Commit 52c4da16 by Simon Pasquier

Bump Kubernetes dependencies

Signed-off-by: 's avatarSimon Pasquier <spasquie@redhat.com>
parent 50ae4e29
......@@ -22,14 +22,12 @@ require (
github.com/docker/docker v17.12.0-ce-rc1.0.20200706150819-a40b877fbb9e+incompatible
github.com/docker/go-connections v0.4.0 // indirect
github.com/edsrzf/mmap-go v1.0.0
github.com/evanphx/json-patch v4.2.0+incompatible // indirect
github.com/go-kit/kit v0.10.0
github.com/go-logfmt/logfmt v0.5.0
github.com/go-openapi/strfmt v0.19.5
github.com/gogo/protobuf v1.3.1
github.com/golang/snappy v0.0.1
github.com/google/pprof v0.0.0-20200708004538-1a94d8640e99
github.com/googleapis/gnostic v0.4.0 // indirect
github.com/gophercloud/gophercloud v0.12.0
github.com/grpc-ecosystem/grpc-gateway v1.14.6
github.com/hashicorp/consul/api v1.6.0
......@@ -77,11 +75,10 @@ require (
gopkg.in/yaml.v2 v2.3.0
gopkg.in/yaml.v3 v3.0.0-20200615113413-eeeca48fe776
gotest.tools v2.2.0+incompatible // indirect
k8s.io/api v0.18.8
k8s.io/apimachinery v0.18.8
k8s.io/client-go v0.18.8
k8s.io/api v0.19.2
k8s.io/apimachinery v0.19.2
k8s.io/client-go v0.19.2
k8s.io/klog v1.0.0
k8s.io/utils v0.0.0-20200414100711-2df71ebbae66 // indirect
)
replace k8s.io/klog => github.com/simonpasquier/klog-gokit v0.1.0
......
language: go
go:
- 1.8
- 1.7
- 1.14
- 1.13
install:
- if ! go get code.google.com/p/go.tools/cmd/cover; then go get golang.org/x/tools/cmd/cover; fi
......@@ -11,6 +11,9 @@ install:
script:
- go get
- go test -cover ./...
- cd ./v5
- go get
- go test -cover ./...
notifications:
email: false
......@@ -6,7 +6,7 @@ modification, are permitted provided that the following conditions are met:
* Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright notice, this
list of conditions and the following disclaimer.
* Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the above copyright notice
* Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the above copyright notice,
this list of conditions and the following disclaimer in the documentation
and/or other materials provided with the distribution.
* Neither the name of the Evan Phoenix nor the names of its contributors
......
# JSON-Patch
`jsonpatch` is a library which provides functionallity for both applying
`jsonpatch` is a library which provides functionality for both applying
[RFC6902 JSON patches](http://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc6902) against documents, as
well as for calculating & applying [RFC7396 JSON merge patches](https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc7396).
......@@ -11,10 +11,11 @@ well as for calculating & applying [RFC7396 JSON merge patches](https://tools.ie
**Latest and greatest**:
```bash
go get -u github.com/evanphx/json-patch
go get -u github.com/evanphx/json-patch/v5
```
**Stable Versions**:
* Version 5: `go get -u gopkg.in/evanphx/json-patch.v5`
* Version 4: `go get -u gopkg.in/evanphx/json-patch.v4`
(previous versions below `v3` are unavailable)
......@@ -82,7 +83,7 @@ When ran, you get the following output:
```bash
$ go run main.go
patch document: {"height":null,"name":"Jane"}
updated tina doc: {"age":28,"name":"Jane"}
updated alternative doc: {"age":28,"name":"Jane"}
```
## Create and apply a JSON Patch
......@@ -164,7 +165,7 @@ func main() {
}
if !jsonpatch.Equal(original, different) {
fmt.Println(`"original" is _not_ structurally equal to "similar"`)
fmt.Println(`"original" is _not_ structurally equal to "different"`)
}
}
```
......@@ -173,7 +174,7 @@ When ran, you get the following output:
```bash
$ go run main.go
"original" is structurally equal to "similar"
"original" is _not_ structurally equal to "similar"
"original" is _not_ structurally equal to "different"
```
## Combine merge patches
......
......@@ -307,13 +307,16 @@ func matchesValue(av, bv interface{}) bool {
return true
case map[string]interface{}:
bt := bv.(map[string]interface{})
for key := range at {
if !matchesValue(at[key], bt[key]) {
return false
}
if len(bt) != len(at) {
return false
}
for key := range bt {
if !matchesValue(at[key], bt[key]) {
av, aOK := at[key]
bv, bOK := bt[key]
if aOK != bOK {
return false
}
if !matchesValue(av, bv) {
return false
}
}
......
# A more minimal logging API for Go
Before you consider this package, please read [this blog post by the inimitable
Dave Cheney](http://dave.cheney.net/2015/11/05/lets-talk-about-logging). I
really appreciate what he has to say, and it largely aligns with my own
experiences. Too many choices of levels means inconsistent logs.
