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Helm logo core-stack-api  0.5.6

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A Helm chart for Orchestrate API server

Description

Same as above (description was repeated).

License

Unknown

Size

16.1 KB

Downloads

16484

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Status  Completed
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Uploaded At 2 years, 2 months ago
Uploaded By cs-ops
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Home https://pegasys.tech/orchestrate/
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To install/use core-stack-api @ version 0.5.6 ...

helm install consensys-helm/core-stack-api --version 0.5.6

You can also install the latest version of this chart:

helm install consensys-helm/core-stack-api

Or you can upgrade to the most recent version of this chart if you've already installed:

helm upgrade consensys-helm/core-stack-api

If necessary, you can specify the repository directly:

helm install core-stack-api \
  --repo 'https://artifacts.consensys.net/public/helm/helm/charts/'

If you've got a requirements.yaml file in your chart, you can specify this as a dependency:

dependencies:
  - name: core-stack-api
    version: 0.5.6
    repository: https://artifacts.consensys.net/public/helm/helm/charts/
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