kubernetes config 源码

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kubernetes config 代码


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package config

import (

	kubecontainer "k8s.io/kubernetes/pkg/kubelet/container"
	kubetypes "k8s.io/kubernetes/pkg/kubelet/types"

// PodConfigNotificationMode describes how changes are sent to the update channel.
type PodConfigNotificationMode int

const (
	// PodConfigNotificationUnknown is the default value for
	// PodConfigNotificationMode when uninitialized.
	PodConfigNotificationUnknown PodConfigNotificationMode = iota
	// PodConfigNotificationSnapshot delivers the full configuration as a SET whenever
	// any change occurs.
	// PodConfigNotificationSnapshotAndUpdates delivers an UPDATE and DELETE message whenever pods are
	// changed, and a SET message if there are any additions or removals.
	// PodConfigNotificationIncremental delivers ADD, UPDATE, DELETE, REMOVE, RECONCILE to the update channel.

// PodConfig is a configuration mux that merges many sources of pod configuration into a single
// consistent structure, and then delivers incremental change notifications to listeners
// in order.
type PodConfig struct {
	pods *podStorage
	mux  *config.Mux

	// the channel of denormalized changes passed to listeners
	updates chan kubetypes.PodUpdate

	// contains the list of all configured sources
	sourcesLock sync.Mutex
	sources     sets.String

// NewPodConfig creates an object that can merge many configuration sources into a stream
// of normalized updates to a pod configuration.
func NewPodConfig(mode PodConfigNotificationMode, recorder record.EventRecorder) *PodConfig {
	updates := make(chan kubetypes.PodUpdate, 50)
	storage := newPodStorage(updates, mode, recorder)
	podConfig := &PodConfig{
		pods:    storage,
		mux:     config.NewMux(storage),
		updates: updates,
		sources: sets.String{},
	return podConfig

// Channel creates or returns a config source channel.  The channel
// only accepts PodUpdates
func (c *PodConfig) Channel(ctx context.Context, source string) chan<- interface{} {
	defer c.sourcesLock.Unlock()
	return c.mux.ChannelWithContext(ctx, source)

// SeenAllSources returns true if seenSources contains all sources in the
// config, and also this config has received a SET message from each source.
func (c *PodConfig) SeenAllSources(seenSources sets.String) bool {
	if c.pods == nil {
		return false
	defer c.sourcesLock.Unlock()
	klog.V(5).InfoS("Looking for sources, have seen", "sources", c.sources.List(), "seenSources", seenSources)
	return seenSources.HasAll(c.sources.List()...) && c.pods.seenSources(c.sources.List()...)

// Updates returns a channel of updates to the configuration, properly denormalized.
func (c *PodConfig) Updates() <-chan kubetypes.PodUpdate {
	return c.updates

// Sync requests the full configuration be delivered to the update channel.
func (c *PodConfig) Sync() {

// podStorage manages the current pod state at any point in time and ensures updates
// to the channel are delivered in order.  Note that this object is an in-memory source of
// "truth" and on creation contains zero entries.  Once all previously read sources are
// available, then this object should be considered authoritative.
type podStorage struct {
	podLock sync.RWMutex
	// map of source name to pod uid to pod reference
	pods map[string]map[types.UID]*v1.Pod
	mode PodConfigNotificationMode

	// ensures that updates are delivered in strict order
	// on the updates channel
	updateLock sync.Mutex
	updates    chan<- kubetypes.PodUpdate

	// contains the set of all sources that have sent at least one SET
	sourcesSeenLock sync.RWMutex
	sourcesSeen     sets.String

	// the EventRecorder to use
	recorder record.EventRecorder

// TODO: PodConfigNotificationMode could be handled by a listener to the updates channel
// in the future, especially with multiple listeners.
// TODO: allow initialization of the current state of the store with snapshotted version.
func newPodStorage(updates chan<- kubetypes.PodUpdate, mode PodConfigNotificationMode, recorder record.EventRecorder) *podStorage {
	return &podStorage{
		pods:        make(map[string]map[types.UID]*v1.Pod),
		mode:        mode,
		updates:     updates,
		sourcesSeen: sets.String{},
		recorder:    recorder,