Before you consider this package, please read [this blog post by the
inimitable Dave Cheney][warning-makes-no-sense]. I really appreciate what
he has to say, and it largely aligns with my own experiences. Too many
choices of levels means inconsistent logs.
This package offers a purely abstract interface, based on these ideas but with
a few twists. Code can depend on just this interface and have the actual
......@@ -31,6 +31,151 @@ may feel very similar, but the primary difference is the lack of semantics.
Because verbosity is a numerical value, it's safe to assume that an app running
with higher verbosity means more (and less important) logs will be generated.
This is a BETA grade API. I have implemented it for
[glog](https://godoc.org/github.com/golang/glog). Until there is a significant
2nd implementation, I don't really know how it will change.
This is a BETA grade API.
There are implementations for the following logging libraries:
- **github.com/google/glog**: [glogr](https://github.com/go-logr/glogr)
- **k8s.io/klog**: [klogr](https://git.k8s.io/klog/klogr)
- **go.uber.org/zap**: [zapr](https://github.com/go-logr/zapr)
- **log** (the Go standard library logger):
[stdr](https://github.com/go-logr/stdr)
- **github.com/sirupsen/logrus**: [logrusr](https://github.com/bombsimon/logrusr)
# FAQ
## Conceptual
## Why structured logging?
- **Structured logs are more easily queriable**: Since you've got
key-value pairs, it's much easier to query your structured logs for
particular values by filtering on the contents of a particular key --
think searching request logs for error codes, Kubernetes reconcilers for
the name and namespace of the reconciled object, etc
- **Structured logging makes it easier to have cross-referencable logs**:
Similarly to searchability, if you maintain conventions around your
keys, it becomes easy to gather all log lines related to a particular
concept.
- **Structured logs allow better dimensions of filtering**: if you have
structure to your logs, you've got more precise control over how much
information is logged -- you might choose in a particular configuration
to log certain keys but not others, only log lines where a certain key
matches a certain value, etc, instead of just having v-levels and names
to key off of.
- **Structured logs better represent structured data**: sometimes, the
data that you want to log is inherently structured (think tuple-link
objects). Structured logs allow you to preserve that structure when
outputting.
## Why V-levels?
**V-levels give operators an easy way to control the chattiness of log
operations**. V-levels provide a way for a given package to distinguish
the relative importance or verbosity of a given log message. Then, if
a particular logger or package is logging too many messages, the user
of the package can simply change the v-levels for that library.
## Why not more named levels, like Warning?
Read [Dave Cheney's post][warning-makes-no-sense]. Then read [Differences
from Dave's ideas](#differences-from-daves-ideas).
## Why not allow format strings, too?
**Format strings negate many of the benefits of structured logs**:
- They're not easily searchable without resorting to fuzzy searching,
regular expressions, etc
- They don't store structured data well, since contents are flattened into
a string
- They're not cross-referencable
- They don't compress easily, since the message is not constant
(unless you turn positional parameters into key-value pairs with numerical
keys, at which point you've gotten key-value logging with meaningless
keys)
## Practical
## Why key-value pairs, and not a map?
Key-value pairs are *much* easier to optimize, especially around
allocations. Zap (a structured logger that inspired logr's interface) has
[performance measurements](https://github.com/uber-go/zap#performance)
that show this quite nicely.
While the interface ends up being a little less obvious, you get
potentially better performance, plus avoid making users type
`map[string]string{}` every time they want to log.
## What if my V-levels differ between libraries?
That's fine. Control your V-levels on a per-logger basis, and use the
`WithName` function to pass different loggers to different libraries.
Generally, you should take care to ensure that you have relatively
consistent V-levels within a given logger, however, as this makes deciding
on what verbosity of logs to request easier.
## But I *really* want to use a format string!
That's not actually a question. Assuming your question is "how do
I convert my mental model of logging with format strings to logging with
constant messages":
1. figure out what the error actually is, as you'd write in a TL;DR style,
and use that as a message
2. For every place you'd write a format specifier, look to the word before
it, and add that as a key value pair
For instance, consider the following examples (all taken from spots in the
Kubernetes codebase):
- `klog.V(4).Infof("Client is returning errors: code %v, error %v",
responseCode, err)` becomes `logger.Error(err, "client returned an
error", "code", responseCode)`
- `klog.V(4).Infof("Got a Retry-After %ds response for attempt %d to %v",
seconds, retries, url)` becomes `logger.V(4).Info("got a retry-after
response when requesting url", "attempt", retries, "after
seconds", seconds, "url", url)`
If you *really* must use a format string, place it as a key value, and
call `fmt.Sprintf` yourself -- for instance, `log.Printf("unable to
reflect over type %T")` becomes `logger.Info("unable to reflect over
type", "type", fmt.Sprintf("%T"))`. In general though, the cases where
this is necessary should be few and far between.
## How do I choose my V-levels?
This is basically the only hard constraint: increase V-levels to denote
more verbose or more debug-y logs.
Otherwise, you can start out with `0` as "you always want to see this",
`1` as "common logging that you might *possibly* want to turn off", and
`10` as "I would like to performance-test your log collection stack".
Then gradually choose levels in between as you need them, working your way
down from 10 (for debug and trace style logs) and up from 1 (for chattier
info-type logs).
