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package seed

import ""


Package Files

seed.go seed_lifecycle_control.go

type ControlInterface Uses

type ControlInterface interface {
    Reconcile(seed *gardencorev1beta1.Seed, key string) (bool, error)

ControlInterface implements the control logic for managing the lifecycle for Seeds. It is implemented as an interface to allow for extensions that provide different semantics. Currently, there is only one implementation.

func NewDefaultControl Uses

func NewDefaultControl(k8sGardenClient kubernetes.Interface, shootLister gardencorelisters.ShootLister, config *config.ControllerManagerConfiguration) ControlInterface

NewDefaultControl returns a new instance of the default implementation ControlInterface that implements the documented semantics for checking the lifecycle for Seeds. You should use an instance returned from NewDefaultControl() for any scenario other than testing.

type Controller Uses

type Controller struct {
    // contains filtered or unexported fields

Controller controls Seeds.

func NewSeedController Uses

func NewSeedController(k8sGardenClient kubernetes.Interface, gardenInformerFactory gardencoreinformers.SharedInformerFactory, config *config.ControllerManagerConfiguration, recorder record.EventRecorder) *Controller

NewSeedController takes a Kubernetes client for the Garden clusters <k8sGardenClient>, a struct holding information about the acting Gardener, a <gardenInformerFactory>, and a <recorder> for event recording. It creates a new Gardener controller.

func (*Controller) CollectMetrics Uses

func (c *Controller) CollectMetrics(ch chan<- prometheus.Metric)

CollectMetrics implements gardenmetrics.ControllerMetricsCollector interface

func (*Controller) Run Uses

func (c *Controller) Run(ctx context.Context, workers int)

Run runs the Controller until the given stop channel can be read from.

func (*Controller) RunningWorkers Uses

func (c *Controller) RunningWorkers() int

RunningWorkers returns the number of running workers.

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