// Merge normalizes a set of incoming changes from different sources into a map of all Pods
// and ensures that redundant changes are filtered out, and then pushes zero or more minimal
// updates onto the update channel.  Ensures that updates are delivered in order.
func (s *podStorage) Merge(source string, change interface{}) error {
	defer s.updateLock.Unlock()

	seenBefore := s.sourcesSeen.Has(source)
	adds, updates, deletes, removes, reconciles := s.merge(source, change)
	firstSet := !seenBefore && s.sourcesSeen.Has(source)

	// deliver update notifications
	switch s.mode {
	case PodConfigNotificationIncremental:
		if len(removes.Pods) > 0 {
			s.updates <- *removes
		if len(adds.Pods) > 0 {
			s.updates <- *adds
		if len(updates.Pods) > 0 {
			s.updates <- *updates
		if len(deletes.Pods) > 0 {
			s.updates <- *deletes
		if firstSet && len(adds.Pods) == 0 && len(updates.Pods) == 0 && len(deletes.Pods) == 0 {
			// Send an empty update when first seeing the source and there are
			// no ADD or UPDATE or DELETE pods from the source. This signals kubelet that
			// the source is ready.
			s.updates <- *adds
		// Only add reconcile support here, because kubelet doesn't support Snapshot update now.
		if len(reconciles.Pods) > 0 {
			s.updates <- *reconciles

	case PodConfigNotificationSnapshotAndUpdates:
		if len(removes.Pods) > 0 || len(adds.Pods) > 0 || firstSet {
			s.updates <- kubetypes.PodUpdate{Pods: s.MergedState().([]*v1.Pod), Op: kubetypes.SET, Source: source}
		if len(updates.Pods) > 0 {
			s.updates <- *updates
		if len(deletes.Pods) > 0 {
			s.updates <- *deletes

	case PodConfigNotificationSnapshot:
		if len(updates.Pods) > 0 || len(deletes.Pods) > 0 || len(adds.Pods) > 0 || len(removes.Pods) > 0 || firstSet {
			s.updates <- kubetypes.PodUpdate{Pods: s.MergedState().([]*v1.Pod), Op: kubetypes.SET, Source: source}

	case PodConfigNotificationUnknown:
		panic(fmt.Sprintf("unsupported PodConfigNotificationMode: %#v", s.mode))

	return nil

func (s *podStorage) merge(source string, change interface{}) (adds, updates, deletes, removes, reconciles *kubetypes.PodUpdate) {
	defer s.podLock.Unlock()

	addPods := []*v1.Pod{}
	updatePods := []*v1.Pod{}
	deletePods := []*v1.Pod{}
	removePods := []*v1.Pod{}
	reconcilePods := []*v1.Pod{}

	pods := s.pods[source]
	if pods == nil {
		pods = make(map[types.UID]*v1.Pod)

	// updatePodFunc is the local function which updates the pod cache *oldPods* with new pods *newPods*.
	// After updated, new pod will be stored in the pod cache *pods*.
	// Notice that *pods* and *oldPods* could be the same cache.
	updatePodsFunc := func(newPods []*v1.Pod, oldPods, pods map[types.UID]*v1.Pod) {
		filtered := filterInvalidPods(newPods, source, s.recorder)
		for _, ref := range filtered {
			// Annotate the pod with the source before any comparison.
			if ref.Annotations == nil {
				ref.Annotations = make(map[string]string)
			ref.Annotations[kubetypes.ConfigSourceAnnotationKey] = source
			if existing, found := oldPods[ref.UID]; found {
				pods[ref.UID] = existing
				needUpdate, needReconcile, needGracefulDelete := checkAndUpdatePod(existing, ref)
				if needUpdate {
					updatePods = append(updatePods, existing)
				} else if needReconcile {
					reconcilePods = append(reconcilePods, existing)
				} else if needGracefulDelete {
					deletePods = append(deletePods, existing)
			pods[ref.UID] = ref
			addPods = append(addPods, ref)

