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package cluster // import "github.com/docker/docker/daemon/cluster"
import (
"context"
"encoding/base64"
"encoding/json"
"fmt"
"io"
"os"
"strconv"
"strings"
"time"
"github.com/docker/distribution/reference"
apitypes "github.com/docker/docker/api/types"
"github.com/docker/docker/api/types/backend"
types "github.com/docker/docker/api/types/swarm"
timetypes "github.com/docker/docker/api/types/time"
"github.com/docker/docker/daemon/cluster/convert"
"github.com/docker/docker/errdefs"
runconfigopts "github.com/docker/docker/runconfig/opts"
swarmapi "github.com/docker/swarmkit/api"
gogotypes "github.com/gogo/protobuf/types"
"github.com/pkg/errors"
"github.com/sirupsen/logrus"
"google.golang.org/grpc"
)
// GetServices returns all services of a managed swarm cluster.
func (c *Cluster) GetServices(options apitypes.ServiceListOptions) ([]types.Service, error) {
c.mu.RLock()
defer c.mu.RUnlock()
state := c.currentNodeState()
if !state.IsActiveManager() {
return nil, c.errNoManager(state)
}
// We move the accepted filter check here as "mode" filter
// is processed in the daemon, not in SwarmKit. So it might
// be good to have accepted file check in the same file as
// the filter processing (in the for loop below).
accepted := map[string]bool{
"name": true,
"id": true,
"label": true,
"mode": true,
"runtime": true,
}
if err := options.Filters.Validate(accepted); err != nil {
return nil, err
}
if len(options.Filters.Get("runtime")) == 0 {
// Default to using the container runtime filter
options.Filters.Add("runtime", string(types.RuntimeContainer))
}
filters := &swarmapi.ListServicesRequest_Filters{
NamePrefixes: options.Filters.Get("name"),
IDPrefixes: options.Filters.Get("id"),
Labels: runconfigopts.ConvertKVStringsToMap(options.Filters.Get("label")),
Runtimes: options.Filters.Get("runtime"),
}
ctx, cancel := c.getRequestContext()
defer cancel()
r, err := state.controlClient.ListServices(
ctx,
&swarmapi.ListServicesRequest{Filters: filters},
grpc.MaxCallRecvMsgSize(defaultRecvSizeForListResponse),
)
if err != nil {
return nil, err
}
services := make([]types.Service, 0, len(r.Services))
for _, service := range r.Services {
if options.Filters.Contains("mode") {
var mode string
switch service.Spec.GetMode().(type) {
case *swarmapi.ServiceSpec_Global:
mode = "global"
case *swarmapi.ServiceSpec_Replicated:
mode = "replicated"
}
if !options.Filters.ExactMatch("mode", mode) {
continue
}
}
svcs, err := convert.ServiceFromGRPC(*service)
if err != nil {
return nil, err
}
services = append(services, svcs)
}
return services, nil
}
// GetService returns a service based on an ID or name.
func (c *Cluster) GetService(input string, insertDefaults bool) (types.Service, error) {
var service *swarmapi.Service
if err := c.lockedManagerAction(func(ctx context.Context, state nodeState) error {
s, err := getService(ctx, state.controlClient, input, insertDefaults)
if err != nil {
return err
}
service = s
return nil
}); err != nil {
return types.Service{}, err
}
svc, err := convert.ServiceFromGRPC(*service)
if err != nil {
return types.Service{}, err
}
return svc, nil
}
// CreateService creates a new service in a managed swarm cluster.
