Changelog

Changelog for DC/OS Kubernetes

Version 2.3.0-1.14.1

Changelog since 2.2.2-1.13.5

Improvements

  • Kubernetes 1.14.1
  • Docker 18.09.4
  • Calico 3.5.4
  • CoreDNS v1.4.0
  • Enable Pod Priority scheduling and preemption
  • Allow for defining the maximum amount of disk space taken by pods’ containers’ log files (defaults to 1MB). The default can be overriden by setting the kubernetes.maximum_container_log_size configuration option.

Documentation

Changelog since 2.2.1-1.13.4

Improvements

  • Kubernetes v1.13.5
  • Expose the Kubernetes controller manager secure port to access metrics with authentication and authorization, and disable the localhost insecure port.
  • Expose the scheduler secure port to access metrics with authentication and authorization, and disable the localhost insecure port.
  • Improve security of kubelet unauthenticated healthz endpoint by only binding to localhost.
  • Improve security of kube-proxy unauthenticated healthz endpoint by only binding to localhost.
  • Enable unauthenticated etcd /metrics endpoint on port 2381 by default. Available using DCOS VIP http://etcd-N-peer.${KUBERNETES_CLUSTER_NAME}.autoip.dcos.thisdcos.directory:2381/metrics where N is the task instance index.

Changelog since 2.2.0-1.13.3

Improvements

  • Kubernetes v1.13.4
  • Docker v18.09.3
  • Calico v3.5.2
  • Support for Mesos pre-reserved roles for etcd, control-plane, public-node and private-node, and placement rules for etcd.
  • Modify how etcd placement constraints are defined, there is now a separate etcd.placement option. For backwards compatibility, if it’s left empty the value from kubernetes.control_plane_placement will be used.

Bug Fixes

  • Fix a bug where sometimes Kubernetes workloads running on public agents would not have access to Kubernetes workloads running on private agents.
  • Fix a bug where using --path-to-custom-ca in dcos kubernetes cluster kubeconfig resulted in an improperly encoded certificate-authority-data in the generated kubeconfig file.

Documentation

  • Fix the etcd snapshotting instructions.
  • Add section Mesos Roles to Advanced Installation page.

Version 2.2.0-1.13.3

Changelog since 2.1.1-1.12.5

Improvements

  • Kubernetes v1.13.3
  • dcos-commons v0.55.4
  • CoreDNS v1.3.1
  • Enable CSI features required for CSI integration.
  • Automate the task replacement when a DC/OS agent is decommissioned.
  • Allow changing automated DC/OS proxy configuration into Kubernetes cluster tasks.

Bug Fixes

  • Fix a bug where providing --aws-session-token for cluster backup and cluster restore commands did not actually work.
  • Fix a bug affecting clusters in which the Kubernetes service CIDR or Calico network CIDR overlapped with Docker’s default bridge network by disabling the bridge.

Documentation

  • Add a Storage page documenting Container Storage Interface (CSI).

Version 2.1.1-1.12.5

Changelog since 2.1.0-1.12.3

Improvements

  • dcos-commons v0.55.0
  • Kubernetes v1.12.5
  • Docker v18.09.1
  • Kubernetes Dashboard v1.10.1
  • Enable local-dns-dispatcher in control plane tasks.

Bug Fixes

  • Fix a bug that might cause pods that have resource limits crash on RHEL based systems. The issue is related to Linux kmem accounting turned-on by default by runc. We now turn-off kmem accounting on RHEL-based systems, and on these systems alone. No user intervention is needed, however all of Kubernetes cluster tasks will be replaced, which may cause some downtime.

Version 2.1.0-1.12.3

Changelog since 2.0.1-1.12.2

Improvements

  • dcos-commons v0.54.3
  • Kubernetes v1.12.3
  • CoreDNS v1.2.6
  • Calico v3.2.4
  • Enable --peer-client-cert-auth for etcd. When set, etcd will check all incoming peer requests from the cluster for valid client certificates signed by the supplied CA.
  • Enable the selection of the desired region where to deploy the Kubernetes cluster.
  • Add the new flag --force in the cluster update command to force the update of the cluster configuration.
  • Support relative paths in --path-to-custom-ca for cluster kubeconfig command, e.g. --path-to-custom-ca=./my-custom-ca.pem.
  • Move the validation of the service configuration to the Mesosphere Kubernetes Engine.
  • Enable --aws-session-token for cluster backup and cluster restore commands. The AWS session token can now be used as part of the AWS credentials.
  • Increase the number of retries an etcd task will perform during installation to resolve its own DNS name. This should prevent etcd tasks from getting stuck in a retry loop on larger clusters.

Bug Fixes

  • Fix a bug that might cause segfault when running dcos kubernetes cluster kubeconfig.

Documentation

  • Documentation section on how to upgrade the kubernetes package.

Version 2.0.1-1.12.2

Changelog since 2.0.0-1.12.1

Improvements

  • dcos-commons v0.54.2.
  • Kubernetes v1.12.2

Bug Fixes

  • Fix a bug affecting use of private Docker registries.

Documentation


Version 2.0.0-1.12.1

Changelog since 1.x

Improvements

  • Kubernetes v1.12.1 and other components’ version changes.
  • Enable high density deployments of multiple Kubernetes clusters on DC/OS.
  • Replace kube-apiserver, kube-controller-manager and kube-scheduler tasks with static pods in a new task kube-control-plane.
  • Replace kube-proxy and coredns tasks with static pods, and rename coredns to local-dns-dispatcher.
  • Replace cluster DNS kube-dns deployment with coredns and prevent co-location of these pods.
  • Add the priorityClassName field to critical system pods.
  • The Kubernetes Dashboard is now secured using HTTPS and will now show the login view when accessed.
  • Use a dedicated RBAC role for the kubelet-resource-watchdog.
  • Add options to enable Calico’s Typha.
  • Public Kubernetes nodes now reserve ports 80 and 443 of the underlying public DC/OS agent to help prevent issues with port binding, and to making them available for Ingress.
  • Installation and package options upgrades are now faster.
  • Scaling up a cluster is now performed in parallel and therefore faster. Scaling down a cluster is still performed serially to ensure workload stability while decommissioning Kubernetes nodes.

Bug Fixes

  • Fix a bug that might cause kube-node and kube-node-public tasks to freeze in the STARTED state, causing installations or upgrades to stop indefinitely.
  • Fix a bug that could forever fail to run public Kubernetes node tasks.
  • Fix a bug affecting node decommission that could cause Kubernetes apps temporary downtime.

Documentation