CouchbaseCollection Resource

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    CouchbaseCollection represent the finest grained size of data storage in Couchbase. Collections contain all documents and indexes in the system. Collections also form the finest grain basis for role-based access control (RBAC) and cross-datacenter replication (XDCR). In order to be considered by the Operator, every collection must be referenced by a CouchbaseScope or CouchbaseScopeGroup resource.

    The following is an example resource, depicting the overall structure and any defaults (consult the field reference for valid values for "empty" values, such as empty strings etc.):

    apiVersion: v2
    kind: CouchbaseCollection
    metadata:
      name: ""
    spec:
      maxTTL: ""
      name: ""

    couchbasecollections.apiVersion

    Constraints

    Type: string

    Description

    APIVersion defines the versioned schema of this representation of an object. Servers should convert recognized schemas to the latest internal value, and may reject unrecognized values. More info: https://git.k8s.io/community/contributors/devel/sig-architecture/api-conventions.md#resources.

    couchbasecollections.kind

    Constraints

    Type: string

    Description

    Kind is a string value representing the REST resource this object represents. Servers may infer this from the endpoint the client submits requests to. Cannot be updated. In CamelCase. More info: https://git.k8s.io/community/contributors/devel/sig-architecture/api-conventions.md#types-kinds.

    couchbasecollections.metadata

    Constraints

    Required

    Type: object

    Description

    Standard object metadata as defined for all Kubernetes types.

    For additional details see the Kubernetes reference documentation.

    couchbasecollections.metadata.name

    Constraints

    Type: string

    Description

    The name of a resource. This must be unique for the kind of resource within the namespace.

    All resources must have a name. The name may be omitted and metadata.generateName used instead to generate a unique resource name.

    For additional details on resource names, see the Kubernetes reference documentation.

    couchbasecollections.metadata.namespace

    Constraints

    Type: string

    Description

    The namespace the resource resides in. All resources reside in a namespace.

    The namespace is optional and may be specified in YAML configuration to override the namespace supplied by kubectl.

    For additional details on namespaces, see the Kubernetes reference documentation.

    couchbasecollections.metadata.labels

    Constraints

    Type: map[string]string

    Description

    Labels allow resources to be labeled with key/value pairs of data. Labels are indexed and allow resources to be selected based upon specified labels.

    Labels are relevant for certain types when using label selection within your resources.

    For additional details on labels and selectors, see the Kubernetes reference documentation.

    couchbasecollections.metadata.annotations

    Constraints

    Type: map[string]string

    Description

    Annotations allow resources to be annotated with key/value pairs of data. Annotations are arbitrary, and not indexed, so cannot be used to select resources, however may be used to add context or accounting to your resources.

    For additional details on annotations, see the Kubernetes reference documentation.

    couchbasecollections.spec

    Constraints

    Type: object

    Default: {}

    Description

    Spec defines the desired state of the resource.

    couchbasecollections.spec.maxTTL

    Constraints

    Type: string

    Description

    MaxTTL defines how long a document is permitted to exist for, without modification, until it is automatically deleted. This field takes precedence over any TTL defined at the bucket level. This is a default, and maximum time-to-live and may be set to a lower value by the client. If the client specifies a higher value, then it is truncated to the maximum durability. Documents are removed by Couchbase, after they have expired, when either accessed, the expiry pager is run, or the bucket is compacted. When set to 0, then documents are not expired by default. This field must be a duration in the range 0-2147483648s, defaulting to 0. More info: https://golang.org/pkg/time/#ParseDuration.

    couchbasecollections.spec.name

    Constraints

    Type: string

    Minimum Length: 1

    Maximum Length: 251

    Pattern (Regular Expression): ^[a-zA-Z0-9\-][a-zA-Z0-9\-%_]\{0,250}$

    Description

    Name specifies the name of the collection. By default, the metadata.name is used to define the collection name, however, due to the limited character set, this field can be used to override the default and provide the full functionality. Additionally the metadata.name field is a DNS label, and thus limited to 63 characters, this field must be used if the name is longer than this limit. Collection names must be 1-251 characters in length, contain only [a-zA-Z0-9_-%] and not start with either _ or %.