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Everytime I had to use helm, I didn’t liked it. Now tiller is gone, and they improved the charts too I’ll give it some time to grow and will give it another try for sure COol
anyone use this before? https://github.com/helm/charts/tree/master/stable/redis-ha
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Hey anyone wanna give me some feedback on this?
Features that are currently still missing is authentication / accounts And the subscribe to update feature they will comeback but I will have to work on it and need some things cleared in regards to legal stuff.
Well anyways let me know. It is still super rough ..
@roth.andy @Erik Osterman (Cloud Posse)
search bar went away? That was super useful.
inspection of a version’s source looks great
oh right forget that one .. urgh
Is there a way to tell it that a new version of a chart is available? It still has some pretty old stuff from the kubernetes-charts stable repo, and I’m trying to do some diffs between two newer versions it doesn’t know about
I guess not that old, it has stuff from sep 15, but not 3 days ago
Oh yea I just need to restart the pod .. give me 5 minutes.. the cronjob to update the database is currently not working
pod is restarted new chart versions should be there in the next 5 minutes
anyone tried updating from v2 to v3 yet? tried using the recommended plugin from the docs and my release isn’t listed in
helm list after the convert step
oh, nevermind, you have to explictly list namespace in the list command now
helm info release -n namespace
helm list --all-namespaces