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Package rbac implements the authorizer.Authorizer interface using roles base access control.

Package rbac implements the authorizer.Authorizer interface using roles base access control.

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Functions

func RuleAllows

func RuleAllows(requestAttributes authorizer.Attributes, rule *rbacv1.PolicyRule) bool

func RulesAllow

func RulesAllow(requestAttributes authorizer.Attributes, rules ...rbacv1.PolicyRule) bool

Types

type ClusterRoleBindingLister

type ClusterRoleBindingLister struct {
	Lister rbaclisters.ClusterRoleBindingLister
}

func (*ClusterRoleBindingLister) ListClusterRoleBindings

func (l *ClusterRoleBindingLister) ListClusterRoleBindings() ([]*rbacv1.ClusterRoleBinding, error)

type ClusterRoleGetter

type ClusterRoleGetter struct {
	Lister rbaclisters.ClusterRoleLister
}

func (*ClusterRoleGetter) GetClusterRole

func (g *ClusterRoleGetter) GetClusterRole(name string) (*rbacv1.ClusterRole, error)

type RBACAuthorizer

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

func (*RBACAuthorizer) Authorize

func (r *RBACAuthorizer) Authorize(ctx context.Context, requestAttributes authorizer.Attributes) (authorizer.Decision, string, error)

func (*RBACAuthorizer) RulesFor

func (r *RBACAuthorizer) RulesFor(user user.Info, namespace string) ([]authorizer.ResourceRuleInfo, []authorizer.NonResourceRuleInfo, bool, error)

type RequestToRuleMapper

type RequestToRuleMapper interface {
	// RulesFor returns all known PolicyRules and any errors that happened while locating those rules.
	// Any rule returned is still valid, since rules are deny by default.  If you can pass with the rules
	// supplied, you do not have to fail the request.  If you cannot, you should indicate the error along
	// with your denial.
	RulesFor(subject user.Info, namespace string) ([]rbacv1.PolicyRule, error)

	// VisitRulesFor invokes visitor() with each rule that applies to a given user in a given namespace,
	// and each error encountered resolving those rules. Rule may be nil if err is non-nil.
	// If visitor() returns false, visiting is short-circuited.
	VisitRulesFor(user user.Info, namespace string, visitor func(source fmt.Stringer, rule *rbacv1.PolicyRule, err error) bool)
}

type RoleBindingLister

type RoleBindingLister struct {
	Lister rbaclisters.RoleBindingLister
}

func (*RoleBindingLister) ListRoleBindings

func (l *RoleBindingLister) ListRoleBindings(namespace string) ([]*rbacv1.RoleBinding, error)

type RoleGetter

type RoleGetter struct {
	Lister rbaclisters.RoleLister
}

func (*RoleGetter) GetRole

func (g *RoleGetter) GetRole(namespace, name string) (*rbacv1.Role, error)

type RoleToRuleMapper

type RoleToRuleMapper interface {
	// GetRoleReferenceRules attempts to resolve the role reference of a RoleBinding or ClusterRoleBinding.  The passed namespace should be the namespace
	// of the role binding, the empty string if a cluster role binding.
	GetRoleReferenceRules(roleRef rbacv1.RoleRef, namespace string) ([]rbacv1.PolicyRule, error)
}

type SubjectAccessEvaluator

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

func (*SubjectAccessEvaluator) AllowedSubjects

func (r *SubjectAccessEvaluator) AllowedSubjects(requestAttributes authorizer.Attributes) ([]rbacv1.Subject, error)

AllowedSubjects returns the subjects that can perform an action and any errors encountered while computing the list. It is possible to have both subjects and errors returned if some rolebindings couldn't be resolved, but others could be.

type SubjectLocator

type SubjectLocator interface {
	AllowedSubjects(attributes authorizer.Attributes) ([]rbacv1.Subject, error)
}

Directories

Path Synopsis
bootstrappolicy