We are pleased to announce the release of KubeDB v2023.11.2 . This post lists all the major changes done in this release since the last release. Find the detailed changelogs HERE . Let’s see the changes done in this release.
UpdateVersion ops request
We originally added
Upgrade ops request to support database version upgrades. Later we introduced
UpdateVersion ops request and deprecated the
Upgrade ops request. The reason was that this ops request can be used to either upgrade or downgrade between minor or patch versions. In this release, we have remove the
Upgrade fields from the ops request CRD schema.
kubedb-catalog chart values
In this release we have modified the values file schema for
kubedb-catalog chart to support private registries properly.
In this release, a new command has been added to kubedb cli to support checking for alerts generated by Prometheus rules.
Examples: kubectl dba get-alerts mongodb -n demo sample-mongodb --prom-svc-name=prometheus-kube-prometheus-prometheus --prom-svc-namespace=monitoring Valid resource types include: * elasticsearch * mongodb * mariadb * mysql * postgres * redis Options: --prom-svc-name='': name of the prometheus service --prom-svc-namespace='': namespace of the prometheus service --prom-svc-port=9090: port of the prometheus service
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