Orka v1.0.6

New features, improved functionality, and bug fixes in Orka v1.0.6.

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Orka Release Notes

v1.0.6
October 3, 2019
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We’re constantly working to provide you with new features, tools, and plugins, and improve your overall Orka experience. For the latest and greatest, be sure to update your CLI to 1.0.6 after your environment has been updated. Here’s an overview of what changed with version 1.0.6.

This version brings a few important bug fixes earlier in advance of our usual release schedule.

New features

  • You can now list VM configurationsVM configurations - A template configuration (a container template) consisting of a base image, a snapshot image, and the number of CPU cores to be used. To become a VM that you can run in the cloud, a VM configuration needs to be deployed to a node (a host).. Run orka vm configs in the CLI or send a GET request to the /resources/vm/configs endpoint.
  • You can perform additional ISO operations on the ISOs in the local Orka storage - rename, copy, and delete.

Improved functionality

  • Removed the orka image save timeout of 60 seconds. The timeout was incorrectly indicating failure.
  • Orka now prevents you from saving unintended whitespace in your orka config input. Unintended characters could cause connection failure to API URL.

Bug fixes

  • Fixed a VM clock drift issue that in some cases prevented users from pulling from another environment like Amazon S3.
  • Fixed a beta live commit issue that prevented users from connecting to more than one VM deployed from a live snapshot.
  • Fixed an issue with attached disks getting lost after restarting the VM.
  • The Orka CLI now shows the results of the orka vm list-disks command.
  • You can now run orka user create and orka vm create-config with flags. These commands handled flags incorrectly.

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Orka v1.0.6


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