Helm provides multiple commands that allow you to inspect a third-party chart from the command line. In this video, explore the show command and its options.
- [Instructor] It's rare that I will install … a third party Helm chart, … without having to do some customization. … In order to know what to customize, … I want to be able … to look through the different parts of the chart. … And the helm show command is a way to explore these parts … from the command line. … Running Helm show help let's us explore our options. … It looks like there are four available commands. … Helm show all gives us all the information … about the chart in one view, … while Helm show chart displays high level information … about the chart like its version, … a brief description and who maintains the chart. … Helm show readme displays the chart README, … and Helm show values displays the values.yaml file, … which will be important for us to make changes to the chart, … so it better fits our needs. … First, let's run Helm show chart … for the kube state metrics chart. … The command is Helm show chart, … followed by the repository name and chart name. … So bitnami/kube-state-metrics. …
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Introduction and Installation
2. Install and Configure a Chart from Helm Hub
3. Deploy an Application Using Helm
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