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Published: Apr 20, 2017 License: Apache-2.0 Imports: 25 Imported by: 0



Package podtask maps Kubernetes pods to Mesos tasks.



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const (
	Launched = FlagType("launched")
	Bound    = FlagType("bound")
	Deleted  = FlagType("deleted")
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const (
	//TODO(jdef) move this somewhere else
	PodPath = "/pods"


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func InstallDebugHandlers

func InstallDebugHandlers(reg Registry, mux *http.ServeMux)

TODO(jdef) we use a Locker to guard against concurrent task state changes, but it would be really, really nice to avoid doing this. Maybe someday the registry won't return data ptrs but plain structs instead.

func MakePodKey

func MakePodKey(ctx api.Context, id string) (string, error)

makePodKey constructs etcd paths to pod items enforcing namespace rules.

func ParsePodStatusResult

func ParsePodStatusResult(taskStatus *mesos.TaskStatus) (result api.PodStatusResult, err error)


type AllOrNothingProcurement added in v1.1.0

type AllOrNothingProcurement []Procurement

AllOrNothingProcurement provides a convenient wrapper around multiple Procurement objectives: the failure of any Procurement in the set results in Procure failing. see AllOrNothingProcurement.Procure

func (AllOrNothingProcurement) Procure added in v1.1.0

func (a AllOrNothingProcurement) Procure(t *T, n *api.Node, ps *ProcureState) error

Procure runs each Procurement in the receiver list. The first Procurement func that fails triggers T.Reset() and the error is returned, otherwise returns nil.

type Config added in v1.2.0

type Config struct {
	ID                           string              // ID is an optional, unique task ID; auto-generated if not specified
	DefaultPodRoles              []string            // DefaultPodRoles lists preferred resource groups, prioritized in order
	FrameworkRoles               []string            // FrameworkRoles identify resource groups from which the framework may consume
	Prototype                    *mesos.ExecutorInfo // Prototype is required
	HostPortStrategy             hostport.Strategy   // HostPortStrategy is used as the port mapping strategy, unless overridden by the pod
	GenerateTaskDiscoveryEnabled bool
	// contains filtered or unexported fields

Config represents elements that are used or required in order to create a pod task that may be scheduled.

type FlagType

type FlagType string

type ProcureState added in v1.2.0

type ProcureState struct {
	// contains filtered or unexported fields

ProcureState holds the current state of the procurement pipeline. It contains the pod launch specification and the Mesos offer from which resources are being procured.

func NewProcureState added in v1.2.0

func NewProcureState(offer *mesos.Offer) *ProcureState

NewProcureState returns an ProcureState containing an empty Spec and a deep copy of the given offer.

func (*ProcureState) Result added in v1.2.0

func (ps *ProcureState) Result() (*Spec, *mesos.Offer)

Result returns the procurement result consisting of the procured pod specification and the remaining Mesos offer.

type Procurement added in v1.1.0

type Procurement interface {
	Procure(*T, *api.Node, *ProcureState) error

Procurement is the interface that implements resource procurement.

Procure procurs offered resources for a given pod task T on a given node and stores the procurement result.

Initially the procurement pipe contains an initial empty Spec and the the complete Mesos offer. As the procurement pipeline progresses the specified resources go up as they are being procured while the remaining Mesos offer resources go down until they are depleted.

It returns an error if the procurement failed.

Note that the T struct also includes a Spec field. This differs from the procured Spec which is meant to be filled by a chain of Procure invocations (procurement pipeline).

In contrast T.Spec is meant not to be filled by the procurement chain but rather by a final scheduler instance.

api.Node is an optional (possibly nil) param.

func NewDefaultProcurement added in v1.1.0

func NewDefaultProcurement(prototype *mesos.ExecutorInfo, eir executorinfo.Registry) Procurement

NewDefaultProcurement returns the default procurement strategy that combines validation and responsible Mesos resource procurement. c and m are resource quantities written into k8s api.Pod.Spec's that don't declare resources (all containers in k8s-mesos require cpu and memory limits).

func NewExecutorResourceProcurer added in v1.2.0

func NewExecutorResourceProcurer(rs []*mesos.Resource, registry executorinfo.Registry) Procurement

NewExecutorResourceProcurer returns a Procurement procuring executor resources If a given offer has no executor IDs set, the given prototype executor resources are considered for procurement. If a given offer has one executor ID set, only pod resources are being procured. An offer with more than one executor ID implies an invariant violation and the first executor ID is being considered.

