community.docker.docker_swarm_service module – docker swarm service

Note

This module is part of the community.docker collection (version 2.7.1).

You might already have this collection installed if you are using the ansible package. It is not included in ansible-core. To check whether it is installed, run ansible-galaxy collection list.

To install it, use: ansible-galaxy collection install community.docker.

To use it in a playbook, specify: community.docker.docker_swarm_service.

Synopsis

  • Manages docker services via a swarm manager node.

Requirements

The below requirements are needed on the host that executes this module.

  • Docker API >= 1.24

  • Docker SDK for Python: Please note that the docker-py Python module has been superseded by docker (see here for details). This module does not work with docker-py.

  • Docker SDK for Python >= 2.0.2

  • Python >= 2.7

Parameters

Parameter

Comments

api_version

aliases: docker_api_version

string

The version of the Docker API running on the Docker Host.

Defaults to the latest version of the API supported by Docker SDK for Python and the docker daemon.

If the value is not specified in the task, the value of environment variable DOCKER_API_VERSION will be used instead. If the environment variable is not set, the default value will be used.

Default: “auto”

args

list / elements=string

List arguments to be passed to the container.

Corresponds to the ARG parameter of docker service create.

ca_cert

aliases: tls_ca_cert, cacert_path

path

Use a CA certificate when performing server verification by providing the path to a CA certificate file.

If the value is not specified in the task and the environment variable DOCKER_CERT_PATH is set, the file ca.pem from the directory specified in the environment variable DOCKER_CERT_PATH will be used.

cap_add

list / elements=string

added in 2.2.0 of community.docker

List of capabilities to add to the container.

Requires API version >= 1.41.

cap_drop

list / elements=string

added in 2.2.0 of community.docker

List of capabilities to drop from the container.

Requires API version >= 1.41.

client_cert

aliases: tls_client_cert, cert_path

path

Path to the client’s TLS certificate file.

If the value is not specified in the task and the environment variable DOCKER_CERT_PATH is set, the file cert.pem from the directory specified in the environment variable DOCKER_CERT_PATH will be used.

client_key

aliases: tls_client_key, key_path

path

Path to the client’s TLS key file.

If the value is not specified in the task and the environment variable DOCKER_CERT_PATH is set, the file key.pem from the directory specified in the environment variable DOCKER_CERT_PATH will be used.

command

raw

Command to execute when the container starts.

A command may be either a string or a list or a list of strings.

Corresponds to the COMMAND parameter of docker service create.

configs

list / elements=dictionary

List of dictionaries describing the service configs.

Corresponds to the --config option of docker service create.

Requires API version >= 1.30.

config_id

string

Config’s ID.

config_name

string / required

Config’s name as defined at its creation.

filename

string

Name of the file containing the config. Defaults to the config_name if not specified.

gid

string

GID of the config file’s group.

mode

integer

File access mode inside the container. Must be an octal number (like 0644 or 0444).

uid

string

UID of the config file’s owner.

container_labels

dictionary

Dictionary of key value pairs.

Corresponds to the --container-label option of docker service create.

debug

boolean

Debug mode

Choices:

  • no ← (default)

  • yes

dns

list / elements=string

List of custom DNS servers.

Corresponds to the --dns option of docker service create.

Requires API version >= 1.25.

dns_options

list / elements=string

List of custom DNS options.

Corresponds to the --dns-option option of docker service create.

Requires API version >= 1.25.

list / elements=string

List of custom DNS search domains.

Corresponds to the --dns-search option of docker service create.

Requires API version >= 1.25.

docker_host

aliases: docker_url

string

The URL or Unix socket path used to connect to the Docker API. To connect to a remote host, provide the TCP connection string. For example, tcp://192.0.2.23:2376. If TLS is used to encrypt the connection, the module will automatically replace tcp in the connection URL with https.

If the value is not specified in the task, the value of environment variable DOCKER_HOST will be used instead. If the environment variable is not set, the default value will be used.

Default: “unix://var/run/docker.sock”

endpoint_mode

string

Service endpoint mode.

Corresponds to the --endpoint-mode option of docker service create.

Requires API version >= 1.25.

Choices:

  • vip

  • dnsrr

env

raw

List or dictionary of the service environment variables.

If passed a list each items need to be in the format of KEY=VALUE.

If passed a dictionary values which might be parsed as numbers, booleans or other types by the YAML parser must be quoted (for example "true") in order to avoid data loss.

