Version 4.0.X Release Highlights


Bugs fixed in this release:

  • Fixed the issue where backups were getting stuck in coalescing state.

  • Fixed an issue where data upload part of a backup sometimes failed with storage capacity errors.

  • Fixes to continuous restore where the continuous restore service and target watcher stopped working because of a communication issue.


Bugs fixed in this release:

  • Fixed the Dex login issue where redirection was failing from http to https

  • Removed the compulsion of ipv6 configuration for T4k web server.

  • Fixed the issue where backup scheduler was not triggering backups as per the given schedules.

  • Fixed the PVC name transformation issue while performing restore.


Features added:

  • Added support for IBM Power PC. With this support, T4K can run with PPC64LE architecture.

Bugs fixed in this release:

  • Fixed an issue where backups were failing for multiple revision helm charts in namespaced backup with Retain Helm Application flag set to true.

  • Fixed an issue where Event target was not usable as backup target. With the fix, user can use the event target as a backup target as well.

Known issues:

  • Openshift dynamic plugin is not supported for IBM power PC deployments.

Version 4 of Trilio for Kubernets introduces major new capabilities as follows :


  • Red Hat OpenShift: Support for natively backing up and restoring the OLM operators and maintaining their lifecycle post the restore.

  • Trilio for Kubernetes resource manager configuration is now available through UI.

  • Red Hat OpenShift: Added support for RHOCP Console to include the Trilio UI functionality:

    • NS scoped backup.

    • NS scoped restore.

    • Manage Hooks, targets, policies management.

  • Security improvement: Trilio now runs all the operations/jobs in the namespace where T4K is installed allowing administrators to control any privileges and access.

  • Added Continuous Restore support for virtual machines running on KubeVirt and OpenShift Virtualization to reduce time during disaster recovery.

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