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// This file was autogenerated by go-to-protobuf. Do not edit it manually!
syntax = "proto2";
package k8s.io.api.storage.v1beta1;
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 = "v1beta1";
// CSIDriver captures information about a Container Storage Interface (CSI)
// volume driver deployed on the cluster.
// CSI drivers do not need to create the CSIDriver object directly. Instead they may use the
// cluster-driver-registrar sidecar container. When deployed with a CSI driver it automatically
// creates a CSIDriver object representing the driver.
// Kubernetes attach detach controller uses this object to determine whether attach is required.
// Kubelet uses this object to determine whether pod information needs to be passed on mount.
// CSIDriver objects are non-namespaced.
message CSIDriver {
// Standard object metadata.
// metadata.Name indicates the name of the CSI driver that this object
// refers to; it MUST be the same name returned by the CSI GetPluginName()
// call for that driver.
// The driver name must be 63 characters or less, beginning and ending with
// an alphanumeric character ([a-z0-9A-Z]) with dashes (-), dots (.), and
// alphanumerics between.
// More info: https://git.k8s.io/community/contributors/devel/sig-architecture/api-conventions.md#metadata
optional k8s.io.apimachinery.pkg.apis.meta.v1.ObjectMeta metadata = 1;
// Specification of the CSI Driver.
optional CSIDriverSpec spec = 2;
}
// CSIDriverList is a collection of CSIDriver objects.
message CSIDriverList {
// Standard list metadata
// More info: https://git.k8s.io/community/contributors/devel/sig-architecture/api-conventions.md#metadata
// +optional
optional k8s.io.apimachinery.pkg.apis.meta.v1.ListMeta metadata = 1;
// items is the list of CSIDriver
repeated CSIDriver items = 2;
}
// CSIDriverSpec is the specification of a CSIDriver.
message CSIDriverSpec {
// attachRequired indicates this CSI volume driver requires an attach
// operation (because it implements the CSI ControllerPublishVolume()
// method), and that the Kubernetes attach detach controller should call
// the attach volume interface which checks the volumeattachment status
// and waits until the volume is attached before proceeding to mounting.
// The CSI external-attacher coordinates with CSI volume driver and updates
// the volumeattachment status when the attach operation is complete.
// If the CSIDriverRegistry feature gate is enabled and the value is
// specified to false, the attach operation will be skipped.
// Otherwise the attach operation will be called.
// +optional
optional bool attachRequired = 1;
// If set to true, podInfoOnMount indicates this CSI volume driver
// requires additional pod information (like podName, podUID, etc.) during
// mount operations.
// If set to false, pod information will not be passed on mount.
// Default is false.
// The CSI driver specifies podInfoOnMount as part of driver deployment.
// If true, Kubelet will pass pod information as VolumeContext in the CSI
// NodePublishVolume() calls.
// The CSI driver is responsible for parsing and validating the information
// passed in as VolumeContext.
// The following VolumeConext will be passed if podInfoOnMount is set to true.
// This list might grow, but the prefix will be used.
// "csi.storage.k8s.io/pod.name": pod.Name
// "csi.storage.k8s.io/pod.namespace": pod.Namespace
// "csi.storage.k8s.io/pod.uid": string(pod.UID)
// "csi.storage.k8s.io/ephemeral": "true" iff the volume is an ephemeral inline volume
// defined by a CSIVolumeSource, otherwise "false"
//
// "csi.storage.k8s.io/ephemeral" is a new feature in Kubernetes 1.16. It is only
// required for drivers which support both the "Persistent" and "Ephemeral" VolumeLifecycleMode.
// Other drivers can leave pod info disabled and/or ignore this field.
// As Kubernetes 1.15 doesn't support this field, drivers can only support one mode when
// deployed on such a cluster and the deployment determines which mode that is, for example
// via a command line parameter of the driver.
// +optional
optional bool podInfoOnMount = 2;
// VolumeLifecycleModes defines what kind of volumes this CSI volume driver supports.
// The default if the list is empty is "Persistent", which is the usage
// defined by the CSI specification and implemented in Kubernetes via the usual
// PV/PVC mechanism.
