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Davanum Srinivas authored 2018-11-09 13:49 . Move from glog to klog
Copyright 2017 The Kubernetes Authors.
Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License");
you may not use this file except in compliance with the License.
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package resourcequota
import (
utilerrors "k8s.io/apimachinery/pkg/util/errors"
utilruntime "k8s.io/apimachinery/pkg/util/runtime"
quota "k8s.io/kubernetes/pkg/quota/v1"
type eventType int
func (e eventType) String() string {
switch e {
case addEvent:
return "add"
case updateEvent:
return "update"
case deleteEvent:
return "delete"
return fmt.Sprintf("unknown(%d)", int(e))
const (
addEvent eventType = iota
type event struct {
eventType eventType
obj interface{}
oldObj interface{}
gvr schema.GroupVersionResource
type QuotaMonitor struct {
// each monitor list/watches a resource and determines if we should replenish quota
monitors monitors
monitorLock sync.Mutex
// informersStarted is closed after after all of the controllers have been initialized and are running.
// After that it is safe to start them here, before that it is not.
informersStarted <-chan struct{}
// stopCh drives shutdown. When a receive from it unblocks, monitors will shut down.
// This channel is also protected by monitorLock.
stopCh <-chan struct{}
// running tracks whether Run() has been called.
// it is protected by monitorLock.
running bool
// monitors are the producer of the resourceChanges queue
resourceChanges workqueue.RateLimitingInterface
// interfaces with informers
informerFactory InformerFactory
// list of resources to ignore
ignoredResources map[schema.GroupResource]struct{}
// The period that should be used to re-sync the monitored resource
resyncPeriod controller.ResyncPeriodFunc
// callback to alert that a change may require quota recalculation
replenishmentFunc ReplenishmentFunc
// maintains list of evaluators
registry quota.Registry
func NewQuotaMonitor(informersStarted <-chan struct{}, informerFactory InformerFactory, ignoredResources map[schema.GroupResource]struct{}, resyncPeriod controller.ResyncPeriodFunc, replenishmentFunc ReplenishmentFunc, registry quota.Registry) *QuotaMonitor {
return &QuotaMonitor{
informersStarted: informersStarted,
informerFactory: informerFactory,
ignoredResources: ignoredResources,
resourceChanges: workqueue.NewNamedRateLimitingQueue(workqueue.DefaultControllerRateLimiter(), "resource_quota_controller_resource_changes"),
resyncPeriod: resyncPeriod,
replenishmentFunc: replenishmentFunc,
registry: registry,
// monitor runs a Controller with a local stop channel.
type monitor struct {
controller cache.Controller
// stopCh stops Controller. If stopCh is nil, the monitor is considered to be
// not yet started.
stopCh chan struct{}
// Run is intended to be called in a goroutine. Multiple calls of this is an
// error.
func (m *monitor) Run() {
type monitors map[schema.GroupVersionResource]*monitor
func (qm *QuotaMonitor) controllerFor(resource schema.GroupVersionResource) (cache.Controller, error) {
// TODO: pass this down
clock := clock.RealClock{}
handlers := cache.ResourceEventHandlerFuncs{
UpdateFunc: func(oldObj, newObj interface{}) {
// TODO: leaky abstraction! live w/ it for now, but should pass down an update filter func.
// we only want to queue the updates we care about though as too much noise will overwhelm queue.
notifyUpdate := false
switch resource.GroupResource() {
case schema.GroupResource{Resource: "pods"}:
oldPod := oldObj.(*v1.Pod)
newPod := newObj.(*v1.Pod)
notifyUpdate = core.QuotaV1Pod(oldPod, clock) && !core.QuotaV1Pod(newPod, clock)
case schema.GroupResource{Resource: "services"}:
oldService := oldObj.(*v1.Service)
newService := newObj.(*v1.Service)
notifyUpdate = core.GetQuotaServiceType(oldService) != core.GetQuotaServiceType(newService)
if notifyUpdate {
event := &event{
eventType: updateEvent,
obj: newObj,
oldObj: oldObj,
gvr: resource,
DeleteFunc: func(obj interface{}) {
// delta fifo may wrap the object in a cache.DeletedFinalStateUnknown, unwrap it
if deletedFinalStateUnknown, ok := obj.(cache.DeletedFinalStateUnknown); ok {
obj = deletedFinalStateUnknown.Obj
event := &event{
eventType: deleteEvent,
obj: obj,
gvr: resource,
shared, err := qm.informerFactory.ForResource(resource)
if err == nil {
klog.V(4).Infof("QuotaMonitor using a shared informer for resource %q", resource.String())
shared.Informer().AddEventHandlerWithResyncPeriod(handlers, qm.resyncPeriod())
return shared.Informer().GetController(), nil
klog.V(4).Infof("QuotaMonitor unable to use a shared informer for resource %q: %v", resource.String(), err)
// TODO: if we can share storage with garbage collector, it may make sense to support other resources
// until that time, aggregated api servers will have to run their own controller to reconcile their own quota.
