kubernetes progress 源码

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kubernetes progress 代码


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package deployment

import (

	metav1 "k8s.io/apimachinery/pkg/apis/meta/v1"

	apps "k8s.io/api/apps/v1"

// syncRolloutStatus updates the status of a deployment during a rollout. There are
// cases this helper will run that cannot be prevented from the scaling detection,
// for example a resync of the deployment after it was scaled up. In those cases,
// we shouldn't try to estimate any progress.
func (dc *DeploymentController) syncRolloutStatus(ctx context.Context, allRSs []*apps.ReplicaSet, newRS *apps.ReplicaSet, d *apps.Deployment) error {
	newStatus := calculateStatus(allRSs, newRS, d)

	// If there is no progressDeadlineSeconds set, remove any Progressing condition.
	if !util.HasProgressDeadline(d) {
		util.RemoveDeploymentCondition(&newStatus, apps.DeploymentProgressing)

	// If there is only one replica set that is active then that means we are not running
	// a new rollout and this is a resync where we don't need to estimate any progress.
	// In such a case, we should simply not estimate any progress for this deployment.
	currentCond := util.GetDeploymentCondition(d.Status, apps.DeploymentProgressing)
	isCompleteDeployment := newStatus.Replicas == newStatus.UpdatedReplicas && currentCond != nil && currentCond.Reason == util.NewRSAvailableReason
	// Check for progress only if there is a progress deadline set and the latest rollout
	// hasn't completed yet.
	if util.HasProgressDeadline(d) && !isCompleteDeployment {
		switch {
		case util.DeploymentComplete(d, &newStatus):
			// Update the deployment conditions with a message for the new replica set that
			// was successfully deployed. If the condition already exists, we ignore this update.
			msg := fmt.Sprintf("Deployment %q has successfully progressed.", d.Name)
			if newRS != nil {
				msg = fmt.Sprintf("ReplicaSet %q has successfully progressed.", newRS.Name)
			condition := util.NewDeploymentCondition(apps.DeploymentProgressing, v1.ConditionTrue, util.NewRSAvailableReason, msg)
			util.SetDeploymentCondition(&newStatus, *condition)

		case util.DeploymentProgressing(d, &newStatus):
			// If there is any progress made, continue by not checking if the deployment failed. This
			// behavior emulates the rolling updater progressDeadline check.
			msg := fmt.Sprintf("Deployment %q is progressing.", d.Name)
			if newRS != nil {
				msg = fmt.Sprintf("ReplicaSet %q is progressing.", newRS.Name)
			condition := util.NewDeploymentCondition(apps.DeploymentProgressing, v1.ConditionTrue, util.ReplicaSetUpdatedReason, msg)
			// Update the current Progressing condition or add a new one if it doesn't exist.
			// If a Progressing condition with status=true already exists, we should update
			// everything but lastTransitionTime. SetDeploymentCondition already does that but
			// it also is not updating conditions when the reason of the new condition is the
			// same as the old. The Progressing condition is a special case because we want to
			// update with the same reason and change just lastUpdateTime iff we notice any
			// progress. That's why we handle it here.
			if currentCond != nil {
				if currentCond.Status == v1.ConditionTrue {
					condition.LastTransitionTime = currentCond.LastTransitionTime
				util.RemoveDeploymentCondition(&newStatus, apps.DeploymentProgressing)
			util.SetDeploymentCondition(&newStatus, *condition)

		case util.DeploymentTimedOut(d, &newStatus):
			// Update the deployment with a timeout condition. If the condition already exists,
			// we ignore this update.
			msg := fmt.Sprintf("Deployment %q has timed out progressing.", d.Name)
			if newRS != nil {
				msg = fmt.Sprintf("ReplicaSet %q has timed out progressing.", newRS.Name)
			condition := util.NewDeploymentCondition(apps.DeploymentProgressing, v1.ConditionFalse, util.TimedOutReason, msg)
			util.SetDeploymentCondition(&newStatus, *condition)

	// Move failure conditions of all replica sets in deployment conditions. For now,
	// only one failure condition is returned from getReplicaFailures.
	if replicaFailureCond := dc.getReplicaFailures(allRSs, newRS); len(replicaFailureCond) > 0 {
		// There will be only one ReplicaFailure condition on the replica set.
		util.SetDeploymentCondition(&newStatus, replicaFailureCond[0])
	} else {
		util.RemoveDeploymentCondition(&newStatus, apps.DeploymentReplicaFailure)

