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# ci-tools-lib
Various toolchain bits and pieces shared between projects
# Quickstart
Create top-level Makefile
```
REGISTRY := <your-registry>
IMAGE := <image_name>
REGION := <AWS region of your registry>
include .ci/podman.mk
```
Add subtree to your project:
```
git subtree add --prefix .ci https://git.zero-downtime.net/ZeroDownTime/ci-tools-lib.git master --squash
```
## Jenkins
Shared groovy libraries
## Make
Common Makefile include

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# Vim
*.swp
.vscode
.DS_Store
.idea
**/*.tgz
# Breaks Helm V3 dependencies in Argo
Chart.lock
kubezero-repo.???

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# Only our own charts, see Makefile
charts/

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# template: "/tmp/doesntexist"
linkReferences: true

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# Changelog
## KubeZero - 2.18 ( Argoless )
### High level / Admin changes
- ArgoCD is now optional and NOT required nor used during initial cluster bootstrap
- the bootstrap process now uses the same config and templates as the optional ArgoCD applications later on
- the bootstrap is can now be restarted at any time and considerably faster
- the top level KubeZero config for the ArgoCD app-of-apps is now also maintained via the gitops workflow. Changes can be applied by a simple git push rather than manual scripts
### Calico
- version bump
### Cert-manager
- local issuers are now cluster issuer to allow them being used across namespaces
- all cert-manager resources moved into the cert-manager namespace
- version bump to 1.10
### Kiam
- set priorty class to cluster essential
- certificates are now issued by the cluster issuer
### EBS / EFS
- version bump
### Istio
- istio operator removed, deployment migrated to helm, various cleanups
- version bump to 1.8
- all ingress resources are now in the dedicated new namespace istio-ingress ( deployed via separate kubezero chart istio-ingress)
- set priorty class of ingress components to cluster essential
### Logging
- ES/Kibana version bump to 7.10
- ECK operator is now installed on demand in logging ns
- Custom event fields configurable via new fluent-bit chart
e.g. clustername could be added to each event allowing easy filtering in case multiple clusters stream events into a single central ES cluster
### ArgoCD
- version bump, new app of app architecure
### Metrics
- version bump
- all servicemonitor resources are now in the same namespaces as the respective apps to avoid deployments across multiple namespaces
### upstream Kubernetes 1.18
https://sysdig.com/blog/whats-new-kubernetes-1-18/

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ARG ALPINE_VERSION=3.18
FROM docker.io/alpine:${ALPINE_VERSION}
ARG ALPINE_VERSION
ARG KUBE_VERSION=1.26
RUN cd /etc/apk/keys && \
wget "https://cdn.zero-downtime.net/alpine/stefan@zero-downtime.net-61bb6bfb.rsa.pub" && \
echo "@kubezero https://cdn.zero-downtime.net/alpine/v${ALPINE_VERSION}/kubezero" >> /etc/apk/repositories && \
echo "@edge-testing http://dl-cdn.alpinelinux.org/alpine/edge/testing" >> /etc/apk/repositories && \
echo "@edge-community http://dl-cdn.alpinelinux.org/alpine/edge/community" >> /etc/apk/repositories && \
apk upgrade -U -a --no-cache && \
apk --no-cache add \
jq \
yq \
diffutils \
bash \
python3 \
py3-yaml \
restic \
helm \
cri-tools@kubezero \
kubeadm@kubezero~=${KUBE_VERSION} \
kubectl@kubezero~=${KUBE_VERSION} \
etcdhelper@kubezero \
etcd-ctl@edge-testing
RUN helm repo add kubezero https://cdn.zero-downtime.net/charts && \
mkdir -p /var/lib/kubezero
ADD admin/kubezero.sh admin/libhelm.sh admin/migrate_argo_values.py /usr/bin
ADD admin/libhelm.sh admin/pre-upgrade.sh /var/lib/kubezero
ADD charts/kubeadm /charts/kubeadm
ADD charts/kubezero /charts/kubezero
ENTRYPOINT ["kubezero.sh"]

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REGISTRY := public.ecr.aws/zero-downtime
IMAGE := kubezero-admin
REGION := us-east-1
# Also tag as Kubernetes major version
MY_TAG = $(shell git describe --tags --match v*.*.* 2>/dev/null || git rev-parse --short HEAD 2>/dev/null)
EXTRA_TAGS = $(shell echo $(MY_TAG) | awk -F '.' '{ print $$1 "." $$2 }')
include .ci/podman.mk
update-charts:
./scripts/update_helm.sh
update-chart-docs:
for c in charts/*; do \
[[ $$c =~ "kubezero-lib" ]] && continue ; \
[[ $$c =~ "kubeadm" ]] && continue ; \
helm-docs -c $$c ; \
done
publish-charts:
./scripts/publish.sh

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KubeZero - Zero Down Time Kubernetes platform
========================
KubeZero is a Kubernetes distribution providing an integrated container platform so you can focus on your applications.
