A fully qualified object name is formatted as
Namespaces allow users to create objects with the same name in different naming spaces.
Namespace names must conform to RFC952:
- only alphanum characters or dash
- start with an alpha
- end with an alphanum
svcA service, with a mix of ip, app, container, volume, disk, fs and task resources.
volA data volume from a pool, with a mix of volume, disk and fs resources.
cfgA configuration map, storing unencrypted key/value pairs for use by other kinded objects.
secA secret, storing encrypted key/value pairs for use by other kinded objects.
ccfgThe special kind for the cluster configuration object.
Names must conform to RFC952, with a tolerance for dots.
A name must be unique in its namespace and kind.