// The other mode is "Ephemeral". In this mode, volumes are defined inline
// inside the pod spec with CSIVolumeSource and their lifecycle is tied to
// the lifecycle of that pod. A driver has to be aware of this
// because it is only going to get a NodePublishVolume call for such a volume.
// For more information about implementing this mode, see
// https://kubernetes-csi.github.io/docs/ephemeral-local-volumes.html
// A driver can support one or more of these modes and
// more modes may be added in the future.
// +optional
repeated string volumeLifecycleModes = 3;
// If set to true, storageCapacity indicates that the CSI
// volume driver wants pod scheduling to consider the storage
// capacity that the driver deployment will report by creating
// CSIStorageCapacity objects with capacity information.
//
// The check can be enabled immediately when deploying a driver.
// In that case, provisioning new volumes with late binding
// will pause until the driver deployment has published
// some suitable CSIStorageCapacity object.
//
// Alternatively, the driver can be deployed with the field
// unset or false and it can be flipped later when storage
// capacity information has been published.
//
// This is an alpha field and only available when the CSIStorageCapacity
// feature is enabled. The default is false.
//
// +optional
optional bool storageCapacity = 4;
// Defines if the underlying volume supports changing ownership and
// permission of the volume before being mounted.
// Refer to the specific FSGroupPolicy values for additional details.
// This field is alpha-level, and is only honored by servers
// that enable the CSIVolumeFSGroupPolicy feature gate.
// +optional
optional string fsGroupPolicy = 5;
// TokenRequests indicates the CSI driver needs pods' service account
// tokens it is mounting volume for to do necessary authentication. Kubelet
// will pass the tokens in VolumeContext in the CSI NodePublishVolume calls.
// The CSI driver should parse and validate the following VolumeContext:
// "csi.storage.k8s.io/serviceAccount.tokens": {
// "<audience>": {
// "token": <token>,
// "expirationTimestamp": <expiration timestamp in RFC3339>,
// },
// ...
// }
//
// Note: Audience in each TokenRequest should be different and at
// most one token is empty string. To receive a new token after expiry,
// RequiresRepublish can be used to trigger NodePublishVolume periodically.
//
// This is an alpha feature and only available when the
// CSIServiceAccountToken feature is enabled.
//
// +optional
// +listType=atomic
repeated TokenRequest tokenRequests = 6;
// RequiresRepublish indicates the CSI driver wants `NodePublishVolume`
// being periodically called to reflect any possible change in the mounted
// volume. This field defaults to false.
//
// Note: After a successful initial NodePublishVolume call, subsequent calls
// to NodePublishVolume should only update the contents of the volume. New
// mount points will not be seen by a running container.
//
// This is an alpha feature and only available when the
// CSIServiceAccountToken feature is enabled.
//
// +optional
optional bool requiresRepublish = 7;
}
// DEPRECATED - This group version of CSINode is deprecated by storage/v1/CSINode.
// See the release notes for more information.
// CSINode holds information about all CSI drivers installed on a node.
// CSI drivers do not need to create the CSINode object directly. As long as
// they use the node-driver-registrar sidecar container, the kubelet will
// automatically populate the CSINode object for the CSI driver as part of
// kubelet plugin registration.
// CSINode has the same name as a node. If the object is missing, it means either
// there are no CSI Drivers available on the node, or the Kubelet version is low
// enough that it doesn't create this object.
// CSINode has an OwnerReference that points to the corresponding node object.
message CSINode {
// metadata.name must be the Kubernetes node name.
optional k8s.io.apimachinery.pkg.apis.meta.v1.ObjectMeta metadata = 1;
// spec is the specification of CSINode
optional CSINodeSpec spec = 2;
}
// CSINodeDriver holds information about the specification of one CSI driver installed on a node
message CSINodeDriver {
// This is the name of the CSI driver that this object refers to.
// This MUST be the same name returned by the CSI GetPluginName() call for
// that driver.
optional string name = 1;
// nodeID of the node from the driver point of view.
// This field enables Kubernetes to communicate with storage systems that do
// not share the same nomenclature for nodes. For example, Kubernetes may
// refer to a given node as "node1", but the storage system may refer to
// the same node as "nodeA". When Kubernetes issues a command to the storage
// system to attach a volume to a specific node, it can use this field to
// refer to the node name using the ID that the storage system will
// understand, e.g. "nodeA" instead of "node1". This field is required.
optional string nodeID = 2;
// topologyKeys is the list of keys supported by the driver.
