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// This file was autogenerated by go-to-protobuf. Do not edit it manually!
syntax = "proto2";
package k8s.io.api.authorization.v1;
import "k8s.io/apimachinery/pkg/apis/meta/v1/generated.proto";
import "k8s.io/apimachinery/pkg/runtime/generated.proto";
import "k8s.io/apimachinery/pkg/runtime/schema/generated.proto";
// Package-wide variables from generator "generated".
option go_package = "v1";
// ExtraValue masks the value so protobuf can generate
// +protobuf.nullable=true
// +protobuf.options.(gogoproto.goproto_stringer)=false
message ExtraValue {
// items, if empty, will result in an empty slice
repeated string items = 1;
}
// LocalSubjectAccessReview checks whether or not a user or group can perform an action in a given namespace.
// Having a namespace scoped resource makes it much easier to grant namespace scoped policy that includes permissions
// checking.
message LocalSubjectAccessReview {
// +optional
optional k8s.io.apimachinery.pkg.apis.meta.v1.ObjectMeta metadata = 1;
// Spec holds information about the request being evaluated. spec.namespace must be equal to the namespace
// you made the request against. If empty, it is defaulted.
optional SubjectAccessReviewSpec spec = 2;
// Status is filled in by the server and indicates whether the request is allowed or not
// +optional
optional SubjectAccessReviewStatus status = 3;
}
// NonResourceAttributes includes the authorization attributes available for non-resource requests to the Authorizer interface
message NonResourceAttributes {
// Path is the URL path of the request
// +optional
optional string path = 1;
// Verb is the standard HTTP verb
// +optional
optional string verb = 2;
}
// NonResourceRule holds information that describes a rule for the non-resource
message NonResourceRule {
// Verb is a list of kubernetes non-resource API verbs, like: get, post, put, delete, patch, head, options. "*" means all.
repeated string verbs = 1;
// NonResourceURLs is a set of partial urls that a user should have access to. *s are allowed, but only as the full,
// final step in the path. "*" means all.
// +optional
repeated string nonResourceURLs = 2;
}
// ResourceAttributes includes the authorization attributes available for resource requests to the Authorizer interface
message ResourceAttributes {
// Namespace is the namespace of the action being requested. Currently, there is no distinction between no namespace and all namespaces
// "" (empty) is defaulted for LocalSubjectAccessReviews
// "" (empty) is empty for cluster-scoped resources
// "" (empty) means "all" for namespace scoped resources from a SubjectAccessReview or SelfSubjectAccessReview
// +optional
optional string namespace = 1;
// Verb is a kubernetes resource API verb, like: get, list, watch, create, update, delete, proxy. "*" means all.
// +optional
optional string verb = 2;
// Group is the API Group of the Resource. "*" means all.
// +optional
optional string group = 3;
// Version is the API Version of the Resource. "*" means all.
// +optional
optional string version = 4;
// Resource is one of the existing resource types. "*" means all.
// +optional
optional string resource = 5;
// Subresource is one of the existing resource types. "" means none.
// +optional
optional string subresource = 6;
// Name is the name of the resource being requested for a "get" or deleted for a "delete". "" (empty) means all.
// +optional
optional string name = 7;
}
// ResourceRule is the list of actions the subject is allowed to perform on resources. The list ordering isn't significant,
// may contain duplicates, and possibly be incomplete.
message ResourceRule {
// Verb is a list of kubernetes resource API verbs, like: get, list, watch, create, update, delete, proxy. "*" means all.
repeated string verbs = 1;
// APIGroups is the name of the APIGroup that contains the resources. If multiple API groups are specified, any action requested against one of
// the enumerated resources in any API group will be allowed. "*" means all.
// +optional
repeated string apiGroups = 2;
// Resources is a list of resources this rule applies to. "*" means all in the specified apiGroups.
// "*/foo" represents the subresource 'foo' for all resources in the specified apiGroups.
// +optional
repeated string resources = 3;
// ResourceNames is an optional white list of names that the rule applies to. An empty set means that everything is allowed. "*" means all.
// +optional
repeated string resourceNames = 4;
}
// SelfSubjectAccessReview checks whether or the current user can perform an action. Not filling in a
// spec.namespace means "in all namespaces". Self is a special case, because users should always be able
// to check whether they can perform an action
message SelfSubjectAccessReview {
// +optional
optional k8s.io.apimachinery.pkg.apis.meta.v1.ObjectMeta metadata = 1;
// Spec holds information about the request being evaluated. user and groups must be empty
optional SelfSubjectAccessReviewSpec spec = 2;
// Status is filled in by the server and indicates whether the request is allowed or not
// +optional
optional SubjectAccessReviewStatus status = 3;
}
// SelfSubjectAccessReviewSpec is a description of the access request. Exactly one of ResourceAuthorizationAttributes
// and NonResourceAuthorizationAttributes must be set
message SelfSubjectAccessReviewSpec {
// ResourceAuthorizationAttributes describes information for a resource access request
// +optional
optional ResourceAttributes resourceAttributes = 1;
// NonResourceAttributes describes information for a non-resource access request
// +optional
optional NonResourceAttributes nonResourceAttributes = 2;
}
// SelfSubjectRulesReview enumerates the set of actions the current user can perform within a namespace.
