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Copyright 2017 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.
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package configmap
import (
clientset ""
podutil ""
corev1 ""
metav1 ""
type Manager interface {
// Get configmap by configmap namespace and name.
GetConfigMap(namespace, name string) (*v1.ConfigMap, error)
// WARNING: Register/UnregisterPod functions should be efficient,
// i.e. should not block on network operations.
// RegisterPod registers all configmaps from a given pod.
RegisterPod(pod *v1.Pod)
// UnregisterPod unregisters configmaps from a given pod that are not
// used by any other registered pod.
UnregisterPod(pod *v1.Pod)
// simpleConfigMapManager implements ConfigMap Manager interface with
// simple operations to apiserver.
type simpleConfigMapManager struct {
kubeClient clientset.Interface
func NewSimpleConfigMapManager(kubeClient clientset.Interface) Manager {
return &simpleConfigMapManager{kubeClient: kubeClient}
func (s *simpleConfigMapManager) GetConfigMap(namespace, name string) (*v1.ConfigMap, error) {
return s.kubeClient.CoreV1().ConfigMaps(namespace).Get(name, metav1.GetOptions{})
func (s *simpleConfigMapManager) RegisterPod(pod *v1.Pod) {
func (s *simpleConfigMapManager) UnregisterPod(pod *v1.Pod) {
// configMapManager keeps a cache of all configmaps necessary
// for registered pods. Different implementation of the store
// may result in different semantics for freshness of configmaps
// (e.g. ttl-based implementation vs watch-based implementation).
type configMapManager struct {
manager manager.Manager
func (c *configMapManager) GetConfigMap(namespace, name string) (*v1.ConfigMap, error) {
object, err := c.manager.GetObject(namespace, name)
if err != nil {
return nil, err
if configmap, ok := object.(*v1.ConfigMap); ok {
return configmap, nil
return nil, fmt.Errorf("unexpected object type: %v", object)
func (c *configMapManager) RegisterPod(pod *v1.Pod) {
func (c *configMapManager) UnregisterPod(pod *v1.Pod) {
func getConfigMapNames(pod *v1.Pod) sets.String {
result := sets.NewString()
podutil.VisitPodConfigmapNames(pod, func(name string) bool {
return true
return result
const (
defaultTTL = time.Minute
// NewCachingConfigMapManager creates a manager that keeps a cache of all configmaps
// necessary for registered pods.
// It implement the following logic:
// - whenever a pod is create or updated, the cached versions of all configmaps
// are invalidated
// - every GetObject() call tries to fetch the value from local cache; if it is
// not there, invalidated or too old, we fetch it from apiserver and refresh the
// value in cache; otherwise it is just fetched from cache
func NewCachingConfigMapManager(kubeClient clientset.Interface, getTTL manager.GetObjectTTLFunc) Manager {
getConfigMap := func(namespace, name string, opts metav1.GetOptions) (runtime.Object, error) {
return kubeClient.CoreV1().ConfigMaps(namespace).Get(name, opts)
configMapStore := manager.NewObjectStore(getConfigMap, clock.RealClock{}, getTTL, defaultTTL)
return &configMapManager{
manager: manager.NewCacheBasedManager(configMapStore, getConfigMapNames),
// NewWatchingConfigMapManager creates a manager that keeps a cache of all configmaps
// necessary for registered pods.
// It implements the following logic:
// - whenever a pod is created or updated, we start inidvidual watches for all
// referenced objects that aren't referenced from other registered pods
// - every GetObject() returns a value from local cache propagated via watches
func NewWatchingConfigMapManager(kubeClient clientset.Interface) Manager {
listConfigMap := func(namespace string, opts metav1.ListOptions) (runtime.Object, error) {
return kubeClient.CoreV1().ConfigMaps(namespace).List(opts)
watchConfigMap := func(namespace string, opts metav1.ListOptions) (watch.Interface, error) {
return kubeClient.CoreV1().ConfigMaps(namespace).Watch(opts)
newConfigMap := func() runtime.Object {
return &v1.ConfigMap{}
gr := corev1.Resource("configmap")
return &configMapManager{
manager: manager.NewWatchBasedManager(listConfigMap, watchConfigMap, newConfigMap, gr, getConfigMapNames),