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// This file was autogenerated by go-to-protobuf. Do not edit it manually!
syntax = "proto2";
package k8s.io.api.certificates.v1;
import "k8s.io/api/core/v1/generated.proto";
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";
// CertificateSigningRequest objects provide a mechanism to obtain x509 certificates
// by submitting a certificate signing request, and having it asynchronously approved and issued.
//
// Kubelets use this API to obtain:
// 1. client certificates to authenticate to kube-apiserver (with the "kubernetes.io/kube-apiserver-client-kubelet" signerName).
// 2. serving certificates for TLS endpoints kube-apiserver can connect to securely (with the "kubernetes.io/kubelet-serving" signerName).
//
// This API can be used to request client certificates to authenticate to kube-apiserver
// (with the "kubernetes.io/kube-apiserver-client" signerName),
// or to obtain certificates from custom non-Kubernetes signers.
message CertificateSigningRequest {
// +optional
optional k8s.io.apimachinery.pkg.apis.meta.v1.ObjectMeta metadata = 1;
// spec contains the certificate request, and is immutable after creation.
// Only the request, signerName, and usages fields can be set on creation.
// Other fields are derived by Kubernetes and cannot be modified by users.
optional CertificateSigningRequestSpec spec = 2;
// status contains information about whether the request is approved or denied,
// and the certificate issued by the signer, or the failure condition indicating signer failure.
// +optional
optional CertificateSigningRequestStatus status = 3;
}
// CertificateSigningRequestCondition describes a condition of a CertificateSigningRequest object
message CertificateSigningRequestCondition {
// type of the condition. Known conditions are "Approved", "Denied", and "Failed".
//
// An "Approved" condition is added via the /approval subresource,
// indicating the request was approved and should be issued by the signer.
//
// A "Denied" condition is added via the /approval subresource,
// indicating the request was denied and should not be issued by the signer.
//
// A "Failed" condition is added via the /status subresource,
// indicating the signer failed to issue the certificate.
//
// Approved and Denied conditions are mutually exclusive.
// Approved, Denied, and Failed conditions cannot be removed once added.
//
// Only one condition of a given type is allowed.
optional string type = 1;
// status of the condition, one of True, False, Unknown.
// Approved, Denied, and Failed conditions may not be "False" or "Unknown".
optional string status = 6;
// reason indicates a brief reason for the request state
// +optional
optional string reason = 2;
// message contains a human readable message with details about the request state
// +optional
optional string message = 3;
// lastUpdateTime is the time of the last update to this condition
// +optional
optional k8s.io.apimachinery.pkg.apis.meta.v1.Time lastUpdateTime = 4;
// lastTransitionTime is the time the condition last transitioned from one status to another.
// If unset, when a new condition type is added or an existing condition's status is changed,
// the server defaults this to the current time.
// +optional
optional k8s.io.apimachinery.pkg.apis.meta.v1.Time lastTransitionTime = 5;
}
// CertificateSigningRequestList is a collection of CertificateSigningRequest objects
message CertificateSigningRequestList {
// +optional
optional k8s.io.apimachinery.pkg.apis.meta.v1.ListMeta metadata = 1;
// items is a collection of CertificateSigningRequest objects
repeated CertificateSigningRequest items = 2;
}
// CertificateSigningRequestSpec contains the certificate request.
message CertificateSigningRequestSpec {
// request contains an x509 certificate signing request encoded in a "CERTIFICATE REQUEST" PEM block.
// When serialized as JSON or YAML, the data is additionally base64-encoded.
// +listType=atomic
optional bytes request = 1;
// signerName indicates the requested signer, and is a qualified name.
//
// List/watch requests for CertificateSigningRequests can filter on this field using a "spec.signerName=NAME" fieldSelector.
//
// Well-known Kubernetes signers are:
// 1. "kubernetes.io/kube-apiserver-client": issues client certificates that can be used to authenticate to kube-apiserver.
// Requests for this signer are never auto-approved by kube-controller-manager, can be issued by the "csrsigning" controller in kube-controller-manager.
// 2. "kubernetes.io/kube-apiserver-client-kubelet": issues client certificates that kubelets use to authenticate to kube-apiserver.