func (c *Cluster) CreateService(s types.ServiceSpec, encodedAuth string, queryRegistry bool) (*apitypes.ServiceCreateResponse, error) {
var resp *apitypes.ServiceCreateResponse
err := c.lockedManagerAction(func(ctx context.Context, state nodeState) error {
err := c.populateNetworkID(ctx, state.controlClient, &s)
if err != nil {
return err
}
serviceSpec, err := convert.ServiceSpecToGRPC(s)
if err != nil {
return errdefs.InvalidParameter(err)
}
resp = &apitypes.ServiceCreateResponse{}
switch serviceSpec.Task.Runtime.(type) {
case *swarmapi.TaskSpec_Attachment:
return fmt.Errorf("invalid task spec: spec type %q not supported", types.RuntimeNetworkAttachment)
// handle other runtimes here
case *swarmapi.TaskSpec_Generic:
switch serviceSpec.Task.GetGeneric().Kind {
case string(types.RuntimePlugin):
info, _ := c.config.Backend.SystemInfo()
if !info.ExperimentalBuild {
return fmt.Errorf("runtime type %q only supported in experimental", types.RuntimePlugin)
}
if s.TaskTemplate.PluginSpec == nil {
return errors.New("plugin spec must be set")
}
default:
return fmt.Errorf("unsupported runtime type: %q", serviceSpec.Task.GetGeneric().Kind)
}
r, err := state.controlClient.CreateService(ctx, &swarmapi.CreateServiceRequest{Spec: &serviceSpec})
if err != nil {
return err
}
resp.ID = r.Service.ID
case *swarmapi.TaskSpec_Container:
ctnr := serviceSpec.Task.GetContainer()
if ctnr == nil {
return errors.New("service does not use container tasks")
}
if encodedAuth != "" {
ctnr.PullOptions = &swarmapi.ContainerSpec_PullOptions{RegistryAuth: encodedAuth}
}
// retrieve auth config from encoded auth
authConfig := &apitypes.AuthConfig{}
if encodedAuth != "" {
authReader := strings.NewReader(encodedAuth)
dec := json.NewDecoder(base64.NewDecoder(base64.URLEncoding, authReader))
if err := dec.Decode(authConfig); err != nil {
logrus.Warnf("invalid authconfig: %v", err)
}
}
// pin image by digest for API versions < 1.30
// TODO(nishanttotla): The check on "DOCKER_SERVICE_PREFER_OFFLINE_IMAGE"
// should be removed in the future. Since integration tests only use the
// latest API version, so this is no longer required.
if os.Getenv("DOCKER_SERVICE_PREFER_OFFLINE_IMAGE") != "1" && queryRegistry {
digestImage, err := c.imageWithDigestString(ctx, ctnr.Image, authConfig)
if err != nil {
logrus.Warnf("unable to pin image %s to digest: %s", ctnr.Image, err.Error())
// warning in the client response should be concise
resp.Warnings = append(resp.Warnings, digestWarning(ctnr.Image))
} else if ctnr.Image != digestImage {
logrus.Debugf("pinning image %s by digest: %s", ctnr.Image, digestImage)
ctnr.Image = digestImage
} else {
logrus.Debugf("creating service using supplied digest reference %s", ctnr.Image)
}
// Replace the context with a fresh one.
// If we timed out while communicating with the
// registry, then "ctx" will already be expired, which
// would cause UpdateService below to fail. Reusing
// "ctx" could make it impossible to create a service
// if the registry is slow or unresponsive.
var cancel func()
ctx, cancel = c.getRequestContext()
defer cancel()
}
r, err := state.controlClient.CreateService(ctx, &swarmapi.CreateServiceRequest{Spec: &serviceSpec})
if err != nil {
return err
}
resp.ID = r.Service.ID
}
return nil
})
return resp, err
}
// UpdateService updates existing service to match new properties.
