gcsupload

gcsupload uploads artifacts to cloud storage at a path resolved from the job configuration.

gcsupload can be configured by either passing in flags or by specifying a full set of options as JSON in the $GCSUPLOAD_OPTIONS environment variable, which has the following form:

{
    "bucket": "kubernetes-jenkins",
    "sub_dir": "",
    "items": [
        "/logs/artifacts/"
    ],
    "path_strategy": "legacy",
    "default_org": "kubernetes",
    "default_repo": "kubernetes",
    "gcs_credentials_file": "/secrets/gcs/service-account.json",
    "dry_run": "false"
}

In addition to this configuration for the tool, the $JOB_SPEC environment variable should be present to provide the contents of the Prow downward API for jobs. This data is used to resolve the exact location in GCS to which artifacts and logs will be pushed.

The path strategy field can be one of "legacy", "single", and "explicit". This field determines how the organization and repository of the code under test is encoded into the GCS path for the test artifacts:

Strategy Encoding
"legacy" "" for the default org and repo, "org" for non-default repos in the default org, "org_repo" for repos in other orgs.
"single" "" for the default org and repo, "org_repo" for all other repos.
"explicit" "org_repo" for all repos.

For historical reasons, the "legacy" or "single" strategies may already be in use for some; however, for new deployments it is strongly advised to use the "explicit" strategy.


Last modified December 1, 2022: Organize Legacy Snapshot docs (#26) (9ce71a0a9)