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// This file was autogenerated by go-to-protobuf. Do not edit it manually!
syntax = 'proto2';
import "";
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// Package-wide variables from generator "generated".
option go_package = "v1alpha1";
// Endpoint represents a single logical "backend" implementing a service.
message Endpoint {
// addresses of this endpoint. The contents of this field are interpreted
// according to the corresponding EndpointSlice addressType field. This
// allows for cases like dual-stack (IPv4 and IPv6) networking. Consumers
// (e.g. kube-proxy) must handle different types of addresses in the context
// of their own capabilities. This must contain at least one address but no
// more than 100.
// +listType=set
repeated string addresses = 1;
// conditions contains information about the current status of the endpoint.
optional EndpointConditions conditions = 2;
// hostname of this endpoint. This field may be used by consumers of
// endpoints to distinguish endpoints from each other (e.g. in DNS names).
// Multiple endpoints which use the same hostname should be considered
// fungible (e.g. multiple A values in DNS). Must pass DNS Label (RFC 1123)
// validation.
// +optional
optional string hostname = 3;
// targetRef is a reference to a Kubernetes object that represents this
// endpoint.
// +optional
optional targetRef = 4;
// topology contains arbitrary topology information associated with the
// endpoint. These key/value pairs must conform with the label format.
// Topology may include a maximum of 16 key/value pairs. This includes, but
// is not limited to the following well known keys:
// * the value indicates the hostname of the node
// where the endpoint is located. This should match the corresponding
// node label.
// * the value indicates the zone where the
// endpoint is located. This should match the corresponding node label.
// * the value indicates the region where the
// endpoint is located. This should match the corresponding node label.
// +optional
map<string, string> topology = 5;
// EndpointConditions represents the current condition of an endpoint.
message EndpointConditions {
// ready indicates that this endpoint is prepared to receive traffic,
// according to whatever system is managing the endpoint. A nil value
// indicates an unknown state. In most cases consumers should interpret this
// unknown state as ready.
// +optional
optional bool ready = 1;
// EndpointPort represents a Port used by an EndpointSlice
message EndpointPort {
// The name of this port. All ports in an EndpointSlice must have a unique
// name. If the EndpointSlice is dervied from a Kubernetes service, this
// corresponds to the Service.ports[].name.
// Name must either be an empty string or pass IANA_SVC_NAME validation:
// * must be no more than 15 characters long
// * may contain only [-a-z0-9]
// * must contain at least one letter [a-z]
// * it must not start or end with a hyphen, nor contain adjacent hyphens
// Default is empty string.
optional string name = 1;
// The IP protocol for this port.
// Must be UDP, TCP, or SCTP.
// Default is TCP.
optional string protocol = 2;
// The port number of the endpoint.
// If this is not specified, ports are not restricted and must be
// interpreted in the context of the specific consumer.
optional int32 port = 3;
// EndpointSlice represents a subset of the endpoints that implement a service.
// For a given service there may be multiple EndpointSlice objects, selected by
// labels, which must be joined to produce the full set of endpoints.
message EndpointSlice {
// Standard object's metadata.
// +optional
optional metadata = 1;
// addressType specifies the type of address carried by this EndpointSlice.
// All addresses in this slice must be the same type.
// Default is IP
// +optional
optional string addressType = 4;
// endpoints is a list of unique endpoints in this slice. Each slice may
// include a maximum of 1000 endpoints.
// +listType=atomic
repeated Endpoint endpoints = 2;
// ports specifies the list of network ports exposed by each endpoint in
// this slice. Each port must have a unique name. When ports is empty, it
// indicates that there are no defined ports. When a port is defined with a
// nil port value, it indicates "all ports". Each slice may include a
// maximum of 100 ports.
// +optional
// +listType=atomic
repeated EndpointPort ports = 3;
// EndpointSliceList represents a list of endpoint slices
message EndpointSliceList {
// Standard list metadata.
// +optional
optional metadata = 1;
// List of endpoint slices
// +listType=set
repeated EndpointSlice items = 2;