# ci-tools-lib
# Design philosophy
Various toolchain bits and pieces shared between projects
- Cloud provider agnostic, bare-metal/self-hosted
- Focus on security and simplicity over feature creep
- No vendor lock in, most components are optional and could be easily exchanged
- Organic Open Source / open and permissive licenses over closed-source solutions
- No premium services / subscriptions required
- Staying up to date and contributing back to upstream projects, like alpine-cloud-images and others
- Corgi approved :dog:
# Quickstart
Create top-level Makefile
```
REGISTRY := <your-registry>
IMAGE := <image_name>
REGION := <AWS region of your registry>
# Architecture
![aws_architecture](docs/aws_architecture.png)
# Version / Support Matrix
KubeZero releases track the same *minor* version of Kubernetes.
Any 1.26.X-Y release of Kubezero supports any Kubernetes cluster 1.26.X.
KubeZero is distributed as a collection of versioned Helm charts, allowing custom upgrade schedules and module versions as needed.
```mermaid
%%{init: {'theme':'dark'}}%%
gantt
title KubeZero Support Timeline
dateFormat YYYY-MM-DD
section 1.24
beta :124b, 2022-11-14, 2022-12-31
release :after 124b, 2023-06-01
section 1.25
beta :125b, 2023-03-01, 2023-03-31
release :after 125b, 2023-08-01
section 1.26
beta :126b, 2023-06-01, 2023-06-30
release :after 126b, 2023-10-01
include .ci/podman.mk
```
[Upstream release policy](https://kubernetes.io/releases/)
Add subtree to your project:
```
git subtree add --prefix .ci https://git.zero-downtime.net/ZeroDownTime/ci-tools-lib.git master --squash
```
# Components
## OS
- all nodes are based on Alpine V3.17
- 2 GB encrypted root filesystem
- no 3rd party dependencies at boot ( other than container registries )
- minimal attack surface
- extremely small memory footprint / overhead
## Jenkins
Shared groovy libraries
## Container runtime
- cri-o rather than Docker for improved security and performance
## Control plane
- all Kubernetes components compiled against Alpine OS using `buildmode=pie`
- support for single node control plane for small clusters / test environments to reduce costs
- access to control plane from within the VPC only by default ( VPN access required for Admin tasks )
- controller nodes are used for various platform admin controllers / operators to reduce costs and noise on worker nodes
## GitOps
- cli / cmd line install
- optional full ArgoCD support and integration
- fuse device plugin support to build containers as part of a CI pipeline leveraging rootless podman build agents
## AWS integrations
- IAM roles for service accounts allowing each pod to assume individual IAM roles
- access to meta-data services is blocked all workload containers on all nodes
- all IAM roles are maintained via CloudBender automation
- aws-node-termination handler integrated
- support for spot instances per worker group incl. early draining etc.
- support for [Inf1 instances](https://aws.amazon.com/ec2/instance-types/inf1/) part of [AWS Neuron](https://aws.amazon.com/machine-learning/neuron/).
## Network
- Cilium using Geneve encapsulation, incl. increased MTU allowing flexible / more containers per worker node compared to eg. AWS VPC CNI
- Multus support for multiple network interfaces per pod, eg. additional AWS CNI
- no restrictions on IP space / sizing from the underlying VPC architecture
## Storage
- flexible EBS support incl. zone awareness
- EFS support via automated EFS provisioning for worker groups via CloudBender automation
- local storage provider (OpenEBS LVM) for latency sensitive high performance workloads
- CSI Snapshot controller and Gemini snapshot groups and retention
## Ingress
- AWS Network Loadbalancer and Istio Ingress controllers
- no additional costs per exposed service
- real client source IP available to workloads via HTTP header and access logs
- ACME SSL Certificate handling via cert-manager incl. renewal etc.
