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etcd/clientv3 is the official Go etcd client for v3.

Install

go get go.etcd.io/etcd/client/v3

Get started

Create client using clientv3.New:

cli, err := clientv3.New(clientv3.Config{
	Endpoints:   []string{"localhost:2379", "localhost:22379", "localhost:32379"},
	DialTimeout: 5 * time.Second,
})
if err != nil {
	// handle error!
}
defer cli.Close()

etcd v3 uses gRPC for remote procedure calls. And clientv3 uses grpc-go to connect to etcd. Make sure to close the client after using it. If the client is not closed, the connection will have leaky goroutines. To specify client request timeout, pass context.WithTimeout to APIs:

ctx, cancel := context.WithTimeout(context.Background(), timeout)
resp, err := cli.Put(ctx, "sample_key", "sample_value")
cancel()
if err != nil {
    // handle error!
}
// use the response

For full compatibility, it is recommended to install released versions of clients using go modules.

Error Handling

etcd client returns 2 types of errors:

  1. context error: canceled or deadline exceeded.
  2. gRPC error: see api/v3rpc/rpctypes.

Here is the example code to handle client errors:

resp, err := cli.Put(ctx, "", "")
if err != nil {
	switch err {
	case context.Canceled:
		log.Fatalf("ctx is canceled by another routine: %v", err)
	case context.DeadlineExceeded:
		log.Fatalf("ctx is attached with a deadline is exceeded: %v", err)
	case rpctypes.ErrEmptyKey:
		log.Fatalf("client-side error: %v", err)
	default:
		log.Fatalf("bad cluster endpoints, which are not etcd servers: %v", err)
	}
}

Metrics

The etcd client optionally exposes RPC metrics through go-grpc-prometheus. See the examples.

Namespacing

The namespace package provides clientv3 interface wrappers to transparently isolate client requests to a user-defined prefix.

Request size limit

Client request size limit is configurable via clientv3.Config.MaxCallSendMsgSize and MaxCallRecvMsgSize in bytes. If none given, client request send limit defaults to 2 MiB including gRPC overhead bytes. And receive limit defaults to math.MaxInt32.

Examples

More code examples can be found at GoDoc.

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Documentation

Overview

Package clientv3 implements the official Go etcd client for v3.

Create client using `clientv3.New`:

// expect dial time-out on ipv4 blackhole
_, err := clientv3.New(clientv3.Config{
	Endpoints:   []string{"http://254.0.0.1:12345"},
	DialTimeout: 2 * time.Second,
})

// etcd clientv3 >= v3.2.10, grpc/grpc-go >= v1.7.3
if err == context.DeadlineExceeded {
	// handle errors
}

// etcd clientv3 <= v3.2.9, grpc/grpc-go <= v1.2.1
if err == grpc.ErrClientConnTimeout {
	// handle errors
}

cli, err := clientv3.New(clientv3.Config{
	Endpoints:   []string{"localhost:2379", "localhost:22379", "localhost:32379"},
	DialTimeout: 5 * time.Second,
})
if err != nil {
	// handle error!
}
defer cli.Close()

Make sure to close the client after using it. If the client is not closed, the connection will have leaky goroutines.

To specify a client request timeout, wrap the context with context.WithTimeout:

ctx, cancel := context.WithTimeout(context.Background(), timeout)
resp, err := kvc.Put(ctx, "sample_key", "sample_value")
cancel()
if err != nil {
    // handle error!
}
// use the response

The Client has internal state (watchers and leases), so Clients should be reused instead of created as needed. Clients are safe for concurrent use by multiple goroutines.

etcd client returns 3 types of errors:

1. context error: canceled or deadline exceeded.
2. gRPC status error: e.g. when clock drifts in server-side before client's context deadline exceeded.
3. gRPC error: see https://github.com/etcd-io/etcd/blob/master/etcdserver/api/v3rpc/rpctypes/error.go

Here is the example code to handle client errors:

resp, err := kvc.Put(ctx, "", "")
if err != nil {
	if err == context.Canceled {
		// ctx is canceled by another routine
	} else if err == context.DeadlineExceeded {
		// ctx is attached with a deadline and it exceeded
	} else if err == rpctypes.ErrEmptyKey {
		// client-side error: key is not provided
	} else if ev, ok := status.FromError(err); ok {
		code := ev.Code()
		if code == codes.DeadlineExceeded {
			// server-side context might have timed-out first (due to clock skew)
			// while original client-side context is not timed-out yet
		}
	} else {
		// bad cluster endpoints, which are not etcd servers
	}
}

go func() { cli.Close() }()
_, err := kvc.Get(ctx, "a")
if err != nil {
	// with etcd clientv3 <= v3.3
	if err == context.Canceled {
		// grpc balancer calls 'Get' with an inflight client.Close
	} else if err == grpc.ErrClientConnClosing { // <= gRCP v1.7.x
		// grpc balancer calls 'Get' after client.Close.
	}
	// with etcd clientv3 >= v3.4
	if clientv3.IsConnCanceled(err) {
		// gRPC client connection is closed
	}
}

The grpc load balancer is registered statically and is shared across etcd clients. To enable detailed load balancer logging, set the ETCD_CLIENT_DEBUG environment variable. E.g. "ETCD_CLIENT_DEBUG=1".