// Requests for this signer can be auto-approved by the "csrapproving" controller in kube-controller-manager, and can be issued by the "csrsigning" controller in kube-controller-manager.
// 3. "kubernetes.io/kubelet-serving" issues serving certificates that kubelets use to serve TLS endpoints, which kube-apiserver can connect to securely.
// Requests for this signer are never auto-approved by kube-controller-manager, and can be issued by the "csrsigning" controller in kube-controller-manager.
//
// More details are available at https://k8s.io/docs/reference/access-authn-authz/certificate-signing-requests/#kubernetes-signers
//
// Custom signerNames can also be specified. The signer defines:
// 1. Trust distribution: how trust (CA bundles) are distributed.
// 2. Permitted subjects: and behavior when a disallowed subject is requested.
// 3. Required, permitted, or forbidden x509 extensions in the request (including whether subjectAltNames are allowed, which types, restrictions on allowed values) and behavior when a disallowed extension is requested.
// 4. Required, permitted, or forbidden key usages / extended key usages.
// 5. Expiration/certificate lifetime: whether it is fixed by the signer, configurable by the admin.
// 6. Whether or not requests for CA certificates are allowed.
optional string signerName = 7;
// usages specifies a set of key usages requested in the issued certificate.
//
// Requests for TLS client certificates typically request: "digital signature", "key encipherment", "client auth".
//
// Requests for TLS serving certificates typically request: "key encipherment", "digital signature", "server auth".
//
// Valid values are:
// "signing", "digital signature", "content commitment",
// "key encipherment", "key agreement", "data encipherment",
// "cert sign", "crl sign", "encipher only", "decipher only", "any",
// "server auth", "client auth",
// "code signing", "email protection", "s/mime",
// "ipsec end system", "ipsec tunnel", "ipsec user",
// "timestamping", "ocsp signing", "microsoft sgc", "netscape sgc"
// +listType=atomic
repeated string usages = 5;
// username contains the name of the user that created the CertificateSigningRequest.
// Populated by the API server on creation and immutable.
// +optional
optional string username = 2;
// uid contains the uid of the user that created the CertificateSigningRequest.
// Populated by the API server on creation and immutable.
// +optional
optional string uid = 3;
// groups contains group membership of the user that created the CertificateSigningRequest.
// Populated by the API server on creation and immutable.
// +listType=atomic
// +optional
repeated string groups = 4;
// extra contains extra attributes of the user that created the CertificateSigningRequest.
// Populated by the API server on creation and immutable.
// +optional
map<string, ExtraValue> extra = 6;
}
// CertificateSigningRequestStatus contains conditions used to indicate
// approved/denied/failed status of the request, and the issued certificate.
message CertificateSigningRequestStatus {
// conditions applied to the request. Known conditions are "Approved", "Denied", and "Failed".
// +listType=map
// +listMapKey=type
// +optional
repeated CertificateSigningRequestCondition conditions = 1;
// certificate is populated with an issued certificate by the signer after an Approved condition is present.
// This field is set via the /status subresource. Once populated, this field is immutable.
//
// If the certificate signing request is denied, a condition of type "Denied" is added and this field remains empty.
// If the signer cannot issue the certificate, a condition of type "Failed" is added and this field remains empty.
//
// Validation requirements:
// 1. certificate must contain one or more PEM blocks.
// 2. All PEM blocks must have the "CERTIFICATE" label, contain no headers, and the encoded data
// must be a BER-encoded ASN.1 Certificate structure as described in section 4 of RFC5280.
// 3. Non-PEM content may appear before or after the "CERTIFICATE" PEM blocks and is unvalidated,
// to allow for explanatory text as described in section 5.2 of RFC7468.
//
// If more than one PEM block is present, and the definition of the requested spec.signerName
// does not indicate otherwise, the first block is the issued certificate,
// and subsequent blocks should be treated as intermediate certificates and presented in TLS handshakes.
//
// The certificate is encoded in PEM format.
//
// When serialized as JSON or YAML, the data is additionally base64-encoded, so it consists of:
//
// base64(
// -----BEGIN CERTIFICATE-----
// ...
// -----END CERTIFICATE-----
// )
//
// +listType=atomic
// +optional
optional bytes certificate = 2;
}
// 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;
}