func (c *Cluster) UpdateService(serviceIDOrName string, version uint64, spec types.ServiceSpec, flags apitypes.ServiceUpdateOptions, queryRegistry bool) (*apitypes.ServiceUpdateResponse, error) {
var resp *apitypes.ServiceUpdateResponse
err := c.lockedManagerAction(func(ctx context.Context, state nodeState) error {
err := c.populateNetworkID(ctx, state.controlClient, &spec)
if err != nil {
return err
}
serviceSpec, err := convert.ServiceSpecToGRPC(spec)
if err != nil {
return errdefs.InvalidParameter(err)
}
currentService, err := getService(ctx, state.controlClient, serviceIDOrName, false)
if err != nil {
return err
}
resp = &apitypes.ServiceUpdateResponse{}
switch serviceSpec.Task.Runtime.(type) {
case *swarmapi.TaskSpec_Attachment:
return fmt.Errorf("invalid task spec: spec type %q not supported", types.RuntimeNetworkAttachment)
case *swarmapi.TaskSpec_Generic:
switch serviceSpec.Task.GetGeneric().Kind {
case string(types.RuntimePlugin):
if spec.TaskTemplate.PluginSpec == nil {
return errors.New("plugin spec must be set")
}
}
case *swarmapi.TaskSpec_Container:
newCtnr := serviceSpec.Task.GetContainer()
if newCtnr == nil {
return errors.New("service does not use container tasks")
}
encodedAuth := flags.EncodedRegistryAuth
if encodedAuth != "" {
newCtnr.PullOptions = &swarmapi.ContainerSpec_PullOptions{RegistryAuth: encodedAuth}
} else {
// this is needed because if the encodedAuth isn't being updated then we
// shouldn't lose it, and continue to use the one that was already present
var ctnr *swarmapi.ContainerSpec
switch flags.RegistryAuthFrom {
case apitypes.RegistryAuthFromSpec, "":
ctnr = currentService.Spec.Task.GetContainer()
case apitypes.RegistryAuthFromPreviousSpec:
if currentService.PreviousSpec == nil {
return errors.New("service does not have a previous spec")
}
ctnr = currentService.PreviousSpec.Task.GetContainer()
default:
return errors.New("unsupported registryAuthFrom value")
}
if ctnr == nil {
return errors.New("service does not use container tasks")
}
newCtnr.PullOptions = ctnr.PullOptions
// update encodedAuth so it can be used to pin image by digest
if ctnr.PullOptions != nil {
encodedAuth = ctnr.PullOptions.RegistryAuth
}
}
// retrieve auth config from encoded auth
authConfig := &apitypes.AuthConfig{}
if encodedAuth != "" {
if err := json.NewDecoder(base64.NewDecoder(base64.URLEncoding, strings.NewReader(encodedAuth))).Decode(authConfig); err != nil {
logrus.Warnf("invalid authconfig: %v", err)
}
}
// pin image by digest for API versions < 1.30
// TODO(nishanttotla): The check on "DOCKER_SERVICE_PREFER_OFFLINE_IMAGE"
// should be removed in the future. Since integration tests only use the
// latest API version, so this is no longer required.
if os.Getenv("DOCKER_SERVICE_PREFER_OFFLINE_IMAGE") != "1" && queryRegistry {
digestImage, err := c.imageWithDigestString(ctx, newCtnr.Image, authConfig)
if err != nil {
logrus.Warnf("unable to pin image %s to digest: %s", newCtnr.Image, err.Error())
// warning in the client response should be concise
resp.Warnings = append(resp.Warnings, digestWarning(newCtnr.Image))
} else if newCtnr.Image != digestImage {
logrus.Debugf("pinning image %s by digest: %s", newCtnr.Image, digestImage)
newCtnr.Image = digestImage
} else {
logrus.Debugf("updating service using supplied digest reference %s", newCtnr.Image)
}
// Replace the context with a fresh one.
// If we timed out while communicating with the
// registry, then "ctx" will already be expired, which
// would cause UpdateService below to fail. Reusing
// "ctx" could make it impossible to update a service
// if the registry is slow or unresponsive.
var cancel func()
ctx, cancel = c.getRequestContext()
defer cancel()
}
}
var rollback swarmapi.UpdateServiceRequest_Rollback
switch flags.Rollback {
case "", "none":
rollback = swarmapi.UpdateServiceRequest_NONE
case "previous":
rollback = swarmapi.UpdateServiceRequest_PREVIOUS
default:
return fmt.Errorf("unrecognized rollback option %s", flags.Rollback)
}
_, err = state.controlClient.UpdateService(
ctx,
&swarmapi.UpdateServiceRequest{
ServiceID: currentService.ID,
Spec: &serviceSpec,
ServiceVersion: &swarmapi.Version{
Index: version,
},
Rollback: rollback,
},
)
return err
})
return resp, err
}
// RemoveService removes a service from a managed swarm cluster.
