Kubernetes Endpoints with TTL

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I have a Kubernetes service without a selector. I want to manually manage the Endpoints by having the endpoint servers register themselves.

Is there a way to specify a TTL for Endpoints when I POST them to the Kubernetes API server, so that they will timeout and be deleted automatically if my endpoint server terminates and stops heartbeating?
Aug 27, 2018 in Kubernetes by lina
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Follow these steps:

  1. add an annotation to each object that you want to have a TTL. The annotation can say when it should expire. You can pick the name and format of this annotation.
  2. update the annotation each time you update the object.
  3. run another process that repeatedly lists all the objects of a given type and deletes ones that need to expire

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answered Aug 27, 2018 by Kalgi
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