I've got a cc-runtime repository from before the name change to
kata-runtime. I did a git-pull to update to the latest, and I'm now trying
to build a kata system. However, it seems that my vendor directory is now
out of sync, because the runtime and the agent are using two different
definitions of the gRPC storage protocol buffer.
I'm new to golang. How can I update my vendor directory to include the
proper code/imports? It looks like I have some stale imports that are still
pointing to the github.com/clearcontainers code instead of
Any help would be appreciated. Thanks!
Welcome to Clear Containers release 3.0.22!
For this release we have tested and update Kubernetes to the latest
stable version to 1.9.3.
The virtcontainers package was updated to point to its
new repository as part of Kata Containers project.
Now the runtime will print its stacktrace on error. Also, the
runtime configuration was updated to create containers with one
vCPU by default.
Finally, the cc-collect.sh script was updated with extra patterns
to extract specific logs records at specific log levels.
More information see full release notes:
Sorry I can't seem to get onto irc today, otherwise I'd bring this there.
I need to get a simple kubernetes + clear containers stack up and
running for evaluation. I have read the wiki regarding using CRI-O,
which leads me to CRI-O's tutorial and I get into building CNI plugins,
skopeo, etc. Is this the quickest/simplest config for getting things
I need to provide a means for other folks in my org to deploy this, so
if that's the way to go, I'll just script it the best I can. I was
hoping for something that might be simpler with less moving parts.
Thanks in advance
Welcome to Clear Containers release 3.0.20!
For this release the following changes are included:
- The runtime now checks to do not exceed the number of physical cores per VM, this fixes issues with KVM and some architectures.
- The clear containers configuration file now allows disabling block devices being used directly by the hypervisor.
- The agent and kernel versions were updated to allow support for SCSI and allow use the maximum number of CPUs.
More information check release notes: