There was recently a Kubernetes security hole that was patched in v1.10.11 (among other versions), so I would like to upgrade to that version. I am currently on v1.10.9. However, when running the command
gcloud container get-server-config to get the list of valid node versions, v1.10.11 doesn't show up. Instead, it jumps straight from v1.10.9 to v1.11.2.
Does anyone have any idea why I cannot seem to use the usual
gcloud container clusters upgrade [CLUSTER_NAME] --cluster-version [CLUSTER_VERSION] to upgrade to this version?
Thanks in advance!
If you have Kubernetes in
v1.10.9 you should (to patch this security hole) update your GKE Cluster to
The following Kubernetes versions are now available for new clusters and for opt-in master upgrades for existing clusters: 1.9.7-gke.11, 1.10.6-gke.11, 1.10.7-gke.11, 1.10.9-gke.5, 1.11.2-gke.18
Please validate your
Scheduled master auto-upgrades option in GKE. If it's enabled your cluster masters were auto-upgraded by Google and the next possible version to update is further version so
v1.11.2, what is showing by GKE for you.