VMWare Tanzu Greenplum for Kubernetes 2.3 is a minor release that introduces new features and bug fixes.
Refer to the VMware Tanzu Greenplum Database documentation for detailed information about VMware Tanzu Greenplum Database.
Note: Upgrading or migrating data from VMware Tanzu Greenplum version 1.x to version 2.x is not supported. You must uninstall VMware Tanzu Greenplum version 1.x using the instuctions in Uninstalling VMWare Tanzu Greenplum for Kubernetes before installing version 2.x. Persistent volumes that were created for a version 1.x cluster cannot be used with version 2.x.
VMWare Tanzu Greenplum for Kubernetes includes the VMware Tanzu Greenplum Database version identified below:
|VMware Tanzu Greenplum Version||VMware Tanzu Greenplum Database Version|
This version of VMWare Tanzu Greenplum for Kubernetes is supported on the following platforms:
Additional Kubernetes environments, such as Minikube, can be used for testing or demonstration purposes.
VMware Tanzu Greenplum 2.3.0 is a minor release that includes these changes:
gpbackupcan back up Greenplum data either to local backup files, or to Minio S3 using the
gpbackupS3 plugin. See Using the S3 Storage Plugin with gpbackup and gprestore in the Greenplum Backup and Restore documentation for more information on configuring the plugin.
gptext-installsql -c gpadmin && gptext-installsql gpadminafter the upgraded cluster is fully running.
zkManagerutility, used for checking the ZooKeeper cluster state and cluster management with Greenplum Text deployments, is not available with VMWare Tanzu Greenplum for Kubernetes. As a workaround, use
kubectlto manage the ZooKeeper cluster.
gptext-stateutility always throws the warning message:
object of type 'NoneType' has no len(). This message can be safely ignored in most cases. However, note that the utility cannot detect if the ZooKeeper cluster is down.
gppkgutility). Future releases will include these extensions as part of the distribution, as with MADlib.