08 Jan 2020 » Podman v1.7.0 Released by mheon
Podman v1.7.0 has been released, including many new features and numerous bugfixes. It features improvements to networking,
podman play kube, and systemd unit file integration. We’ve also added the
podman system reset command, to remove all existing containers, pods, images, and volumes and reset the system to its initial state. Stability has not been neglected, and this release features almost 60 bugfixes, including major fixes for
podman exec, and volumes.
14 Aug 2019 » Podman v1.5.0 Released by mheon
Podman 1.5.0 has been released! We’ve made major improvements to
podman generate kube, and rootless containers in this release. Stability has also been a focus, and we’ve fixed over 30 bugs and several performance issues. The new 1.5.0 release is available for Fedora and Ubuntu right now!
10 May 2019 » Podman v1.3.0 Released by mheon
Podman 1.3.0 has been released! We’ve focused firmly on stability with 1.3.0, fixing over 25 bugs and making major changes to improve the stability of rootless Podman and Podman volumes. This release also includes a number of new features, including the
podman generate systemd command to generate unit files to manage Podman containers, and the
--restart flag for
podman run and
podman create to restart containers on error. We also picked up a fresh version of Buildah, 1.8.2, including numerous fixes and improvements for
10 Apr 2019 » Podman v1.2.0 Released by mheon
Podman 1.2.0 has been released, featuring many exciting new features and fixes for numerous bugs. With 1.2.0, Podman added support for container healthchecks, an events system, and a way to view image layers as a tree. Over 30 bugs were fixed in this new release, including numerous issues with rootless Podman. We also upgraded the version of Buildah driving
podman build from v1.7 to v1.7.2, picking up numerous fixes.
05 Mar 2019 » Podman v1.1.2 Released by tsweeney
After releasing Podman v1.1.1 a number of bug fixes focusing on command line options and parsing were added. All the details follow!Read More
01 Mar 2019 » Podman v1.1.1 Released by tsweeney
After releasing Podman v1.1.0 a number of miscellaneous changes and several bug fixes
focusing on command line options and parsing were added.
All the details follow!
26 Feb 2019 » Podman v1.1.0 Released by tsweeney
After releasing Podman v1.0 a number of new features were added and several bug fixes
have been added. Some of the new features include the ability to forward ports as
rootless Podman, adding short options to some of the existing command options,
--all-tags to the the pull command, further changes for
rootless containers and more. All the details follow!
16 Jan 2019 » Podman v1.0.0 Released by mheon
Our original goal with Podman was to provide a fully-featured debugging experience for CRI-O, but it has become so much more. Podman 1.0.0 is a fully-featured container engine. It provides a Docker-compatible command line to ease the transition from other container engines. Most Podman commands can be run as a regular user, without requiring additional privileges. Furthermore, all of this is accomplished without a daemon!Read More
12 Dec 2018 » Podman v0.12.1.1 Released by mheon
We’re happy to announce the availability of Podman 0.12.1.1, our latest version. We’ve been very busy over the last month, and it shows! We’ve merged over 150 new commits since our 0.11 releases, including major new functionality and several critical bugfixes. Pods, Kubernetes compatability, and container volumes all saw major improvements.
We hope everyone enjoys the release, and stays with us in the future as Podman gets closer to 1.0. As always, many thanks to everyone who contributed to this release!Read More
20 Aug 2018 » Podman Alpha version 0.8.3 Release Announcement by bbaude
Our release this week was very smooth. It seems like between CI infrastructure stability, last minute pull requests, and sometimes just plain bad luck, something always gives us trouble on Friday’s. The Fedora packages are created and I see that they are getting their karma and working through the process already.
By the way, we moved! Our new upstream location is https://github.com/containers/libpod. It seems to be a more natural fit for our project and more closely associates us with some of our sister projects.Read More
08 Aug 2018 » Podman Alpha version 0.8.1 Release Announcement by bbaude
Our latest podman release turned out to be a lot of internal plumbing. We had more than 50 commits but most were tweaks that most users would not notice. So I don’t have a singular, hot feature to point you at.Read More
16 Jul 2018 » Podman Alpha version 0.7.2 Release Announcement by bbaude
As most weeks are, this was fast and furious. You will see hand fulls of significant features below that have been added to podman this week. All of it is awesome work from the core team and its contributors. There were also two interesting features that users will be interested in: the ability to create a container with multiple networks and the podman remote client.Read More
09 Jul 2018 » Podman Alpha version 0.7.1 Release Announcement by bbaude
Last week was a busy holiday week here in the United States, but we still managed a nice release full of interesting merges.
Many of the significant merges are going to be less than noticeable to users. A lot of updated vendor code was added as well as the removal of unused functions due to cgroups and platform changes.Read More
02 Jul 2018 » Podman Alpha version 0.6.4 Release Announcement by bbaude
This afternoon we were able to overcome some last minute bugs and release a new Podman. The packages are building in Fedora and will work their way through Fedora’s bodhi system. For giggles, I looked at the number of individual contributors this week and was glad to see the number at 10.
Mainly bugfixes this week, one big one was that we do a better job cleaning up containers that run in the back ground.Read More
04 Jun 2018 » Podman Alpha version 0.6.1 Release Announcement by bbaude
It seems that when we have a short work week here in the US, we have rather large releases. To me, that flies in the face of logic. Speaking of which, one particular milestone was reached this week … We had our 1000th commit in Podman!
That is particularly special, because prior to this repository, all libpod work was being done within the CRI-O repository. So the 1000 commits is in actuality since we broke apart from CRI-O. I want to recognize all the contributors who have been helping us along way. Great job! ##Other notable items in the release:Read More