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Helm logo sumo  0.4.134

One-liner (summary)

Sumo Helm chart for Kubernetes

Description

Same as above (description was repeated).

License

Unknown

Size

13.8 KB

Downloads

3

Tags

chart tgz

Status  Completed
Checksum (MD5) 48f73195974a1e370194201386bbbd88
Checksum (SHA-1) 8e8c9318d9a432e6907ab646536e10d6dae4b74f
Checksum (SHA-256) 8835d5a226e638e1fd83eb46729350541d00cc17a073320c0cff9862166bd037
Checksum (SHA-512) 18623e275b9d0f6f88de015a8109bbb36930b6028c74fb8f437be11564d3123abb…
GPG Signature
Storage Region Default Region
Type  Binary (contains binaries and binary artifacts)
Uploaded At 2 months ago
Uploaded By roman-vaseev
Slug Id sumo-04134tgz-byD
Unique Id Y1A5urenXqqO
Version (Raw) 0.4.134
Version (Parsed)
  • Major: 0
  • Minor: 4
  • Patch: 134
  • Type: SemVer (Strict)
  extended metadata
App Version 0.0.0
pkg sumo-0.4.134.tgz 3
13.8 KB
md5 sha1 sha256 sha512
Package Contents (sumo-0.4.134.tgz)
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These instructions assume you have setup the repository first (or read it).

To install/use sumo @ version 0.4.134 ...

helm install consensys-helm/sumo --version 0.4.134

You can also install the latest version of this chart:

helm install consensys-helm/sumo

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

helm upgrade consensys-helm/sumo

If necessary, you can specify the repository directly:

helm install sumo \
  --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: sumo
    version: 0.4.134
    repository: https://artifacts.consensys.net/public/helm/helm/charts/
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