func (c *Cluster) RemoveService(input string) error {
return c.lockedManagerAction(func(ctx context.Context, state nodeState) error {
service, err := getService(ctx, state.controlClient, input, false)
if err != nil {
return err
}
_, err = state.controlClient.RemoveService(ctx, &swarmapi.RemoveServiceRequest{ServiceID: service.ID})
return err
})
}
// ServiceLogs collects service logs and writes them back to `config.OutStream`
func (c *Cluster) ServiceLogs(ctx context.Context, selector *backend.LogSelector, config *apitypes.ContainerLogsOptions) (<-chan *backend.LogMessage, error) {
c.mu.RLock()
defer c.mu.RUnlock()
state := c.currentNodeState()
if !state.IsActiveManager() {
return nil, c.errNoManager(state)
}
swarmSelector, err := convertSelector(ctx, state.controlClient, selector)
if err != nil {
return nil, errors.Wrap(err, "error making log selector")
}
// set the streams we'll use
stdStreams := []swarmapi.LogStream{}
if config.ShowStdout {
stdStreams = append(stdStreams, swarmapi.LogStreamStdout)
}
if config.ShowStderr {
stdStreams = append(stdStreams, swarmapi.LogStreamStderr)
}
// Get tail value squared away - the number of previous log lines we look at
var tail int64
// in ContainerLogs, if the tail value is ANYTHING non-integer, we just set
// it to -1 (all). i don't agree with that, but i also think no tail value
// should be legitimate. if you don't pass tail, we assume you want "all"
if config.Tail == "all" || config.Tail == "" {
// tail of 0 means send all logs on the swarmkit side
tail = 0
} else {
t, err := strconv.Atoi(config.Tail)
if err != nil {
return nil, errors.New("tail value must be a positive integer or \"all\"")
}
if t < 0 {
return nil, errors.New("negative tail values not supported")
}
// we actually use negative tail in swarmkit to represent messages
// backwards starting from the beginning. also, -1 means no logs. so,
// basically, for api compat with docker container logs, add one and
// flip the sign. we error above if you try to negative tail, which
// isn't supported by docker (and would error deeper in the stack
// anyway)
//
// See the logs protobuf for more information
tail = int64(-(t + 1))
}
// get the since value - the time in the past we're looking at logs starting from
var sinceProto *gogotypes.Timestamp
if config.Since != "" {
s, n, err := timetypes.ParseTimestamps(config.Since, 0)
if err != nil {
return nil, errors.Wrap(err, "could not parse since timestamp")
}
since := time.Unix(s, n)
sinceProto, err = gogotypes.TimestampProto(since)
if err != nil {
return nil, errors.Wrap(err, "could not parse timestamp to proto")
}
}
stream, err := state.logsClient.SubscribeLogs(ctx, &swarmapi.SubscribeLogsRequest{
Selector: swarmSelector,
Options: &swarmapi.LogSubscriptionOptions{
Follow: config.Follow,
Streams: stdStreams,
Tail: tail,
Since: sinceProto,
},
})
if err != nil {
return nil, err
}
messageChan := make(chan *backend.LogMessage, 1)
go func() {
defer close(messageChan)
for {
// Check the context before doing anything.
