k8s.gcr.io/etcd docker image
Provides docker images containing etcd and etcdctl binaries for multiple etcd version as well as a migration operator utility for upgrading and downgrading etcd--it's data directory in particular--to a target version.
k8s.gcr.io/etcd docker image is tagged with an version string of the form
3.0.17-0. The etcd version is the
SemVer of latest etcd version available in the image. The image revision
distinguishes between docker images with the same lastest etcd version but
changes (bug fixes and backward compatible improvements) to the migration
utility bundled with the image.
In addition to the latest etcd version, each
k8s.gcr.io/etcd image contains
etcd and etcdctl binaries for older versions of etcd. These are used by the
migration operator utility when performing downgrades and multi-step upgrades,
but can also be used as the etcd target version.
/usr/local/bin/migrate (or the
/usr/local/bin/migrate-if-needed.sh wrapper script) before starting the etcd
migrate writes a
version.txt file to track the "current" version
of etcd that was used to persist data to disk. A "target" version may also be provided
TARGET_STORAGE (e.g. "etcd3") and
TARGET_VERSION (e.g. "3.3.10" )
environment variables. If the persisted version differs from the target version,
migrate-if-needed.sh will migrate the data from the current to the target
Upgrades to any target version are supported. The data will be automatically upgraded in steps to each minor version until the target version is reached.
Downgrades to the previous minor version of the 3.x series and from 3.0 to 2.3.7 are supported.
migrate will write data directory files with default permissions
according to the umask it is run with. When run in the published
k8s.gcr.io/etcd images the default umask is 0022 which will result in 0755
directory permissions and 0644 file permissions.
etcdctl binaries are downloaded from Github
to maintain official support. For other architectures,
etcd is cross-compiled
from source. Arch-specific
busybox images serve as base images.
How to release
REVSION in the
Next, build and test the image:
$ make build test
Last, build and push the docker images for all supported architectures.
# Build images for all the architecture and push the manifest image as well $ make all-push # Build images for all the architecture $ make all-build # Build image for target architecture(default=amd64) $ make build ARCH=ppc64le
If you don't want to push the images, run
make build instead