const ( // RevisionAnnotation is the revision annotation of a deployment's replica sets which records its rollout sequence RevisionAnnotation = "deployment.kubernetes.io/revision" // RevisionHistoryAnnotation maintains the history of all old revisions that a replica set has served for a deployment. RevisionHistoryAnnotation = "deployment.kubernetes.io/revision-history" // DesiredReplicasAnnotation is the desired replicas for a deployment recorded as an annotation // in its replica sets. Helps in separating scaling events from the rollout process and for // determining if the new replica set for a deployment is really saturated. DesiredReplicasAnnotation = "deployment.kubernetes.io/desired-replicas" // MaxReplicasAnnotation is the maximum replicas a deployment can have at a given point, which // is deployment.spec.replicas + maxSurge. Used by the underlying replica sets to estimate their // proportions in case the deployment has surge replicas. MaxReplicasAnnotation = "deployment.kubernetes.io/max-replicas" // RollbackRevisionNotFound is not found rollback event reason RollbackRevisionNotFound = "DeploymentRollbackRevisionNotFound" // RollbackTemplateUnchanged is the template unchanged rollback event reason RollbackTemplateUnchanged = "DeploymentRollbackTemplateUnchanged" // RollbackDone is the done rollback event reason RollbackDone = "DeploymentRollback" // ReplicaSetUpdatedReason is added in a deployment when one of its replica sets is updated as part // of the rollout process. ReplicaSetUpdatedReason = "ReplicaSetUpdated" // FailedRSCreateReason is added in a deployment when it cannot create a new replica set. FailedRSCreateReason = "ReplicaSetCreateError" // NewReplicaSetReason is added in a deployment when it creates a new replica set. NewReplicaSetReason = "NewReplicaSetCreated" // FoundNewRSReason is added in a deployment when it adopts an existing replica set. FoundNewRSReason = "FoundNewReplicaSet" // NewRSAvailableReason is added in a deployment when its newest replica set is made available // ie. the number of new pods that have passed readiness checks and run for at least minReadySeconds // is at least the minimum available pods that need to run for the deployment. NewRSAvailableReason = "NewReplicaSetAvailable" // TimedOutReason is added in a deployment when its newest replica set fails to show any progress // within the given deadline (progressDeadlineSeconds). TimedOutReason = "ProgressDeadlineExceeded" // PausedDeployReason is added in a deployment when it is paused. Lack of progress shouldn't be // estimated once a deployment is paused. PausedDeployReason = "DeploymentPaused" // ResumedDeployReason is added in a deployment when it is resumed. Useful for not failing accidentally // deployments that paused amidst a rollout and are bounded by a deadline. ResumedDeployReason = "DeploymentResumed" // MinimumReplicasAvailable is added in a deployment when it has its minimum replicas required available. MinimumReplicasAvailable = "MinimumReplicasAvailable" // MinimumReplicasUnavailable is added in a deployment when it doesn't have the minimum required replicas // available. = "MinimumReplicasUnavailable" )
DeploymentComplete considers a deployment to be complete once all of its desired replicas are updated and available, and no old pods are running.
DeploymentProgressing reports progress for a deployment. Progress is estimated by comparing the current with the new status of the deployment that the controller is observing. More specifically, when new pods are scaled up or become ready or available, or old pods are scaled down, then we consider the deployment is progressing.
DeploymentTimedOut considers a deployment to have timed out once its condition that reports progress is older than progressDeadlineSeconds or a Progressing condition with a TimedOutReason reason already exists.
EqualIgnoreHash returns true if two given podTemplateSpec are equal, ignoring the diff in value of Labels[pod-template-hash] We ignore pod-template-hash because: 1. The hash result would be different upon podTemplateSpec API changes
(e.g. the addition of a new field will cause the hash code to change)
2. The deployment template won't have hash labels
FindActiveOrLatest returns the only active or the latest replica set in case there is at most one active replica set. If there are more active replica sets, then we should proportionally scale them.
