- Kubernetes 1.21
- OpenShift Pipelines GA
- IPv6 single stack, IPv4/IPv6 dual stack
- NVIDIA GPU Multi-instance GPU (MIG) support
- OpenShift Logging support for JSON logs[/bookmark]
Highlights include: "[…] Intra-zone forwarding by default […] NAT rules moved to inet family (reduced rule set) […] iptables backend is deprecated […] Reduced dependencies"
[bookmark=https://twitter.com/knurd42rhfc/status/1417457653748486145]It's that time again: #Fedora #Linux once again is doing the right & reasonable thing by preparing to jump from #kernel 5.12.y to 5.13.y in #f34. This will bring security improvements and new drivers to users as regular update – something a lot more distributions IMHO should do.
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Fedora seems to be much better for this case, but FWIW, I still consider it to hard, as I'd prefer a more Wikipedia-like process for packaging in general… (With package owners for gating updates)
[bookmark=https://twitter.com/zygoon/status/1409999527009001472]So I wanted to fix a one-liner bug in a package I contributed to @ubuntu. It’s also a comparative journey, as I will be comparing that to @fedora. This was a journey, or rather, it still is, because the process takes days or weeks to complete.[/bookmark]
Okay, yeah, it's only proposed for now, but many proposed features get accepted.
[bookmark=https://twitter.com/knurd42/status/1409569266081406987]#firewalld 1.0 is approaching: firewalld.org/2021/06/the-up…
```[…] Intra-zone forwarding by default[…] NAT rules moved to inet[…] Default target is now similar to reject[…] ICMP blocks and block inversion only apply to input, not forward[…] #iptables backend is deprecated[…]```