Webhook

These markers describe how webhook configuration is generated. Use these to keep the description of your webhooks close to the code that implements them.

kubebuilder:webhook
failurePolicy
string
groups
string
mutating
bool
name
string
path
string
resources
string
verbs
string
versions
string
specifies how a webhook should be served.

It specifies only the details that are intrinsic to the application serving it (e.g. the resources it can handle, or the path it serves on).

failurePolicy
string
specifies what should happen if the API server cannot reach the webhook.

It may be either “ignore“ (to skip the webhook and continue on) or “fail“ (to reject the object in question).

groups
string
specifies the API groups that this webhook receives requests for.
mutating
bool
marks this as a mutating webhook (it's validating only if false)

Mutating webhooks are allowed to change the object in their response, and are called after all validating webhooks. Mutating webhooks may choose to reject an object, similarly to a validating webhook.

name
string
indicates the name of this webhook configuration.
path
string
specifies that path that the API server should connect to this webhook on.
resources
string
specifies the API resources that this webhook receives requests for.
verbs
string
specifies the Kubernetes API verbs that this webhook receives requests for.

Only modification-like verbs may be specified. May be “create“, “update“, “delete“, “connect“, or “*“ (for all).

versions
string
specifies the API versions that this webhook receives requests for.