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Published: Jun 5, 2018 License: Apache-2.0 Imports: 9 Imported by: 0

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Overview

Package testing includes utilities for testing controllers.

Package testing includes utilities for testing controllers.

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Functions

func KeyOrDie

func KeyOrDie(obj interface{}) string

KeyOrDie returns the string key of the Kubernetes object or panics if a key cannot be generated.

Types

type CreateHookFunc

type CreateHookFunc func(runtime.Object) HookResult

CreateHookFunc is a function for handling a Create hook. Its runtime.Object parameter will be the kubernetes resource created. The resource can be cast to its actual type like this:

pod := obj.(*v1.Pod)

A return value of true marks the hook as completed. Returning false allows the hook to run again when the next resource of the requested type is created.

func ExpectNormalEventDelivery

func ExpectNormalEventDelivery(t *testing.T, messageRegexp string) CreateHookFunc

ExpectNormalEventDelivery returns a hook function that can be passed to a Hooks.OnCreate() call to verify that an event of type Normal was created matching the given regular expression. For this expectation to be effective the test must also call Hooks.WaitForHooks().

func ExpectWarningEventDelivery

func ExpectWarningEventDelivery(t *testing.T, messageRegexp string) CreateHookFunc

ExpectWarningEventDelivery returns a hook function that can be passed to a Hooks.OnCreate() call to verify that an event of type Warning was created matching the given regular expression. For this expectation to be effective the test must also call Hooks.WaitForHooks().

type DeleteHookFunc

type DeleteHookFunc func(string) HookResult

DeleteHookFunc is a function for handling a delete hook. Its name parameter will be the name of the resource deleted. The resource itself is not available to the reactor.

type HookResult

type HookResult bool

HookResult is the return value of hook functions.

const (
	// HookComplete indicates the hook function completed, and WaitForHooks should
	// not wait for it.
	HookComplete HookResult = true
	// HookIncomplete indicates the hook function is incomplete, and WaitForHooks
	// should wait for it to complete.
	HookIncomplete HookResult = false
)

type Hooks

type Hooks struct {
	// contains filtered or unexported fields
}

Hooks is a utility struct that simplifies controller testing with fake clients. A Hooks struct allows attaching hook functions to actions (create, update, delete) on a specified resource type within a fake client and ensuring that all hooks complete in a timely manner.

Example
h := NewHooks()
f := fake.NewSimpleClientset()

h.OnCreate(&f.Fake, "pods", func(obj runtime.Object) HookResult {
	pod := obj.(*v1.Pod)
	fmt.Printf("Pod %s has restart policy %v\n", pod.Name, pod.Spec.RestartPolicy)
	return true
})

h.OnUpdate(&f.Fake, "pods", func(obj runtime.Object) HookResult {
	pod := obj.(*v1.Pod)
	fmt.Printf("Pod %s restart policy was updated to %v\n", pod.Name, pod.Spec.RestartPolicy)
	return true
})

h.OnDelete(&f.Fake, "pods", func(name string) HookResult {
	fmt.Printf("Pod %s was deleted\n", name)
	return true
})

pod := &v1.Pod{
	ObjectMeta: metav1.ObjectMeta{
		Name: "test-pod",
	},
	Spec: v1.PodSpec{
		RestartPolicy: v1.RestartPolicyAlways,
	},
}
f.CoreV1().Pods("test").Create(pod)

updatedPod := pod.DeepCopy()
updatedPod.Spec.RestartPolicy = v1.RestartPolicyNever
f.CoreV1().Pods("test").Update(updatedPod)

f.CoreV1().Pods("test").Delete(pod.Name, &metav1.DeleteOptions{})
if err := h.WaitForHooks(time.Second); err != nil {
	log.Fatal(err)
}
Output:

Pod test-pod has restart policy Always
Pod test-pod restart policy was updated to Never
Pod test-pod was deleted

func NewHooks

func NewHooks() *Hooks

NewHooks returns a Hooks struct that can be used to attach hooks to one or more fake clients and wait for all hooks to complete. TODO(grantr): Allow validating that a hook never fires

func (*Hooks) OnCreate

func (h *Hooks) OnCreate(fake *kubetesting.Fake, resource string, rf CreateHookFunc)

OnCreate attaches a create hook to the given Fake. The hook function is executed every time a resource of the given type is created.

func (*Hooks) OnDelete

func (h *Hooks) OnDelete(fake *kubetesting.Fake, resource string, rf DeleteHookFunc)

OnDelete attaches a delete hook to the given Fake. The hook function is executed every time a resource of the given type is deleted.

func (*Hooks) OnUpdate

func (h *Hooks) OnUpdate(fake *kubetesting.Fake, resource string, rf UpdateHookFunc)

OnUpdate attaches an update hook to the given Fake. The hook function is executed every time a resource of the given type is updated.

func (*Hooks) WaitForHooks

func (h *Hooks) WaitForHooks(timeout time.Duration) error

WaitForHooks waits until all attached hooks have returned true at least once. If the given timeout expires before that happens, an error is returned.

type UpdateHookFunc

type UpdateHookFunc func(runtime.Object) HookResult

UpdateHookFunc is a function for handling an update hook. its runtime.Object parameter will be the kubernetes resource updated. The resource can be cast to its actual type like this:

pod := obj.(*v1.Pod)

A return value of true marks the hook as completed. Returning false allows the hook to run again when the next resource of the requested type is updated.

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