	// Do not update if there is nothing new to add.
	if reflect.DeepEqual(d.Status, newStatus) {
		// Requeue the deployment if required.
		dc.requeueStuckDeployment(d, newStatus)
		return nil

	newDeployment := d
	newDeployment.Status = newStatus
	_, err := dc.client.AppsV1().Deployments(newDeployment.Namespace).UpdateStatus(ctx, newDeployment, metav1.UpdateOptions{})
	return err

// getReplicaFailures will convert replica failure conditions from replica sets
// to deployment conditions.
func (dc *DeploymentController) getReplicaFailures(allRSs []*apps.ReplicaSet, newRS *apps.ReplicaSet) []apps.DeploymentCondition {
	var conditions []apps.DeploymentCondition
	if newRS != nil {
		for _, c := range newRS.Status.Conditions {
			if c.Type != apps.ReplicaSetReplicaFailure {
			conditions = append(conditions, util.ReplicaSetToDeploymentCondition(c))

	// Return failures for the new replica set over failures from old replica sets.
	if len(conditions) > 0 {
		return conditions

	for i := range allRSs {
		rs := allRSs[i]
		if rs == nil {

		for _, c := range rs.Status.Conditions {
			if c.Type != apps.ReplicaSetReplicaFailure {
			conditions = append(conditions, util.ReplicaSetToDeploymentCondition(c))
	return conditions

// used for unit testing
var nowFn = func() time.Time { return time.Now() }

// requeueStuckDeployment checks whether the provided deployment needs to be synced for a progress
// check. It returns the time after the deployment will be requeued for the progress check, 0 if it
// will be requeued now, or -1 if it does not need to be requeued.
func (dc *DeploymentController) requeueStuckDeployment(d *apps.Deployment, newStatus apps.DeploymentStatus) time.Duration {
	currentCond := util.GetDeploymentCondition(d.Status, apps.DeploymentProgressing)
	// Can't estimate progress if there is no deadline in the spec or progressing condition in the current status.
	if !util.HasProgressDeadline(d) || currentCond == nil {
		return time.Duration(-1)
	// No need to estimate progress if the rollout is complete or already timed out.
	if util.DeploymentComplete(d, &newStatus) || currentCond.Reason == util.TimedOutReason {
		return time.Duration(-1)
	// If there is no sign of progress at this point then there is a high chance that the
	// deployment is stuck. We should resync this deployment at some point in the future[1]
	// and check whether it has timed out. We definitely need this, otherwise we depend on the
	// controller resync interval. See https://github.com/kubernetes/kubernetes/issues/34458.
	// [1] ProgressingCondition.LastUpdatedTime + progressDeadlineSeconds - time.Now()
	// For example, if a Deployment updated its Progressing condition 3 minutes ago and has a
	// deadline of 10 minutes, it would need to be resynced for a progress check after 7 minutes.
	// lastUpdated: 			00:00:00
	// now: 					00:03:00
	// progressDeadlineSeconds: 600 (10 minutes)
	// lastUpdated + progressDeadlineSeconds - now => 00:00:00 + 00:10:00 - 00:03:00 => 07:00
	after := currentCond.LastUpdateTime.Time.Add(time.Duration(*d.Spec.ProgressDeadlineSeconds) * time.Second).Sub(nowFn())
	// If the remaining time is less than a second, then requeue the deployment immediately.
	// Make it ratelimited so we stay on the safe side, eventually the Deployment should
	// transition either to a Complete or to a TimedOut condition.
	if after < time.Second {
		klog.V(4).Infof("Queueing up deployment %q for a progress check now", d.Name)
		return time.Duration(0)
	klog.V(4).Infof("Queueing up deployment %q for a progress check after %ds", d.Name, int(after.Seconds()))
	// Add a second to avoid milliseconds skew in AddAfter.
	// See https://github.com/kubernetes/kubernetes/issues/39785#issuecomment-279959133 for more info.
	dc.enqueueAfter(d, after+time.Second)
	return after


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