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const (
	// DefaultRollingTimeoutSeconds is the default TimeoutSeconds for RollingDeploymentStrategyParams.
	DefaultRollingTimeoutSeconds int64 = 10 * 60
	// DefaultRollingIntervalSeconds is the default IntervalSeconds for RollingDeploymentStrategyParams.
	DefaultRollingIntervalSeconds int64 = 1
	// DefaultRollingUpdatePeriodSeconds is the default PeriodSeconds for RollingDeploymentStrategyParams.
	DefaultRollingUpdatePeriodSeconds int64 = 1
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const (
	// DeploymentConfigAnnotation is an annotation name used to correlate a deployment with the
	// DeploymentConfig on which the deployment is based.
	DeploymentConfigAnnotation = "openshift.io/deployment-config.name"
	// DeploymentAnnotation is an annotation on a deployer Pod. The annotation value is the name
	// of the deployment (a ReplicationController) on which the deployer Pod acts.
	DeploymentAnnotation = "openshift.io/deployment.name"
	// DeploymentPodAnnotation is an annotation on a deployment (a ReplicationController). The
	// annotation value is the name of the deployer Pod which will act upon the ReplicationController
	// to implement the deployment behavior.
	DeploymentPodAnnotation = "openshift.io/deployer-pod.name"
	// DeployerPodForDeploymentLabel is a label which groups pods related to a
	// deployment. The value is a deployment name. The deployer pod and hook pods
	// created by the internal strategies will have this label. Custom
	// strategies can apply this label to any pods they create, enabling
	// platform-provided cancellation and garbage collection support.
	DeployerPodForDeploymentLabel = "openshift.io/deployer-pod-for.name"
	// DeploymentStatusAnnotation is an annotation name used to retrieve the DeploymentPhase of
	// a deployment.
	DeploymentStatusAnnotation = "openshift.io/deployment.phase"
	// DeploymentEncodedConfigAnnotation is an annotation name used to retrieve specific encoded
	// DeploymentConfig on which a given deployment is based.
	DeploymentEncodedConfigAnnotation = "openshift.io/encoded-deployment-config"
	// DeploymentVersionAnnotation is an annotation on a deployment (a ReplicationController). The
	// annotation value is the LatestVersion value of the DeploymentConfig which was the basis for
	// the deployment.
	DeploymentVersionAnnotation = "openshift.io/deployment-config.latest-version"
	// DeploymentLabel is the name of a label used to correlate a deployment with the Pod created
	// to execute the deployment logic.
	// TODO: This is a workaround for upstream's lack of annotation support on PodTemplate. Once
	// annotations are available on PodTemplate, audit this constant with the goal of removing it.
	DeploymentLabel = "deployment"
	// DeploymentConfigLabel is the name of a label used to correlate a deployment with the
	// DeploymentConfigs on which the deployment is based.
	DeploymentConfigLabel = "deploymentconfig"
	// DesiredReplicasAnnotation represents the desired number of replicas for a
	// new deployment.
	// TODO: This should be made public upstream.
	DesiredReplicasAnnotation = "kubectl.kubernetes.io/desired-replicas"
	// DeploymentStatusReasonAnnotation represents the reason for deployment being in a given state
	// Used for specifying the reason for cancellation or failure of a deployment
	DeploymentStatusReasonAnnotation = "openshift.io/deployment.status-reason"
	// DeploymentCancelledAnnotation indicates that the deployment has been cancelled
	// The annotation value does not matter and its mere presence indicates cancellation
	DeploymentCancelledAnnotation = "openshift.io/deployment.cancelled"

These constants represent keys used for correlating objects related to deployments.