return nil, fmt.Errorf("unable to monitor quota for resource %q", resource.String())
// SyncMonitors rebuilds the monitor set according to the supplied resources,
// creating or deleting monitors as necessary. It will return any error
// encountered, but will make an attempt to create a monitor for each resource
// instead of immediately exiting on an error. It may be called before or after
// Run. Monitors are NOT started as part of the sync. To ensure all existing
// monitors are started, call StartMonitors.
func (qm *QuotaMonitor) SyncMonitors(resources map[schema.GroupVersionResource]struct{}) error {
defer qm.monitorLock.Unlock()
toRemove := qm.monitors
if toRemove == nil {
toRemove = monitors{}
current := monitors{}
errs := []error{}
kept := 0
added := 0
for resource := range resources {
if _, ok := qm.ignoredResources[resource.GroupResource()]; ok {
if m, ok := toRemove[resource]; ok {
current[resource] = m
delete(toRemove, resource)
c, err := qm.controllerFor(resource)
if err != nil {
errs = append(errs, fmt.Errorf("couldn't start monitor for resource %q: %v", resource, err))
// check if we need to create an evaluator for this resource (if none previously registered)
evaluator := qm.registry.Get(resource.GroupResource())
if evaluator == nil {
listerFunc := generic.ListerFuncForResourceFunc(qm.informerFactory.ForResource)
listResourceFunc := generic.ListResourceUsingListerFunc(listerFunc, resource)
evaluator = generic.NewObjectCountEvaluator(resource.GroupResource(), listResourceFunc, "")
klog.Infof("QuotaMonitor created object count evaluator for %s", resource.GroupResource())
// track the monitor
current[resource] = &monitor{controller: c}
qm.monitors = current
for _, monitor := range toRemove {
if monitor.stopCh != nil {
klog.V(4).Infof("quota synced monitors; added %d, kept %d, removed %d", added, kept, len(toRemove))
// NewAggregate returns nil if errs is 0-length
return utilerrors.NewAggregate(errs)
// StartMonitors ensures the current set of monitors are running. Any newly
// started monitors will also cause shared informers to be started.
// If called before Run, StartMonitors does nothing (as there is no stop channel
// to support monitor/informer execution).
func (qm *QuotaMonitor) StartMonitors() {
defer qm.monitorLock.Unlock()
if !qm.running {
// we're waiting until after the informer start that happens once all the controllers are initialized. This ensures
// that they don't get unexpected events on their work queues.
monitors := qm.monitors
started := 0
for _, monitor := range monitors {
if monitor.stopCh == nil {
monitor.stopCh = make(chan struct{})
go monitor.Run()
klog.V(4).Infof("QuotaMonitor started %d new monitors, %d currently running", started, len(monitors))
// IsSynced returns true if any monitors exist AND all those monitors'
// controllers HasSynced functions return true. This means IsSynced could return
// true at one time, and then later return false if all monitors were
// reconstructed.
func (qm *QuotaMonitor) IsSynced() bool {
defer qm.monitorLock.Unlock()
if len(qm.monitors) == 0 {
return false
for _, monitor := range qm.monitors {
if !monitor.controller.HasSynced() {
return false
return true
// Run sets the stop channel and starts monitor execution until stopCh is
// closed. Any running monitors will be stopped before Run returns.
func (qm *QuotaMonitor) Run(stopCh <-chan struct{}) {
klog.Infof("QuotaMonitor running")
defer klog.Infof("QuotaMonitor stopping")
// Set up the stop channel.
qm.stopCh = stopCh
qm.running = true
// Start monitors and begin change processing until the stop channel is
// closed.
wait.Until(qm.runProcessResourceChanges, 1*time.Second, stopCh)
// Stop any running monitors.
defer qm.monitorLock.Unlock()
monitors := qm.monitors
stopped := 0
for _, monitor := range monitors {
if monitor.stopCh != nil {
klog.Infof("QuotaMonitor stopped %d of %d monitors", stopped, len(monitors))
func (qm *QuotaMonitor) runProcessResourceChanges() {
for qm.processResourceChanges() {
// Dequeueing an event from resourceChanges to process
func (qm *QuotaMonitor) processResourceChanges() bool {
item, quit := qm.resourceChanges.Get()
if quit {
return false
defer qm.resourceChanges.Done(item)
event, ok := item.(*event)
if !ok {
utilruntime.HandleError(fmt.Errorf("expect a *event, got %v", item))
return true
obj := event.obj
accessor, err := meta.Accessor(obj)
if err != nil {
utilruntime.HandleError(fmt.Errorf("cannot access obj: %v", err))
return true
klog.V(4).Infof("QuotaMonitor process object: %s, namespace %s, name %s, uid %s, event type %v", event.gvr.String(), accessor.GetNamespace(), accessor.GetName(), string(accessor.GetUID()), event.eventType)
qm.replenishmentFunc(event.gvr.GroupResource(), accessor.GetNamespace())
return true

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