- support for TCP services
- optional rate limiting support
- optional full service mesh
## Metrics
- Prometheus support for all components, incl. out of cluster EC2 instances (node_exporter)
- automated service discovery allowing instant access to common workload metrics
- pre-configured Grafana dashboards and alerts
- Alertmanager events via SNSAlertHub to Slack, Google, Matrix, etc.
## Logging
- all container logs are enhanced with Kubernetes and AWS metadata to provide context for each message
- flexible ElasticSearch setup, leveraging the ECK operator, for easy maintenance & minimal admin knowledge required, incl. automated backups to S3
- Kibana allowing easy search and dashboards for all logs, incl. pre configured index templates and index management
- [fluentd-concerter](https://git.zero-downtime.net/ZeroDownTime/container-park/src/branch/master/fluentd-concenter) service providing queuing during highload as well as additional parsing options
- lightweight fluent-bit agents on each node requiring minimal resources forwarding logs secure via TLS to fluentd-concenter
## Make
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# Cluster upgrade flow
## During 1.23 upgrade
- create new kubezero-values CM if not exists yet, by merging parts of the legacy /etc/kubernetes/kubeadm-values.yaml values with potentially existing values from kubezero ArgoCD app values
# General flow
- No ArgoCD -> user kubezero-values CM
- ArgoCD -> update kubezero-values CM with current values from ArgoCD app values
- Apply any upgrades / migrations

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#!/bin/bash
#set -eEx
#set -o pipefail
set -x
#VERSION="latest"
KUBE_VERSION="v1.26.6"
WORKDIR=$(mktemp -p /tmp -d kubezero.XXX)
SCRIPT_DIR=$( cd -- "$( dirname -- "${BASH_SOURCE[0]}" )" &> /dev/null && pwd )
# shellcheck disable=SC1091
. "$SCRIPT_DIR"/libhelm.sh
CHARTS="$(dirname $SCRIPT_DIR)/charts"
get_kubezero_values
# Always use embedded kubezero chart
helm template $CHARTS/kubezero -f $WORKDIR/kubezero-values.yaml --kube-version $KUBE_VERSION --version ~$KUBE_VERSION --devel --output-dir $WORKDIR
# CRDs first
_helm crds $1
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#!/bin/bash -e
if [ -n "$DEBUG" ]; then
set -x
LOG="--v=5"
fi
# include helm lib
. /var/lib/kubezero/libhelm.sh
# Export vars to ease use in debug_shell etc
export WORKDIR=/tmp/kubezero
export HOSTFS=/host
export CHARTS=/charts
export KUBE_VERSION=$(kubeadm version -o json | jq -r .clientVersion.gitVersion)
export KUBE_VERSION_MINOR="v1.$(kubectl version -o json | jq .clientVersion.minor -r)"
export KUBECONFIG="${HOSTFS}/root/.kube/config"
# etcd
export ETCDCTL_API=3
export ETCDCTL_CACERT=${HOSTFS}/etc/kubernetes/pki/etcd/ca.crt
export ETCDCTL_CERT=${HOSTFS}/etc/kubernetes/pki/apiserver-etcd-client.crt
export ETCDCTL_KEY=${HOSTFS}/etc/kubernetes/pki/apiserver-etcd-client.key
mkdir -p ${WORKDIR}
# Generic retry utility
retry() {
local tries=$1
local waitfor=$2
local timeout=$3
shift 3
while true; do
type -tf $1 >/dev/null && { timeout $timeout $@ && return; } || { $@ && return; }
let tries=$tries-1
[ $tries -eq 0 ] && return 1
sleep $waitfor
done
}
_kubeadm() {
kubeadm $@ --config /etc/kubernetes/kubeadm.yaml --rootfs ${HOSTFS} $LOG
}
# Render cluster config
render_kubeadm() {
