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auto pod template hash on deployment, daemon set, job's selector #80013

PualrDwade opened this issue Jul 11, 2019 · 1 comment


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commented Jul 11, 2019

What would you like to be added:
auto pod template hash on deployment, daemon set, job's selector,so that developers can find specific pods through their selectors, and can effectively avoid label conflicts.
Why is this needed:
I'm currently developing a CRD-based controller, and I'll get the selector of the controller to match the pods I need to manage, but since they don't provide the hash value of the pod template (pod-template-hash), I may mismatch pods that shouldn't be managed, that is to say, it can easily lead to label conflicts.


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commented Jul 11, 2019

@PualrDwade: There are no sig labels on this issue. Please add a sig label by either:

  1. mentioning a sig: @kubernetes/sig-<group-name>-<group-suffix>
    e.g., @kubernetes/sig-contributor-experience-<group-suffix> to notify the contributor experience sig, OR

  2. specifying the label manually: /sig <group-name>
    e.g., /sig scalability to apply the sig/scalability label

Note: Method 1 will trigger an email to the group. See the group list.
The <group-suffix> in method 1 has to be replaced with one of these: bugs, feature-requests, pr-reviews, test-failures, proposals.

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