This section outlines new features and enhancements introduced in the Mirantis Container Cloud release 2.22.0. For the list of enhancements in the Cluster release 11.6.0 that is introduced by the Container Cloud release 2.22.0, see the Cluster releases (managed).
The ‘rebootRequired’ notification in the baremetal-based machine status
Custom network configuration for managed clusters based on Equinix Metal with private networking
Custom TLS certificates for the StackLight ‘iam-proxy’ endpoints
Extended logging format for essential management cluster components
The ‘rebootRequired’ notification in the baremetal-based machine status¶
rebootRequired field to the status of a
Machine object for
the bare metal provider. This field indicates whether a manual host reboot
is required to complete the Ubuntu operating system updates, if any.
You can view this notification either using the Container Cloud API or web UI:
Web UI: the One or more machines require a reboot notification on the Clusters and Machines pages
For MOSK-based deployments, the feature support will become available in one of the following Container Cloud releases.
Custom network configuration for managed clusters based on Equinix Metal with private networking¶
Implemented the ability to configure advanced network settings on managed
clusters that are based on Equinix Metal with private networking. Using the
custom parameter in the
Cluster object, you can customize network configuration for the cluster
machines. The feature comprises usage of dedicated
L2Template objects that contain necessary configuration for cluster
Custom TLS certificates for the StackLight ‘iam-proxy’ endpoints¶
Implemented the ability to set up custom TLS certificates for the following
iam-proxy endpoints on any type of Container Cloud clusters:
Cluster deployment and update history objects¶
Implemented the following Container Cloud objects describing the history of a cluster and machine deployment and update:
Using these objects, you can inspect cluster and machine deployment and update stages, their time stamps, statuses, and failure messages, if any. In the Container Cloud web UI, use the History option located under the More action icon of a cluster and machine.
For existing clusters, these objects become available after the management cluster upgrade to Container Cloud 2.22.0.
Extended logging format for essential management cluster components¶
Extended the logging format for the
storage-discovery, and all supported
of a management cluster. Now, log records for these services contain
the following entries:
level:<debug,info,warn,error,panic>, ts:<YYYY-MM-DDTHH:mm:ssZ>, logger:<providerType>.<objectName>.req:<requestID>, caller:<lineOfCode>, msg:<message>, error:<errorMessage>, stacktrace:<codeInfo>