Corresponds to the --env option of docker service create.

env_files

list / elements=path

List of paths to files, present on the target, containing environment variables FOO=BAR.

The order of the list is significant in determining the value assigned to a variable that shows up more than once.

If variable also present in env, then env value will override.

force_update

boolean

Force update even if no changes require it.

Corresponds to the --force option of docker service update.

Requires API version >= 1.25.

Choices:

  • no ← (default)

  • yes

groups

list / elements=string

List of additional group names and/or IDs that the container process will run as.

Corresponds to the --group option of docker service update.

Requires API version >= 1.25.

healthcheck

dictionary

Configure a check that is run to determine whether or not containers for this service are “healthy”. See the docs for the HEALTHCHECK Dockerfile instruction for details on how healthchecks work.

interval, timeout and start_period are specified as durations. They accept duration as a string in a format that look like: 5h34m56s, 1m30s etc. The supported units are us, ms, s, m and h.

Requires API version >= 1.25.

interval

string

Time between running the check.

retries

integer

Consecutive failures needed to report unhealthy. It accept integer value.

start_period

string

Start period for the container to initialize before starting health-retries countdown.

test

raw

Command to run to check health.

Must be either a string or a list. If it is a list, the first item must be one of NONE, CMD or CMD-SHELL.

timeout

string

Maximum time to allow one check to run.

hostname

string

Container hostname.

Corresponds to the --hostname option of docker service create.

Requires API version >= 1.25.

hosts

dictionary

Dict of host-to-IP mappings, where each host name is a key in the dictionary. Each host name will be added to the container’s /etc/hosts file.

Corresponds to the --host option of docker service create.

Requires API version >= 1.25.

image

string

Service image path and tag.

Corresponds to the IMAGE parameter of docker service create.

init

boolean

Use an init inside each service container to forward signals and reap processes.

Corresponds to the --init option of docker service create.

Requires API version >= 1.37.

Choices:

  • no

  • yes

labels

dictionary

Dictionary of key value pairs.

Corresponds to the --label option of docker service create.

limits

dictionary

Configures service resource limits.

cpus

float

Service CPU limit. 0 equals no limit.

Corresponds to the --limit-cpu option of docker service create.

memory

string

Service memory limit in format <number>[<unit>]. Number is a positive integer. Unit can be B (byte), K (kibibyte, 1024B), M (mebibyte), G (gibibyte), T (tebibyte), or P (pebibyte).

0 equals no limit.

Omitting the unit defaults to bytes.

Corresponds to the --limit-memory option of docker service create.

logging

dictionary

Logging configuration for the service.

driver

string

Configure the logging driver for a service.

Corresponds to the --log-driver option of docker service create.

options

dictionary

Options for service logging driver.

Corresponds to the --log-opt option of docker service create.

mode

string

Service replication mode.

Service will be removed and recreated when changed.

Corresponds to the --mode option of docker service create.

Choices:

  • replicated ← (default)

  • global

mounts

list / elements=dictionary

List of dictionaries describing the service mounts.

Corresponds to the --mount option of docker service create.

driver_config

dictionary

Volume driver configuration.

Can only be used when type is volume.

name

string

Name of the volume-driver plugin to use for the volume.

options

dictionary

Options as key-value pairs to pass to the driver for this volume.

labels

dictionary

Volume labels to apply.

no_copy

boolean

Disable copying of data from a container when a volume is created.

Can only be used when type is volume.

Choices:

  • no

  • yes

propagation

string

The propagation mode to use.

Can only be used when type is bind.

Choices:

  • shared

  • slave

  • private

  • rshared

  • rslave

  • rprivate

readonly

boolean

Whether the mount should be read-only.

Choices:

  • no

  • yes

source

string

Mount source (for example a volume name or a host path).

Must be specified if type is not tmpfs.

target

string / required

Container path.

tmpfs_mode

integer

File mode of the tmpfs in octal.

Can only be used when type is tmpfs.

tmpfs_size

string

Size of the tmpfs mount in format <number>[<unit>]. Number is a positive integer. Unit can be B (byte), K (kibibyte, 1024B), M (mebibyte), G (gibibyte), T (tebibyte), or P (pebibyte).

Can only be used when type is tmpfs.

type

string

The mount type.

Note that npipe is only supported by Docker for Windows. Also note that npipe was added in Ansible 2.9.

