Anypoint Runtime Fabric Command Line Tool (rtfctl) Release Notes

Runtime Fabric Command Line Tool (rtfctl): Installation and management utility tool for your Runtime Fabric running on Kubernetes

To download and install rtfctl, refer to Install the Runtime Fabric Command Line Tool.

0.3.139

October 12, 2021

What’s New

  • The rtfctl report command now captures any previous container logs in a separate file.

  • The rtfctl backup and rtfctl restore commands are now compatible with Kubernetes 1.20.

Fixed Issues

Description Issue

The rtfctl utility now reads both NO_PROXY and no_proxy settings from the environment.

SE-22108

The rtfctl proxy command throws an error if the RTF namespace is not present when the command applies proxy settings.

RTF-2933

0.3.135

August 12, 2021

What’s New

  • The rtfctl apply ingress-configmap command is deprecated. If you attempt to apply an ingress ConfigMap with rtfctl against Runtime Fabric 1.10 or later, Runtime Fabric rejects the request.

  • The latest version of rtfctl includes backup and restore support for ingress resource templates.

    Use rtfctl report to see details about the ingress resource templates you applied.

Fixed Issues

Issue Number

The rtfctl apply secure-property command now allows = for single-line values.

SE-22118

The rtfctl report no longer fails due to old pull secret references on old Runtime Fabric clusters.

SE-21254

Jun 24, 2021 (0.3.128)

This release includes the following enhancements and bug fixes:

  • Added: The rtfctl apply secure-property command now handles special characters in a value.

  • Fixed: The rtfctl get secure-properties command no longer fails when retrieving values that have a '\n' character.

  • Fixed: The rtfctl report command now captures all container logs.

Apr 22, 2021 (0.3.122)

This release includes the following enhancements and bug-fixes:

  • Added: Improvement to the rtfctl report command to include information about persistent gateway deployment.

  • Added: Enhancement to the rtfctl backup and rtfctl restore commands to handle persistent gateway configuration and deployment.

  • Fixed: Issue where rtfctl uninstall may fail on gravity clusters.

  • Fixed: Issue where the state file for binary upgrade check was not created in the user’s home directory.

Mar 18, 2021 (0.3.103)

This release includes the following major enhancement(s):

  • Added: The rtfctl report command includes runtime fabric helm history information.

  • Added: Enhancements to the rtfctl status command to fetch information from inside the runtime fabric cluster (Self-Managed Kubernetes only).

  • Added: Outbound Network tests now include both legacy and new Anypoint Monitoring endpoint(s).

Feb 10, 2021 (0.3.102)

This release includes the following major enhancement(s):

  • Added: Improvements to capture logs from previous container restarts in the debug report.

  • Added: Enhancement to backup and restore any gravity custom resources created for smtp and log-forwarder.

  • Fixed: Issue where rtfctl restore command would throw an error while restoring on the same Self-Managed Kubernetes cluster where the backup was taken.

Dec 16, 2020 (0.3.94)

This release includes the following major enhancement(s):

  • Added: rtfctl status dns-check command to test DNS health (Self-Managed Kubernetes only).

  • Added: rtfctl delete secure-properties command to remove secure properties.

  • Fixed: rtfctl validate command shows overall validation status message (Self-Managed Kubernetes only).

  • Fixed: rtfctl commands help and version now works without having Kubernetes context.

Nov 23, 2020 (0.3.87)

This release includes the following major enhancement(s):

  • Added: rtfctl validate command to validate the Kubernetes environment prior to installing Runtime Fabric (Self-Managed Kubernetes only).

  • Added: rtfctl apply ingress-configmap command to apply ingress configuration on Runtime Fabric (Self-Managed Kubernetes only).

  • Added: rtfctl uninstall command to uninstall Runtime Fabric.

  • Fixed: bug fixes and improvements.

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