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const (
	DeploymentCancelledByUser                 = "The deployment was cancelled by the user"
	DeploymentCancelledNewerDeploymentExists  = "The deployment was cancelled as a newer deployment was found running"
	DeploymentFailedUnrelatedDeploymentExists = "The deployment failed as an unrelated pod with the same name as this deployment is already running"
	DeploymentFailedDeployerPodNoLongerExists = "The deployment failed as the deployer pod no longer exists"

These constants represent the various reasons for cancelling a deployment or for a deployment being placed in a failed state

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const DeploymentCancelledAnnotationValue = "true"

DeploymentCancelledAnnotationValue represents the value for the DeploymentCancelledAnnotation annotation that signifies that the deployment should be cancelled

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const MaxDeploymentDurationSeconds int64 = 21600

MaxDeploymentDurationSeconds represents the maximum duration that a deployment is allowed to run This is set as the default value for ActiveDeadlineSeconds for the deployer pod Currently set to 6 hours


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type CustomDeploymentStrategyParams added in v0.2.1

type CustomDeploymentStrategyParams struct {
	// Image specifies a Docker image which can carry out a deployment.
	Image string
	// Environment holds the environment which will be given to the container for Image.
	Environment []kapi.EnvVar
	// Command is optional and overrides CMD in the container Image.
	Command []string

CustomDeploymentStrategyParams are the input to the Custom deployment strategy.

type DeploymentCause

type DeploymentCause struct {
	// Type is the type of the trigger that resulted in the creation of a new deployment
	Type DeploymentTriggerType
	// ImageTrigger contains the image trigger details, if this trigger was fired based on an image change
	ImageTrigger *DeploymentCauseImageTrigger

DeploymentCause captures information about a particular cause of a deployment.

type DeploymentCauseImageTrigger

type DeploymentCauseImageTrigger struct {
	// RepositoryName is the identifier for a Docker image repository that was updated.
	RepositoryName string
	// Tag is the name of an image repository tag that is now pointing to a new image.
	Tag string

DeploymentCauseImageTrigger contains information about a deployment caused by an image trigger

type DeploymentConfig

type DeploymentConfig struct {
	// Triggers determine how updates to a DeploymentConfig result in new deployments. If no triggers
	// are defined, a new deployment can only occur as a result of an explicit client update to the
	// DeploymentConfig with a new LatestVersion.
	Triggers []DeploymentTriggerPolicy
	// Template represents a desired deployment state and how to deploy it.
	Template DeploymentTemplate
	// LatestVersion is used to determine whether the current deployment associated with a DeploymentConfig
	// is out of sync.
	LatestVersion int
	// Details are the reasons for the update to this deployment config.
	// This could be based on a change made by the user or caused by an automatic trigger
	Details *DeploymentDetails

DeploymentConfig represents a configuration for a single deployment (represented as a ReplicationController). It also contains details about changes which resulted in the current state of the DeploymentConfig. Each change to the DeploymentConfig which should result in a new deployment results in an increment of LatestVersion.

func (*DeploymentConfig) IsAnAPIObject

func (*DeploymentConfig) IsAnAPIObject()

type DeploymentConfigList

type DeploymentConfigList struct {

	// Items is a list of deployment configs
	Items []DeploymentConfig

DeploymentConfigList is a collection of deployment configs.

func (*DeploymentConfigList) IsAnAPIObject

func (*DeploymentConfigList) IsAnAPIObject()

type DeploymentConfigRollback added in v0.2.1

type DeploymentConfigRollback struct {
	// Spec defines the options to rollback generation.
	Spec DeploymentConfigRollbackSpec

DeploymentConfigRollback provides the input to rollback generation.

func (*DeploymentConfigRollback) IsAnAPIObject added in v0.2.1

func (*DeploymentConfigRollback) IsAnAPIObject()

type DeploymentConfigRollbackSpec added in v0.2.1

type DeploymentConfigRollbackSpec struct {
	// From points to a ReplicationController which is a deployment.
	From kapi.ObjectReference
	// IncludeTriggers specifies whether to include config Triggers.
	IncludeTriggers bool
	// IncludeTemplate specifies whether to include the PodTemplateSpec.
	IncludeTemplate bool
	// IncludeReplicationMeta specifies whether to include the replica count and selector.
	IncludeReplicationMeta bool
	// IncludeStrategy specifies whether to include the deployment Strategy.
	IncludeStrategy bool

DeploymentConfigRollbackSpec represents the options for rollback generation.

