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»Upgrading to Waypoint 0.7.0 from 0.6.x
Waypoint 0.6.x can be upgraded to Waypoint 0.7.0 using a standard upgrade.
configdynamichas been renamed to
dynamic. The existing function name continues to work but is deprecated and may be removed in a future version.
img-based Dockerless builds are no longer supported. Dockerless builds are still fully supported via Kaniko and on-demand runners that shipped in Waypoint 0.6. Static runners without access to a Docker daemon can no longer build images.
waypoint install uses the
hashicorp/waypoint:latest container image for
Kubernetes, Nomad, ECS, and Docker. When upgrading, your platform may require
you to pull the latest image instead of using a cache.
Kubernetes and Nomad both specify an "always pull" policy for
so restarting the Deployment or Job should pull the latest released version.
Docker may require an explicit
docker pull and container recreate.
»Verifying the Server Version with the UI
You can verify the server version by loading the UI and looking at the footer.
You should see a version starting with
v0.7. If you see an earlier version,
your platform may be using an old cached image.
»Verifying the Server Version with the CLI
You can verify both the CLI version and server version by running:
$ waypoint version CLI: v0.7.0 (622f37bd1) Server: v0.7.0