Choices:

  • bind ← (default)

  • volume

  • tmpfs

  • npipe

name

string / required

Service name.

Corresponds to the --name option of docker service create.

networks

list / elements=raw

List of the service networks names or dictionaries.

When passed dictionaries valid sub-options are name, which is required, and aliases and options.

Prior to API version 1.29, updating and removing networks is not supported. If changes are made the service will then be removed and recreated.

Corresponds to the --network option of docker service create.

placement

dictionary

Configures service placement preferences and constraints.

constraints

list / elements=string

List of the service constraints.

Corresponds to the --constraint option of docker service create.

preferences

list / elements=dictionary

List of the placement preferences as key value pairs.

Corresponds to the --placement-pref option of docker service create.

Requires API version >= 1.27.

replicas_max_per_node

integer

added in 1.3.0 of community.docker

Maximum number of tasks per node.

Corresponds to the --replicas_max_per_node option of docker service create.

Requires API version >= 1.40

publish

list / elements=dictionary

List of dictionaries describing the service published ports.

Corresponds to the --publish option of docker service create.

Requires API version >= 1.25.

mode

string

What publish mode to use.

Requires API version >= 1.32.

Choices:

  • ingress

  • host

protocol

string

What protocol to use.

Choices:

  • tcp ← (default)

  • udp

published_port

integer

The port to make externally available.

target_port

integer / required

The port inside the container to expose.

read_only

boolean

Mount the containers root filesystem as read only.

Corresponds to the --read-only option of docker service create.

Choices:

  • no

  • yes

replicas

integer

Number of containers instantiated in the service. Valid only if mode is replicated.

If set to -1, and service is not present, service replicas will be set to 1.

If set to -1, and service is present, service replicas will be unchanged.

Corresponds to the --replicas option of docker service create.

Default: -1

reservations

dictionary

Configures service resource reservations.

cpus

float

Service CPU reservation. 0 equals no reservation.

Corresponds to the --reserve-cpu option of docker service create.

memory

string

Service memory reservation in format <number>[<unit>]. Number is a positive integer. Unit can be B (byte), K (kibibyte, 1024B), M (mebibyte), G (gibibyte), T (tebibyte), or P (pebibyte).

0 equals no reservation.

Omitting the unit defaults to bytes.

Corresponds to the --reserve-memory option of docker service create.

resolve_image

boolean

If the current image digest should be resolved from registry and updated if changed.

Requires API version >= 1.30.

Choices:

  • no ← (default)

  • yes

restart_config

dictionary

Configures if and how to restart containers when they exit.

condition

string

Restart condition of the service.

Corresponds to the --restart-condition option of docker service create.

Choices:

  • none

  • on-failure

  • any

delay

string

Delay between restarts.

Accepts a a string in a format that look like: 5h34m56s, 1m30s etc. The supported units are us, ms, s, m and h.

Corresponds to the --restart-delay option of docker service create.

max_attempts

integer

Maximum number of service restarts.

Corresponds to the --restart-condition option of docker service create.

window

string

Restart policy evaluation window.

Accepts a string in a format that look like: 5h34m56s, 1m30s etc. The supported units are us, ms, s, m and h.

Corresponds to the --restart-window option of docker service create.

rollback_config

dictionary

Configures how the service should be rolled back in case of a failing update.

delay

string

Delay between task rollbacks.

Accepts a string in a format that look like: 5h34m56s, 1m30s etc. The supported units are us, ms, s, m and h.

Corresponds to the --rollback-delay option of docker service create.

Requires API version >= 1.28.

failure_action

string

Action to take in case of rollback failure.

Corresponds to the --rollback-failure-action option of docker service create.

Requires API version >= 1.28.

Choices:

  • continue

  • pause

max_failure_ratio

float

Fraction of tasks that may fail during a rollback.

Corresponds to the --rollback-max-failure-ratio option of docker service create.

Requires API version >= 1.28.

monitor

string

Duration after each task rollback to monitor for failure.

Accepts a string in a format that look like: 5h34m56s, 1m30s etc. The supported units are us, ms, s, m and h.

Corresponds to the --rollback-monitor option of docker service create.

Requires API version >= 1.28.

order

string

Specifies the order of operations during rollbacks.

Corresponds to the --rollback-order option of docker service create.

Requires API version >= 1.29.

parallelism

integer

The number of containers to rollback at a time. If set to 0, all containers rollback simultaneously.

Corresponds to the --rollback-parallelism option of docker service create.