Index

Constants

const (
	PermRead      = authpb.READ
	PermWrite     = authpb.WRITE
	PermReadWrite = authpb.READWRITE
)

const (
	EventTypeDelete = mvccpb.DELETE
	EventTypePut    = mvccpb.PUT
)

const MaxLeaseTTL = 9000000000

MaxLeaseTTL is the maximum lease TTL value


Variables

var (
	ErrNoAvailableEndpoints = errors.New("etcdclient: no available endpoints")
	ErrOldCluster           = errors.New("etcdclient: old cluster version")
)

var LeaseResponseChSize = 16

LeaseResponseChSize is the size of buffer to store unsent lease responses. WARNING: DO NOT UPDATE. Only for testing purposes.


Functions

func GetLogger

func GetLogger() logutil.Logger

GetLogger returns the current logutil.Logger.

func GetPrefixRangeEnd

func GetPrefixRangeEnd(prefix string) string

GetPrefixRangeEnd gets the range end of the prefix. 'Get(foo, WithPrefix())' is equal to 'Get(foo, WithRange(GetPrefixRangeEnd(foo))'.

func IsConnCanceled

func IsConnCanceled(err error) bool

IsConnCanceled returns true, if error is from a closed gRPC connection. ref. https://github.com/grpc/grpc-go/pull/1854

func IsOptsWithFromKey

func IsOptsWithFromKey(opts []OpOption) bool

IsOptsWithFromKey returns true if WithFromKey option is called in the given opts.

func IsOptsWithPrefix

func IsOptsWithPrefix(opts []OpOption) bool

IsOptsWithPrefix returns true if WithPrefix option is called in the given opts.

func NewLogger

func NewLogger(gl grpclog.LoggerV2) logutil.Logger

NewLogger returns a new Logger with logutil.Logger.

func RetryAuthClient

func RetryAuthClient(c *Client) pb.AuthClient

RetryAuthClient implements a AuthClient.

func RetryClusterClient

func RetryClusterClient(c *Client) pb.ClusterClient

RetryClusterClient implements a ClusterClient.

func RetryKVClient

func RetryKVClient(c *Client) pb.KVClient

RetryKVClient implements a KVClient.

func RetryLeaseClient

func RetryLeaseClient(c *Client) pb.LeaseClient

RetryLeaseClient implements a LeaseClient.

func RetryMaintenanceClient

func RetryMaintenanceClient(c *Client, conn *grpc.ClientConn) pb.MaintenanceClient

RetryMaintenanceClient implements a Maintenance.

func SetLogger

func SetLogger(l grpclog.LoggerV2)

SetLogger sets client-side Logger.

func WithRequireLeader

func WithRequireLeader(ctx context.Context) context.Context

WithRequireLeader requires client requests to only succeed when the cluster has a leader.

Types

type AlarmMember

type AlarmMember pb.AlarmMember

type AlarmResponse

type AlarmResponse pb.AlarmResponse

type Auth

type Auth interface {
	// Authenticate login and get token
	Authenticate(ctx context.Context, name string, password string) (*AuthenticateResponse, error)

	// AuthEnable enables auth of an etcd cluster.
	AuthEnable(ctx context.Context) (*AuthEnableResponse, error)

	// AuthDisable disables auth of an etcd cluster.
	AuthDisable(ctx context.Context) (*AuthDisableResponse, error)

	// AuthStatus returns the status of auth of an etcd cluster.
	AuthStatus(ctx context.Context) (*AuthStatusResponse, error)

	// UserAdd adds a new user to an etcd cluster.
	UserAdd(ctx context.Context, name string, password string) (*AuthUserAddResponse, error)

	// UserAddWithOptions adds a new user to an etcd cluster with some options.
	UserAddWithOptions(ctx context.Context, name string, password string, opt *UserAddOptions) (*AuthUserAddResponse, error)

	// UserDelete deletes a user from an etcd cluster.
	UserDelete(ctx context.Context, name string) (*AuthUserDeleteResponse, error)

	// UserChangePassword changes a password of a user.
	UserChangePassword(ctx context.Context, name string, password string) (*AuthUserChangePasswordResponse, error)

	// UserGrantRole grants a role to a user.
	UserGrantRole(ctx context.Context, user string, role string) (*AuthUserGrantRoleResponse, error)

	// UserGet gets a detailed information of a user.
	UserGet(ctx context.Context, name string) (*AuthUserGetResponse, error)

	// UserList gets a list of all users.
	UserList(ctx context.Context) (*AuthUserListResponse, error)

	// UserRevokeRole revokes a role of a user.
	UserRevokeRole(ctx context.Context, name string, role string) (*AuthUserRevokeRoleResponse, error)

	// RoleAdd adds a new role to an etcd cluster.
	RoleAdd(ctx context.Context, name string) (*AuthRoleAddResponse, error)

	// RoleGrantPermission grants a permission to a role.
	RoleGrantPermission(ctx context.Context, name string, key, rangeEnd string, permType PermissionType) (*AuthRoleGrantPermissionResponse, error)

	// RoleGet gets a detailed information of a role.
	RoleGet(ctx context.Context, role string) (*AuthRoleGetResponse, error)

	// RoleList gets a list of all roles.
	RoleList(ctx context.Context) (*AuthRoleListResponse, error)

	// RoleRevokePermission revokes a permission from a role.
	RoleRevokePermission(ctx context.Context, role string, key, rangeEnd string) (*AuthRoleRevokePermissionResponse, error)

