Deploying on Kubernetes

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Garage can also be deployed on a kubernetes cluster via helm chart.

Deploying

Firstly clone the repository:

git clone https://git.deuxfleurs.fr/Deuxfleurs/garage
cd garage/scripts/helm

Deploy with default options:

helm install --create-namespace --namespace garage garage ./garage

Or deploy with custom values:

helm install --create-namespace --namespace garage garage ./garage -f values.override.yaml

After deploying, cluster layout must be configured manually as described in Creating a cluster layout. Use the following command to access garage CLI:

kubectl exec --stdin --tty -n garage garage-0 -- ./garage status

Overriding default values

All possible configuration values can be found with:

helm show values ./garage

This is an example values.overrride.yaml for deploying in a microk8s cluster with a https s3 api ingress route:

garage:
  # Use only 2 replicas per object
  replicationMode: "2"

# Start 4 instances (StatefulSets) of garage
replicaCount: 4

# Override default storage class and size
persistence:
  meta:
    storageClass: "openebs-hostpath"
    size: 100Mi
  data:
    storageClass: "openebs-hostpath"
    size: 1Gi

ingress:
  s3:
    api:
      enabled: true
      className: "public"
      annotations:
        cert-manager.io/cluster-issuer: "letsencrypt-prod"
        nginx.ingress.kubernetes.io/proxy-body-size: 500m
      hosts:
        - host: s3-api.my-domain.com
          paths:
            - path: /
              pathType: Prefix
      tls:
        - secretName: garage-ingress-cert
          hosts:
            - s3-api.my-domain.com

Removing

helm delete --namespace garage garage

Note that this will leave behind custom CRD garagenodes.deuxfleurs.fr, which must be removed manually if desired.

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