type DeploymentDetails

type DeploymentDetails struct {
	// Message is the user specified change message, if this deployment was triggered manually by the user
	Message string
	// Causes are extended data associated with all the causes for creating a new deployment
	Causes []*DeploymentCause

DeploymentDetails captures information about the causes of a deployment.

type DeploymentStatus

type DeploymentStatus string

DeploymentStatus describes the possible states a deployment can be in.

const (
	// DeploymentStatusNew means the deployment has been accepted but not yet acted upon.
	DeploymentStatusNew DeploymentStatus = "New"
	// DeploymentStatusPending means the deployment been handed over to a deployment strategy,
	// but the strategy has not yet declared the deployment to be running.
	DeploymentStatusPending DeploymentStatus = "Pending"
	// DeploymentStatusRunning means the deployment strategy has reported the deployment as
	// being in-progress.
	DeploymentStatusRunning DeploymentStatus = "Running"
	// DeploymentStatusComplete means the deployment finished without an error.
	DeploymentStatusComplete DeploymentStatus = "Complete"
	// DeploymentStatusFailed means the deployment finished with an error.
	DeploymentStatusFailed DeploymentStatus = "Failed"

type DeploymentStrategy

type DeploymentStrategy struct {
	// Type is the name of a deployment strategy.
	Type DeploymentStrategyType
	// CustomParams are the input to the Custom deployment strategy.
	CustomParams *CustomDeploymentStrategyParams
	// RecreateParams are the input to the Recreate deployment strategy.
	RecreateParams *RecreateDeploymentStrategyParams
	// RollingParams are the input to the Rolling deployment strategy.
	RollingParams *RollingDeploymentStrategyParams
	// Resources contains resource requirements to execute the deployment
	Resources kapi.ResourceRequirements

DeploymentStrategy describes how to perform a deployment.

type DeploymentStrategyType

type DeploymentStrategyType string

DeploymentStrategyType refers to a specific DeploymentStrategy implementation.

const (
	// DeploymentStrategyTypeRecreate is a simple strategy suitable as a default.
	DeploymentStrategyTypeRecreate DeploymentStrategyType = "Recreate"
	// DeploymentStrategyTypeCustom is a user defined strategy.
	DeploymentStrategyTypeCustom DeploymentStrategyType = "Custom"
	// DeploymentStrategyTypeRolling uses the Kubernetes RollingUpdater.
	DeploymentStrategyTypeRolling DeploymentStrategyType = "Rolling"

type DeploymentTemplate

type DeploymentTemplate struct {
	// Strategy describes how a deployment is executed.
	Strategy DeploymentStrategy
	// ControllerTemplate is the desired replication state the deployment works to materialize.
	ControllerTemplate kapi.ReplicationControllerSpec

DeploymentTemplate contains all the necessary information to create a deployment from a DeploymentStrategy.

type DeploymentTriggerImageChangeParams

type DeploymentTriggerImageChangeParams struct {
	// Automatic means that the detection of a new tag value should result in a new deployment.
	Automatic bool
	// ContainerNames is used to restrict tag updates to the specified set of container names in a pod.
	ContainerNames []string
	// RepositoryName is the identifier for a Docker image repository to watch for changes.
	// DEPRECATED: will be removed in v1beta3.
	RepositoryName string
	// From is a reference to a Docker image repository to watch for changes. This field takes
	// precedence over RepositoryName, which is deprecated and will be removed in v1beta3. The
	// Kind may be left blank, in which case it defaults to "ImageRepository". The "Name" is
	// the only required subfield - if Namespace is blank, the namespace of the current deployment
	// trigger will be used.
	From kapi.ObjectReference
	// Tag is the name of an image repository tag to watch for changes.
	Tag string
	// LastTriggeredImage is the last image to be triggered.
	LastTriggeredImage string

DeploymentTriggerImageChangeParams represents the parameters to the ImageChange trigger.

type DeploymentTriggerPolicy

type DeploymentTriggerPolicy struct {
	// Type of the trigger
	Type DeploymentTriggerType
	// ImageChangeParams represents the parameters for the ImageChange trigger.
	ImageChangeParams *DeploymentTriggerImageChangeParams

