Package grpc supports network connections to GRPC servers. This package is not intended for use by end developers. Use the google.golang.org/api/option package to configure API clients.
- func Dial(ctx context.Context, opts ...option.ClientOption) (*grpc.ClientConn, error)
- func DialInsecure(ctx context.Context, opts ...option.ClientOption) (*grpc.ClientConn, error)
- func WithConnPool(p ConnPool) option.ClientOption
- type ConnPool
Dial returns a GRPC connection for use communicating with a Google cloud service, configured with the given ClientOptions.
func DialInsecure ¶
DialInsecure returns an insecure GRPC connection for use communicating with fake or mock Google cloud service implementations, such as emulators. The connection is configured with the given ClientOptions.
func WithConnPool ¶
WithConnPool returns a ClientOption that specifies the ConnPool connection to use as the basis of communications.
This is only to be used by Google client libraries internally, for example when creating a longrunning API client that shares the same connection pool as a service client.
ConnPool is a pool of grpc.ClientConns.
DialPool returns a pool of GRPC connections for the given service. This differs from the connection pooling implementation used by Dial, which uses a custom GRPC load balancer. DialPool should be used instead of Dial when a pool is used by default or a different custom GRPC load balancer is needed. The context and options are shared between each Conn in the pool. The pool size is configured using the WithGRPCConnectionPool option.
This API is subject to change as we further refine requirements. It will go away if gRPC stubs accept an interface instead of the concrete ClientConn type. See https://github.com/grpc/grpc-go/issues/1287.