Kubernetes v1.11.8 releases, container cluster management system

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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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Changelog v1.11.8

  • fix smb remount issue on Windows (#73661@andyzhangx)
  • kube-apiserver: a request body of a CREATE/UPDATE/PATCH/DELETE resource operation larger than 100 MB will return a 413 “request entity too large” error. (#73805@caesarxuchao)
    • Custom apiservers built with the latest apiserver library will have the 100MB limit on the body of resource requests as well. The limit can be altered via ServerRunOptions.MaxRequestBodyBytes.
    • The body size limit does not apply to subresources like pods/proxy that proxy request content to another server.
  • The apiserver, including both the kube-apiserver and apiservers built with the generic apiserver library, will now return 413 RequestEntityTooLarge error if a json patch contains more than 10,000 operations. (#74000@caesarxuchao)
  • Update Cluster Autoscaler to version 1.3.7. (#74136@jkaniuk)
  • Fix watch to not send the same set of events multiple times causing watcher to go back in time (#73845@wojtek-t)
  • fixes an error processing watch events when running skewed apiservers (#73482@liggitt)
  • MAC Address filter has been fixed in vSphere Cloud Provider, it no longer ignores 00:1c:14 and 00:05:69 prefixes (#73721@frapposelli)
  • add goroutine to move unschedulable pods to activeq if they are not retried for more than 1 minute (#72558@denkensk)
  • Scale max-inflight limits together with master VM sizes. (#73268@wojtek-t)
  • Update to go1.10.8 (#73379@cblecker)