A kubernetes operator that reaps
- pods that have reached their lifetime
- evicted pods
To give a lifetime to your pods, add the following annotation:
DURATION has to be a valid golang duration string.
A duration string is a possibly signed sequence of decimal numbers, each with optional fraction and a unit suffix, such as "300ms", "-1.5h" or "2h45m". Valid time units are "ns", "us" (or "µs"), "ms", "s", "m", "h".
The above annotation will cause the pod to be reaped (killed) once it reaches the age of 30d (720h)
The pod reaper needs to be deployed in a kubernetes cluster.
The following environment variables can be set:
|Env Variable||Description||Sample Values||Default value||Required|
|REMOTE_EXEC||Should be set to true when running within the cluster, to false when running locally||true||N/A||yes|
|REAPER_NAMESPACES||List of namespaces that the reaper would inspect||namespace1,namespace2||N/A||yes|
|CRON_JOB||Whether this should be run just once or in a loop. Set to true if running this as a cron job||true||false||no|
|MAX_REAP_COUNT_PER_RUN||Maximum Pods to reap in each run||100||30||no|
|REAP_EVICTED_PODS||Whether or not to delete evicted pods||true||false||no|
- Support RBAC
- Support Rolling Updates