Re: Helm Chart Kubernetes Versioning


Adam Kaplan
 

Besides the capabilities object for Kubernetes versions, is there a way to decipher between Kubernetes and OpenShift versions?

I don't think Helm has any means of obtaining the OpenShift version, as this is usually obtained via the openshift CLI (`oc version`). Doesn't look like the Cababilities object only supports data on Kube and Tiller.

As an FYI OpenShift versions tend to track the underlying Kubernetes version it distributes (3.9 distributes k8s 1.9, 3.7 distributes 1.7, etc.).


On Thu, Jul 5, 2018 at 2:09 PM Matt Farina <matt@...> wrote:
> Besides the capabilities object for Kubernetes versions, is there a way to decipher between Kubernetes and OpenShift versions?

I’m not familiar enough with OpenShift to be able to know.

As CRDs, and their versions, take off I can imagine the landscape for “feature” or some other form of detection taking off.


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