following the mender docs for production server installation with kubernetes. I got to the final step for installing the mender server helm chart but its giving me an error below. I’m just getting stated with helm so apologies if this is a really basic question. Looks to me like something changed on the git repo for the chart. Any ideas?
$ helm upgrade --install mender mender/mender --version master -f mender-master.yml
Release “mender” does not exist. Installing it now.
index.go:346: skipping loading invalid entry for chart “mender” “master” from /home/mender/.cache/helm/repository/mender-index.yaml: validation: chart.metadata.version “master” is invalid
Error: failed to download “mender/mender” at version “master”
Ok fixed the issue by changing master to 3.2.x…so correct install command is:
helm upgrade --install mender mender/mender --version 3.2.x -f mender-master.yml
In the first case were you using the
development version of the docs?
For the release branches this seems to be correct already.
yup, figured that out afterwards!
I am currently still getting this Error, regardless which command I use.
I am following the server installation guide for version 3.2
Could you please paste the command you are having issues with here?
It is this one:
helm upgrade --install mender mender/mender --version 3.2.1 -f mender-3.2.1.yml
variations with -version master didn’t work either.
Hi @denniss this should have been fixed a few days ago here.
Are you still sure this does not work?
Yes, I just tried it again, made sure I follow every step, unfortunately no luck, still getting the message:
index.go:346: skipping loading invalid entry for chart “mender” “master” from https://charts.mender.io: validation: chart.metadata.version “master” is invalid
edited the “from” part, copied the wrong string first.
Hi again @denniss I’m sorry for the late reply.
But this should have been fixed by now. Feel free to reach out if it still does not work.