To upgrade Cloudflow after a new release use the Helm upgrade command.
To upgrade Cloudflow in your cluster to the latest version run
helm upgrade cloudflow cloudflow-helm-charts/cloudflow \ --namespace cloudflow \ --set cloudflow_operator.persistentStorageClass=nfs \ --set kafkaClusters.default.bootstrapServers=cloudflow-strimzi-kafka-bootstrap.cloudflow:9092
Version 2.0.11 introduces the named Kafka clusters feature, which changes how the Kafka bootstrapServers are configured.
When migrating from 2.0.10 to 2.0.11 it is important to not use
To upgrade Cloudflow to a specific version, add the --version flag. For example:
helm upgrade cloudflow cloudflow-helm-charts/cloudflow \ --namespace cloudflow \ --set cloudflow_operator.persistentStorageClass=nfs \ --version="2.0.11" \ --set kafkaClusters.default.bootstrapServers=cloudflow-strimzi-kafka-bootstrap.cloudflow:9092
Cloudflow 2.0.11 introduces a new setting for the default kafkaClusters, please make sure that this is set to the Kafka bootstrap servers that you currently use, as shown in the above example.
|A typical upgrade of Cloudflow does not affect the running Cloudflow applications. However, always check the release notes to be sure there are no breaking changes.|