Hotfix releases follow an accelerated rollout schedule - this release should be in all regions by 12am PST 2019-02-13
- Kubernetes 1.12.5, 1.11.7 released (1.8 is deprecated)
- This release mitigates CVE-2019-5736 for Azure Kubernetes Service (see below).
- Please note that GPU-based nodes do not support the new container runtime yet. We will provide another service update once a fix is available for those nodes.
CVE-2019-5736 notes and mitigation
Microsoft has built a new version of the Moby container runtime that includes the OCI update to address this vulnerability. In order to consume the updated container runtime release, you will need to upgrade your Kubernetes cluster.
Any upgrade will suffice as it will ensure that all existing nodes are removed and replaced with new nodes that include the patched runtime. You can see the upgrade paths/versions available to you by running the following command with the Azure CLI:
az aks get-upgrades -n myClusterName -g myResourceGroup
To upgrade to a given version, run the following command:
az aks upgrade -n myClusterName -g myResourceGroup -k <new Kubernetes version>
You can also upgrade from the Azure portal.
When the upgrade is complete, you can verify that you are patched by running the following command:
kubectl get nodes -o wide
If all of the nodes list docker://3.0.4 in the Container Runtime column, you have successfully upgraded to the new release.