func NewNodeProcurement added in v1.2.0

func NewNodeProcurement() Procurement

NewNodeProcurement returns a Procurement that checks whether the given pod task and offer have valid node informations available and whether the pod spec node selector matches the pod labels. If the check is successful the slave ID and assigned slave is set in the given Spec.

func NewPodResourcesProcurement added in v1.2.0

func NewPodResourcesProcurement() Procurement

NewPodResourcesProcurement converts k8s pod cpu and memory resource requirements into mesos resource allocations.

func NewPortsProcurement added in v1.2.0

func NewPortsProcurement() Procurement

NewPortsProcurement returns a Procurement procuring ports

type ProcurementFunc added in v1.2.0

type ProcurementFunc func(*T, *api.Node, *ProcureState) error

The ProcurementFunc type is an adapter to use ordinary functions as Procurement implementations.

func (ProcurementFunc) Procure added in v1.2.0

func (p ProcurementFunc) Procure(t *T, n *api.Node, ps *ProcureState) error

type Registry

type Registry interface {
	// register the specified task with this registry, as long as the current error
	// condition is nil. if no errors occur then return a copy of the registered task.
	Register(*T) (*T, error)

	// unregister the specified task from this registry

	// update state for the registered task identified by task.ID, returning a copy of
	// the updated task, if any.
	Update(task *T) error

	// return the task registered for the specified task ID and its current state.
	// if there is no such task then StateUnknown is returned.
	Get(taskId string) (task *T, currentState StateType)

	// return the non-terminal task corresponding to the specified pod ID
	ForPod(podID string) (task *T, currentState StateType)

	// update the task status given the specified mesos task status update, returning a
	// copy of the updated task (if any) and its state.
	UpdateStatus(status *mesos.TaskStatus) (*T, StateType)

	// return a list of task ID's that match the given filter, or all task ID's if filter == nil.
	List(filter func(*T) bool) []*T

state store for pod tasks

func NewInMemoryRegistry

func NewInMemoryRegistry() Registry

type Spec

type Spec struct {
	SlaveID       string
	AssignedSlave string
	Resources     []*mesos.Resource
	PortMap       []hostport.Mapping
	Data          []byte
	Executor      *mesos.ExecutorInfo

type StateType

type StateType int
const (
	StatePending StateType = iota

type T

type T struct {
	Pod api.Pod

	// Stores the final procurement result, once set read-only.
	// Meant to be set by algorith.SchedulerAlgorithm only.
	Spec *Spec

	Offer       offers.Perishable // thread-safe
	State       StateType
	Flags       map[FlagType]struct{}
	CreateTime  time.Time
	UpdatedTime time.Time // time of the most recent StatusUpdate we've seen from the mesos master
	// contains filtered or unexported fields

A struct that describes a pod task.

func New

func New(ctx api.Context, config Config, pod *api.Pod) (*T, error)

func RecoverFrom

func RecoverFrom(pod api.Pod) (*T, bool, error)

reconstruct a task from metadata stashed in a pod entry. there are limited pod states that support reconstruction. if we expect to be able to reconstruct state but encounter errors in the process then those errors are returned. if the pod is in a seemingly valid state but otherwise does not support task reconstruction return false. if we're able to reconstruct state then return a reconstructed task and true.

at this time task reconstruction is only supported for pods that have been annotated with binding metadata, which implies that they've previously been associated with a task and that mesos knows about it.

assumes that the pod data comes from the k8s registry and reflects the desired state.

func (*T) BuildTaskInfo

func (t *T) BuildTaskInfo() (*mesos.TaskInfo, error)

func (*T) Clone

func (t *T) Clone() *T

mostly-clone this pod task. the clone will actually share the some fields:

- executor    // OK because it's read only
- Offer       // OK because it's guarantees safe concurrent access

func (*T) GetOfferId

func (t *T) GetOfferId() string

func (*T) Has

func (t *T) Has(f FlagType) (exists bool)

func (*T) HasAcceptedOffer

func (t *T) HasAcceptedOffer() bool

func (*T) Reset

func (t *T) Reset()

Clear offer-related details from the task, should be called if/when an offer has already been assigned to a task but for some reason is no longer valid.

func (*T) Roles added in v1.2.0

func (t *T) Roles() (result []string)

Roles returns the valid roles under which this pod task can be scheduled. If the pod has roles annotations defined they are being used else default pod roles are being returned.

func (*T) SaveRecoveryInfo

func (t *T) SaveRecoveryInfo(dict map[string]string)

func (*T) Set

func (t *T) Set(f FlagType)


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