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Deprecate Kubernetes v1.10 in ekcstl #1026

kalbir opened this issue Jul 17, 2019 · 0 comments · Fixed by #1029


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commented Jul 17, 2019

Why do you want this feature?
AWS are deprecating support for Kubernetes 1.10 in EKS on 22nd July. From that date on users should not be able to create a 1.10 cluster with eksctl.

What feature/behavior/change do you want?

Version 1.10 is not the default, so it has to be supplied by the user from a flag. So we should give an error message when someone provides that flag. At the moment for an unsupported version we do:

$ eksctl create cluster --version=1.8
[ℹ]  using region us-west-2
[✖]  invalid version, supported values: 1.10, 1.11, 1.12

I think given that this was support and has been deprecated, we should do something like the following:

$ eksctl create cluster --version=1.10
[✖] From 22nd July 2019 EKS no longer supports Kubernetes version 1.10. See for more information. 

@kalbir kalbir added the kind/feature label Jul 17, 2019

@kalbir kalbir changed the title Deprecate Kubernetes 1.10 in ekcstl Deprecate Kubernetes v1.10 in ekcstl Jul 17, 2019

@kalbir kalbir added this to Coming soon in eksctl roadmap Jul 17, 2019

@gemagomez gemagomez referenced this issue Jul 17, 2019
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@errordeveloper errordeveloper added this to the 0.2.0 milestone Jul 17, 2019

@kalbir kalbir moved this from Coming soon to Shipped in eksctl roadmap Aug 15, 2019

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