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November 5, 2019
Kubernetes integration v1.10.2

Notes

Follow standard procedures to install or update the New Relic integration for Kubernetes.

Changelog

Changed: The integration now uses the Infrastructure agent v1.5.75. For more information, please refer to the Infrastructure agent release notes between versions v1.5.31 and v1.5.75.

October 25, 2019
Kubernetes integration v1.10.1

Notes

Follow standard procedures to install or update the New Relic integration for Kubernetes.

Changelog

Changed: The integration reverts to the Infrastructure agent v1.5.31, because there were some issues, like clusters not showing in the New Relic entity list UI, caused by use of agent version v1.5.51.

October 17, 2019
Kubernetes integration v1.10.0

Notes

Follow standard procedures to install or update the New Relic integration for Kubernetes.

Changelog

Added: Node labels are now retrieved from the Kubernetes API and added to the K8sNodeSample. They can now be selected in the Narrow Down Entities section of the infrastructure alerts page to filter entities when using the K8sNodeSample, and can also be used on any NRQL statement when querying the K8sNodeSample. Ex:

FROM K8sNodeSample SELECT average(cpuUsedCoreMilliseconds) WHERE `label.kubernetes.io/role` = 'master'

By default, Information retrieved from the Kubernetes API is cached for 5 minutes. The cache time can be changed with the API_SERVER_CACHE_TTL environment variable.

Changed: The integration now uses the Infrastructure Agent v1.5.51. For more information, please refer to the infrastructure agent release notes between versions v1.5.31 and v1.5.51.

August 28, 2019
Kubernetes integration v1.9.5

Notes

Follow standard procedures to install or update the New Relic integration for Kubernetes.

Changelog

  • Changed: The integration now uses the Infrastructure Agent v1.5.31. The biggest changes were major improvements to logging and to the StorageSampler. For more information, please refer to the infrastructure agent release notes between versions v1.3.18 and v1.5.31.

August 21, 2019
August 1, 2019
Kubernetes integration v1.9.3

Notes

Follow standard procedures to install or update the New Relic integration for Kubernetes.

Changelog

  • Added: Support for discovering KSMs when running with the label app.kubernetes.io/name. This should fix problems discovering KSM when deploying recent versions of their Helm chart.

June 13, 2019
Kubernetes integration v1.9.2

Notes

Follow standard procedures to install or update the New Relic integration for Kubernetes.

Changelog

  • Fixed: The Docker image has been rebuilt to fix this issue: moby/moby#35443.

June 5, 2019
Kubernetes integration v1.9.1

Notes

Follow standard procedures to install or update the New Relic integration for Kubernetes.

Changelog

  • Fixed: The unprivileged version of Kubernetes integration was running as root after a restart of the container due to kubernetes/kubernetes#78308.
  • Fixed: Autodiscovery cache directory permissions got changed from 644 to 744 in order to let the nri-agent user write inside. This change was necessary to release an unprivileged version of the Kubernetes integration.

May 15, 2019
Kubernetes integration v1.9.0

Notes

Follow standard procedures to install or update the New Relic integration for Kubernetes.

Changelog

  • Changed: The integration now uses the Infrastructure agent v1.3.18 instead of 1.1.14. For more information about all changes in this update, see the Infrastructure agent release notes.

April 15, 2019
Kubernetes integration v1.8.0

Notes

Follow standard procedures to install or update the New Relic integration for Kubernetes.

Changelog

  • Added: The integration reports the name of the cluster as Infrastructure inventory.
  • Added: The integration reports a new event type K8sClusterSample. At this moment, these events contain only the cluster name as an attribute.

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