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Published: Apr 5, 2016 License: Apache-2.0 Imports: 13 Imported by: 0




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const AcceptorInterval = 1 * time.Second

AcceptorInterval is how often the UpdateAcceptor should check for readiness.


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type RecreateDeploymentStrategy added in v0.2.2

type RecreateDeploymentStrategy struct {
	// contains filtered or unexported fields

RecreateDeploymentStrategy is a simple strategy appropriate as a default. Its behavior is to scale down the last deployment to 0, and to scale up the new deployment to 1.

A failure to disable any existing deployments will be considered a deployment failure.

func NewRecreateDeploymentStrategy added in v0.2.2

func NewRecreateDeploymentStrategy(client kclient.Interface, tagClient client.ImageStreamTagsNamespacer, decoder runtime.Decoder) *RecreateDeploymentStrategy

NewRecreateDeploymentStrategy makes a RecreateDeploymentStrategy backed by a real HookExecutor and client.

func (*RecreateDeploymentStrategy) Deploy added in v0.2.2

Deploy makes deployment active and disables oldDeployments.

func (*RecreateDeploymentStrategy) DeployWithAcceptor added in v0.6.1

func (s *RecreateDeploymentStrategy) DeployWithAcceptor(from *kapi.ReplicationController, to *kapi.ReplicationController, desiredReplicas int, updateAcceptor strat.UpdateAcceptor) error

DeployWithAcceptor scales down from and then scales up to. If updateAcceptor is provided and the desired replica count is >1, the first replica of to is rolled out and validated before performing the full scale up.

This is currently only used in conjunction with the rolling update strategy for initial deployments.

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