DeploymentTriggerPolicy describes a policy for a single trigger that results in a new deployment.

type DeploymentTriggerType

type DeploymentTriggerType string

DeploymentTriggerType refers to a specific DeploymentTriggerPolicy implementation.

const (
	// DeploymentTriggerManual is a placeholder implementation which does nothing.
	DeploymentTriggerManual DeploymentTriggerType = "Manual"
	// DeploymentTriggerOnImageChange will create new deployments in response to updated tags from
	// a Docker image repository.
	DeploymentTriggerOnImageChange DeploymentTriggerType = "ImageChange"
	// DeploymentTriggerOnConfigChange will create new deployments in response to changes to
	// the ControllerTemplate of a DeploymentConfig.
	DeploymentTriggerOnConfigChange DeploymentTriggerType = "ConfigChange"

type ExecNewPodHook added in v0.4.4

type ExecNewPodHook struct {
	// Command is the action command and its arguments.
	Command []string
	// Env is a set of environment variables to supply to the hook pod's container.
	Env []kapi.EnvVar
	// ContainerName is the name of a container in the deployment pod template
	// whose Docker image will be used for the hook pod's container.
	ContainerName string

ExecNewPodHook is a hook implementation which runs a command in a new pod based on the specified container which is assumed to be part of the deployment template.

type LifecycleHook added in v0.4.4

type LifecycleHook struct {
	// FailurePolicy specifies what action to take if the hook fails.
	FailurePolicy LifecycleHookFailurePolicy
	// ExecNewPod specifies the options for a lifecycle hook backed by a pod.
	ExecNewPod *ExecNewPodHook

LifecycleHook defines a specific deployment lifecycle action.

type LifecycleHookFailurePolicy added in v0.4.4

type LifecycleHookFailurePolicy string

LifecycleHookFailurePolicy describes possibles actions to take if a hook fails.

const (
	// LifecycleHookFailurePolicyRetry means retry the hook until it succeeds.
	LifecycleHookFailurePolicyRetry LifecycleHookFailurePolicy = "Retry"
	// LifecycleHookFailurePolicyAbort means abort the deployment (if possible).
	LifecycleHookFailurePolicyAbort LifecycleHookFailurePolicy = "Abort"
	// LifecycleHookFailurePolicyIgnore means ignore failure and continue the deployment.
	LifecycleHookFailurePolicyIgnore LifecycleHookFailurePolicy = "Ignore"

type RecreateDeploymentStrategyParams added in v0.4.4

type RecreateDeploymentStrategyParams struct {
	// Pre is a lifecycle hook which is executed before the strategy manipulates
	// the deployment. All LifecycleHookFailurePolicy values are supported.
	Pre *LifecycleHook
	// Post is a lifecycle hook which is executed after the strategy has
	// finished all deployment logic. The LifecycleHookFailurePolicyAbort policy
	// is NOT supported.
	Post *LifecycleHook

RecreateDeploymentStrategyParams are the input to the Recreate deployment strategy.

type RollingDeploymentStrategyParams added in v0.5.1

type RollingDeploymentStrategyParams struct {
	// UpdatePeriodSeconds is the time to wait between individual pod updates.
	// If the value is nil, a default will be used.
	UpdatePeriodSeconds *int64
	// IntervalSeconds is the time to wait between polling deployment status
	// after update. If the value is nil, a default will be used.
	IntervalSeconds *int64
	// TimeoutSeconds is the time to wait for updates before giving up. If the
	// value is nil, a default will be used.
	TimeoutSeconds *int64
	// Pre is a lifecycle hook which is executed before the deployment process
	// begins. All LifecycleHookFailurePolicy values are supported.
	Pre *LifecycleHook
	// Post is a lifecycle hook which is executed after the strategy has
	// finished all deployment logic. The LifecycleHookFailurePolicyAbort policy
	// is NOT supported.
	Post *LifecycleHook

RollingDeploymentStrategyParams are the input to the Rolling deployment strategy.


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