Requires API version >= 1.28.

secrets

list / elements=dictionary

List of dictionaries describing the service secrets.

Corresponds to the --secret option of docker service create.

Requires API version >= 1.25.

filename

string

Name of the file containing the secret. Defaults to the secret_name if not specified.

Corresponds to the target key of docker service create --secret.

gid

string

GID of the secret file’s group.

mode

integer

File access mode inside the container. Must be an octal number (like 0644 or 0444).

secret_id

string

Secret’s ID.

secret_name

string / required

Secret’s name as defined at its creation.

uid

string

UID of the secret file’s owner.

ssl_version

string

Provide a valid SSL version number. Default value determined by ssl.py module.

If the value is not specified in the task, the value of environment variable DOCKER_SSL_VERSION will be used instead.

state

string

absent - A service matching the specified name will be removed and have its tasks stopped.

present - Asserts the existence of a service matching the name and provided configuration parameters. Unspecified configuration parameters will be set to docker defaults.

Choices:

  • present ← (default)

  • absent

stop_grace_period

string

Time to wait before force killing a container.

Accepts a duration as a string in a format that look like: 5h34m56s, 1m30s etc. The supported units are us, ms, s, m and h.

Corresponds to the --stop-grace-period option of docker service create.

stop_signal

string

Override default signal used to stop the container.

Corresponds to the --stop-signal option of docker service create.

timeout

integer

The maximum amount of time in seconds to wait on a response from the API.

If the value is not specified in the task, the value of environment variable DOCKER_TIMEOUT will be used instead. If the environment variable is not set, the default value will be used.

Default: 60

tls

boolean

Secure the connection to the API by using TLS without verifying the authenticity of the Docker host server. Note that if validate_certs is set to true as well, it will take precedence.

If the value is not specified in the task, the value of environment variable DOCKER_TLS will be used instead. If the environment variable is not set, the default value will be used.

Choices:

  • no ← (default)

  • yes

tls_hostname

string

When verifying the authenticity of the Docker Host server, provide the expected name of the server.

If the value is not specified in the task, the value of environment variable DOCKER_TLS_HOSTNAME will be used instead. If the environment variable is not set, the default value will be used.

The current default value is localhost. This default is deprecated and will change in community.docker 2.0.0 to be a value computed from docker_host. Explicitly specify localhost to make sure this value will still be used, and to disable the deprecation message which will be shown otherwise.

tty

boolean

Allocate a pseudo-TTY.

Corresponds to the --tty option of docker service create.

Requires API version >= 1.25.

Choices:

  • no

  • yes

update_config

dictionary

Configures how the service should be updated. Useful for configuring rolling updates.

delay

string

Rolling update delay.

Accepts a string in a format that look like: 5h34m56s, 1m30s etc. The supported units are us, ms, s, m and h.

Corresponds to the --update-delay option of docker service create.

failure_action

string

Action to take in case of container failure.

Corresponds to the --update-failure-action option of docker service create.

Usage of rollback requires API version >= 1.29.

Choices:

  • continue

  • pause

  • rollback

max_failure_ratio

float

Fraction of tasks that may fail during an update before the failure action is invoked.

Corresponds to the --update-max-failure-ratio option of docker service create.

Requires API version >= 1.25.

monitor

string

Time to monitor updated tasks for failures.

Accepts a string in a format that look like: 5h34m56s, 1m30s etc. The supported units are us, ms, s, m and h.

Corresponds to the --update-monitor option of docker service create.

Requires API version >= 1.25.

order

string

Specifies the order of operations when rolling out an updated task.

Corresponds to the --update-order option of docker service create.

Requires API version >= 1.29.

parallelism

integer

Rolling update parallelism.

Corresponds to the --update-parallelism option of docker service create.

use_ssh_client

boolean

added in 1.5.0 of community.docker

For SSH transports, use the ssh CLI tool instead of paramiko.

Requires Docker SDK for Python 4.4.0 or newer.

Choices:

  • no ← (default)

  • yes

user

string

Sets the username or UID used for the specified command.

Before Ansible 2.8, the default value for this option was root.

The default has been removed so that the user defined in the image is used if no user is specified here.

Corresponds to the --user option of docker service create.

validate_certs

aliases: tls_verify

boolean

Secure the connection to the API by using TLS and verifying the authenticity of the Docker host server.

If the value is not specified in the task, the value of environment variable DOCKER_TLS_VERIFY will be used instead. If the environment variable is not set, the default value will be used.

