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Helm3

1 minutes
December 18, 2019
[ k8s ]

Helm3 does not require the Tiller component to be installed in the cluster.

To install the helm cli on a Windows box via Chocolatey, simply, from a “Run as Administrator” command line:

choco install -y kubernetes-helm

Most current examples will be trying to pull charts from “Stable”. No repo's are setup by default in Helm3, so you will need to add “stable”

helm repo add stable https://kubernetes-charts.storage.googleapis.com/
helm repo update

Note that the ordering of the args have also changed, so

helm install stable/openebs --name openebs --namespace openebs

becomes

helm install openebs stable/openebs --namespace openebs