The default operating system for MetaKube clusters is Ubuntu. You can also create clusters with CoreOS Container Linux. We provide images for the latest tested release of all operating systems.
You can also upload and use your own images, though you need to ensure that you are using an image with a supported version of the correct operating systems (see below).
For more information on supported images and how to upload your own see the SysEleven Stack documentation.
|Name and Version||SSH username|
|Ubuntu Bionic 18.04||ubuntu|
The timezone on all provided images is UTC. If you want to set a different timezone you have to use your own image, though using UTC is generally recommended to not run into problems with daylight saving times.
On CoreOS Container Linux updates are applied automatically (though this can be disabled when creating a NodeDeployment). For more information see CoreOS Update Philosophy.
If an update requires a reboot of the node, MetaKube will drain the node and reboot it after all Pods have been rescheduled. It is also ensured that only one node is rebooted at a time. By default this can happen at any point in time. Optionally you can configure a time window where these reboots occur.
This is possible either in the "Settings" step of the cluster creation wizard
or for an existing cluster, in the "Edit cluster" dialog.