Asynchronous (AsyncIO) client library for the Kubernetes API.
This library is created in the same way as official https://github.com/kubernetes-client/python but uses asynchronous version of OpenAPI Generator. My motivation is described here: https://github.com/kubernetes-client/python/pull/324
From PyPi directly:
pip install kubernetes_asyncio
It requires Python 3.6+
Starting from v9.0.0 OpenAPI generator is used to generate code instead of swagger-codegen. This change should be transparent from the client point of view.
To list all pods:
import asyncio from kubernetes_asyncio import client, config from kubernetes_asyncio.client.api_client import ApiClient async def main(): # Configs can be set in Configuration class directly or using helper # utility. If no argument provided, the config will be loaded from # default location. await config.load_kube_config() # use the context manager to close http sessions automatically async with ApiClient() as api: v1 = client.CoreV1Api(api) print("Listing pods with their IPs:") ret = await v1.list_pod_for_all_namespaces() for i in ret.items: print(i.status.pod_ip, i.metadata.namespace, i.metadata.name) if __name__ == '__main__': loop = asyncio.get_event_loop() loop.run_until_complete(main()) loop.close()
More complicated examples, like asynchronous multiple watch or tail logs from pods,
you can find in
This library is generated in the same way as the official Kubernetes Python Library. It uses swagger-codegen and the same concepts like streaming, watching or reading configuration. Because of an early stage of this library some differences still exist:
|synchronous library kubernetes-client/python||this library|
|authentication method||gcp-token, azure-token, user-token, oidc-token, user-password, in-cluster||gcp-token (only via gcloud command), user-token, oidc-token, user-password, in-cluster|
|streaming data via websocket from PODs||bidirectional||read-only is already implemented|
This library is versioned in the same way as the synchronous library. The scehma version has been changed with version v18.20.0. Now, first two numbers from version are Kubernetes version (v.1.18.20). The last number is for changes in the library not directly connected with K8s.
Install the development packages:
pip install -r requirements.txt pip install -r test-requirements.txt
You can run the style checks and tests with
flake8 kubernetes_asyncio/ isort --diff kubernetes_asyncio/ nosetests