	// RoleDelete deletes a role.
	RoleDelete(ctx context.Context, role string) (*AuthRoleDeleteResponse, error)
}

func NewAuth

func NewAuth(c *Client) Auth

func NewAuthFromAuthClient

func NewAuthFromAuthClient(remote pb.AuthClient, c *Client) Auth

type AuthDisableResponse

type AuthDisableResponse pb.AuthDisableResponse

type AuthEnableResponse

type AuthEnableResponse pb.AuthEnableResponse

type AuthRoleAddResponse

type AuthRoleAddResponse pb.AuthRoleAddResponse

type AuthRoleDeleteResponse

type AuthRoleDeleteResponse pb.AuthRoleDeleteResponse

type AuthRoleGetResponse

type AuthRoleGetResponse pb.AuthRoleGetResponse

type AuthRoleGrantPermissionResponse

type AuthRoleGrantPermissionResponse pb.AuthRoleGrantPermissionResponse

type AuthRoleListResponse

type AuthRoleListResponse pb.AuthRoleListResponse

type AuthRoleRevokePermissionResponse

type AuthRoleRevokePermissionResponse pb.AuthRoleRevokePermissionResponse

type AuthStatusResponse

type AuthStatusResponse pb.AuthStatusResponse

type AuthUserAddResponse

type AuthUserAddResponse pb.AuthUserAddResponse

type AuthUserChangePasswordResponse

type AuthUserChangePasswordResponse pb.AuthUserChangePasswordResponse

type AuthUserDeleteResponse

type AuthUserDeleteResponse pb.AuthUserDeleteResponse

type AuthUserGetResponse

type AuthUserGetResponse pb.AuthUserGetResponse

type AuthUserGrantRoleResponse

type AuthUserGrantRoleResponse pb.AuthUserGrantRoleResponse

type AuthUserListResponse

type AuthUserListResponse pb.AuthUserListResponse

type AuthUserRevokeRoleResponse

type AuthUserRevokeRoleResponse pb.AuthUserRevokeRoleResponse

type AuthenticateResponse

type AuthenticateResponse pb.AuthenticateResponse

type Client

type Client struct {
	Cluster
	KV
	Lease
	Watcher
	Auth
	Maintenance

	// Username is a user name for authentication.
	Username string
	// Password is a password for authentication.
	Password string
	// contains filtered or unexported fields
}

Client provides and manages an etcd v3 client session.

func New

func New(cfg Config) (*Client, error)

New creates a new etcdv3 client from a given configuration.

func NewCtxClient

func NewCtxClient(ctx context.Context) *Client

NewCtxClient creates a client with a context but no underlying grpc connection. This is useful for embedded cases that override the service interface implementations and do not need connection management.

func NewFromURL

func NewFromURL(url string) (*Client, error)

NewFromURL creates a new etcdv3 client from a URL.

func NewFromURLs

func NewFromURLs(urls []string) (*Client, error)

NewFromURLs creates a new etcdv3 client from URLs.

func (*Client) ActiveConnection

func (c *Client) ActiveConnection() *grpc.ClientConn

ActiveConnection returns the current in-use connection

func (*Client) Close

func (c *Client) Close() error

Close shuts down the client's etcd connections.

func (*Client) Ctx

func (c *Client) Ctx() context.Context

Ctx is a context for "out of band" messages (e.g., for sending "clean up" message when another context is canceled). It is canceled on client Close().

func (*Client) Dial

func (c *Client) Dial(ep string) (*grpc.ClientConn, error)

Dial connects to a single endpoint using the client's config.

func (*Client) Endpoints

func (c *Client) Endpoints() []string

Endpoints lists the registered endpoints for the client.

func (*Client) SetEndpoints

func (c *Client) SetEndpoints(eps ...string)

SetEndpoints updates client's endpoints.

func (*Client) Sync

func (c *Client) Sync(ctx context.Context) error

Sync synchronizes client's endpoints with the known endpoints from the etcd membership.

func (*Client) WithLogger

func (c *Client) WithLogger(lg *zap.Logger) *Client

WithLogger sets a logger

type Cluster

type Cluster interface {
	// MemberList lists the current cluster membership.
	MemberList(ctx context.Context) (*MemberListResponse, error)

	// MemberAdd adds a new member into the cluster.
	MemberAdd(ctx context.Context, peerAddrs []string) (*MemberAddResponse, error)

	// MemberAddAsLearner adds a new learner member into the cluster.
	MemberAddAsLearner(ctx context.Context, peerAddrs []string) (*MemberAddResponse, error)

	// MemberRemove removes an existing member from the cluster.
	MemberRemove(ctx context.Context, id uint64) (*MemberRemoveResponse, error)

	// MemberUpdate updates the peer addresses of the member.
	MemberUpdate(ctx context.Context, id uint64, peerAddrs []string) (*MemberUpdateResponse, error)

	// MemberPromote promotes a member from raft learner (non-voting) to raft voting member.
	MemberPromote(ctx context.Context, id uint64) (*MemberPromoteResponse, error)
}

func NewCluster

func NewCluster(c *Client) Cluster

func NewClusterFromClusterClient

func NewClusterFromClusterClient(remote pb.ClusterClient, c *Client) Cluster

type Cmp

type Cmp pb.Compare

func Compare

func Compare(cmp Cmp, result string, v interface{}) Cmp

func CreateRevision

func CreateRevision(key string) Cmp

func LeaseValue

func LeaseValue(key string) Cmp

LeaseValue compares a key's LeaseID to a value of your choosing. The empty LeaseID is 0, otherwise known as `NoLease`.

func ModRevision

func ModRevision(key string) Cmp

func Value

func Value(key string) Cmp

func Version

func Version(key string) Cmp

func (*Cmp) KeyBytes

func (cmp *Cmp) KeyBytes() []byte

KeyBytes returns the byte slice holding with the comparison key.

func (*Cmp) ValueBytes

func (cmp *Cmp) ValueBytes() []byte

ValueBytes returns the byte slice holding the comparison value, if any.

func (*Cmp) WithKeyBytes

func (cmp *Cmp) WithKeyBytes(key []byte)