select {
case <-ctx.Done():
return
default:
}
subscribeMsg, err := stream.Recv()
if err == io.EOF {
return
}
// if we're not io.EOF, push the message in and return
if err != nil {
select {
case <-ctx.Done():
case messageChan <- &backend.LogMessage{Err: err}:
}
return
}
for _, msg := range subscribeMsg.Messages {
// make a new message
m := new(backend.LogMessage)
m.Attrs = make([]backend.LogAttr, 0, len(msg.Attrs)+3)
// add the timestamp, adding the error if it fails
m.Timestamp, err = gogotypes.TimestampFromProto(msg.Timestamp)
if err != nil {
m.Err = err
}
nodeKey := contextPrefix + ".node.id"
serviceKey := contextPrefix + ".service.id"
taskKey := contextPrefix + ".task.id"
// copy over all of the details
for _, d := range msg.Attrs {
switch d.Key {
case nodeKey, serviceKey, taskKey:
// we have the final say over context details (in case there
// is a conflict (if the user added a detail with a context's
// key for some reason))
default:
m.Attrs = append(m.Attrs, backend.LogAttr{Key: d.Key, Value: d.Value})
}
}
m.Attrs = append(m.Attrs,
backend.LogAttr{Key: nodeKey, Value: msg.Context.NodeID},
backend.LogAttr{Key: serviceKey, Value: msg.Context.ServiceID},
backend.LogAttr{Key: taskKey, Value: msg.Context.TaskID},
)
switch msg.Stream {
case swarmapi.LogStreamStdout:
m.Source = "stdout"
case swarmapi.LogStreamStderr:
m.Source = "stderr"
}
m.Line = msg.Data
// there could be a case where the reader stops accepting
// messages and the context is canceled. we need to check that
// here, or otherwise we risk blocking forever on the message
// send.
select {
case <-ctx.Done():
return
case messageChan <- m:
}
}
}
}()
return messageChan, nil
}
// convertSelector takes a backend.LogSelector, which contains raw names that
// may or may not be valid, and converts them to an api.LogSelector proto. It
// returns an error if something fails
func convertSelector(ctx context.Context, cc swarmapi.ControlClient, selector *backend.LogSelector) (*swarmapi.LogSelector, error) {
// don't rely on swarmkit to resolve IDs, do it ourselves
swarmSelector := &swarmapi.LogSelector{}
for _, s := range selector.Services {
service, err := getService(ctx, cc, s, false)
if err != nil {
return nil, err
}
c := service.Spec.Task.GetContainer()
if c == nil {
return nil, errors.New("logs only supported on container tasks")
}
swarmSelector.ServiceIDs = append(swarmSelector.ServiceIDs, service.ID)
}
for _, t := range selector.Tasks {
task, err := getTask(ctx, cc, t)
if err != nil {
return nil, err
}
c := task.Spec.GetContainer()
if c == nil {
return nil, errors.New("logs only supported on container tasks")
}
swarmSelector.TaskIDs = append(swarmSelector.TaskIDs, task.ID)
}
return swarmSelector, nil
}
// imageWithDigestString takes an image such as name or name:tag
// and returns the image pinned to a digest, such as name@sha256:34234
func (c *Cluster) imageWithDigestString(ctx context.Context, image string, authConfig *apitypes.AuthConfig) (string, error) {
ref, err := reference.ParseAnyReference(image)
if err != nil {
return "", err
}
namedRef, ok := ref.(reference.Named)
if !ok {
if _, ok := ref.(reference.Digested); ok {
return image, nil
}
return "", errors.Errorf("unknown image reference format: %s", image)
}
// only query registry if not a canonical reference (i.e. with digest)
if _, ok := namedRef.(reference.Canonical); !ok {
namedRef = reference.TagNameOnly(namedRef)
taggedRef, ok := namedRef.(reference.NamedTagged)
if !ok {
return "", errors.Errorf("image reference not tagged: %s", image)
}
repo, _, err := c.config.ImageBackend.GetRepository(ctx, taggedRef, authConfig)
if err != nil {
return "", err
}
dscrptr, err := repo.Tags(ctx).Get(ctx, taggedRef.Tag())
if err != nil {
return "", err
}
namedDigestedRef, err := reference.WithDigest(taggedRef, dscrptr.Digest)
if err != nil {
return "", err
}
// return familiar form until interface updated to return type
return reference.FamiliarString(namedDigestedRef), nil
}
// reference already contains a digest, so just return it
return reference.FamiliarString(ref), nil
}
// digestWarning constructs a formatted warning string
// using the image name that could not be pinned by digest. The
// formatting is hardcoded, but could me made smarter in the future
func digestWarning(image string) string {
return fmt.Sprintf("image %s could not be accessed on a registry to record\nits digest. Each node will access %s independently,\npossibly leading to different nodes running different\nversions of the image.\n", image, image)
}