In this release, we focus primarily on fixing bugs and improving stability.
- The dashboard has an improved & faster page-loading experience for all the tables.
- The CommandK services now run as a non-root user, restricting access only to what’s needed to run CommandK.
- Communication with the AWS Secret Manager is optimized, reducing the number of API calls to the Secret Manager.
1. We fixed a minor bug that incorrectly displayed the user’s name.
Steps to update
You can run the following command to upgrade to the latest version:
helm repo update && helm upgrade commandk commandk/commandk - values <values-file> - namespace <commandk-namespace> - version v0.0.42
The newest tag for this release is:
To troubleshoot the upgrade, please follow the FAQ document provided at https://commandk-dev.slab.com/posts/command-k-kubernetes-operator-installation-fa-qs-hp7n4klj. If you run into any issues, please get in touch with the CommandK team on your Slack connect channel.