This chapter describes how to configure the available Kubernetes/OpenShift versions and how to provide update paths for user clusters.
The list of selectable versions when specifying cluster name and Kubernetes version is defined in the
section in the KubermaticConfiguration CRD.
This is also where updates are configured.
The list of default versions, is shown by the CRD example linked above, but it’s recommended
to retrieve the actual list from the Kubermatic installer itself.
To print the default configuration run
kubermatic-installer print which outputs a full KubermaticConfiguration.
The structure for Kubernetes and OpenShift versions is identical. Each contains
versions (array) is a list of user-selectable versions. These must be concrete
semantic versions, wildcards or ranges are not supported.
default (string) is the default version for this cluster orchestrator, i.e. one of the
updates (array) is a list of allowed update paths for a cluster. Each update consists
of the following fields:
from(string) is a version (“v1.2.3”), a wildcard version (“v1.2.*") or version range (“v1.2.0-v1.3.0”) a cluster must match for this update to be allowed.
to(string) is a version, a wildcard version or version range that the cluster can be updated to.
automatic(bool) controls whether an update is performed immediately after applying the configuration. This is useful for force updates in case of security patch releases.
automaticNodeUpgrade(bool) controls whether worker nodes are updated as well. If this is left to its default (false), only the controlplane will be updated. When set to true, it implies
Each element of the two orchestrators can be overwritten independently, i.e. you can only override the list of allowed and default Kubernetes versions, while still relying on the default value for the update paths and all default settings for OpenShift by setting:
spec: versions: kubernetes: versions: ['1.16.0', '1.16.2'] default: '1.16.2'
It’s not possible to add or remove individual elements from the
You always have to specify the entire list in the
Edit your KubermaticConfiguration either using
kubectl edit or editing a local file and applying
kubectl apply, the KKP Operator will reconcile the setup and after a few moments
the new configuration will take effect.
Note that once you start overriding default values in your KubermaticConfiguration, you need to keep the settings up-to-date when upgrading KKP.