Known issues

MKE 3.6.5 known issues with available workaround solutions include:

[MKE-9699] Ingress controller with external load balancer can enter crashloop


MKE-9699 was appended to the MKE 3.6.5 release notes on 2023-07-21.

Rapid toggling of the ingress controller with an external load balancer in use can cause the resource to become stuck in a crashloop. This known issue is an upstream issue:


  1. Log in to the MKE web UI as an administrator.

  2. In the left-side navigation panel, navigate to <user name> > :guilabel:`Admin Settings > Ingress.

  3. Click the Kubernetes tab to display the HTTP Ingress Controller for Kubernetes pane.

  4. Toggle the HTTP Ingress Controller for Kubernetes enabled control to the left to disable the ingress controller.

  5. Use the CLI to delete the Ingress Controller resources:

    kubectl delete service ingress-nginx-controller-admission --namespace ingress-nginx
    kubectl delete deployment ingress-nginx-controller --namespace
  6. Verify the successful deletion of the resources:

    kubectl get all --namespace ingress-nginx

    Example output:

    No resources found in ingress-nginx namespace.
  7. Return to the HTTP Ingress Controller for Kubernetes pane in the MKE web UI and change the nodeport numbers for HTTP Port, HTTPS Port and TCP Port.

  8. Toggle the HTTP Ingress Controller for Kubernetes enabled control to the right to re-enable the ingress controller.

[MKE-9358] cgroup v2 (unsupported) is enabled in RHEL 9.0 by default

As MKE does not support cgroup v2 on Linux platforms, RHEL 9.0 users will be unable to use the software due to cgroup v2 default enablement.

As a workaround, RHEL 9.0 users must disable cgroup v2.

[MKE-8914] Windows Server Core with Containers images incompatible with GCP

The use of Windows ServerCore with Containers images will prevent kubelet from starting up, as these images are not compatible with GCP.

As a workaround, use Windows Server or Windows Server Core images.

[MKE-8814] Mismatched MTU values cause Swarm overlay network issues on GCP

Communication between GCP VPCs and Docker networks that use Swarm overlay networks will fail if their MTU values are not manually aligned. By default, the MTU value for GCP VPCs is 1460, while the default MTU value for Docker networks is 1500.


Select from the following options:

  • Create a new VPC and set the MTU value to 1500.

  • Set the MTU value of the existing VPC to 1500.

For more information, refer to the Google Cloud Platform documentation, Change the MTU setting of a VPC network.