
for _, removePermission := range removePermissions {
hasUserID := false
for i := range removePermission.UserIdGroupPairs {
if removePermission.UserIdGroupPairs[i].UserId != nil {
hasUserID = true
}
}
var found *ec2.IpPermission
for _, groupPermission := range group.IpPermissions {
if ipPermissionExists(removePermission, groupPermission, hasUserID) {
found = removePermission
break
}
}
if found != nil {
changes = append(changes, found)
}
}
if len(changes) == 0 {
return false, nil
}
klog.V(2).Infof("Removing security group ingress: %s %v", securityGroupID, changes)
request := &ec2.RevokeSecurityGroupIngressInput{}
request.GroupId = &securityGroupID
request.IpPermissions = changes
_, err = c.ec2.RevokeSecurityGroupIngress(request)
if err != nil {
klog.Warningf("Error revoking security group ingress: %q", err)
return false, err
}
return true, nil
}
// Makes sure the security group exists.
// For multi-cluster isolation, name must be globally unique, for example derived from the service UUID.
// Additional tags can be specified
// Returns the security group id or error
func (c *Cloud) ensureSecurityGroup(name string, description string, additionalTags map[string]string) (string, error) {
groupID := ""
attempt := 0
for {
attempt++
request := &ec2.DescribeSecurityGroupsInput{}
filters := []*ec2.Filter{
newEc2Filter("group-name", name),
newEc2Filter("vpc-id", c.vpcID),
}
// Note that we do _not_ add our tag filters; group-name + vpc-id is the EC2 primary key.
// However, we do check that it matches our tags.
// If it doesn't have any tags, we tag it; this is how we recover if we failed to tag before.
// If it has a different cluster's tags, that is an error.
// This shouldn't happen because name is expected to be globally unique (UUID derived)
request.Filters = filters
securityGroups, err := c.ec2.DescribeSecurityGroups(request)
if err != nil {
return "", err
}
if len(securityGroups) >= 1 {
if len(securityGroups) > 1 {
klog.Warningf("Found multiple security groups with name: %q", name)
}
err := c.tagging.readRepairClusterTags(
c.ec2, aws.StringValue(securityGroups[0].GroupId),
ResourceLifecycleOwned, nil, securityGroups[0].Tags)
if err != nil {
return "", err
}
return aws.StringValue(securityGroups[0].GroupId), nil
}
createRequest := &ec2.CreateSecurityGroupInput{}
createRequest.VpcId = &c.vpcID
createRequest.GroupName = &name
createRequest.Description = &description
createResponse, err := c.ec2.CreateSecurityGroup(createRequest)
if err != nil {
ignore := false
switch err := err.(type) {
case awserr.Error:
if err.Code() == "InvalidGroup.Duplicate" && attempt < MaxReadThenCreateRetries {
klog.V(2).Infof("Got InvalidGroup.Duplicate while creating security group (race?); will retry")
ignore = true
}
}
if !ignore {
klog.Errorf("Error creating security group: %q", err)
return "", err
}
time.Sleep(1 * time.Second)
} else {
groupID = aws.StringValue(createResponse.GroupId)
break
}
}
if groupID == "" {
return "", fmt.Errorf("created security group, but id was not returned: %s", name)
}
err := c.tagging.createTags(c.ec2, groupID, ResourceLifecycleOwned, additionalTags)
if err != nil {
// If we retry, ensureClusterTags will recover from this - it
// will add the missing tags. We could delete the security
// group here, but that doesn't feel like the right thing, as
// the caller is likely to retry the create
return "", fmt.Errorf("error tagging security group: %q", err)
}
return groupID, nil
}
// Finds the value for a given tag.
func findTag(tags []*ec2.Tag, key string) (string, bool) {
for _, tag := range tags {
if aws.StringValue(tag.Key) == key {
return aws.StringValue(tag.Value), true
}
}
return "", false
}
// Finds the subnets associated with the cluster, by matching tags.
// For maximal backwards compatibility, if no subnets are tagged, it will fall-back to the current subnet.
// However, in future this will likely be treated as an error.
func (c *Cloud) findSubnets() ([]*ec2.Subnet, error) {
request := &ec2.DescribeSubnetsInput{}
filters := []*ec2.Filter{newEc2Filter("vpc-id", c.vpcID)}
request.Filters = c.tagging.addFilters(filters)
subnets, err := c.ec2.DescribeSubnets(request)
if err != nil {
return nil, fmt.Errorf("error describing subnets: %q", err)
}
var matches []*ec2.Subnet
for _, subnet := range subnets {
if c.tagging.hasClusterTag(subnet.Tags) {
matches = append(matches, subnet)
}
}
if len(matches) != 0 {
return matches, nil
}
// Fall back to the current instance subnets, if nothing is tagged
klog.Warningf("No tagged subnets found; will fall-back to the current subnet only. This is likely to be an error in a future version of k8s.")
request = &ec2.DescribeSubnetsInput{}
filters = []*ec2.Filter{newEc2Filter("subnet-id", c.selfAWSInstance.subnetID)}
request.Filters = filters
subnets, err = c.ec2.DescribeSubnets(request)
if err != nil {
return nil, fmt.Errorf("error describing subnets: %q", err)
}
return subnets, nil
}
// Finds the subnets to use for an ELB we are creating.
// Normal (Internet-facing) ELBs must use public subnets, so we skip private subnets.
// Internal ELBs can use public or private subnets, but if we have a private subnet we should prefer that.
func (c *Cloud) findELBSubnets(internalELB bool) ([]string, error) {
vpcIDFilter := newEc2Filter("vpc-id", c.vpcID)
subnets, err := c.findSubnets()
if err != nil {
return nil, err
}
rRequest := &ec2.DescribeRouteTablesInput{}
rRequest.Filters = []*ec2.Filter{vpcIDFilter}
rt, err := c.ec2.DescribeRouteTables(rRequest)
if err != nil {
return nil, fmt.Errorf("error describe route table: %q", err)
}
subnetsByAZ := make(map[string]*ec2.Subnet)
for _, subnet := range subnets {
az := aws.StringValue(subnet.AvailabilityZone)
id := aws.StringValue(subnet.SubnetId)
if az == "" || id == "" {
klog.Warningf("Ignoring subnet with empty az/id: %v", subnet)
continue
}
isPublic, err := isSubnetPublic(rt, id)
if err != nil {
return nil, err
}
if !internalELB && !isPublic {
klog.V(2).Infof("Ignoring private subnet for public ELB %q", id)
continue