Package portforward contains server-side logic for handling port forwarding requests.



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    const ProtocolV1Name = ""

      ProtocolV1Name is the name of the subprotocol used for port forwarding.


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      var SupportedProtocols = []string{ProtocolV1Name}

        SupportedProtocols are the supported port forwarding protocols.


        func ServePortForward

        func ServePortForward(w http.ResponseWriter, req *http.Request, portForwarder PortForwarder, podName string, uid types.UID, portForwardOptions *V4Options, idleTimeout time.Duration, streamCreationTimeout time.Duration, supportedProtocols []string)

          ServePortForward handles a port forwarding request. A single request is kept alive as long as the client is still alive and the connection has not been timed out due to idleness. This function handles multiple forwarded connections; i.e., multiple `curl http://localhost:8888/` requests will be handled by a single invocation of ServePortForward.


          type PortForwarder

          type PortForwarder interface {
          	// PortForwarder copies data between a data stream and a port in a pod.
          	PortForward(name string, uid types.UID, port int32, stream io.ReadWriteCloser) error

            PortForwarder knows how to forward content from a data stream to/from a port in a pod.

            type V4Options

            type V4Options struct {
            	Ports []int32

              V4Options contains details about which streams are required for port forwarding. All fields included in V4Options need to be expressed explicitly in the CRI ({version}/api.proto) PortForwardRequest.

              func BuildV4Options

              func BuildV4Options(ports []int32) (*V4Options, error)

                BuildV4Options returns a V4Options based on the given information.

                func NewV4Options

                func NewV4Options(req *http.Request) (*V4Options, error)

                  NewV4Options creates a new options from the Request.