WithKeyBytes sets the byte slice for the comparison key.

func (Cmp) WithPrefix

func (cmp Cmp) WithPrefix() Cmp

WithPrefix sets the comparison to scan all keys prefixed by the key.

func (Cmp) WithRange

func (cmp Cmp) WithRange(end string) Cmp

WithRange sets the comparison to scan the range [key, end).

func (*Cmp) WithValueBytes

func (cmp *Cmp) WithValueBytes(v []byte)

WithValueBytes sets the byte slice for the comparison's value.

type CompactOp

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

CompactOp represents a compact operation.

func OpCompact

func OpCompact(rev int64, opts ...CompactOption) CompactOp

OpCompact wraps slice CompactOption to create a CompactOp.

type CompactOption

type CompactOption func(*CompactOp)

CompactOption configures compact operation.

func WithCompactPhysical

func WithCompactPhysical() CompactOption

WithCompactPhysical makes Compact wait until all compacted entries are removed from the etcd server's storage.

type CompactResponse

type CompactResponse pb.CompactionResponse

type CompareResult

type CompareResult int

type CompareTarget

type CompareTarget int
const (
	CompareVersion CompareTarget = iota
	CompareCreated
	CompareModified
	CompareValue
)

type Config

type Config struct {
	// Endpoints is a list of URLs.
	Endpoints []string `json:"endpoints"`

	// AutoSyncInterval is the interval to update endpoints with its latest members.
	// 0 disables auto-sync. By default auto-sync is disabled.
	AutoSyncInterval time.Duration `json:"auto-sync-interval"`

	// DialTimeout is the timeout for failing to establish a connection.
	DialTimeout time.Duration `json:"dial-timeout"`

	// DialKeepAliveTime is the time after which client pings the server to see if
	// transport is alive.
	DialKeepAliveTime time.Duration `json:"dial-keep-alive-time"`

	// DialKeepAliveTimeout is the time that the client waits for a response for the
	// keep-alive probe. If the response is not received in this time, the connection is closed.
	DialKeepAliveTimeout time.Duration `json:"dial-keep-alive-timeout"`

	// MaxCallSendMsgSize is the client-side request send limit in bytes.
	// If 0, it defaults to 2.0 MiB (2 * 1024 * 1024).
	// Make sure that "MaxCallSendMsgSize" < server-side default send/recv limit.
	// ("--max-request-bytes" flag to etcd or "embed.Config.MaxRequestBytes").
	MaxCallSendMsgSize int

	// MaxCallRecvMsgSize is the client-side response receive limit.
	// If 0, it defaults to "math.MaxInt32", because range response can
	// easily exceed request send limits.
	// Make sure that "MaxCallRecvMsgSize" >= server-side default send/recv limit.
	// ("--max-request-bytes" flag to etcd or "embed.Config.MaxRequestBytes").
	MaxCallRecvMsgSize int

	// TLS holds the client secure credentials, if any.
	TLS *tls.Config

	// Username is a user name for authentication.
	Username string `json:"username"`

	// Password is a password for authentication.
	Password string `json:"password"`

	// RejectOldCluster when set will refuse to create a client against an outdated cluster.
	RejectOldCluster bool `json:"reject-old-cluster"`

	// DialOptions is a list of dial options for the grpc client (e.g., for interceptors).
	// For example, pass "grpc.WithBlock()" to block until the underlying connection is up.
	// Without this, Dial returns immediately and connecting the server happens in background.
	DialOptions []grpc.DialOption

	// Context is the default client context; it can be used to cancel grpc dial out and
	// other operations that do not have an explicit context.
	Context context.Context

	// LogConfig configures client-side logger.
	// If nil, use the default logger.
	// TODO: configure gRPC logger
	LogConfig *zap.Config

	// PermitWithoutStream when set will allow client to send keepalive pings to server without any active streams(RPCs).
	PermitWithoutStream bool `json:"permit-without-stream"`
}

type DefragmentResponse

type DefragmentResponse pb.DefragmentResponse

type DeleteResponse

type DeleteResponse pb.DeleteRangeResponse

func (*DeleteResponse) OpResponse

func (resp *DeleteResponse) OpResponse() OpResponse

type ErrKeepAliveHalted

type ErrKeepAliveHalted struct {
	Reason error
}

ErrKeepAliveHalted is returned if client keep alive loop halts with an unexpected error.

This usually means that automatic lease renewal via KeepAlive is broken, but KeepAliveOnce will still work as expected.

func (ErrKeepAliveHalted) Error

func (e ErrKeepAliveHalted) Error() string

type Event

type Event mvccpb.Event

func (*Event) IsCreate

func (e *Event) IsCreate() bool

IsCreate returns true if the event tells that the key is newly created.

func (*Event) IsModify

func (e *Event) IsModify() bool

IsModify returns true if the event tells that a new value is put on existing key.

type GetResponse

type GetResponse pb.RangeResponse

func (*GetResponse) OpResponse

func (resp *GetResponse) OpResponse() OpResponse

type HashKVResponse

type HashKVResponse pb.HashKVResponse

type KV

type KV interface {
	// Put puts a key-value pair into etcd.
	// Note that key,value can be plain bytes array and string is
	// an immutable representation of that bytes array.
	// To get a string of bytes, do string([]byte{0x10, 0x20}).
	Put(ctx context.Context, key, val string, opts ...OpOption) (*PutResponse, error)

