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Default Helm-Values

TrueCharts is primarily build to supply TrueNAS SCALE Apps. However, we also supply all Apps as standard Helm-Charts. In this document we aim to document the default values in our values.yaml file.

Most of our Apps also consume our "common" Helm Chart. If this is the case, this means that all values.yaml values are set to the common chart values.yaml by default. This values.yaml file will only contain values that deviate from the common chart. You will, however, be able to use all values referenced in the common chart here, besides the values listed in this document.


Key Type Default Description
args[0] string "-config.file=/etc/promtail/promtail.yaml"
config object See values.yaml Section for crafting Promtails config file. The only directly relevant value is config.file which is a templated string that references the other values and snippets below this key.
config.file string See values.yaml Config file contents for Promtail. Must be configured as string. It is templated so it can be assembled from reusable snippets in order to avoid redundancy.
config.logLevel string "info" The log level of the Promtail server Must be reference in config.file to configure server.log_level See default config in values.yaml
config.lokiAddress string "" The Loki address to post logs to. Must be reference in config.file to configure client.url. See default config in values.yaml
config.serverPort int 3101 The port of the Promtail server Must be reference in config.file to configure server.http_listen_port See default config in values.yaml
config.snippets object See values.yaml A section of reusable snippets that can be reference in config.file. Custom snippets may be added in order to reduce redundancy. This is especially helpful when multiple kubernetes_sd_configs are use which usually have large parts in common.
config.snippets.addScrapeJobLabel bool false This helps debug the Promtail config.
config.snippets.extraClientConfigs string empty You can put here any keys that will be directly added to the config file's 'client' block.
config.snippets.extraRelabelConfigs list [] You can put here any additional relabel_configs to "kubernetes-pods" job
config.snippets.extraScrapeConfigs string empty You can put here any additional scrape configs you want to add to the config file.
envValueFrom.HOSTNAME.fieldRef.fieldPath string "spec.nodeName"
image.repository string ""
image.tag string "[email protected]:171e08dcdd1d6c09bff949c37ce4f4756b9ee0132f8d84631986faa223562a30"
persistence.config.enabled bool true
persistence.config.mountPath string "/etc/promtail"
persistence.config.objectName string "promtail-config"
persistence.config.type string "secret"
persistence.containers.enabled bool true
persistence.containers.hostPath string "/mnt"
persistence.containers.mountPath string "/mnt"
persistence.containers.readOnly bool true
persistence.containers.type string "hostPath"
persistence.pods.enabled bool true
persistence.pods.hostPath string "/var/log/pods"
persistence.pods.mountPath string "/var/log/pods"
persistence.pods.readOnly bool true
persistence.pods.type string "hostPath" bool true string "/run/promtai" string "/run/promtail" string "hostPath"
podSecurityContext object {"runAsGroup":0,"runAsUser":0} The security context for pods
probes.liveness.path string "/ready"
probes.readiness.path string "/ready"
probes.startup.path string "/ready"
rbac object {"enabled":true,"rules":[{"apiGroups":[""],"resources":["nodes","nodes/proxy","services","endpoints","pods"],"verbs":["get","watch","list"]}]} Whether Role Based Access Control objects like roles and rolebindings should be created
securityContext object {"allowPrivilegeEscalation":false,"capabilities":{"drop":["ALL"]},"readOnlyRootFilesystem":true,"runAsNonRoot":false} The security context for containers
service.main.ports.main.port int 3101
service.main.ports.main.targetPort int 3101
serviceAccount.create bool true Specifies whether a ServiceAccount should be created
serviceMonitor.annotations object {} ServiceMonitor annotations
serviceMonitor.enabled bool false If enabled, ServiceMonitor resources for Prometheus Operator are created
serviceMonitor.interval string nil ServiceMonitor scrape interval
serviceMonitor.labels object {} Additional ServiceMonitor labels
serviceMonitor.namespace string nil Alternative namespace for ServiceMonitor resources
serviceMonitor.namespaceSelector object {} Namespace selector for ServiceMonitor resources
serviceMonitor.scrapeTimeout string nil ServiceMonitor scrape timeout in Go duration format (e.g. 15s)
tolerations list [{"effect":"NoSchedule","key":"","operator":"Exists"},{"effect":"NoSchedule","key":"","operator":"Exists"}] Tolerations for pods. By default, pods will be scheduled on master/control-plane nodes.

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