Announcing Incus 0.4

Just as we’re wrapping up 2023, one last Incus release!

Incus 0.4 is now out, including keepalive support in the command line tool, improved certificate management, new OVN configuration keys and the ability to create CephFS filesystems directly through Incus!

This is going to be the last release of Incus to benefit from any of the work that goes into Canonical LXD as their decision to re-license will be preventing us from taking in any additional fixes or improvements. You’ll find details about that in one of my previous posts.

Related to that change, we’ve made the decision to progressively phase out access to the Linux Containers image server for those users still on Canonical LXD. You’ll find details about the motivations and timeline for this change here.

The full announcement and changelog can be found here.
And for those who prefer videos, here’s the release overview video:

Finally just a quick reminder that my company is offering commercial support on Incus, ranging from by-the-hour support contracts to one-off services on things like initial migration from LXD, review of your deployment to squeeze the most out of Incus or even feature sponsorship.
You’ll find all details of that here:

Donations towards my work on this and other open source projects is also always appreciated, you can find me on Github Sponsors, Patreon and Ko-fi.

Enjoy the holidays and see you all in 2024!

About Stéphane Graber

Project leader of Linux Containers, Linux hacker, Ubuntu core developer, conference organizer and speaker.
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