drain

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Published: Oct 6, 2021 License: Apache-2.0 Imports: 21 Imported by: 1

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The code in this directory has been copied from: github.com/kubernetes/kubectl/pkg/drain@a17d91f9f5b34c73bed0bfc75b70bd762b725231

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Constants

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const (
	// EvictionKind represents the kind of evictions object
	EvictionKind = "Eviction"
	// EvictionSubresource represents the kind of evictions object as pod's subresource
	EvictionSubresource = "pods/eviction"
)

Variables

This section is empty.

Functions

func CheckEvictionSupport

func CheckEvictionSupport(clientset kubernetes.Interface) (string, error)

CheckEvictionSupport uses Discovery API to find out if the server support eviction subresource If support, it will return its groupVersion; Otherwise, it will return an empty string

func RunCordonOrUncordon

func RunCordonOrUncordon(ctx context.Context, drainer *Helper, node *corev1.Node, desired bool) error

RunCordonOrUncordon demonstrates the canonical way to cordon or uncordon a Node

func RunNodeDrain

func RunNodeDrain(ctx context.Context, drainer *Helper, nodeName string) error

RunNodeDrain shows the canonical way to drain a node. You should first cordon the node, e.g. using RunCordonOrUncordon

Types

type CordonHelper

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

CordonHelper wraps functionality to cordon/uncordon nodes

func NewCordonHelper

func NewCordonHelper(node *corev1.Node) *CordonHelper

NewCordonHelper returns a new CordonHelper

func NewCordonHelperFromRuntimeObject

func NewCordonHelperFromRuntimeObject(nodeObject runtime.Object, scheme *runtime.Scheme, gvk schema.GroupVersionKind) (*CordonHelper, error)

NewCordonHelperFromRuntimeObject returns a new CordonHelper, or an error if given object is not a node or cannot be encoded as JSON.

func (*CordonHelper) PatchOrReplace

func (c *CordonHelper) PatchOrReplace(ctx context.Context, clientset kubernetes.Interface) (error, error)

PatchOrReplace uses given clientset to update the node status, either by patching or updating the given node object; it may return error if the object cannot be encoded as JSON, or if either patch or update calls fail; it will also return a second error whenever creating a patch has failed.

func (*CordonHelper) UpdateIfRequired

func (c *CordonHelper) UpdateIfRequired(desired bool) bool

UpdateIfRequired returns true if c.node.Spec.Unschedulable isn't already set, or false when no change is needed.

type Helper

type Helper struct {
	Ctx                 context.Context
	Client              kubernetes.Interface
	Force               bool
	GracePeriodSeconds  int
	IgnoreAllDaemonSets bool
	Timeout             time.Duration
	DeleteLocalData     bool
	Selector            string
	PodSelector         string

	// DisableEviction forces drain to use delete rather than evict
	DisableEviction bool

	// SkipWaitForDeleteTimeoutSeconds ignores pods that have a
	// DeletionTimeStamp > N seconds. It's up to the user to decide when this
	// option is appropriate; examples include the Node is unready and the pods
	// won't drain otherwise
	SkipWaitForDeleteTimeoutSeconds int

	Out    io.Writer
	ErrOut io.Writer

	// TODO(justinsb): unnecessary?
	DryRun bool

	// OnPodDeletedOrEvicted is called when a pod is evicted/deleted; for printing progress output
	OnPodDeletedOrEvicted func(pod *corev1.Pod, usingEviction bool)
}

Helper contains the parameters to control the behaviour of drainer

func (*Helper) DeleteOrEvictPods

func (d *Helper) DeleteOrEvictPods(ctx context.Context, pods []corev1.Pod) error

DeleteOrEvictPods deletes or evicts the pods on the api server

func (*Helper) DeletePod

func (d *Helper) DeletePod(ctx context.Context, pod corev1.Pod) error

DeletePod will delete the given pod, or return an error if it couldn't

func (*Helper) EvictPod

func (d *Helper) EvictPod(ctx context.Context, pod corev1.Pod, policyGroupVersion string) error

EvictPod will evict the give pod, or return an error if it couldn't

func (*Helper) GetPodsForDeletion

func (d *Helper) GetPodsForDeletion(ctx context.Context, nodeName string) (*podDeleteList, []error)

GetPodsForDeletion receives resource info for a node, and returns those pods as PodDeleteList, or error if it cannot list pods. All pods that are ready to be deleted can be obtained with .Pods(), and string with all warning can be obtained with .Warnings(), and .Errors() for all errors that occurred during deletion.

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