FindNewReplicaSet returns the new RS this given deployment targets (the one with the same pod template).
func FindOldReplicaSets(deployment *apps.Deployment, rsList *apps.ReplicaSet) (*apps.ReplicaSet, *apps.ReplicaSet)
FindOldReplicaSets returns the old replica sets targeted by the given Deployment, with the given slice of RSes. Note that the first set of old replica sets doesn't include the ones with no pods, and the second set of old replica sets include all old replica sets.
GetActualReplicaCountForReplicaSets returns the sum of actual replicas of the given replica sets.
func GetAllReplicaSets(deployment *apps.Deployment, c appsclient.AppsV1Interface) (*apps.ReplicaSet, *apps.ReplicaSet, *apps.ReplicaSet, error)
GetAllReplicaSets returns the old and new replica sets targeted by the given Deployment. It gets PodList and ReplicaSetList from client interface. Note that the first set of old replica sets doesn't include the ones with no pods, and the second set of old replica sets include all old replica sets. The third returned value is the new replica set, and it may be nil if it doesn't exist yet.
GetAvailableReplicaCountForReplicaSets returns the number of available pods corresponding to the given replica sets.
func GetDeploymentCondition(status apps.DeploymentStatus, condType apps.DeploymentConditionType) *apps.DeploymentCondition
GetDeploymentCondition returns the condition with the provided type.
func GetDeploymentsForReplicaSet(deploymentLister appslisters.DeploymentLister, rs *apps.ReplicaSet) (*apps.Deployment, error)
GetDeploymentsForReplicaSet returns a list of Deployments that potentially match a ReplicaSet. Only the one specified in the ReplicaSet's ControllerRef will actually manage it. Returns an error only if no matching Deployments are found.
GetDesiredReplicasAnnotation returns the number of desired replicas
func GetNewReplicaSet(deployment *apps.Deployment, c appsclient.AppsV1Interface) (*apps.ReplicaSet, error)
GetNewReplicaSet returns a replica set that matches the intent of the given deployment; get ReplicaSetList from client interface. Returns nil if the new replica set doesn't exist yet.
func GetOldReplicaSets(deployment *apps.Deployment, c appsclient.AppsV1Interface) (*apps.ReplicaSet, *apps.ReplicaSet, error)
GetOldReplicaSets returns the old replica sets targeted by the given Deployment; get PodList and ReplicaSetList from client interface. Note that the first set of old replica sets doesn't include the ones with no pods, and the second set of old replica sets include all old replica sets.
func GetProportion(rs *apps.ReplicaSet, d apps.Deployment, deploymentReplicasToAdd, deploymentReplicasAdded int32) int32
GetProportion will estimate the proportion for the provided replica set using 1. the current size of the parent deployment, 2. the replica count that needs be added on the replica sets of the deployment, and 3. the total replicas added in the replica sets of the deployment so far.
GetReadyReplicaCountForReplicaSets returns the number of ready pods corresponding to the given replica sets.
GetReplicaCountForReplicaSets returns the sum of Replicas of the given replica sets.
HasProgressDeadline checks if the Deployment d is expected to surface the reason "ProgressDeadlineExceeded" when the Deployment progress takes longer than expected time.
HasRevisionHistoryLimit checks if the Deployment d is expected to keep a specified number of old replicaSets. These replicaSets are mainly kept with the purpose of rollback. The RevisionHistoryLimit can start from 0 (no retained replicasSet). When set to math.MaxInt32, the Deployment will keep all revisions.
IsRollingUpdate returns true if the strategy type is a rolling update.
IsSaturated checks if the new replica set is saturated by comparing its size with its deployment size. Both the deployment and the replica set have to believe this replica set can own all of the desired replicas in the deployment and the annotation helps in achieving that. All pods of the ReplicaSet need to be available.
LastRevision finds the second max revision number in all replica sets (the last revision)
func ListPods(deployment *apps.Deployment, rsList *apps.ReplicaSet, getPodList podListFunc) (*v1.PodList, error)
ListPods returns a list of pods the given deployment targets. This needs a list of ReplicaSets for the Deployment, which can be found with ListReplicaSets(). Note that this does NOT attempt to reconcile ControllerRef (adopt/orphan), because only the controller itself should do that. However, it does filter out anything whose ControllerRef doesn't match.
func ListReplicaSets(deployment *apps.Deployment, getRSList RsListFunc) (*apps.ReplicaSet, error)
ListReplicaSets returns a slice of RSes the given deployment targets. Note that this does NOT attempt to reconcile ControllerRef (adopt/orphan), because only the controller itself should do that. However, it does filter out anything whose ControllerRef doesn't match.