## How do I choose my keys
- make your keys human-readable
- constant keys are generally a good idea
- be consistent across your codebase
- keys should naturally match parts of the message string
While key names are mostly unrestricted (and spaces are acceptable),
it's generally a good idea to stick to printable ascii characters, or at
least match the general character set of your log lines.
[warning-makes-no-sense]: http://dave.cheney.net/2015/11/05/lets-talk-about-logging
module github.com/go-logr/logr
go 1.14
......@@ -47,6 +47,14 @@ func initializeInfoCache() {
}
}
func EnableFileCache() {
fileCacheEnable = true
}
func EnableInfoCache() {
infoCacheEnable = true
}
func DisableFileCache() {
fileCacheEnable = false
}
......@@ -78,10 +86,19 @@ func GetInfoCache() map[string]interface{} {
return infoCache
}
func ClearFileCache() {
fileCache = make(map[string][]byte, 0)
}
func ClearInfoCache() {
infoCache = make(map[string]interface{})
}
func ClearCaches() {
ClearFileCache()
ClearInfoCache()
}
// FetchFile gets a specified file from the local filesystem or a remote location.
func FetchFile(fileurl string) ([]byte, error) {
var bytes []byte
......
......@@ -273,28 +273,28 @@ func init() {
func init() { proto.RegisterFile("extensions/extension.proto", fileDescriptor_661e47e790f76671) }
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......@@ -648,7 +648,8 @@ func String(t Transformer, s string) (result string, n int, err error) {
// Transform the remaining input, growing dst and src buffers as necessary.
for {
n := copy(src, s[pSrc:])
nDst, nSrc, err := t.Transform(dst[pDst:], src[:n], pSrc+n == len(s))
atEOF := pSrc+n == len(s)
nDst, nSrc, err := t.Transform(dst[pDst:], src[:n], atEOF)
pDst += nDst
pSrc += nSrc
......@@ -659,6 +660,9 @@ func String(t Transformer, s string) (result string, n int, err error) {
dst = grow(dst, pDst)
}
} else if err == ErrShortSrc {
if atEOF {
return string(dst[:pDst]), pSrc, err
}
if nSrc == 0 {
src = grow(src, 0)
}
......
......@@ -480,15 +480,15 @@ func (s *isolatingRunSequence) resolveWeakTypes() {
// Rule W1.
// Changes all NSMs.
preceedingCharacterType := s.sos
precedingCharacterType := s.sos
for i, t := range s.types {
if t == NSM {
s.types[i] = preceedingCharacterType
s.types[i] = precedingCharacterType
} else {
if t.in(LRI, RLI, FSI, PDI) {
preceedingCharacterType = ON
precedingCharacterType = ON
}
preceedingCharacterType = t
precedingCharacterType = t
}
}
......
// Code generated by running "go generate" in golang.org/x/text. DO NOT EDIT.
// +build go1.13
// +build go1.13,!go1.14
package bidi
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// Code generated by running "go generate" in golang.org/x/text. DO NOT EDIT.
// +build go1.13
// +build go1.13,!go1.14
package norm
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// Code generated by running "go generate" in golang.org/x/text. DO NOT EDIT.
// +build go1.13
// +build go1.13,!go1.14
package width
......
......@@ -245,8 +245,8 @@ message Rule {
// RuleWithOperations is a tuple of Operations and Resources. It is recommended to make
// sure that all the tuple expansions are valid.
message RuleWithOperations {
// Operations is the operations the admission hook cares about - CREATE, UPDATE, or *
// for all operations.
// Operations is the operations the admission hook cares about - CREATE, UPDATE, DELETE, CONNECT or *
// for all of those operations and any future admission operations that are added.
// If '*' is present, the length of the slice must be one.
// Required.
repeated string operations = 1;
......
......@@ -462,8 +462,8 @@ const (
// RuleWithOperations is a tuple of Operations and Resources. It is recommended to make
// sure that all the tuple expansions are valid.
type RuleWithOperations struct {
// Operations is the operations the admission hook cares about - CREATE, UPDATE, or *
// for all operations.
// Operations is the operations the admission hook cares about - CREATE, UPDATE, DELETE, CONNECT or *
// for all of those operations and any future admission operations that are added.
// If '*' is present, the length of the slice must be one.
// Required.
Operations []OperationType `json:"operations,omitempty" protobuf:"bytes,1,rep,name=operations,casttype=OperationType"`
......
......@@ -80,7 +80,7 @@ func (Rule) SwaggerDoc() map[string]string {
var map_RuleWithOperations = map[string]string{
"": "RuleWithOperations is a tuple of Operations and Resources. It is recommended to make sure that all the tuple expansions are valid.",
"operations": "Operations is the operations the admission hook cares about - CREATE, UPDATE, or * for all operations. If '*' is present, the length of the slice must be one. Required.",
"operations": "Operations is the operations the admission hook cares about - CREATE, UPDATE, DELETE, CONNECT or * for all of those operations and any future admission operations that are added. If '*' is present, the length of the slice must be one. Required.",
}
</