helm template $CHARTS/kubeadm --output-dir ${WORKDIR} -f ${HOSTFS}/etc/kubernetes/kubeadm-values.yaml
# Assemble kubeadm config
cat /dev/null > ${HOSTFS}/etc/kubernetes/kubeadm.yaml
for f in Cluster Init Join KubeProxy Kubelet; do
# echo "---" >> /etc/kubernetes/kubeadm.yaml
cat ${WORKDIR}/kubeadm/templates/${f}Configuration.yaml >> ${HOSTFS}/etc/kubernetes/kubeadm.yaml
done
# "uncloak" the json patches after they got processed by helm
for s in apiserver controller-manager scheduler; do
yq eval '.json' ${WORKDIR}/kubeadm/templates/patches/kube-${s}1\+json.yaml > /tmp/_tmp.yaml && \
mv /tmp/_tmp.yaml ${WORKDIR}/kubeadm/templates/patches/kube-${s}1\+json.yaml
done
}
parse_kubezero() {
export CLUSTERNAME=$(yq eval '.global.clusterName // .clusterName' ${HOSTFS}/etc/kubernetes/kubeadm-values.yaml)
export HIGHAVAILABLE=$(yq eval '.global.highAvailable // .highAvailable // "false"' ${HOSTFS}/etc/kubernetes/kubeadm-values.yaml)
export ETCD_NODENAME=$(yq eval '.etcd.nodeName' ${HOSTFS}/etc/kubernetes/kubeadm-values.yaml)
export NODENAME=$(yq eval '.nodeName' ${HOSTFS}/etc/kubernetes/kubeadm-values.yaml)
export PROVIDER_ID=$(yq eval '.providerID // ""' ${HOSTFS}/etc/kubernetes/kubeadm-values.yaml)
export AWS_IAM_AUTH=$(yq eval '.api.awsIamAuth.enabled // "false"' ${HOSTFS}/etc/kubernetes/kubeadm-values.yaml)
# From here on bail out, allows debug_shell even in error cases
set -e
}
# Shared steps before calling kubeadm
pre_kubeadm() {
# update all apiserver addons first
cp -r ${WORKDIR}/kubeadm/templates/apiserver ${HOSTFS}/etc/kubernetes
# aws-iam-authenticator enabled ?
if [ "$AWS_IAM_AUTH" == "true" ]; then
# Initialize webhook
if [ ! -f ${HOSTFS}/etc/kubernetes/pki/aws-iam-authenticator.crt ]; then
${HOSTFS}/usr/bin/aws-iam-authenticator init -i ${CLUSTERNAME}
mv key.pem ${HOSTFS}/etc/kubernetes/pki/aws-iam-authenticator.key
mv cert.pem ${HOSTFS}/etc/kubernetes/pki/aws-iam-authenticator.crt
fi
# Patch the aws-iam-authenticator config with the actual cert.pem
yq eval -Mi ".clusters[0].cluster.certificate-authority-data = \"$(cat ${HOSTFS}/etc/kubernetes/pki/aws-iam-authenticator.crt| base64 -w0)\"" ${HOSTFS}/etc/kubernetes/apiserver/aws-iam-authenticator.yaml
fi
# copy patches to host to make --rootfs of kubeadm work
cp -r ${WORKDIR}/kubeadm/templates/patches /host/tmp/
}
# Shared steps after calling kubeadm
post_kubeadm() {
# KubeZero resources
for f in ${WORKDIR}/kubeadm/templates/resources/*.yaml; do
kubectl apply -f $f $LOG
done
# Patch coreDNS addon, ideally we prevent kubeadm to reset coreDNS to its defaults
kubectl patch deployment coredns -n kube-system --patch-file ${WORKDIR}/kubeadm/templates/patches/coredns0.yaml $LOG
rm -rf /host/tmp/patches
}
kubeadm_upgrade() {
# pre upgrade hook
[ -f /var/lib/kubezero/pre-upgrade.sh ] && . /var/lib/kubezero/pre-upgrade.sh
render_kubeadm
pre_kubeadm
# Upgrade
_kubeadm upgrade apply -y --patches /tmp/patches
post_kubeadm
# If we have a re-cert kubectl config install for root
if [ -f ${HOSTFS}/etc/kubernetes/admin.conf ]; then
cp ${HOSTFS}/etc/kubernetes/admin.conf ${HOSTFS}/root/.kube/config
fi
# post upgrade hook
[ -f /var/lib/kubezero/post-upgrade.sh ] && . /var/lib/kubezero/post-upgrade.sh
# Cleanup after kubeadm on the host
rm -rf ${HOSTFS}/etc/kubernetes/tmp
echo "Successfully upgraded kubeadm control plane."