// When a driver is initialized on a cluster, it provides a set of topology
// keys that it understands (e.g. "company.com/zone", "company.com/region").
// When a driver is initialized on a node, it provides the same topology keys
// along with values. Kubelet will expose these topology keys as labels
// on its own node object.
// When Kubernetes does topology aware provisioning, it can use this list to
// determine which labels it should retrieve from the node object and pass
// back to the driver.
// It is possible for different nodes to use different topology keys.
// This can be empty if driver does not support topology.
// +optional
repeated string topologyKeys = 3;
// allocatable represents the volume resources of a node that are available for scheduling.
// +optional
optional VolumeNodeResources allocatable = 4;
}
// CSINodeList is a collection of CSINode objects.
message CSINodeList {
// Standard list metadata
// More info: https://git.k8s.io/community/contributors/devel/sig-architecture/api-conventions.md#metadata
// +optional
optional k8s.io.apimachinery.pkg.apis.meta.v1.ListMeta metadata = 1;
// items is the list of CSINode
repeated CSINode items = 2;
}
// CSINodeSpec holds information about the specification of all CSI drivers installed on a node
message CSINodeSpec {
// drivers is a list of information of all CSI Drivers existing on a node.
// If all drivers in the list are uninstalled, this can become empty.
// +patchMergeKey=name
// +patchStrategy=merge
repeated CSINodeDriver drivers = 1;
}
// StorageClass describes the parameters for a class of storage for
// which PersistentVolumes can be dynamically provisioned.
//
// StorageClasses are non-namespaced; the name of the storage class
// according to etcd is in ObjectMeta.Name.
message StorageClass {
// Standard object's metadata.
// More info: https://git.k8s.io/community/contributors/devel/sig-architecture/api-conventions.md#metadata
// +optional
optional k8s.io.apimachinery.pkg.apis.meta.v1.ObjectMeta metadata = 1;
// Provisioner indicates the type of the provisioner.
optional string provisioner = 2;
// Parameters holds the parameters for the provisioner that should
// create volumes of this storage class.
// +optional
map<string, string> parameters = 3;
// Dynamically provisioned PersistentVolumes of this storage class are
// created with this reclaimPolicy. Defaults to Delete.
// +optional
optional string reclaimPolicy = 4;
// Dynamically provisioned PersistentVolumes of this storage class are
// created with these mountOptions, e.g. ["ro", "soft"]. Not validated -
// mount of the PVs will simply fail if one is invalid.
// +optional
repeated string mountOptions = 5;
// AllowVolumeExpansion shows whether the storage class allow volume expand
// +optional
optional bool allowVolumeExpansion = 6;
// VolumeBindingMode indicates how PersistentVolumeClaims should be
// provisioned and bound. When unset, VolumeBindingImmediate is used.
// This field is only honored by servers that enable the VolumeScheduling feature.
// +optional
optional string volumeBindingMode = 7;
// Restrict the node topologies where volumes can be dynamically provisioned.
// Each volume plugin defines its own supported topology specifications.
// An empty TopologySelectorTerm list means there is no topology restriction.
// This field is only honored by servers that enable the VolumeScheduling feature.
// +optional
repeated k8s.io.api.core.v1.TopologySelectorTerm allowedTopologies = 8;
}
// StorageClassList is a collection of storage classes.
message StorageClassList {
// Standard list metadata
// More info: https://git.k8s.io/community/contributors/devel/sig-architecture/api-conventions.md#metadata
// +optional
optional k8s.io.apimachinery.pkg.apis.meta.v1.ListMeta metadata = 1;
// Items is the list of StorageClasses
repeated StorageClass items = 2;
}
// TokenRequest contains parameters of a service account token.
message TokenRequest {
// Audience is the intended audience of the token in "TokenRequestSpec".
// It will default to the audiences of kube apiserver.
optional string audience = 1;
// ExpirationSeconds is the duration of validity of the token in "TokenRequestSpec".
