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Function-Configuration Reference

This document provides a reference of the Nuclio function configuration.

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Basic configuration structure

The basic structure of the Nuclio function configuration resembles Kubernetes resource definitions, and includes the apiVersion, kind, metadata, spec, and status sections. Following is an example of a minimal definition:

apiVersion: "nuclio.io/v1"
kind: NuclioFunction
metadata:
  name: example
spec:
  image: example:latest

Function Metadata (metadata)

The metadata section includes the following attributes:

Path Type Description
name string The name of the function
namespace string A level of isolation provided by the platform (e.g., Kubernetes)
labels map A list of key-value tags that are used for looking up the function (immutable, can't update after first deployment)
annotations map A list of annotations based on the key-value tags

Example

metadata:
  name: example
  namespace: nuclio
  labels:
    l1: lv1
    l2: lv2
    l3: 100
  annotations:
    a1: av1  

Function Specification (spec)

The spec section contains the requirements and attributes and has the following elements:

Path Type Description
description string A textual description of the function
handler string The entry point to the function, in the form of package:entrypoint. Varies slightly between runtimes, see the appropriate runtime documentation for specifics
runtime string The name of the language runtime. One of: golang, python:2.7, python:3.6, shell, java, nodejs, pypy
image string The name of the function's container image — used for the image code-entry type; see Code-Entry Types
env map A name-value environment-variables tuple; it's also possible to reference secrets from the map elements, as demonstrated in the specifcation example
volumes map A map in an architecture similar to Kubernetes volumes, for Docker deployment
replicas int The number of desired instances; 0 for auto-scaling.
minReplicas int The minimum number of replicas
maxReplicas int The maximum number of replicas
targetCPU int Target CPU when auto scaling, as a percentage (default: 75%)
dataBindings See reference A map of data sources used by the function ("data bindings")
triggers.(name).maxWorkers int The max number of concurrent requests this trigger can process
triggers.(name).kind string The trigger type (kind) - cron | eventhub | http | kafka | kinesis | nats | rabbitmq
triggers.(name).url string The trigger specific URL (not used by all triggers)
triggers.(name).annotations list of strings Annotations to be assigned to the trigger, if applicable
triggers.(name).workerAvailabilityTimeoutMilliseconds int The number of milliseconds to wait for a worker if one is not available. 0 = never wait
triggers.(name).attributes See reference The per-trigger attributes
build.path string The URL of a GitHub repository or an archive-file that contains the function code — for the github or archive code-entry type — or the URL of a function source-code file; see Code-Entry Types
build.functionSourceCode string Base-64 encoded function source code for the sourceCode code-entry type; see Code-Entry Types
build.registry string The container image repository to which the built image will be pushed
build.noBaseImagePull string Do not pull any base images when building, use local images only
build.noCache string Do not use any caching when building container images
build.baseImage string The name of a base container image from which to build the function's processor image
build.Commands list of string Commands run opaquely as part of container image build
build.onbuildImage string The name of an "onbuild" container image from which to build the function's processor image; the name can include {{ .Label }} and {{ .Arch }} for formatting
build.image string The name of the built container image (default: the function name)
build.codeEntryType string The function's code-entry type - archive | github | image | s3 | sourceCode; see Code-Entry Types
build.codeEntryAttributes See reference Code-entry attributes, which provide information for downloading the function when using the github, s3, or archive code-entry type
runRegistry string The container image repository from which the platform will pull the image
runtimeAttributes See reference Runtime-specific attributes
resources See reference Limit resources allocated to deployed function
readinessTimeoutSeconds int Number of seconds that the controller will wait for the function to become ready before declaring failure (default: 60)
avatar string Base64 representation of an icon to be shown in UI for the function
eventTimeout string Global event timeout, in the format supported for the Duration parameter of the time.ParseDuration Go function

Example

spec:
  description: my Go function
  handler: main:Handler
  runtime: golang
  image: myfunctionimage:latest
  env:
  - name: SOME_ENV
    value: abc
  - name: SECRET_PASSWORD_ENV_VAR
    valueFrom:
      secretKeyRef:
        name: my-secret
        key: password
  volumes:
    - volume:
        hostPath:
          path: "/var/run/docker.sock"
      volumeMount:
        mountPath: "/var/run/docker.sock"
  minReplicas: 2
  maxReplicas: 8
  targetCPU: 60
  build:
    registry: localhost:5000
    noBaseImagePull: true
    noCache: true
    commands:
    - apk --update --no-cache add curl
    - pip install simplejson
  resources:
    requests:
      cpu: 1
      memory: 128M
    limits:
      cpu: 2
      memory: 256M  

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