	// Get retrieves keys.
	// By default, Get will return the value for "key", if any.
	// When passed WithRange(end), Get will return the keys in the range [key, end).
	// When passed WithFromKey(), Get returns keys greater than or equal to key.
	// When passed WithRev(rev) with rev > 0, Get retrieves keys at the given revision;
	// if the required revision is compacted, the request will fail with ErrCompacted .
	// When passed WithLimit(limit), the number of returned keys is bounded by limit.
	// When passed WithSort(), the keys will be sorted.
	Get(ctx context.Context, key string, opts ...OpOption) (*GetResponse, error)

	// Delete deletes a key, or optionally using WithRange(end), [key, end).
	Delete(ctx context.Context, key string, opts ...OpOption) (*DeleteResponse, error)

	// Compact compacts etcd KV history before the given rev.
	Compact(ctx context.Context, rev int64, opts ...CompactOption) (*CompactResponse, error)

	// Do applies a single Op on KV without a transaction.
	// Do is useful when creating arbitrary operations to be issued at a
	// later time; the user can range over the operations, calling Do to
	// execute them. Get/Put/Delete, on the other hand, are best suited
	// for when the operation should be issued at the time of declaration.
	Do(ctx context.Context, op Op) (OpResponse, error)

	// Txn creates a transaction.
	Txn(ctx context.Context) Txn
}

func NewKV

func NewKV(c *Client) KV

func NewKVFromKVClient

func NewKVFromKVClient(remote pb.KVClient, c *Client) KV

type Lease

type Lease interface {
	// Grant creates a new lease.
	Grant(ctx context.Context, ttl int64) (*LeaseGrantResponse, error)

	// Revoke revokes the given lease.
	Revoke(ctx context.Context, id LeaseID) (*LeaseRevokeResponse, error)

	// TimeToLive retrieves the lease information of the given lease ID.
	TimeToLive(ctx context.Context, id LeaseID, opts ...LeaseOption) (*LeaseTimeToLiveResponse, error)

	// Leases retrieves all leases.
	Leases(ctx context.Context) (*LeaseLeasesResponse, error)

	// KeepAlive attempts to keep the given lease alive forever. If the keepalive responses posted
	// to the channel are not consumed promptly the channel may become full. When full, the lease
	// client will continue sending keep alive requests to the etcd server, but will drop responses
	// until there is capacity on the channel to send more responses.
	//
	// If client keep alive loop halts with an unexpected error (e.g. "etcdserver: no leader") or
	// canceled by the caller (e.g. context.Canceled), KeepAlive returns a ErrKeepAliveHalted error
	// containing the error reason.
	//
	// The returned "LeaseKeepAliveResponse" channel closes if underlying keep
	// alive stream is interrupted in some way the client cannot handle itself;
	// given context "ctx" is canceled or timed out.
	//
	// TODO(v4.0): post errors to last keep alive message before closing
	// (see https://github.com/etcd-io/etcd/pull/7866)
	KeepAlive(ctx context.Context, id LeaseID) (<-chan *LeaseKeepAliveResponse, error)

	// KeepAliveOnce renews the lease once. The response corresponds to the
	// first message from calling KeepAlive. If the response has a recoverable
	// error, KeepAliveOnce will retry the RPC with a new keep alive message.
	//
	// In most of the cases, Keepalive should be used instead of KeepAliveOnce.
	KeepAliveOnce(ctx context.Context, id LeaseID) (*LeaseKeepAliveResponse, error)

	// Close releases all resources Lease keeps for efficient communication
	// with the etcd server.
	Close() error
}

func NewLease

func NewLease(c *Client) Lease

func NewLeaseFromLeaseClient

func NewLeaseFromLeaseClient(remote pb.LeaseClient, c *Client, keepAliveTimeout time.Duration) Lease

type LeaseGrantResponse

type LeaseGrantResponse struct {
	*pb.ResponseHeader
	ID    LeaseID
	TTL   int64
	Error string
}

LeaseGrantResponse wraps the protobuf message LeaseGrantResponse.

type LeaseID

type LeaseID int64
const (

	// NoLease is a lease ID for the absence of a lease.
	NoLease LeaseID = 0
)

type LeaseKeepAliveResponse

type LeaseKeepAliveResponse struct {
	*pb.ResponseHeader
	ID  LeaseID
	TTL int64
}

LeaseKeepAliveResponse wraps the protobuf message LeaseKeepAliveResponse.

type LeaseLeasesResponse

type LeaseLeasesResponse struct {
	*pb.ResponseHeader
	Leases []LeaseStatus `json:"leases"`
}

LeaseLeasesResponse wraps the protobuf message LeaseLeasesResponse.

type LeaseOp

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

LeaseOp represents an Operation that lease can execute.

type LeaseOption

type LeaseOption func(*LeaseOp)

LeaseOption configures lease operations.

func WithAttachedKeys

func WithAttachedKeys() LeaseOption

WithAttachedKeys makes TimeToLive list the keys attached to the given lease ID.

type LeaseRevokeResponse

type LeaseRevokeResponse pb.LeaseRevokeResponse

type LeaseStatus

type LeaseStatus struct {
	ID LeaseID `json:"id"`
}

LeaseStatus represents a lease status.

type LeaseTimeToLiveResponse

type LeaseTimeToLiveResponse struct {
	*pb.ResponseHeader
	ID LeaseID `json:"id"`

	// TTL is the remaining TTL in seconds for the lease; the lease will expire in under TTL+1 seconds. Expired lease will return -1.
	TTL int64 `json:"ttl"`

	// GrantedTTL is the initial granted time in seconds upon lease creation/renewal.
	GrantedTTL int64 `json:"granted-ttl"`

	// Keys is the list of keys attached to this lease.
	Keys [][]byte `json:"keys"`
}

LeaseTimeToLiveResponse wraps the protobuf message LeaseTimeToLiveResponse.