# TODO
# Send Notification currently done via CloudBender -> SNS -> Slack
# Better deploy https://github.com/opsgenie/kubernetes-event-exporter and set proper routes and labels on this Job
# Removed:
# - update oidc do we need that ?
}
control_plane_node() {
CMD=$1
render_kubeadm
# Ensure clean slate if bootstrap, restore PKI otherwise
if [[ "$CMD" =~ ^(bootstrap)$ ]]; then
rm -rf ${HOSTFS}/var/lib/etcd/member
else
# restore latest backup
retry 10 60 30 restic restore latest --no-lock -t / # --tag $KUBE_VERSION_MINOR
# Make last etcd snapshot available
cp ${WORKDIR}/etcd_snapshot ${HOSTFS}/etc/kubernetes
# Put PKI in place
cp -r ${WORKDIR}/pki ${HOSTFS}/etc/kubernetes
# Always use kubeadm kubectl config to never run into chicken egg with custom auth hooks
cp ${WORKDIR}/admin.conf ${HOSTFS}/root/.kube/config
# Only restore etcd data during "restore" and none exists already
if [[ "$CMD" =~ ^(restore)$ ]]; then
if [ ! -d ${HOSTFS}/var/lib/etcd/member ]; then
etcdctl snapshot restore ${HOSTFS}/etc/kubernetes/etcd_snapshot \
--name $ETCD_NODENAME \
--data-dir="${HOSTFS}/var/lib/etcd" \
--initial-cluster-token etcd-${CLUSTERNAME} \
--initial-advertise-peer-urls https://${ETCD_NODENAME}:2380 \
--initial-cluster $ETCD_NODENAME=https://${ETCD_NODENAME}:2380
fi
fi
fi
# Delete old node certs in case they are around
rm -f ${HOSTFS}/etc/kubernetes/pki/etcd/peer.* ${HOSTFS}/etc/kubernetes/pki/etcd/server.* ${HOSTFS}/etc/kubernetes/pki/etcd/healthcheck-client.* \
${HOSTFS}/etc/kubernetes/pki/apiserver* ${HOSTFS}/etc/kubernetes/pki/front-proxy-client.*
# Issue all certs first, needed for eg. aws-iam-authenticator setup
_kubeadm init phase certs all
pre_kubeadm
# Pull all images
_kubeadm config images pull
_kubeadm init phase preflight
_kubeadm init phase kubeconfig all
if [[ "$CMD" =~ ^(join)$ ]]; then
# Delete any former self in case forseti did not delete yet
kubectl delete node ${NODENAME} --wait=true || true
# Wait for all pods to be deleted otherwise we end up with stale pods eg. kube-proxy and all goes to ....
kubectl delete pods -n kube-system --field-selector spec.nodeName=${NODENAME}
# get current running etcd pods for etcdctl commands
while true; do
etcd_endpoints=$(kubectl get pods -n kube-system -l component=etcd -o yaml | \
yq eval '.items[].metadata.annotations."kubeadm.kubernetes.io/etcd.advertise-client-urls"' - | tr '\n' ',' | sed -e 's/,$//')
[[ $etcd_endpoints =~ ^https:// ]] && break
sleep 3
done
# see if we are a former member and remove our former self if so
MY_ID=$(etcdctl member list --endpoints=$etcd_endpoints | grep $ETCD_NODENAME | awk '{print $1}' | sed -e 's/,$//')
[ -n "$MY_ID" ] && retry 12 5 5 etcdctl member remove $MY_ID --endpoints=$etcd_endpoints
# flush etcd data directory as joining with previous storage seems flaky, especially during etcd version upgrades
rm -rf ${HOSTFS}/var/lib/etcd/member
# Announce new etcd member and capture ETCD_INITIAL_CLUSTER, retry needed in case another node joining causes temp quorum loss
ETCD_ENVS=$(retry 12 5 5 etcdctl member add $ETCD_NODENAME --peer-urls="https://${ETCD_NODENAME}:2380" --endpoints=$etcd_endpoints)
export $(echo "$ETCD_ENVS" | grep ETCD_INITIAL_CLUSTER= | sed -e 's/"//g')
# Patch kubeadm-values.yaml and re-render to get etcd manifest patched
yq eval -i '.etcd.state = "existing"
| .etcd.initialCluster = strenv(ETCD_INITIAL_CLUSTER)
' ${HOSTFS}/etc/kubernetes/kubeadm-values.yaml
render_kubeadm
fi
# Generate our custom etcd yaml
_kubeadm init phase etcd local
_kubeadm init phase control-plane all
_kubeadm init phase kubelet-start
cp ${HOSTFS}/etc/kubernetes/admin.conf ${HOSTFS}/root/.kube/config
# Wait for api to be online
echo "Waiting for Kubernetes API to be online ..."
