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kube-proxy is broken by iptables 1.6.1 -> 1.6.2 #35544

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srhb opened this Issue Feb 25, 2018 · 2 comments

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srhb commented Feb 25, 2018

Issue description

This is mostly a reminder to follow up on what upstream decides to do.

Since iptables 1.6.2, iptables-restore fails instead of ignoring erroneous arguments, specifically -w5 which kube-proxy has been (erroneously) using instead of -w 5. This causes its firewall rules to fail along with k8s networking in general.

kubernetes/kubernetes#58956

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Run eg. the dns.multinode test.

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srhb commented Mar 9, 2018

More tracking links:

kubernetes/kubernetes#60133

I might go ahead and patch this or include an older iptables-restore with kube-proxy if this doesn't get resolved upstream in time for 18.03

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cstrahan commented Mar 17, 2018

Resolved in #36739.

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