Choices:

  • no ← (default)

  • yes

working_dir

string

Path to the working directory.

Corresponds to the --workdir option of docker service create.

Notes

Note

  • Images will only resolve to the latest digest when using Docker API >= 1.30 and Docker SDK for Python >= 3.2.0. When using older versions use force_update: true to trigger the swarm to resolve a new image.

  • Connect to the Docker daemon by providing parameters with each task or by defining environment variables. You can define DOCKER_HOST, DOCKER_TLS_HOSTNAME, DOCKER_API_VERSION, DOCKER_CERT_PATH, DOCKER_SSL_VERSION, DOCKER_TLS, DOCKER_TLS_VERIFY and DOCKER_TIMEOUT. If you are using docker machine, run the script shipped with the product that sets up the environment. It will set these variables for you. See https://docs.docker.com/machine/reference/env/ for more details.

  • When connecting to Docker daemon with TLS, you might need to install additional Python packages. For the Docker SDK for Python, version 2.4 or newer, this can be done by installing docker[tls] with ansible.builtin.pip.

  • Note that the Docker SDK for Python only allows to specify the path to the Docker configuration for very few functions. In general, it will use $HOME/.docker/config.json if the DOCKER_CONFIG environment variable is not specified, and use $DOCKER_CONFIG/config.json otherwise.

  • This module uses the Docker SDK for Python to communicate with the Docker daemon.

Examples

- name: Set command and arguments
  community.docker.docker_swarm_service:
    name: myservice
    image: alpine
    command: sleep
    args:
      - "3600"

- name: Set a bind mount
  community.docker.docker_swarm_service:
    name: myservice
    image: alpine
    mounts:
      - source: /tmp/
        target: /remote_tmp/
        type: bind

- name: Set service labels
  community.docker.docker_swarm_service:
    name: myservice
    image: alpine
    labels:
      com.example.description: "Accounting webapp"
      com.example.department: "Finance"

- name: Set environment variables
  community.docker.docker_swarm_service:
    name: myservice
    image: alpine
    env:
      ENVVAR1: envvar1
      ENVVAR2: envvar2
    env_files:
      - envs/common.env
      - envs/apps/web.env

- name: Set fluentd logging
  community.docker.docker_swarm_service:
    name: myservice
    image: alpine
    logging:
      driver: fluentd
      options:
        fluentd-address: "127.0.0.1:24224"
        fluentd-async-connect: "true"
        tag: myservice

- name: Set restart policies
  community.docker.docker_swarm_service:
    name: myservice
    image: alpine
    restart_config:
      condition: on-failure
      delay: 5s
      max_attempts: 3
      window: 120s

- name: Set update config
  community.docker.docker_swarm_service:
    name: myservice
    image: alpine
    update_config:
      parallelism: 2
      delay: 10s
      order: stop-first

- name: Set rollback config
  community.docker.docker_swarm_service:
    name: myservice
    image: alpine
    update_config:
      failure_action: rollback
    rollback_config:
      parallelism: 2
      delay: 10s
      order: stop-first

- name: Set placement preferences
  community.docker.docker_swarm_service:
    name: myservice
    image: alpine:edge
    placement:
      preferences:
        - spread: node.labels.mylabel
      constraints:
        - node.role == manager
        - engine.labels.operatingsystem == ubuntu 14.04
      replicas_max_per_node: 2

- name: Set configs
  community.docker.docker_swarm_service:
    name: myservice
    image: alpine:edge
    configs:
      - config_name: myconfig_name
        filename: "/tmp/config.txt"

- name: Set networks
  community.docker.docker_swarm_service:
    name: myservice
    image: alpine:edge
    networks:
      - mynetwork

- name: Set networks as a dictionary
  community.docker.docker_swarm_service:
    name: myservice
    image: alpine:edge
    networks:
      - name: "mynetwork"
        aliases:
          - "mynetwork_alias"
        options:
          foo: bar

- name: Set secrets
  community.docker.docker_swarm_service:
    name: myservice
    image: alpine:edge
    secrets:
      - secret_name: mysecret_name
        filename: "/run/secrets/secret.txt"

- name: Start service with healthcheck
  community.docker.docker_swarm_service:
    name: myservice
    image: nginx:1.13
    healthcheck:
      # Check if nginx server is healthy by curl'ing the server.
      # If this fails or timeouts, the healthcheck fails.
      test: ["CMD", "curl", "--fail", "http://nginx.host.com"]
      interval: 1m30s
      timeout: 10s
      retries: 3
      start_period: 30s