// The returned list of actions may be incomplete depending on the server's authorization mode,
// and any errors experienced during the evaluation. SelfSubjectRulesReview should be used by UIs to show/hide actions,
// or to quickly let an end user reason about their permissions. It should NOT Be used by external systems to
// drive authorization decisions as this raises confused deputy, cache lifetime/revocation, and correctness concerns.
// SubjectAccessReview, and LocalAccessReview are the correct way to defer authorization decisions to the API server.
message SelfSubjectRulesReview {
// +optional
optional k8s.io.apimachinery.pkg.apis.meta.v1.ObjectMeta metadata = 1;
// Spec holds information about the request being evaluated.
optional SelfSubjectRulesReviewSpec spec = 2;
// Status is filled in by the server and indicates the set of actions a user can perform.
// +optional
optional SubjectRulesReviewStatus status = 3;
}
message SelfSubjectRulesReviewSpec {
// Namespace to evaluate rules for. Required.
optional string namespace = 1;
}
// SubjectAccessReview checks whether or not a user or group can perform an action.
message SubjectAccessReview {
// +optional
optional k8s.io.apimachinery.pkg.apis.meta.v1.ObjectMeta metadata = 1;
// Spec holds information about the request being evaluated
optional SubjectAccessReviewSpec spec = 2;
// Status is filled in by the server and indicates whether the request is allowed or not
// +optional
optional SubjectAccessReviewStatus status = 3;
}
// SubjectAccessReviewSpec is a description of the access request. Exactly one of ResourceAuthorizationAttributes
// and NonResourceAuthorizationAttributes must be set
message SubjectAccessReviewSpec {
// ResourceAuthorizationAttributes describes information for a resource access request
// +optional
optional ResourceAttributes resourceAttributes = 1;
// NonResourceAttributes describes information for a non-resource access request
// +optional
optional NonResourceAttributes nonResourceAttributes = 2;
// User is the user you're testing for.
// If you specify "User" but not "Groups", then is it interpreted as "What if User were not a member of any groups
// +optional
optional string user = 3;
// Groups is the groups you're testing for.
// +optional
repeated string groups = 4;
// Extra corresponds to the user.Info.GetExtra() method from the authenticator. Since that is input to the authorizer
// it needs a reflection here.
// +optional
map<string, ExtraValue> extra = 5;
// UID information about the requesting user.
// +optional
optional string uid = 6;
}
// SubjectAccessReviewStatus
message SubjectAccessReviewStatus {
// Allowed is required. True if the action would be allowed, false otherwise.
optional bool allowed = 1;
// Denied is optional. True if the action would be denied, otherwise
// false. If both allowed is false and denied is false, then the
// authorizer has no opinion on whether to authorize the action. Denied
// may not be true if Allowed is true.
// +optional
optional bool denied = 4;
// Reason is optional. It indicates why a request was allowed or denied.
// +optional
optional string reason = 2;
// EvaluationError is an indication that some error occurred during the authorization check.
// It is entirely possible to get an error and be able to continue determine authorization status in spite of it.
// For instance, RBAC can be missing a role, but enough roles are still present and bound to reason about the request.
// +optional
optional string evaluationError = 3;
}
// SubjectRulesReviewStatus contains the result of a rules check. This check can be incomplete depending on
// the set of authorizers the server is configured with and any errors experienced during evaluation.
// Because authorization rules are additive, if a rule appears in a list it's safe to assume the subject has that permission,
// even if that list is incomplete.
message SubjectRulesReviewStatus {
// ResourceRules is the list of actions the subject is allowed to perform on resources.
// The list ordering isn't significant, may contain duplicates, and possibly be incomplete.
repeated ResourceRule resourceRules = 1;
// NonResourceRules is the list of actions the subject is allowed to perform on non-resources.
// The list ordering isn't significant, may contain duplicates, and possibly be incomplete.
repeated NonResourceRule nonResourceRules = 2;
// Incomplete is true when the rules returned by this call are incomplete. This is most commonly
// encountered when an authorizer, such as an external authorizer, doesn't support rules evaluation.
optional bool incomplete = 3;
// EvaluationError can appear in combination with Rules. It indicates an error occurred during
// rule evaluation, such as an authorizer that doesn't support rule evaluation, and that
// ResourceRules and/or NonResourceRules may be incomplete.
// +optional
optional string evaluationError = 4;
}