Thanks Clayton. Congrats to all on the new release!

Just a few hours earlier I was installing 1.3.0rc1 using ansible. Good
chance now for me to learn how upgrades work.

I'm trying to upgrade to 1.3
I set the openshift_release to v1.3.0 in the inventory file. But it's not

"openshift_release is 1.3.0 which is not a valid release for a 1.3 upgrade"

Do I need to wait for the ansible upgrade playbooks to be updated?



On 16 September 2016 at 15:15, Clayton Coleman <> wrote:

> And of course I almost forget - the *fastest* way to get v1.3.0 is:
>     $ oc cluster up --version=v1.3.0
> Enjoy!
> On Fri, Sep 16, 2016 at 12:51 AM, Clayton Coleman <>
> wrote:
>> Images have been pushed to the hub and release binaries are up on GitHub
>> under release v1.3.0
>> <>.  RPMs will
>> take a few days to show up in the existing channels.
>> v1.3.0 was a huge release - thanks to everyone who contributed to make it
>> possible.  You can see a list of delivered changes on the 1.3 roadmap
>> as well as on
>> the individual GitHub release pages for alpha.1 -> rc1.  Please give
>> feedback or report any issues you see.
>> Origin 1.4 will pick up Kube 1.4 and contain a number of more targeted
>> features as you can see on the release roadmap
>>  The rebase
>> has landed in master and we will reopen the queue for changes in the
>> morning.  We're also hard at work on Kubernetes 1.5 in the upstream
>> community - don't hesitate to get involved there as well.
>> Thanks!
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