kube

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Published: May 1, 2019 License: Apache-2.0 Imports: 10 Imported by: 0

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func KubeConfig added in v0.2.2

func KubeConfig(apiServerHost string) (*rest.Config, error)

KubeConfig will return a rest.Config for communicating with the Kubernetes API server. If apiServerHost is specified, a config without authentication that is configured to talk to the apiServerHost URL will be returned. Else, the in-cluster config will be loaded, and failing this, the config will be loaded from the users local kubeconfig directory

func SecretTLSCert

func SecretTLSCert(secretLister corelisters.SecretLister, namespace, name string) (*x509.Certificate, error)

func SecretTLSCertChain added in v0.6.0

func SecretTLSCertChain(secretLister corelisters.SecretLister, namespace, name string) ([]*x509.Certificate, error)

func SecretTLSKey

func SecretTLSKey(secretLister corelisters.SecretLister, namespace, name string) (crypto.Signer, error)

SecretTLSKey will decode a PKCS1/SEC1 (in effect, a RSA or ECDSA) private key stored in a secret with 'name' in 'namespace'. It will read the private key data from the secret entry with name 'keyName'.

func SecretTLSKeyPair added in v0.6.0

func SecretTLSKeyPair(secretLister corelisters.SecretLister, namespace, name string) ([]*x509.Certificate, crypto.Signer, error)

func SecretTLSKeyRef

func SecretTLSKeyRef(secretLister corelisters.SecretLister, namespace, name, keyName string) (crypto.Signer, error)

SecretTLSKeyRef will decode a PKCS1/SEC1 (in effect, a RSA or ECDSA) private key stored in a secret with 'name' in 'namespace'. It will read the private key data from the secret entry with name 'keyName'.

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