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v1.94+ TurndownSchedule Migration Guide

In v1.94 of Kubecost, the turndownschedules.kubecost.k8s.io/v1alpha1 Custom Resource Definition (CRD) was moved to turndownschedules.kubecost.com/v1alpha1 to adhere to Kubernetes policy for CRD domain namespacing. This is a breaking change for users of Cluster Controller's turndown functionality. Please follow this guide for a successful migration of your turndown schedule resources.
As part of this change, the CRD was updated to use apiextensions.k8s.io/v1 because v1beta1 was removed in K8s v1.22. If using Kubecost v1.94+, Cluster Controller's turndown functionality will not work on K8s versions before the introduction of apiextensions.k8s.io/v1.

Scenario 1: You have deployed Cluster Controller but don't use turndown

In this situation, you've deployed Kubecost's Cluster Controller at some point using --set clusterController.enabled=true, but you don't use the turndown functionality.
That means that this command should return one line:
kubectl get crd turndownschedules.kubecost.k8s.io
And this command should return no resources:
kubectl get turndownschedules.kubecost.k8s.io
This situation is easy! You can do nothing, and turndown should continue to behave correctly because kubectl get turndownschedule and related commands will correctly default to the new turndownschedules.kubecost.com/v1alpha1 CRD after you upgrade to Kubecost v1.94 or higher.
If you would like to be fastidious and clean up the old CRD, simply run kubectl delete crd turndownschedules.kubecost.k8s.io after upgrading Kubecost to v1.94 or higher.

Scenario 2: You currently use turndown

In this situation, you've deployed Kubecost's Cluster Controller at some point using --set clusterController.enabled=true and you have at least one turndownschedule.kubecost.k8s.io resource currently present in your cluster.
That means that this command should return one line:
kubectl get crd turndownschedules.kubecost.k8s.io
And this command should return at least one resource:
kubectl get turndownschedules.kubecost.k8s.io
We have a few steps to perform if you want Cluster Controller's turndown functionality to continue to behave according to your already-defined turndown schedules.
  1. 1.
    Upgrade Kubecost to v1.94 or higher with --set clusterController.enabled=true
  2. 2.
    Make sure the new CRD has been defined after your Kubecost upgrade
    This command should return a line:
    kubectl get crd turndownschedules.kubecost.com
  3. 3.
    Copy your existing turndownschedules.kubecost.k8s.io resources into the new CRD
    kubectl get turndownschedules.kubecost.k8s.io -o yaml \
    | sed 's|kubecost.k8s.io|kubecost.com|' \
    | kubectl apply -f -
  4. 4.
    (optional) Delete the old turndownschedules.kubecost.k8s.io CRD
    Because the CRDs have a finalizer on them, we have to follow this workaround to remove the finalizer from our old resources. This lets us clean up without locking up.
    kubectl patch \
    crd/turndownschedules.kubecost.k8s.io \
    -p '{"metadata":{"finalizers":[]}}' \
    --type=merge
    Note: The following command may be unnecessary because Helm should automatically remove the turndownschedules.kubecost.k8s.io resource during the upgrade. The removal will remain in a pending state until the finalizer patch above is implemented.
    kubectl delete crd turndownschedules.kubecost.k8s.io