	update := change.(kubetypes.PodUpdate)
	switch update.Op {
	case kubetypes.ADD, kubetypes.UPDATE, kubetypes.DELETE:
		if update.Op == kubetypes.ADD {
			klog.V(4).InfoS("Adding new pods from source", "source", source, "pods", klog.KObjs(update.Pods))
		} else if update.Op == kubetypes.DELETE {
			klog.V(4).InfoS("Gracefully deleting pods from source", "source", source, "pods", klog.KObjs(update.Pods))
		} else {
			klog.V(4).InfoS("Updating pods from source", "source", source, "pods", klog.KObjs(update.Pods))
		updatePodsFunc(update.Pods, pods, pods)

	case kubetypes.REMOVE:
		klog.V(4).InfoS("Removing pods from source", "source", source, "pods", klog.KObjs(update.Pods))
		for _, value := range update.Pods {
			if existing, found := pods[value.UID]; found {
				// this is a delete
				delete(pods, value.UID)
				removePods = append(removePods, existing)
			// this is a no-op

	case kubetypes.SET:
		klog.V(4).InfoS("Setting pods for source", "source", source)
		// Clear the old map entries by just creating a new map
		oldPods := pods
		pods = make(map[types.UID]*v1.Pod)
		updatePodsFunc(update.Pods, oldPods, pods)
		for uid, existing := range oldPods {
			if _, found := pods[uid]; !found {
				// this is a delete
				removePods = append(removePods, existing)

		klog.InfoS("Received invalid update type", "type", update)


	s.pods[source] = pods

	adds = &kubetypes.PodUpdate{Op: kubetypes.ADD, Pods: copyPods(addPods), Source: source}
	updates = &kubetypes.PodUpdate{Op: kubetypes.UPDATE, Pods: copyPods(updatePods), Source: source}
	deletes = &kubetypes.PodUpdate{Op: kubetypes.DELETE, Pods: copyPods(deletePods), Source: source}
	removes = &kubetypes.PodUpdate{Op: kubetypes.REMOVE, Pods: copyPods(removePods), Source: source}
	reconciles = &kubetypes.PodUpdate{Op: kubetypes.RECONCILE, Pods: copyPods(reconcilePods), Source: source}

	return adds, updates, deletes, removes, reconciles

func (s *podStorage) markSourceSet(source string) {
	defer s.sourcesSeenLock.Unlock()

func (s *podStorage) seenSources(sources ...string) bool {
	defer s.sourcesSeenLock.RUnlock()
	return s.sourcesSeen.HasAll(sources...)

func filterInvalidPods(pods []*v1.Pod, source string, recorder record.EventRecorder) (filtered []*v1.Pod) {
	names := sets.String{}
	for i, pod := range pods {
		// Pods from each source are assumed to have passed validation individually.
		// This function only checks if there is any naming conflict.
		name := kubecontainer.GetPodFullName(pod)
		if names.Has(name) {
			klog.InfoS("Pod failed validation due to duplicate pod name, ignoring", "index", i, "pod", klog.KObj(pod), "source", source)
			recorder.Eventf(pod, v1.EventTypeWarning, events.FailedValidation, "Error validating pod %s from %s due to duplicate pod name %q, ignoring", format.Pod(pod), source, pod.Name)
		} else {

		filtered = append(filtered, pod)

// Annotations that the kubelet adds to the pod.
var localAnnotations = []string{

func isLocalAnnotationKey(key string) bool {
	for _, localKey := range localAnnotations {
		if key == localKey {
			return true
	return false

// isAnnotationMapEqual returns true if the existing annotation Map is equal to candidate except
// for local annotations.
func isAnnotationMapEqual(existingMap, candidateMap map[string]string) bool {
	if candidateMap == nil {
		candidateMap = make(map[string]string)
	for k, v := range candidateMap {
		if isLocalAnnotationKey(k) {
		if existingValue, ok := existingMap[k]; ok && existingValue == v {
		return false
	for k := range existingMap {
		if isLocalAnnotationKey(k) {
		// stale entry in existing map.
		if _, exists := candidateMap[k]; !exists {
			return false
	return true

