Issue with latest release of AppVeyor (unsupported docker version: 18.09.0)

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AV

02 Jan, 2019 09:51 PM

Hi:
We are observing this issue after the Dec 26th release of AppVeyor.

We get an error "unsupported docker version: 18.09.0" error when minikube is being installed as a part of the AppVeyor config.

Within our appveyor.yml we have to set `image: Previous Ubuntu` which points to the November 14th release

I am enclosing a portion of the appveyor.yml config file. Please provide feedback ASAP as it blocking our PR approval process.

image: Previous Ubuntu

# Only run tests on master for pull-requests
branches:
  only:
    - master

environment:
  # Disables PowerShell in Linux builds
  APPVEYOR_YML_DISABLE_PS_LINUX: "true"

  MINIKUBE_VERSION: "0.30.0"
  KUBECTL_VERSION: "1.10.10"
  HELM_VERSION: "2.11.0"

  1. Support Staff 1 Posted by Owen McDonnell on 02 Jan, 2019 11:26 PM

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    Looks like this is expected.
    I assume you mean that you get this error when pointing to the November release and not that using previous release is a workaround?

  2. 2 Posted by AV on 03 Jan, 2019 12:42 AM

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    Yes I get this error since I am pointing to the November release (since the Dec release came out). Prior to the Dec release (image: Previous Ubuntu) was pointing to the September release. I am not sure how to now point to the September release again which would be the workaround I think.

  3. Support Staff 3 Posted by Owen McDonnell on 03 Jan, 2019 06:35 AM

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    Yes, when image gets updated current image becomes previous and previous is decommissioned.

    What if you try to roll back the docker version in init: stage? This looks like a promising guide.

  4. Ilya Finkelshteyn closed this discussion on 05 Mar, 2019 09:00 PM.

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