MaxRevision finds the highest revision in the replica sets
MaxSurge returns the maximum surge pods a rolling deployment can take.
MaxUnavailable returns the maximum unavailable pods a rolling deployment can take.
MinAvailable returns the minimum available pods of a given deployment
func NewDeploymentCondition(condType apps.DeploymentConditionType, status v1.ConditionStatus, reason, message string) *apps.DeploymentCondition
NewDeploymentCondition creates a new deployment condition.
func NewRSNewReplicas(deployment *apps.Deployment, allRSs *apps.ReplicaSet, newRS *apps.ReplicaSet) (int32, error)
NewRSNewReplicas calculates the number of replicas a deployment's new RS should have. When one of the followings is true, we're rolling out the deployment; otherwise, we're scaling it. 1) The new RS is saturated: newRS's replicas == deployment's replicas 2) Max number of pods allowed is reached: deployment's replicas + maxSurge == all RSs' replicas
func RemoveDeploymentCondition(status *apps.DeploymentStatus, condType apps.DeploymentConditionType)
RemoveDeploymentCondition removes the deployment condition with the provided type.
ReplicaSetToDeploymentCondition converts a replica set condition into a deployment condition. Useful for promoting replica set failure conditions into deployments.
ReplicasAnnotationsNeedUpdate return true if ReplicasAnnotations need to be updated
func ResolveFenceposts(maxSurge, maxUnavailable *intstrutil.IntOrString, desired int32) (int32, int32, error)
ResolveFenceposts resolves both maxSurge and maxUnavailable. This needs to happen in one step. For example:
2 desired, max unavailable 1%, surge 0% - should scale old(-1), then new(+1), then old(-1), then new(+1) 1 desired, max unavailable 1%, surge 0% - should scale old(-1), then new(+1) 2 desired, max unavailable 25%, surge 1% - should scale new(+1), then old(-1), then new(+1), then old(-1) 1 desired, max unavailable 25%, surge 1% - should scale new(+1), then old(-1) 2 desired, max unavailable 0%, surge 1% - should scale new(+1), then old(-1), then new(+1), then old(-1) 1 desired, max unavailable 0%, surge 1% - should scale new(+1), then old(-1)
Revision returns the revision number of the input object.
SetDeploymentAnnotationsTo sets deployment's annotations as given RS's annotations. This action should be done if and only if the deployment is rolling back to this rs. Note that apply and revision annotations are not changed.
SetDeploymentCondition updates the deployment to include the provided condition. If the condition that we are about to add already exists and has the same status and reason then we are not going to update.
SetDeploymentRevision updates the revision for a deployment.
func SetFromReplicaSetTemplate(deployment *apps.Deployment, template v1.PodTemplateSpec) *apps.Deployment
SetFromReplicaSetTemplate sets the desired PodTemplateSpec from a replica set template to the given deployment.
func SetNewReplicaSetAnnotations(deployment *apps.Deployment, newRS *apps.ReplicaSet, newRevision string, exists bool, revHistoryLimitInChars int) bool
SetNewReplicaSetAnnotations sets new replica set's annotations appropriately by updating its revision and copying required deployment annotations to it; it returns true if replica set's annotation is changed.
SetReplicasAnnotations sets the desiredReplicas and maxReplicas into the annotations
WaitForObservedDeployment polls for deployment to be updated so that deployment.Status.ObservedGeneration >= desiredGeneration. Returns error if polling timesout.
ReplicaSetsByRevision sorts a list of ReplicaSet by revision, using their creation timestamp or name as a tie breaker. By using the creation timestamp, this sorts from old to new replica sets.
RsListFunc returns the ReplicaSet from the ReplicaSet namespace and the List metav1.ListOptions.
RsListFromClient returns an rsListFunc that wraps the given client.