It’s Kubecon Week! And there’s a ton of Kubernetes community sessions scheduled. See the end of LWKD for a full list.
Security Advisory: contributor Qin Ping found a way for unauthorized users to crash your backups via VolumeSnapshot. Fix this by either restricting access to the snapshot storage API, or by upgrading to snapshot-controller v3.0.2.
Please share your feedback on how the Triage Workflow changes are working for you.
Next Deadline: Docs ready by Nov. 23
We are in Code Freeze, so hopefully you got your PRs in – 45 enhancements made it. Aside from the conference, you should be focused entirely on fixing test failures and finishing up docs. Have those ready to review by Nov. 23, and to merge by (postponed) Dec. 2.
/metrics/resourcesendpoint for pods, including CPU and Memory metrics, lets you check what your pods are actually consuming
requestAbortsTotal, vSphere version, Node Authorizer load
WindowsContainerResourcesto the CRI API
service.spec.topologyKeys; who knew?
Accept-Encodingheader removed from HTTP readiness probes
kubelet_runtime_operations_secondsfor monitoring slow pulls
discovery.k8s.io/v1alpha1API is deprecated, all in one PR, whew!
The following sessions are given by SIGs, WGs, or other community groups inside kubernetes:
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