retry 0 5 30 kubectl cluster-info --request-timeout 3 >/dev/null
# Update providerID as underlying VM changed during restore
if [[ "$CMD" =~ ^(restore)$ ]]; then
if [ -n "$PROVIDER_ID" ]; then
etcdhelper \
-cacert ${HOSTFS}/etc/kubernetes/pki/etcd/ca.crt \
-cert ${HOSTFS}/etc/kubernetes/pki/etcd/server.crt \
-key ${HOSTFS}/etc/kubernetes/pki/etcd/server.key \
-endpoint https://${ETCD_NODENAME}:2379 \
change-provider-id ${NODENAME} $PROVIDER_ID
fi
fi
if [[ "$CMD" =~ ^(bootstrap|restore)$ ]]; then
_kubeadm init phase upload-config all
_kubeadm init phase upload-certs --skip-certificate-key-print
# This sets up the ClusterRoleBindings to allow bootstrap nodes to create CSRs etc.
_kubeadm init phase bootstrap-token --skip-token-print
fi
_kubeadm init phase mark-control-plane
_kubeadm init phase kubelet-finalize all
if [[ "$CMD" =~ ^(bootstrap|restore)$ ]]; then
_kubeadm init phase addon all
fi
# Ensure aws-iam-authenticator secret is in place
if [ "$AWS_IAM_AUTH" == "true" ]; then
kubectl get secrets -n kube-system aws-iam-certs || \
kubectl create secret generic aws-iam-certs -n kube-system \
--from-file=key.pem=${HOSTFS}/etc/kubernetes/pki/aws-iam-authenticator.key \
--from-file=cert.pem=${HOSTFS}/etc/kubernetes/pki/aws-iam-authenticator.crt
# Store aws-iam-auth admin on SSM
yq eval -M ".clusters[0].cluster.certificate-authority-data = \"$(cat ${HOSTFS}/etc/kubernetes/pki/ca.crt | base64 -w0)\"" ${WORKDIR}/kubeadm/templates/admin-aws-iam.yaml > ${HOSTFS}/etc/kubernetes/admin-aws-iam.yaml
fi
post_kubeadm
echo "${1} cluster $CLUSTERNAME successfull."
}
apply_module() {
MODULES=$1
get_kubezero_values
# Always use embedded kubezero chart
helm template $CHARTS/kubezero -f $WORKDIR/kubezero-values.yaml --version ~$KUBE_VERSION --devel --output-dir $WORKDIR
# CRDs first
for t in $MODULES; do
_helm crds $t
done
for t in $MODULES; do
_helm apply $t
done
echo "Applied KubeZero modules: $MODULES"
}
delete_module() {
MODULES=$1
get_kubezero_values
# Always use embedded kubezero chart
helm template $CHARTS/kubezero -f $WORKDIR/kubezero-values.yaml --version ~$KUBE_VERSION --devel --output-dir $WORKDIR
for t in $MODULES; do
_helm delete $t
done
echo "Deleted KubeZero modules: $MODULES. Potential CRDs must be removed manually."
}
# backup etcd + /etc/kubernetes/pki
backup() {
# Display all ENVs, careful this exposes the password !
[ -n "$DEBUG" ] && env
restic snapshots || restic init || exit 1
CV=$(kubectl version -o json | jq .serverVersion.minor -r)
let PCV=$CV-1
CLUSTER_VERSION="v1.$CV"
PREVIOUS_VERSION="v1.$PCV"
etcdctl --endpoints=https://${ETCD_NODENAME}:2379 snapshot save ${WORKDIR}/etcd_snapshot
# pki & cluster-admin access
cp -r ${HOSTFS}/etc/kubernetes/pki ${WORKDIR}
cp -r ${HOSTFS}/etc/kubernetes/admin.conf ${WORKDIR}
# Backup via restic
restic backup ${WORKDIR} -H $CLUSTERNAME --tag $CLUSTER_VERSION
echo "Backup complete."