type Maintenance

type Maintenance interface {
	// AlarmList gets all active alarms.
	AlarmList(ctx context.Context) (*AlarmResponse, error)

	// AlarmDisarm disarms a given alarm.
	AlarmDisarm(ctx context.Context, m *AlarmMember) (*AlarmResponse, error)

	// Defragment releases wasted space from internal fragmentation on a given etcd member.
	// Defragment is only needed when deleting a large number of keys and want to reclaim
	// the resources.
	// Defragment is an expensive operation. User should avoid defragmenting multiple members
	// at the same time.
	// To defragment multiple members in the cluster, user need to call defragment multiple
	// times with different endpoints.
	Defragment(ctx context.Context, endpoint string) (*DefragmentResponse, error)

	// Status gets the status of the endpoint.
	Status(ctx context.Context, endpoint string) (*StatusResponse, error)

	// HashKV returns a hash of the KV state at the time of the RPC.
	// If revision is zero, the hash is computed on all keys. If the revision
	// is non-zero, the hash is computed on all keys at or below the given revision.
	HashKV(ctx context.Context, endpoint string, rev int64) (*HashKVResponse, error)

	// Snapshot provides a reader for a point-in-time snapshot of etcd.
	// If the context "ctx" is canceled or timed out, reading from returned
	// "io.ReadCloser" would error out (e.g. context.Canceled, context.DeadlineExceeded).
	Snapshot(ctx context.Context) (io.ReadCloser, error)

	// MoveLeader requests current leader to transfer its leadership to the transferee.
	// Request must be made to the leader.
	MoveLeader(ctx context.Context, transfereeID uint64) (*MoveLeaderResponse, error)
}

func NewMaintenance

func NewMaintenance(c *Client) Maintenance

func NewMaintenanceFromMaintenanceClient

func NewMaintenanceFromMaintenanceClient(remote pb.MaintenanceClient, c *Client) Maintenance

type Member

type Member pb.Member

type MemberAddResponse

type MemberAddResponse pb.MemberAddResponse

type MemberListResponse

type MemberListResponse pb.MemberListResponse

type MemberPromoteResponse

type MemberPromoteResponse pb.MemberPromoteResponse

type MemberRemoveResponse

type MemberRemoveResponse pb.MemberRemoveResponse

type MemberUpdateResponse

type MemberUpdateResponse pb.MemberUpdateResponse

type MoveLeaderResponse

type MoveLeaderResponse pb.MoveLeaderResponse

type Op

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

Op represents an Operation that kv can execute.

func OpDelete

func OpDelete(key string, opts ...OpOption) Op

OpDelete returns "delete" operation based on given key and operation options.

func OpGet

func OpGet(key string, opts ...OpOption) Op

OpGet returns "get" operation based on given key and operation options.

func OpPut

func OpPut(key, val string, opts ...OpOption) Op

OpPut returns "put" operation based on given key-value and operation options.

func OpTxn

func OpTxn(cmps []Cmp, thenOps []Op, elseOps []Op) Op

OpTxn returns "txn" operation based on given transaction conditions.

func (Op) IsCountOnly

func (op Op) IsCountOnly() bool

IsCountOnly returns whether countOnly is set.

func (Op) IsDelete

func (op Op) IsDelete() bool

IsDelete returns true iff the operation is a Delete.

func (Op) IsGet

func (op Op) IsGet() bool

IsGet returns true iff the operation is a Get.

func (Op) IsKeysOnly

func (op Op) IsKeysOnly() bool

IsKeysOnly returns whether keysOnly is set.

func (Op) IsPut

func (op Op) IsPut() bool

IsPut returns true iff the operation is a Put.

func (Op) IsSerializable

func (op Op) IsSerializable() bool

IsSerializable returns true if the serializable field is true.

func (Op) IsTxn

func (op Op) IsTxn() bool

IsTxn returns true if the "Op" type is transaction.

func (Op) KeyBytes

func (op Op) KeyBytes() []byte

KeyBytes returns the byte slice holding the Op's key.

func (Op) MaxCreateRev

func (op Op) MaxCreateRev() int64

MaxCreateRev returns the operation's maximum create revision.

func (Op) MaxModRev

func (op Op) MaxModRev() int64

MaxModRev returns the operation's maximum modify revision.

func (Op) MinCreateRev

func (op Op) MinCreateRev() int64

MinCreateRev returns the operation's minimum create revision.

func (Op) MinModRev

func (op Op) MinModRev() int64

MinModRev returns the operation's minimum modify revision.

func (Op) RangeBytes

func (op Op) RangeBytes() []byte

RangeBytes returns the byte slice holding with the Op's range end, if any.

func (Op) Rev

func (op Op) Rev() int64

Rev returns the requested revision, if any.

func (Op) Txn

func (op Op) Txn() ([]Cmp, []Op, []Op)

Txn returns the comparison(if) operations, "then" operations, and "else" operations.

func (Op) ValueBytes

func (op Op) ValueBytes() []byte

ValueBytes returns the byte slice holding the Op's value, if any.

func (*Op) WithKeyBytes

func (op *Op) WithKeyBytes(key []byte)

WithKeyBytes sets the byte slice for the Op's key.

func (*Op) WithRangeBytes

func (op *Op) WithRangeBytes(end []byte)

WithRangeBytes sets the byte slice for the Op's range end.

func (*Op) WithValueBytes

func (op *Op) WithValueBytes(v []byte)

WithValueBytes sets the byte slice for the Op's value.

type OpOption

type OpOption func(*Op)

OpOption configures Operations like Get, Put, Delete.

