You're downgrading. That's not supported by Kubernetes. Don't do that.
How did you get there?
(Also, please try to use the thread feature and try editing your (unanswered) messages instead of making new ones, to make things more concise and easy to follow)
nm about what I wrote at the end of that post. the edit/delete permissions on this server suck majorly
02/24/2023, 4:19 PM
First, I had to create an EKS cluster in rancher with version 1.23 but I wanted to use version 1.24 so what I did was from the AWS console I upgraded from version 1.23 to 1.24, then rancher detected the change and when it finished update the version, mark that error message. When I checked the health of the cluster I saw it was correct, everything is in order, the only thing that was wrong was the error message.
02/27/2023, 5:21 AM
I don't know what to tell you... did you expect that to work?
you told rancher to create and manage a kubernetes cluster.
then you told AWS to upgrade a cluster that is managed by rancher.
That's not something I personally would expect to work