openshift-watch

0.1.3 • Public • Published

openshift-watch

Openshift Watch API for node.

Fork of kube-watch

Installation

$ npm i openshift-watch

Quick start

new OpenshiftWatch(resource, options) -> EventEmitter

import OpenshiftWatch from 'openshift-watch';
 
const deploymentconfigs = new OpenshiftWatch('deploymentconfigs', {
  url: 'https://openshiftserver:8443'   // Kubernetes API URL
});
 
deploymentconfigs
  .on('added', event => {
    console.log('Deployment Config %s added to namespace %s',
      event.metadata.name, event.metadata.namespace);
  })
  .on('modified', event => {
    // do something...
  })
  .on('deleted', event => {
    // ..do something else..
  })
  .on('error', err => {
    console.error('Error %d: %s', err.code, err.message);
  });

Watching resources

By default, openshift-watch will first request Kubernetes API to fetch the last resourceVersion for requested resource. See Kubernetes documentation for more details.
If you want to specify resourceVersion manually, see Query Parameters section.

Supported API & Resources

See Kubernetes API documentation for more details.

API v1

  • namespaces
  • endpoints
  • events
  • limitranges
  • persistentvolumeclaims
  • persistentvolumes
  • pods
  • podtemplates
  • replicationcontrollers
  • resourcequotas
  • secrets
  • serviceaccounts
  • service

API v1beta1

  • horizontalpodautoscalers
  • ingresses
  • jobs

** Openshift**

  • appliedclusterresourcequotas
  • buildconfigs
  • builds
  • clusternetworks
  • clusterresourcequotas
  • clusterrolebindings
  • clusterroles
  • deploymentconfigrollbacks
  • deploymentconfigs
  • egressnetworkpolicies
  • groups
  • hostsubnets
  • identities
  • images
  • imagesignatures
  • imagestreamimages
  • imagestreamimports
  • imagestreammappings
  • imagestreams
  • imagestreamtags
  • localresourceaccessreviews
  • localsubjectaccessreviews
  • netnamespaces
  • oauthaccesstokens
  • oauthauthorizetokens
  • oauthclientauthorizations
  • oauthclients
  • podsecuritypolicyreviews
  • podsecuritypolicyselfsubjectreviews
  • podsecuritypolicysubjectreviews
  • processedtemplates
  • projectrequests
  • projects
  • resourceaccessreviews
  • rolebindingrestrictions
  • rolebindings
  • roles
  • routes
  • selfsubjectrulesreviews
  • subjectaccessreviews
  • subjectrulesreviews
  • templates
  • useridentitymappings
  • user'

API version will be automatically selected depending on requested resource.

by namespace

Watch all services in namespace public :

const services = new OpenshiftWatch('services', {
  url: 'http://kube-api-server',
  namespace: 'public'
});

by name

Only watch service named www in namespace public :

const services = new OpenshiftWatch('services', {
  url: 'http://kube-api-server',
  namespace: 'public',
  name: 'www'
});

Filtering events

You can filter which events will be emitted using events option.
By default, openshift-watch will emit all k8s events: added, modified, deleted.

const namespaces = new OpenshiftWatch('namespaces', {
  url: 'http://openshift',
  events: [ 'added' ]   // watcher will only emit 'added' event
});

Query parameters

These extra query parameters are supported as option :

  • labelSelector
  • fieldSelector
  • resourceVersion
  • timeoutSeconds
const services = new OpenshiftWatch('services', {
  url: 'https://openshiftserver:8443',
  labelSelector: 'public-http',
  fieldSelector: 'event.status.podIP',
  resourceVersion: '6587423'
});

See documentation for more details about these options.

Request options

HTTP requests are performed using request package.
Pass custom options using request property.

const services = new OpenshiftWatch('services', {
  url: 'https://openshiftserver:8443',
  request: {
    timeout: 30000    // change HTTP request timeout
  }
});

HTTP Auth

See request's http authentication

const services = new OpenshiftWatch('services', {
  url: 'https://openshiftserver:8443',
  request: {
    auth: {
      user: 'foobar'
      pass: 'el8'
    }
  }
});

TLS/SSL support

See request's TLS/SSL support.

const services = new OpenshiftWatch('services', {
  url: 'https://openshiftserver:8443',
  request: {
    cert: fs.readFileSync(certFile),
    key: fs.readFileSync(keyFile),
    passphrase: 'password',
    ca: fs.readFileSync(caFile)
  }
});

Tests

Run test.js in watch mode :

$ env KUBE_API_SERVER=https://openshiftserver:8443 \
    npm run test:watch

Single run :

$ env KUBE_API_SERVER=https://openshiftserver:8443 \
    npm run test:single

Run tests using minikube to simulate workload.
See test/run-test.sh.

$ npm test

TODO

  • Improve test suites by simulating workload

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