func WithCountOnly

func WithCountOnly() OpOption

WithCountOnly makes the 'Get' request return only the count of keys.

func WithCreatedNotify

func WithCreatedNotify() OpOption

WithCreatedNotify makes watch server sends the created event.

func WithFilterDelete

func WithFilterDelete() OpOption

WithFilterDelete discards DELETE events from the watcher.

func WithFilterPut

func WithFilterPut() OpOption

WithFilterPut discards PUT events from the watcher.

func WithFirstCreate

func WithFirstCreate() []OpOption

WithFirstCreate gets the key with the oldest creation revision in the request range.

func WithFirstKey

func WithFirstKey() []OpOption

WithFirstKey gets the lexically first key in the request range.

func WithFirstRev

func WithFirstRev() []OpOption

WithFirstRev gets the key with the oldest modification revision in the request range.

func WithFragment

func WithFragment() OpOption

WithFragment to receive raw watch response with fragmentation. Fragmentation is disabled by default. If fragmentation is enabled, etcd watch server will split watch response before sending to clients when the total size of watch events exceed server-side request limit. The default server-side request limit is 1.5 MiB, which can be configured as "--max-request-bytes" flag value + gRPC-overhead 512 bytes. See "etcdserver/api/v3rpc/watch.go" for more details.

func WithFromKey

func WithFromKey() OpOption

WithFromKey specifies the range of 'Get', 'Delete', 'Watch' requests to be equal or greater than the key in the argument.

func WithIgnoreLease

func WithIgnoreLease() OpOption

WithIgnoreLease updates the key using its current lease. This option can not be combined with WithLease. Returns an error if the key does not exist.

func WithIgnoreValue

func WithIgnoreValue() OpOption

WithIgnoreValue updates the key using its current value. This option can not be combined with non-empty values. Returns an error if the key does not exist.

func WithKeysOnly

func WithKeysOnly() OpOption

WithKeysOnly makes the 'Get' request return only the keys and the corresponding values will be omitted.

func WithLastCreate

func WithLastCreate() []OpOption

WithLastCreate gets the key with the latest creation revision in the request range.

func WithLastKey

func WithLastKey() []OpOption

WithLastKey gets the lexically last key in the request range.

func WithLastRev

func WithLastRev() []OpOption

WithLastRev gets the key with the latest modification revision in the request range.

func WithLease

func WithLease(leaseID LeaseID) OpOption

WithLease attaches a lease ID to a key in 'Put' request.

func WithLimit

func WithLimit(n int64) OpOption

WithLimit limits the number of results to return from 'Get' request. If WithLimit is given a 0 limit, it is treated as no limit.

func WithMaxCreateRev

func WithMaxCreateRev(rev int64) OpOption

WithMaxCreateRev filters out keys for Get with creation revisions greater than the given revision.

func WithMaxModRev

func WithMaxModRev(rev int64) OpOption

WithMaxModRev filters out keys for Get with modification revisions greater than the given revision.

func WithMinCreateRev

func WithMinCreateRev(rev int64) OpOption

WithMinCreateRev filters out keys for Get with creation revisions less than the given revision.

func WithMinModRev

func WithMinModRev(rev int64) OpOption

WithMinModRev filters out keys for Get with modification revisions less than the given revision.

func WithPrefix

func WithPrefix() OpOption

WithPrefix enables 'Get', 'Delete', or 'Watch' requests to operate on the keys with matching prefix. For example, 'Get(foo, WithPrefix())' can return 'foo1', 'foo2', and so on.

func WithPrevKV

func WithPrevKV() OpOption

WithPrevKV gets the previous key-value pair before the event happens. If the previous KV is already compacted, nothing will be returned.

func WithProgressNotify

func WithProgressNotify() OpOption

WithProgressNotify makes watch server send periodic progress updates every 10 minutes when there is no incoming events. Progress updates have zero events in WatchResponse.

func WithRange

func WithRange(endKey string) OpOption

WithRange specifies the range of 'Get', 'Delete', 'Watch' requests. For example, 'Get' requests with 'WithRange(end)' returns the keys in the range [key, end). endKey must be lexicographically greater than start key.

func WithRev

func WithRev(rev int64) OpOption

WithRev specifies the store revision for 'Get' request. Or the start revision of 'Watch' request.

func WithSerializable

func WithSerializable() OpOption

WithSerializable makes 'Get' request serializable. By default, it's linearizable. Serializable requests are better for lower latency requirement.

func WithSort

func WithSort(target SortTarget, order SortOrder) OpOption

WithSort specifies the ordering in 'Get' request. It requires 'WithRange' and/or 'WithPrefix' to be specified too. 'target' specifies the target to sort by: key, version, revisions, value. 'order' can be either 'SortNone', 'SortAscend', 'SortDescend'.

type OpResponse

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

func (OpResponse) Del

func (op OpResponse) Del() *DeleteResponse

func (OpResponse) Get

func (op OpResponse) Get() *GetResponse

func (OpResponse) Put

func (op OpResponse) Put() *PutResponse

func (OpResponse) Txn

func (op OpResponse) Txn() *TxnResponse

type Permission

type Permission authpb.Permission

type PermissionType

type PermissionType authpb.Permission_Type

func StrToPermissionType

func StrToPermissionType(s string) (PermissionType, error)

type PutResponse

type PutResponse pb.PutResponse

func (*PutResponse) OpResponse

func (resp *PutResponse) OpResponse() OpResponse

type SortOption

type SortOption struct {
	Target SortTarget
	Order  SortOrder
}

type SortOrder

type SortOrder int
const (
	SortNone SortOrder = iota
	SortAscend
	SortDescend
)

type SortTarget

type SortTarget int
const (
	SortByKey SortTarget = iota
	SortByVersion
	SortByCreateRevision
	SortByModRevision
	SortByValue
)

type StatusResponse

type StatusResponse pb.StatusResponse

type Txn

type Txn interface {
	// If takes a list of comparison. If all comparisons passed in succeed,
	// the operations passed into Then() will be executed. Or the operations
	// passed into Else() will be executed.
	If(cs ...Cmp) Txn