# Remove backups from pre-previous versions
restic forget --keep-tag $CLUSTER_VERSION --keep-tag $PREVIOUS_VERSION --prune
# Regular retention
restic forget --keep-hourly 24 --keep-daily ${RESTIC_RETENTION:-7} --prune
# Defrag etcd backend
etcdctl --endpoints=https://${ETCD_NODENAME}:2379 defrag
}
debug_shell() {
echo "Entering debug shell"
printf "For manual etcdctl commands use:\n # export ETCDCTL_ENDPOINTS=$ETCD_NODENAME:2379\n"
/bin/bash
}
# First parse kubeadm-values.yaml
parse_kubezero
# Execute tasks
for t in $@; do
case "$t" in
kubeadm_upgrade) kubeadm_upgrade;;
bootstrap) control_plane_node bootstrap;;
join) control_plane_node join;;
restore) control_plane_node restore;;
apply_*) apply_module "${t##apply_}";;
delete_*) delete_module "${t##delete_}";;
backup) backup;;
debug_shell) debug_shell;;
*) echo "Unknown command: '$t'";;
esac
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#!/bin/bash
# Simulate well-known CRDs being available
API_VERSIONS="-a monitoring.coreos.com/v1 -a snapshot.storage.k8s.io/v1 -a policy/v1/PodDisruptionBudget"
# Waits for max 300s and retries
function wait_for() {
local TRIES=0
while true; do
eval " $@" && break
[ $TRIES -eq 100 ] && return 1
let TRIES=$TRIES+1
sleep 3
done
}
function chart_location() {
echo "$1 --repo https://cdn.zero-downtime.net/charts"
}
function argo_used() {
kubectl get application kubezero -n argocd >/dev/null && rc=$? || rc=$?
return $rc
}
# get kubezero-values from ArgoCD if available or use in-cluster CM without Argo
function get_kubezero_values() {
argo_used && \
{ kubectl get application kubezero -n argocd -o yaml | yq .spec.source.helm.values > ${WORKDIR}/kubezero-values.yaml; } || \
{ kubectl get configmap -n kube-system kubezero-values -o yaml | yq '.data."values.yaml"' > ${WORKDIR}/kubezero-values.yaml ;}
}
function disable_argo() {
cat > _argoapp_patch.yaml <<EOF
spec:
syncWindows:
- kind: deny
schedule: '0 * * * *'
duration: 24h
namespaces:
- '*'
EOF
kubectl patch appproject kubezero -n argocd --patch-file _argoapp_patch.yaml --type=merge && rm _argoapp_patch.yaml
echo "Enabled service window for ArgoCD project kubezero"
}
function enable_argo() {
kubectl patch appproject kubezero -n argocd --type json -p='[{"op": "remove", "path": "/spec/syncWindows"}]' || true
echo "Removed service window for ArgoCD project kubezero"
}
function cntFailedPods() {
NS=$1
NR=$(kubectl get pods -n $NS --field-selector="status.phase!=Succeeded,status.phase!=Running" -o custom-columns="POD:metadata.name" -o json | jq '.items | length')
echo $NR
}
function waitSystemPodsRunning() {
while true; do
[ "$(cntFailedPods kube-system)" -eq 0 ] && break
sleep 3
done
}
function argo_app_synced() {
APP=$1
# Ensure we are synced otherwise bail out
status=$(kubectl get application $APP -n argocd -o yaml | yq .status.sync.status)
if [ "$status" != "Synced" ]; then
echo "ArgoCD Application $APP not 'Synced'!"
return 1
fi
return 0
}
# make sure namespace exists prior to calling helm as the create-namespace options doesn't work
function create_ns() {
local namespace=$1
if [ "$namespace" != "kube-system" ]; then
kubectl get ns $namespace || kubectl create ns $namespace
fi
}
# delete non kube-system ns
function delete_ns() {
local namespace=$1
[ "$namespace" != "kube-system" ] && kubectl delete ns $namespace
}
# Extract crds via helm calls and apply delta=crds only
function _crds() {
helm template $(chart_location $chart) -n $namespace --name-template $module $targetRevision --skip-crds --set ${module}.installCRDs=false -f $WORKDIR/values.yaml $API_VERSIONS --kube-version $KUBE_VERSION > $WORKDIR/helm-no-crds.yaml
helm template $(chart_location $chart) -n $namespace --name-template $module $targetRevision --include-crds --set ${module}.installCRDs=true -f $WORKDIR/values.yaml $API_VERSIONS --kube-version $KUBE_VERSION > $WORKDIR/helm-crds.yaml
diff -e $WORKDIR/helm-no-crds.yaml $WORKDIR/helm-crds.yaml | head -n-1 | tail -n+2 > $WORKDIR/crds.yaml
# Only apply if there are actually any crds
if [ -s $WORKDIR/crds.yaml ]; then
[ -n "$DEBUG" ] && cat $WORKDIR/crds.yaml
