Kubernetes is an open-source system for managing containerized applications across multiple hosts; providing basic mechanisms for deployment, maintenance, and scaling of applications.
Kubernetes builds upon a decade and a half of experience at Google running production workloads at scale using a system called Borg, combined with best-of-breed ideas and practices from the community.
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Bug or Regression
- Fix Azure file share not deleted issue when the namespace is deleted (#97417, @andyzhangx) [SIG Cloud Provider and Storage]
- Fix counting error in service/nodeport/loadbalancer quota check (#97826, @pacoxu) [SIG API Machinery and Network]
- Fix missing cadvisor machine metrics. (#97006, @lingsamuel) [SIG Node]
- Fix: azure file latency issue for metadata-heavy workloads (#97082, @andyzhangx) [SIG Cloud Provider and Storage]
- Fixed bug in CPUManager with race on container map access (#97427, @klueska) [SIG Node]
- GCE Internal LoadBalancer sync loop will now release the ILB IP address upon sync failure. An error in ILB forwarding rule creation will no longer leak IP addresses. (#97740, @prameshj) [SIG Cloud Provider and Network]
- Kubeadm: avoid detection of the container runtime for commands that do not need it (#97847, @pacoxu) [SIG Cluster Lifecycle]
- Performance regresssion #97685 has been fixed. (#97860, @MikeSpreitzer) [SIG API Machinery]
- Use network.Interface.VirtualMachine.ID to get the binded VM Skip standalone VM when reconciling LoadBalancer (#97639, @nilo19) [SIG Cloud Provider]