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type ClusterStatusError ¶
type ClusterStatusError string
const ( // InvalidConfigurationClusterError indicates that the cluster // configuration is invalid. InvalidConfigurationClusterError ClusterStatusError = "InvalidConfiguration" // UnsupportedChangeClusterError indicates that the cluster // spec has been updated in an unsupported way. That cannot be // reconciled. UnsupportedChangeClusterError ClusterStatusError = "UnsupportedChange" // CreateClusterError indicates that an error was encountered // when trying to create the cluster. CreateClusterError ClusterStatusError = "CreateError" // UpdateClusterError indicates that an error was encountered // when trying to update the cluster. UpdateClusterError ClusterStatusError = "UpdateError" // DeleteClusterError indicates that an error was encountered // when trying to delete the cluster. DeleteClusterError ClusterStatusError = "DeleteError" )
type MachineDeploymentStrategyType string
const ( // Replace the old MachineSet by new one using rolling update // i.e. gradually scale down the old MachineSet and scale up the new one. RollingUpdateMachineDeploymentStrategyType MachineDeploymentStrategyType = "RollingUpdate" )
type MachineSetStatusError ¶
type MachineSetStatusError string
const ( // Represents that the combination of configuration in the MachineTemplateSpec // is not supported by this cluster. This is not a transient error, but // indicates a state that must be fixed before progress can be made. // // Example: the ProviderSpec specifies an instance type that doesn't exist. InvalidConfigurationMachineSetError MachineSetStatusError = "InvalidConfiguration" )
type MachineStatusError ¶
type MachineStatusError string
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const ( // Represents that the combination of configuration in the MachineSpec // is not supported by this cluster. This is not a transient error, but // indicates a state that must be fixed before progress can be made. // // Example: the ProviderSpec specifies an instance type that doesn't exist, InvalidConfigurationMachineError MachineStatusError = "InvalidConfiguration" // This indicates that the MachineSpec has been updated in a way that // is not supported for reconciliation on this cluster. The spec may be // completely valid from a configuration standpoint, but the controller // does not support changing the real world state to match the new // spec. // // Example: the responsible controller is not capable of changing the // container runtime from docker to rkt. UnsupportedChangeMachineError MachineStatusError = "UnsupportedChange" // This generally refers to exceeding one's quota in a cloud provider, // or running out of physical machines in an on-premise environment. InsufficientResourcesMachineError MachineStatusError = "InsufficientResources" // There was an error while trying to create a Node to match this // Machine. This may indicate a transient problem that will be fixed // automatically with time, such as a service outage, or a terminal // error during creation that doesn't match a more specific // MachineStatusError value. // // Example: timeout trying to connect to GCE. CreateMachineError MachineStatusError = "CreateError" // There was an error while trying to update a Node that this // Machine represents. This may indicate a transient problem that will be // fixed automatically with time, such as a service outage, // // Example: error updating load balancers UpdateMachineError MachineStatusError = "UpdateError" // An error was encountered while trying to delete the Node that this // Machine represents. This could be a transient or terminal error, but // will only be observable if the provider's Machine controller has // added a finalizer to the object to more gracefully handle deletions. // // Example: cannot resolve EC2 IP address. DeleteMachineError MachineStatusError = "DeleteError" // This error indicates that the machine did not join the cluster // as a new node within the expected timeframe after instance // creation at the provider succeeded // // Example use case: A controller that deletes Machines which do // not result in a Node joining the cluster within a given timeout // and that are managed by a MachineSet JoinClusterTimeoutMachineError = "JoinClusterTimeoutError" )