kubectl apply -f $WORKDIR/crds.yaml --server-side --force-conflicts
fi
}
# helm template | kubectl apply -f -
# confine to one namespace if possible
function render() {
helm template $(chart_location $chart) -n $namespace --name-template $module $targetRevision --skip-crds -f $WORKDIR/values.yaml $API_VERSIONS --kube-version $KUBE_VERSION $@ \
| python3 -c '
#!/usr/bin/python3
import yaml
import sys
for manifest in yaml.safe_load_all(sys.stdin):
if manifest:
if "metadata" in manifest and "namespace" not in manifest["metadata"]:
manifest["metadata"]["namespace"] = sys.argv[1]
print("---")
print(yaml.dump(manifest))' $namespace > $WORKDIR/helm.yaml
}
function _helm() {
local action=$1
local module=$2
# check if module is even enabled and return if not
[ ! -f $WORKDIR/kubezero/templates/${module}.yaml ] && { echo "Module $module disabled. No-op."; return 0; }
local chart="$(yq eval '.spec.source.chart' $WORKDIR/kubezero/templates/${module}.yaml)"
local namespace="$(yq eval '.spec.destination.namespace' $WORKDIR/kubezero/templates/${module}.yaml)"
targetRevision=""
_version="$(yq eval '.spec.source.targetRevision' $WORKDIR/kubezero/templates/${module}.yaml)"
[ -n "$_version" ] && targetRevision="--version $_version"
yq eval '.spec.source.helm.values' $WORKDIR/kubezero/templates/${module}.yaml > $WORKDIR/values.yaml
echo "using values to $action of module $module: "
cat $WORKDIR/values.yaml
if [ $action == "crds" ]; then
# Allow custom CRD handling
declare -F ${module}-crds && ${module}-crds || _crds
elif [ $action == "apply" ]; then
# namespace must exist prior to apply
create_ns $namespace
# Optional pre hook
declare -F ${module}-pre && ${module}-pre
render
kubectl $action -f $WORKDIR/helm.yaml --server-side --force-conflicts && rc=$? || rc=$?
# Try again without server-side, review with 1.26, required for cert-manager during 1.25
[ $rc -ne 0 ] && kubectl $action -f $WORKDIR/helm.yaml && rc=$? || rc=$?
# Optional post hook
declare -F ${module}-post && ${module}-post
elif [ $action == "delete" ]; then
render
kubectl $action -f $WORKDIR/helm.yaml && rc=$? || rc=$?
# Delete dedicated namespace if not kube-system
[ -n "$DELETE_NS" ] && delete_ns $namespace
fi
return 0
}

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#!/usr/bin/env python3
import sys
import argparse
import io
import yaml
def migrate(values):
"""Actual changes here"""
return values
def deleteKey(values, key):
"""Delete key from dictionary if exists"""
try:
values.pop(key)
except KeyError:
pass
return values
class MyDumper(yaml.Dumper):
"""
Required to add additional indent for arrays to match yq behaviour to reduce noise in diffs
"""
def increase_indent(self, flow=False, indentless=False):
return super(MyDumper, self).increase_indent(flow, False)
def str_presenter(dumper, data):
if len(data.splitlines()) > 1: # check for multiline string
return dumper.represent_scalar("tag:yaml.org,2002:str", data, style="|")
return dumper.represent_scalar("tag:yaml.org,2002:str", data)
def rec_sort(d):
if isinstance(d, dict):
res = dict()
# Always have "enabled" first if present
if "enabled" in d.keys():
res["enabled"] = rec_sort(d["enabled"])
d.pop("enabled")
# next is "name" if present
if "name" in d.keys():
res["name"] = rec_sort(d["name"])
d.pop("name")
for k in sorted(d.keys()):
res[k] = rec_sort(d[k])
return res
if isinstance(d, list):
for idx, elem in enumerate(d):
d[idx] = rec_sort(elem)
return d
yaml.add_representer(str, str_presenter)
# to use with safe_dump:
yaml.representer.SafeRepresenter.add_representer(str, str_presenter)
# Read values
values = yaml.safe_load(sys.stdin)
# Output new values
buffer = io.StringIO()
yaml.dump(
rec_sort(migrate(values)),
sys.stdout,
default_flow_style=False,
indent=2,
sort_keys=False,
Dumper=MyDumper,
)

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#!/bin/bash
# get current values, argo app over cm
get_kubezero_values
# tumble new config through migrate.py
migrate_argo_values.py < "$WORKDIR"/kubezero-values.yaml > "$WORKDIR"/new-kubezero-values.yaml
# Update kubezero-values CM
kubectl get cm -n kube-system kubezero-values -o=yaml | \