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Davanum Srinivas authored 2018-11-09 13:49 . Move from glog to klog
Copyright 2016 The Kubernetes Authors.
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package options
import (
// DelegatingAuthorizationOptions provides an easy way for composing API servers to delegate their authorization to
// the root kube API server.
// WARNING: never assume that every authenticated incoming request already does authorization.
// The aggregator in the kube API server does this today, but this behaviour is not
// guaranteed in the future.
type DelegatingAuthorizationOptions struct {
// RemoteKubeConfigFile is the file to use to connect to a "normal" kube API server which hosts the
// SubjectAccessReview.authorization.k8s.io endpoint for checking tokens.
RemoteKubeConfigFile string
// RemoteKubeConfigFileOptional is specifying whether not specifying the kubeconfig or
// a missing in-cluster config will be fatal.
RemoteKubeConfigFileOptional bool
// AllowCacheTTL is the length of time that a successful authorization response will be cached
AllowCacheTTL time.Duration
// DenyCacheTTL is the length of time that an unsuccessful authorization response will be cached.
// You generally want more responsive, "deny, try again" flows.
DenyCacheTTL time.Duration
// AlwaysAllowPaths are HTTP paths which are excluded from authorization. They can be plain
// paths or end in * in which case prefix-match is applied. A leading / is optional.
AlwaysAllowPaths []string
// AlwaysAllowGroups are groups which are allowed to take any actions. In kube, this is system:masters.
AlwaysAllowGroups []string
func NewDelegatingAuthorizationOptions() *DelegatingAuthorizationOptions {
return &DelegatingAuthorizationOptions{
// very low for responsiveness, but high enough to handle storms
AllowCacheTTL: 10 * time.Second,
DenyCacheTTL: 10 * time.Second,
// WithAlwaysAllowGroups appends the list of paths to AlwaysAllowGroups
func (s *DelegatingAuthorizationOptions) WithAlwaysAllowGroups(groups ...string) *DelegatingAuthorizationOptions {
s.AlwaysAllowGroups = append(s.AlwaysAllowGroups, groups...)
return s
// WithAlwaysAllowPaths appends the list of paths to AlwaysAllowPaths
func (s *DelegatingAuthorizationOptions) WithAlwaysAllowPaths(paths ...string) *DelegatingAuthorizationOptions {
s.AlwaysAllowPaths = append(s.AlwaysAllowPaths, paths...)
return s
func (s *DelegatingAuthorizationOptions) Validate() []error {
allErrors := []error{}
return allErrors
func (s *DelegatingAuthorizationOptions) AddFlags(fs *pflag.FlagSet) {
if s == nil {
var optionalKubeConfigSentence string
if s.RemoteKubeConfigFileOptional {
optionalKubeConfigSentence = " This is optional. If empty, all requests not skipped by authorization are forbidden."
fs.StringVar(&s.RemoteKubeConfigFile, "authorization-kubeconfig", s.RemoteKubeConfigFile,
"kubeconfig file pointing at the 'core' kubernetes server with enough rights to create "+
fs.DurationVar(&s.AllowCacheTTL, "authorization-webhook-cache-authorized-ttl",
"The duration to cache 'authorized' responses from the webhook authorizer.")
"authorization-webhook-cache-unauthorized-ttl", s.DenyCacheTTL,
"The duration to cache 'unauthorized' responses from the webhook authorizer.")
fs.StringSliceVar(&s.AlwaysAllowPaths, "authorization-always-allow-paths", s.AlwaysAllowPaths,
"A list of HTTP paths to skip during authorization, i.e. these are authorized without "+
"contacting the 'core' kubernetes server.")
func (s *DelegatingAuthorizationOptions) ApplyTo(c *server.AuthorizationInfo) error {
if s == nil {
c.Authorizer = authorizerfactory.NewAlwaysAllowAuthorizer()
return nil
client, err := s.getClient()
if err != nil {
return err
c.Authorizer, err = s.toAuthorizer(client)
return err
func (s *DelegatingAuthorizationOptions) toAuthorizer(client kubernetes.Interface) (authorizer.Authorizer, error) {
var authorizers []authorizer.Authorizer
if len(s.AlwaysAllowGroups) > 0 {
authorizers = append(authorizers, authorizerfactory.NewPrivilegedGroups(s.AlwaysAllowGroups...))
if len(s.AlwaysAllowPaths) > 0 {
a, err := path.NewAuthorizer(s.AlwaysAllowPaths)
if err != nil {
return nil, err
authorizers = append(authorizers, a)
if client == nil {
klog.Warningf("No authorization-kubeconfig provided, so SubjectAccessReview of authorization tokens won't work.")
} else {
cfg := authorizerfactory.DelegatingAuthorizerConfig{
SubjectAccessReviewClient: client.AuthorizationV1beta1().SubjectAccessReviews(),
AllowCacheTTL: s.AllowCacheTTL,
DenyCacheTTL: s.DenyCacheTTL,
delegatedAuthorizer, err := cfg.New()
if err != nil {
return nil, err
authorizers = append(authorizers, delegatedAuthorizer)
return union.New(authorizers...), nil
func (s *DelegatingAuthorizationOptions) getClient() (kubernetes.Interface, error) {
var clientConfig *rest.Config
var err error
if len(s.RemoteKubeConfigFile) > 0 {
loadingRules := &clientcmd.ClientConfigLoadingRules{ExplicitPath: s.RemoteKubeConfigFile}
loader := clientcmd.NewNonInteractiveDeferredLoadingClientConfig(loadingRules, &clientcmd.ConfigOverrides{})
clientConfig, err = loader.ClientConfig()
} else {
// without the remote kubeconfig file, try to use the in-cluster config. Most addon API servers will
// use this path. If it is optional, ignore errors.
clientConfig, err = rest.InClusterConfig()
if err != nil && s.RemoteKubeConfigFileOptional {
if err != rest.ErrNotInCluster {
klog.Warningf("failed to read in-cluster kubeconfig for delegated authorization: %v", err)
return nil, nil
if err != nil {
return nil, fmt.Errorf("failed to get delegated authorization kubeconfig: %v", err)
// set high qps/burst limits since this will effectively limit API server responsiveness
clientConfig.QPS = 200
clientConfig.Burst = 400
return kubernetes.NewForConfig(clientConfig)

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