how can I use imagePullSecrets on a local-kubernet...
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@microscopic-river-74022 how can I use imagePullSecrets on a local-kubernetes provider to use private images/charts in my deployments?
m
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---------------------- To use
imagePullSecrets
on a
local-kubernetes
provider to use private images/charts in your deployments, you need to follow these steps: 1. Create a
docker-registry
secret for authenticating with remote registries when pulling images. This is necessary if you reference private images in your action configuration. You can follow this guide () to create the secret. 2. Configure the
imagePullSecrets
field in your
local-kubernetes
provider configuration. This is an array of objects, where each object should have a
name
and optionally a
namespace
. The
name
is the name of the Kubernetes secret you created in step 1, and the
namespace
is where the secret is stored. If you don't specify a
namespace
, it defaults to
"default"
. Here is an example configuration:
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providers:
  - imagePullSecrets:
      - name: "my-secret"
In this example,
"my-secret"
is the name of the Kubernetes secret you created in step 1. If the secret is stored in a namespace other than
"default"
, you should specify the
namespace
like this:
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providers:
  - imagePullSecrets:
      - name: "my-secret"
        namespace: "my-namespace"
In this example,
"my-namespace"
is the namespace where the secret is stored.
Sources: - local-kubernetes > Configuration Keys >
providers[].imagePullSecrets[]
() - local-kubernetes > Configuration Keys >
providers[].imagePullSecrets[].name
() - local-kubernetes > Configuration Keys >
providers[].imagePullSecrets[].namespace
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s
@microscopic-river-74022 I have done as you suggested, but I am still receiving a unexpected status code 401: unauthorized: authentication required error when trying to pull a private chart using the Helm Deploy
m
Let me check the knowledge base for you. One moment! :books:
---------------------- The error message you're seeing typically indicates that the authentication details provided are not correct or not being used properly. Here are a few things you can check: 1. **Verify your secret**: Ensure that the secret you created in Kubernetes for your private registry is correct. You can check this by pulling an image manually using the same secret. 2. **Check your
imagePullSecrets
configuration**: Make sure that the
imagePullSecrets
field in your
local-kubernetes
provider configuration is correctly set. The
name
should match the name of the Kubernetes secret you created, and the
namespace
should match the namespace where the secret is stored. 3. **Check your Helm chart configuration**: If you're pulling a private chart, you need to specify the repository URL in the
spec.chart.repo
field of your Helm Deploy configuration. The URL should be the same as the one you used when creating your Kubernetes secret. If the chart is in the default "stable" repo, you can skip this field and it will default to " If you're using an OCI-Based Registry or an absolute URL to a packaged chart, you should specify
spec.chart.url
instead. Here's an example of how to specify `spec.chart.repo`:
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spec:
  chart:
    repo: "<https://my-private-registry.com/my-chart">
And here's an example of how to specify `spec.chart.url`:
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spec:
  chart:
    url: "oci://my-private-registry.com/my-chart"
Sources: - Helm Deploy > Configuration Keys >
spec.chart.repo
() - Helm Deploy > Configuration Keys >
spec.chart.url
() - local-kubernetes > Configuration Keys >
providers[].imagePullSecrets[]
() - local-kubernetes > Configuration Keys >
providers[].imagePullSecrets[].name
() - local-kubernetes > Configuration Keys >
providers[].imagePullSecrets[].namespace
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