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kubernetes – Manage Kubernetes resources

New in version 2.1.

DEPRECATED

Removed in Ansible:
 version: 2.9
Why:This module used the oc command line tool, where as k8s_raw goes over the REST API.
Alternative:Use k8s_raw instead.

Synopsis

  • This module can manage Kubernetes resources on an existing cluster using the Kubernetes server API. Users can specify in-line API data, or specify an existing Kubernetes YAML file.
  • Currently, this module (1) Only supports HTTP Basic Auth (2) Only supports ‘strategic merge’ for update, http://goo.gl/fCPYxT SSL certs are not working, use validate_certs=off to disable.

Parameters

Parameter Choices/Defaults Comments
api_endpoint
- / required
The IPv4 API endpoint of the Kubernetes cluster.

aliases: endpoint
certificate_authority_data
-
Certificate Authority data for Kubernetes server. Should be in either standard PEM format or base64 encoded PEM data. Note that certificate verification is broken until ansible supports a version of 'match_hostname' that can match the IP address against the CA data.
file_reference
-
Specify full path to a Kubernets YAML file to send to API endpoint. This option is mutually exclusive with 'inline_data'.
inline_data
- / required
The Kubernetes YAML data to send to the API endpoint. This option is mutually exclusive with 'file_reference'.
insecure
-
Reverts the connection to using HTTP instead of HTTPS. This option should only be used when execuing the 'kubernetes' module local to the Kubernetes cluster using the insecure local port (locahost:8080 by default).
patch_operation
-
added in 2.4
    Choices:
  • JSON Patch
  • Merge Patch
  • Strategic Merge Patch ←
Specify patch operation for Kubernetes resource update.

aliases: patch_strategy
state
- / required
    Choices:
  • absent
  • present ←
  • replace
  • update
The desired action to take on the Kubernetes data.
url_password
-
The HTTP Basic Auth password for the API endpoint. This should be set unless using the 'insecure' option.

aliases: password
url_username
-
Default:
"admin"
The HTTP Basic Auth username for the API endpoint. This should be set unless using the 'insecure' option.

aliases: username
validate_certs
boolean
    Choices:
  • no ←
  • yes
Enable/disable certificate validation. Note that this is set to false until Ansible can support IP address based certificate hostname matching (exists in >= python3.5.0).

Examples

# Create a new namespace with in-line YAML.
- name: Create a kubernetes namespace
  kubernetes:
    api_endpoint: 123.45.67.89
    url_username: admin
    url_password: redacted
    inline_data:
      kind: Namespace
      apiVersion: v1
      metadata:
        name: ansible-test
        labels:
          label_env: production
          label_ver: latest
        annotations:
          a1: value1
          a2: value2
    state: present

# Create a new namespace from a YAML file.
- name: Create a kubernetes namespace
  kubernetes:
    api_endpoint: 123.45.67.89
    url_username: admin
    url_password: redacted
    file_reference: /path/to/create_namespace.yaml
    state: present

# Do the same thing, but using the insecure localhost port
- name: Create a kubernetes namespace
  kubernetes:
    api_endpoint: 123.45.67.89
    insecure: true
    file_reference: /path/to/create_namespace.yaml
    state: present

Return Values

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

Key Returned Description
api_response
complex
success
Raw response from Kubernetes API, content varies with API.

  apiVersion
-

  kind
-

  metadata
-

  spec
-

  status
-



Status

  • This module will be removed in version 2.9. [deprecated]
  • For more information see DEPRECATED.

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