Kubernetes


[ Flow diagram of the order the task files are called. With decision nodes for the stat file checks. ]

Role Directory Layout

roles/kubernetes/
  ├── README.md
  ├── defaults/
  │   └── main.yml
  ├── files/
  │   ├── security/
  │   │   └── kube-gen-token.sh
  │   └── services/
  │       ├── kube-apiserver.service
  │       ├── kube-controller-manager.service
  │       ├── kube-proxy.service
  │       ├── kube-scheduler.service
  │       └── kubelet.service
  ├── handlers/
  │   └── main.yml
  ├── tasks/
  │   ├── basic_auth_users.yaml
  │   ├── certificates.yaml
  │   ├── download.yaml
  │   ├── main.yaml
  │   ├── master.yaml
  │   ├── node.yaml
  │   └── tokens.yaml
  └── templates/
      ├── config/
      │   ├── config.j2
      │   ├── kube-apiserver.j2
      │   ├── kube-controller-manager.j2
      │   ├── kube-proxy.j2
      │   ├── kube-scheduler.j2
      │   └── kubelet.j2
      └── kubeconfig/
          ├── kube-controller-manager.kubeconfig.j2
          ├── kube-proxy.kubeconfig.j2
          ├── kube-scheduler.kubeconfig.j2
          ├── kubectl.kubeconfig.j2
          └── kubelet.kubeconfig.j2
Directory Description
defaults/ blah, blah
files/security/ blah, blah
files/services/ blah, blah
handlers/ blah, blah
tasks/ blah, blah
templates/config/ blah, blah
templates/kubeconfig/ blah, blah

Masters

/etc/kubernetes/
  ├── certs/
  │   ├── opendc-ca.crt
  │   ├── kube_apiserver.crt
  │   ├── kube_apiserver.key
  │   ├── kube_controller_manager.crt
  │   └── kube_controller_manager.key
  ├── config/
  │   ├── config
  │   ├── kube-apiserver
  │   ├── kube-controller-manager
  │   └── kube-scheduler
  ├── kubeconfig/
  │   ├── kube-controller-manager.kubeconfig
  │   ├── kubectl.kubeconfig
  │   └── kube-scheduler.kubeconfig
  ├── tokens/
  │   ├── known_tokens.csv
  │   ├── system:controller_manager-master.opendc.io.token
  │   ├── system:kubectl-master.opendc.io.token
  │   └── system:scheduler-master.opendc.io.token
  └── users/
      └── known_users.csv

/usr/bin/
  ├── kube-apiserver
  ├── kube-controller-manager
  ├── kube-scheduler
  └── kubectl
Directory Description
certs blah, blah
Command Description
kube-apiserver (make the command name a link to the Kubernetes documentation page for the command)

Nodes

/etc/kubernetes/
  ├── certs/
  │   └── opendc-ca.crt
  ├── config/
  │   ├── config
  │   ├── kubelet
  │   └── kube-proxy
  ├── kubeconfig/
  │   ├── kubelet.kubeconfig
  │   └── kube-proxy.kubeconfig
  └── tokens/
      ├── system:kubelet-node1.opendc.io.token
      └── system:kube-proxy-node1.opendc.io.token

/usr/bin/
  ├── kubelet
  ├── kube-proxy
  └── kubectl

/var/run/kubernetes/

/var/lib/kubelet/
Directory Description
certs blah, blah
Command Description
kubelet (make the command name a link to the Kubernetes documentation page for the command)

TODO

  • I need the ability to generate tokens for new nodes without regenerating all the node tokens!!!! [tokens.yaml]

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