// It has the same default value of "ExpirationSeconds" in "TokenRequestSpec"
//
// +optional
optional int64 expirationSeconds = 2;
}
// VolumeAttachment captures the intent to attach or detach the specified volume
// to/from the specified node.
//
// VolumeAttachment objects are non-namespaced.
message VolumeAttachment {
// Standard object metadata.
// More info: https://git.k8s.io/community/contributors/devel/sig-architecture/api-conventions.md#metadata
// +optional
optional k8s.io.apimachinery.pkg.apis.meta.v1.ObjectMeta metadata = 1;
// Specification of the desired attach/detach volume behavior.
// Populated by the Kubernetes system.
optional VolumeAttachmentSpec spec = 2;
// Status of the VolumeAttachment request.
// Populated by the entity completing the attach or detach
// operation, i.e. the external-attacher.
// +optional
optional VolumeAttachmentStatus status = 3;
}
// VolumeAttachmentList is a collection of VolumeAttachment objects.
message VolumeAttachmentList {
// Standard list metadata
// More info: https://git.k8s.io/community/contributors/devel/sig-architecture/api-conventions.md#metadata
// +optional
optional k8s.io.apimachinery.pkg.apis.meta.v1.ListMeta metadata = 1;
// Items is the list of VolumeAttachments
repeated VolumeAttachment items = 2;
}
// VolumeAttachmentSource represents a volume that should be attached.
// Right now only PersistenVolumes can be attached via external attacher,
// in future we may allow also inline volumes in pods.
// Exactly one member can be set.
message VolumeAttachmentSource {
// Name of the persistent volume to attach.
// +optional
optional string persistentVolumeName = 1;
// inlineVolumeSpec contains all the information necessary to attach
// a persistent volume defined by a pod's inline VolumeSource. This field
// is populated only for the CSIMigration feature. It contains
// translated fields from a pod's inline VolumeSource to a
// PersistentVolumeSpec. This field is alpha-level and is only
// honored by servers that enabled the CSIMigration feature.
// +optional
optional k8s.io.api.core.v1.PersistentVolumeSpec inlineVolumeSpec = 2;
}
// VolumeAttachmentSpec is the specification of a VolumeAttachment request.
message VolumeAttachmentSpec {
// Attacher indicates the name of the volume driver that MUST handle this
// request. This is the name returned by GetPluginName().
optional string attacher = 1;
// Source represents the volume that should be attached.
optional VolumeAttachmentSource source = 2;
// The node that the volume should be attached to.
optional string nodeName = 3;
}
// VolumeAttachmentStatus is the status of a VolumeAttachment request.
message VolumeAttachmentStatus {
// Indicates the volume is successfully attached.
// This field must only be set by the entity completing the attach
// operation, i.e. the external-attacher.
optional bool attached = 1;
// Upon successful attach, this field is populated with any
// information returned by the attach operation that must be passed
// into subsequent WaitForAttach or Mount calls.
// This field must only be set by the entity completing the attach
// operation, i.e. the external-attacher.
// +optional
map<string, string> attachmentMetadata = 2;
// The last error encountered during attach operation, if any.
// This field must only be set by the entity completing the attach
// operation, i.e. the external-attacher.
// +optional
optional VolumeError attachError = 3;
// The last error encountered during detach operation, if any.
// This field must only be set by the entity completing the detach
// operation, i.e. the external-attacher.
// +optional
optional VolumeError detachError = 4;
}
// VolumeError captures an error encountered during a volume operation.
message VolumeError {
// Time the error was encountered.
// +optional
optional k8s.io.apimachinery.pkg.apis.meta.v1.Time time = 1;
// String detailing the error encountered during Attach or Detach operation.
// This string may be logged, so it should not contain sensitive
// information.
// +optional
optional string message = 2;
}
// VolumeNodeResources is a set of resource limits for scheduling of volumes.
message VolumeNodeResources {
// Maximum number of unique volumes managed by the CSI driver that can be used on a node.
// A volume that is both attached and mounted on a node is considered to be used once, not twice.
// The same rule applies for a unique volume that is shared among multiple pods on the same node.
// If this field is nil, then the supported number of volumes on this node is unbounded.
// +optional
optional int32 count = 1;
}