- name: Configure service resources
  community.docker.docker_swarm_service:
    name: myservice
    image: alpine:edge
    reservations:
      cpus: 0.25
      memory: 20M
    limits:
      cpus: 0.50
      memory: 50M

- name: Remove service
  community.docker.docker_swarm_service:
    name: myservice
    state: absent

Return Values

Common return values are documented here, the following are the fields unique to this module:

Key

Description

changes

list / elements=string

List of changed service attributes if a service has been altered, [] otherwise.

Returned: always

Sample: [“container_labels”, “replicas”]

rebuilt

boolean

True if the service has been recreated (removed and created)

Returned: always

Sample: true

swarm_service

dictionary

Dictionary of variables representing the current state of the service. Matches the module parameters format.

Note that facts are not part of registered vars but accessible directly.

Note that before Ansible 2.7.9, the return variable was documented as ansible_swarm_service, while the module actually returned a variable called ansible_docker_service. The variable was renamed to swarm_service in both code and documentation for Ansible 2.7.9 and Ansible 2.8.0. In Ansible 2.7.x, the old name ansible_docker_service can still be used.

Returned: always

Sample: “{ \”args\”: [ \”3600\” ], \”cap_add\”: null, \”cap_drop\”: [ \”ALL\” ], \”command\”: [ \”sleep\” ], \”configs\”: null, \”constraints\”: [ \”node.role == manager\”, \”engine.labels.operatingsystem == ubuntu 14.04\” ], \”container_labels\”: null, \”dns\”: null, \”dns_options\”: null, \”dns_search\”: null, \”endpoint_mode\”: null, \”env\”: [ \”ENVVAR1=envvar1\”, \”ENVVAR2=envvar2\” ], \”force_update\”: null, \”groups\”: null, \”healthcheck\”: { \”interval\”: 90000000000, \”retries\”: 3, \”start_period\”: 30000000000, \”test\”: [ \”CMD\”, \”curl\”, \”–fail\”, \”http://nginx.host.com\” ], \”timeout\”: 10000000000 }, \”healthcheck_disabled\”: false, \”hostname\”: null, \”hosts\”: null, \”image\”: \”alpine:latest@sha256:b3dbf31b77fd99d9c08f780ce6f5282aba076d70a513a8be859d8d3a4d0c92b8\”, \”labels\”: { \”com.example.department\”: \”Finance\”, \”com.example.description\”: \”Accounting webapp\” }, \”limit_cpu\”: 0.5, \”limit_memory\”: 52428800, \”log_driver\”: \”fluentd\”, \”log_driver_options\”: { \”fluentd-address\”: \”127.0.0.1:24224\”, \”fluentd-async-connect\”: \”true\”, \”tag\”: \”myservice\” }, \”mode\”: \”replicated\”, \”mounts\”: [ { \”readonly\”: false, \”source\”: \”/tmp/\”, \”target\”: \”/remote_tmp/\”, \”type\”: \”bind\”, \”labels\”: null, \”propagation\”: null, \”no_copy\”: null, \”driver_config\”: null, \”tmpfs_size\”: null, \”tmpfs_mode\”: null } ], \”networks\”: null, \”placement_preferences\”: [ { \”spread\”: \”node.labels.mylabel\” } ], \”publish\”: null, \”read_only\”: null, \”replicas\”: 1, \”replicas_max_per_node\”: 1, \”reserve_cpu\”: 0.25, \”reserve_memory\”: 20971520, \”restart_policy\”: \”on-failure\”, \”restart_policy_attempts\”: 3, \”restart_policy_delay\”: 5000000000, \”restart_policy_window\”: 120000000000, \”secrets\”: null, \”stop_grace_period\”: null, \”stop_signal\”: null, \”tty\”: null, \”update_delay\”: 10000000000, \”update_failure_action\”: null, \”update_max_failure_ratio\”: null, \”update_monitor\”: null, \”update_order\”: \”stop-first\”, \”update_parallelism\”: 2, \”user\”: null, \”working_dir\”: null }”

Authors

  • Dario Zanzico (@dariko)

  • Jason Witkowski (@jwitko)

  • Hannes Ljungberg (@hannseman)

  • Piotr Wojciechowski (@wojciechowskipiotr)