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Chart version: 0.7.1
Api version: v1
App version: 7.4.2
Stardog Helm Chart
Chart Type
Set me up:
helm repo add center
Install Chart:
helm install stardog center/appuio/stardog
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Stardog Chart

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# Create a secret with your Stardog license
$ kubectl create secret generic stardog-license --from-file stardog-license-key.bin=/path/to/your/license.bin

$ helm install appuio/stardog


The following table lists the configurable parameters chart. For default values consult values.yaml.

Parameter Description
replicaCount Number of Stardog instances to run. If greater than 1, zookeeper.enabled=true must be set
image.registry The Docker registry to pull from
image.repository The Docker image repostory to pull
image.tag The Docker image tag to pull
image.username The Docker registry user name
image.password The Docker registry user name
image.existingPullSecret An existing image pull secret to use
stardog.existingLicenseSecret Name of an existing secret with a key stardog-license-key.bin which contains the Stardog license
stardog.config Custom configuration to append to the file (as string)
stardog.adminPassword Password for the Administrator
stardog.users Array of users, each element is an object with name and password
stardog.roles Object Array of Roles to create, see below
stardog.roles[].name Name of the Role to create
stardog.roles[].grants Object Array of permissions to add to objects
stardog.roles[].grants[].action Name of the permission to add, see Docs
stardog.roles[].grants[].object Object that this grant should apply to, see Docs
stardog.roles[].users String array of users that should have the role assigned to. The users need to exist first
stardog.databases Arrays of databases that should be created at Helm install/upgrade. Existing databases are left untouched.
stardog.databases[].options Object Array of additional Database Options (each with name and value) that should be applied when creating the database.
stardog.javaArgs Custom java args, passed to the JVM
stardog.securityContext K8s security context
stardog.backup.databases[] List of DBs to be backed up. The schedule is in UTC
stardog.backup.s3Region Region in which the S3 bucket is
stardog.backup.s3BucketName Name of the S3 bucket
stardog.backup.s3PathPrefix Path prefix to use. Defaults to release full name
stardog.backup.s3AccessKey S3 API access key id
stardog.backup.s3SecretKey S3 API access secret key
stardog.backup.s3CredentialsExistingSecret Optionally existing secret with S3 credentials
ingress.enabled If an ingress object should be created
ingress.annotations Annotations to set on the ingress object Host name which the ingress should resolve
ingress.tls.enabled If TLS should be enabled on the ingress
ingress.tls.secretName Name of the secret containing the TLS certificate and key
persistence.enabled Enable persistence using PVC
persistence.storageClass PVC storage class for Stardog data volume
persistence.size PVC storage request size for Stardog data volume
affinityTopologyKey Topology key on which pod anti affinity is configured
zookeeper.enabled Enable ZooKeeper. Required for Stardog Cluster deployments
zookeeper.replicaCount Number of ZooKeeper instances to run. Should always be an odd number > 3
zookeeper.updateStrategy Update strategy of the ZooKeeper StatefulSet
zookeeper.allowAnonymousLogin Allow anonymous logins to ZooKeeper
zookeeper.auth.enabled Enable ZooKeeper authentication
zookeeper.auth.clientPassword Password to use for ZooKeeper clients. Will be generated if unset
zookeeper.auth.serverPasswords Password to use for ZooKeeper servers (delimited by ,). Will be generated if unset
zookeeper.metrics.enabled Enable ZooKeeper Proemtheus exporter
zookeeper.metrics.prometheusOperator Enable Proemtheus Operator integration (requires the operator to be installed)

Specify each parameter using the --set key=value[,key=value] argument to helm install. For example,

$ helm install --name my-release appuio/stardog

The above command enables the ZooKeeper installation.

Alternatively, a YAML file that specifies the values for the parameters can be provided while installing the chart. For example,

$ helm install --name my-release -f values.yaml appuio/stardog

Tip: You can use the default values.yaml


Template testing

This chart uses some Go code to test the generated templates against the Kubernetes client API. With this we are more flexible than helm lint, as linting would not catch errors such as: “If we are in clustered mode, we expect an init container, otherwise not”. The test code would also catch typos in a limited manner (e.g. if initContainer is spelled initcontainer, it will generate an error).

cd stardog/test
go test -v ./...