Package Details: k3s-bin 1.29.1+k3s2-1

Git Clone URL: https://aur.archlinux.org/k3s-bin.git (read-only, click to copy)
Package Base: k3s-bin
Description: Lightweight Kubernetes
Upstream URL: https://k3s.io
Keywords: kubernetes
Licenses: Apache
Conflicts: k3s-git
Submitter: duxet
Maintainer: galdor
Last Packager: galdor
Votes: 26
Popularity: 1.37
First Submitted: 2019-02-28 07:14 (UTC)
Last Updated: 2024-02-18 13:05 (UTC)

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galdor commented on 2024-02-18 13:06 (UTC)

Updated to 1.29.1+k3s2.

galdor commented on 2023-11-17 19:45 (UTC)

Updated to 1.28.3+k3s2.

galdor commented on 2023-08-16 08:20 (UTC)

Updated to 1.27.4+k3s1.

galdor commented on 2023-07-04 10:31 (UTC)

Updated to 1.27.3+k3s1.

galdor commented on 2023-04-30 10:06 (UTC)

Updated to 1.27.1+k3s1.

galdor commented on 2023-03-02 14:39 (UTC)

Updated to 1.26.1+k3s1.

I've kept the current location for k3s.service.env for the time being since it is not clear that there is a consensus on where this kind of file should be stored.

We can revisit this as soon as there is more information on the subject.

nogweii commented on 2023-03-01 05:15 (UTC)

I believe the directory /etc/default is a relic of Debian history and Arch's importing of it. (RedHat & derivatives have a similar concept but call the folder /etc/sysconfig.) Before systemd, those sort of environment files used by rc.d scripts were put underneath /etc/conf.d/. But with the transition to systemd, that folder was removed.

However, it seems that the Arch packaging team is a inconsistent with which choice to use: Both /etc/conf.d and /etc/default is used. (You can check yourself with a run of pacman -Fyqx etc/conf.d.) Heck, there are even 3 packages using /etc/sysconfig!

galdor commented on 2023-02-22 11:56 (UTC)

You mean moving to /etc/default/k3s.service.env? I can do that, but I'd like first to be sure this is the right place. On my system, /etc/default only contains three files (atop, grub and useradd). I would like to know if this is an Archlinux convention, a LSB one, or something else entirely.

nogweii commented on 2023-02-20 02:55 (UTC)

I agree, it would be better (IMO) to move /etc/systemd/system/k3s.service.env somewhere else. In Arch, these sorts of files generally get put in /etc/default. In fact, later versions of the upstream install.sh script include looking in that directory for the file.

Also, v1.26.1+k3s1 has been released.

yswtrue commented on 2023-01-08 19:31 (UTC)

/etc/systemd/system/k3s.service.env is read-only file, maybe it can be modified