	// Then takes a list of operations. The Ops list will be executed, if the
	// comparisons passed in If() succeed.
	Then(ops ...Op) Txn

	// Else takes a list of operations. The Ops list will be executed, if the
	// comparisons passed in If() fail.
	Else(ops ...Op) Txn

	// Commit tries to commit the transaction.
	Commit() (*TxnResponse, error)
}

Txn is the interface that wraps mini-transactions.

Txn(context.TODO()).If(
 Compare(Value(k1), ">", v1),
 Compare(Version(k1), "=", 2)
).Then(
 OpPut(k2,v2), OpPut(k3,v3)
).Else(
 OpPut(k4,v4), OpPut(k5,v5)
).Commit()

type TxnResponse

type TxnResponse pb.TxnResponse

func (*TxnResponse) OpResponse

func (resp *TxnResponse) OpResponse() OpResponse

type UserAddOptions

type UserAddOptions authpb.UserAddOptions

type WatchChan

type WatchChan <-chan WatchResponse

type WatchResponse

type WatchResponse struct {
	Header pb.ResponseHeader
	Events []*Event

	// CompactRevision is the minimum revision the watcher may receive.
	CompactRevision int64

	// Canceled is used to indicate watch failure.
	// If the watch failed and the stream was about to close, before the channel is closed,
	// the channel sends a final response that has Canceled set to true with a non-nil Err().
	Canceled bool

	// Created is used to indicate the creation of the watcher.
	Created bool
	// contains filtered or unexported fields
}

func (*WatchResponse) Err

func (wr *WatchResponse) Err() error

Err is the error value if this WatchResponse holds an error.

func (*WatchResponse) IsProgressNotify

func (wr *WatchResponse) IsProgressNotify() bool

IsProgressNotify returns true if the WatchResponse is progress notification.

type Watcher

type Watcher interface {
	// Watch watches on a key or prefix. The watched events will be returned
	// through the returned channel. If revisions waiting to be sent over the
	// watch are compacted, then the watch will be canceled by the server, the
	// client will post a compacted error watch response, and the channel will close.
	// If the requested revision is 0 or unspecified, the returned channel will
	// return watch events that happen after the server receives the watch request.
	// If the context "ctx" is canceled or timed out, returned "WatchChan" is closed,
	// and "WatchResponse" from this closed channel has zero events and nil "Err()".
	// The context "ctx" MUST be canceled, as soon as watcher is no longer being used,
	// to release the associated resources.
	//
	// If the context is "context.Background/TODO", returned "WatchChan" will
	// not be closed and block until event is triggered, except when server
	// returns a non-recoverable error (e.g. ErrCompacted).
	// For example, when context passed with "WithRequireLeader" and the
	// connected server has no leader (e.g. due to network partition),
	// error "etcdserver: no leader" (ErrNoLeader) will be returned,
	// and then "WatchChan" is closed with non-nil "Err()".
	// In order to prevent a watch stream being stuck in a partitioned node,
	// make sure to wrap context with "WithRequireLeader".
	//
	// Otherwise, as long as the context has not been canceled or timed out,
	// watch will retry on other recoverable errors forever until reconnected.
	//
	// TODO: explicitly set context error in the last "WatchResponse" message and close channel?
	// Currently, client contexts are overwritten with "valCtx" that never closes.
	// TODO(v3.4): configure watch retry policy, limit maximum retry number
	// (see https://github.com/etcd-io/etcd/issues/8980)
	Watch(ctx context.Context, key string, opts ...OpOption) WatchChan

	// RequestProgress requests a progress notify response be sent in all watch channels.
	RequestProgress(ctx context.Context) error

	// Close closes the watcher and cancels all watch requests.
	Close() error
}

func NewWatchFromWatchClient

func NewWatchFromWatchClient(wc pb.WatchClient, c *Client) Watcher

func NewWatcher

func NewWatcher(c *Client) Watcher

Directories

Path Synopsis
balancer Package balancer implements client balancer.
balancer/connectivity Package connectivity implements client connectivity operations.
balancer/picker Package picker defines/implements client balancer picker policy.
balancer/resolver/endpoint Package endpoint resolves etcd entpoints using grpc targets of the form 'endpoint://<id>/<endpoint>'.
clientv3util Package clientv3util contains utility functions derived from clientv3.
concurrency Package concurrency implements concurrency operations on top of etcd such as distributed locks, barriers, and elections.
credentials Package credentials implements gRPC credential interface with etcd specific logic.
experimental/recipes Package recipe contains experimental client-side distributed synchronization primitives.
leasing Package leasing serves linearizable reads from a local cache by acquiring exclusive write access to keys through a client-side leasing protocol.
mirror Package mirror implements etcd mirroring operations.
mock/mockserver Package mockserver provides mock implementations for etcdserver's server interface.
namespace Package namespace is a clientv3 wrapper that translates all keys to begin with a given prefix.
naming Package naming provides an etcd-backed gRPC resolver for discovering gRPC services.
ordering Package ordering is a clientv3 wrapper that caches response header revisions to detect ordering violations from stale responses.
snapshot Package snapshot implements utilities around etcd snapshot.
yaml Package yaml handles yaml-formatted clientv3 configuration data.