In v1.13 webhook backends can be configured dynamically. Using webhook as an example, here’s the list of available flags.
To get the same flag for log backend, replace stages, you should account for ~200 audit events being generated each second.
The known stages are: Note: The audit logging feature increases the memory consumption of the API server because some context required for auditing is stored for each request.
I have installed the script using the root folder where all the php-fusion files resides, the “FLASHCHAT” folder is with the php-fusion files.This is because the API object serves different use cases. Currently, this feature has performance implications for the apiserver in the form of increased cpu and memory usage.The policy will continue to evolve to serve more use cases. Once the API server has determined a request should be sent to a audit sink webhook, it needs to know how to contact the webhook. Here is an example of a webhook configured to call a URL (and expects the TLS certificate to be verified using system trust roots, so does not specify a ca Bundle):. This should be nominal for a small number of sinks, and performance impact testing will be done to understand its scope before the API progresses to beta.Kubernetes auditing provides a security-relevant chronological set of records documenting the sequence of activities that have affected system by individual users, administrators or other components of the system.It allows cluster administrator to answer the following questions: Kube-apiserver performs auditing.
Assuming that there are up to 100 events in a batch, you should set throttling level at least 2 QPS. In most cases however, the default parameters should be sufficient and you don’t have to worry about setting them manually.