// recordFirstSeenTime records the first seen time of this pod.
func recordFirstSeenTime(pod *v1.Pod) {
	klog.V(4).InfoS("Receiving a new pod", "pod", klog.KObj(pod))
	pod.Annotations[kubetypes.ConfigFirstSeenAnnotationKey] = kubetypes.NewTimestamp().GetString()

// updateAnnotations returns an Annotation map containing the api annotation map plus
// locally managed annotations
func updateAnnotations(existing, ref *v1.Pod) {
	annotations := make(map[string]string, len(ref.Annotations)+len(localAnnotations))
	for k, v := range ref.Annotations {
		annotations[k] = v
	for _, k := range localAnnotations {
		if v, ok := existing.Annotations[k]; ok {
			annotations[k] = v
	existing.Annotations = annotations

func podsDifferSemantically(existing, ref *v1.Pod) bool {
	if reflect.DeepEqual(existing.Spec, ref.Spec) &&
		reflect.DeepEqual(existing.Labels, ref.Labels) &&
		reflect.DeepEqual(existing.DeletionTimestamp, ref.DeletionTimestamp) &&
		reflect.DeepEqual(existing.DeletionGracePeriodSeconds, ref.DeletionGracePeriodSeconds) &&
		isAnnotationMapEqual(existing.Annotations, ref.Annotations) {
		return false
	return true

// checkAndUpdatePod updates existing, and:
//   - if ref makes a meaningful change, returns needUpdate=true
//   - if ref makes a meaningful change, and this change is graceful deletion, returns needGracefulDelete=true
//   - if ref makes no meaningful change, but changes the pod status, returns needReconcile=true
//   - else return all false
//     Now, needUpdate, needGracefulDelete and needReconcile should never be both true
func checkAndUpdatePod(existing, ref *v1.Pod) (needUpdate, needReconcile, needGracefulDelete bool) {

	// 1. this is a reconcile
	// TODO: it would be better to update the whole object and only preserve certain things
	//       like the source annotation or the UID (to ensure safety)
	if !podsDifferSemantically(existing, ref) {
		// this is not an update
		// Only check reconcile when it is not an update, because if the pod is going to
		// be updated, an extra reconcile is unnecessary
		if !reflect.DeepEqual(existing.Status, ref.Status) {
			// Pod with changed pod status needs reconcile, because kubelet should
			// be the source of truth of pod status.
			existing.Status = ref.Status
			needReconcile = true

	// Overwrite the first-seen time with the existing one. This is our own
	// internal annotation, there is no need to update.
	ref.Annotations[kubetypes.ConfigFirstSeenAnnotationKey] = existing.Annotations[kubetypes.ConfigFirstSeenAnnotationKey]

	existing.Spec = ref.Spec
	existing.Labels = ref.Labels
	existing.DeletionTimestamp = ref.DeletionTimestamp
	existing.DeletionGracePeriodSeconds = ref.DeletionGracePeriodSeconds
	existing.Status = ref.Status
	updateAnnotations(existing, ref)

	// 2. this is an graceful delete
	if ref.DeletionTimestamp != nil {
		needGracefulDelete = true
	} else {
		// 3. this is an update
		needUpdate = true


// Sync sends a copy of the current state through the update channel.
func (s *podStorage) Sync() {
	defer s.updateLock.Unlock()
	s.updates <- kubetypes.PodUpdate{Pods: s.MergedState().([]*v1.Pod), Op: kubetypes.SET, Source: kubetypes.AllSource}

// Object implements config.Accessor
func (s *podStorage) MergedState() interface{} {
	defer s.podLock.RUnlock()
	pods := make([]*v1.Pod, 0)
	for _, sourcePods := range s.pods {
		for _, podRef := range sourcePods {
			pods = append(pods, podRef.DeepCopy())
	return pods

func copyPods(sourcePods []*v1.Pod) []*v1.Pod {
	pods := []*v1.Pod{}
	for _, source := range sourcePods {
		// Use a deep copy here just in case
		pods = append(pods, source.DeepCopy())
	return pods


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