This section describes all the additional flags that you can use to configure your custom deployment:
Access to Kubernetes resources flags:
--local-roles: You can use the
--local-rolesflag to change the kind of role the
pachydermservice account uses from cluster-wide (
ClusterRole) to namespace-specific (
--local-rolesinhibits your ability to use the coefficient parallelism feature. After you set the
--local-rolesflag, you might see a message similar to this in the
pachdpod Kubernetes logs:
ERROR unable to access kubernetes nodeslist, Pachyderm will continue to work but it will not be possible to use COEFFICIENT parallelism. error: nodes is forbidden: User "system:serviceaccount:pachyderm-test-1:pachyderm" cannot list nodes at the cluster scope
Resource requests and limits flags:
Larger deployments might require you to configure more resources
etcd or set higher limits for transient workloads.
The following flags set attributes which are passed on to
Kubernetes directly through the produced manifest.
--etcd-cpu-request: The number of CPU cores that Kubernetes allocates to
etcd. Fractions are allowed.
--etcd-memory-request: The amount of memory that Kubernetes allocates to
etcd. The SI suffixes are accepted as possible values.
--no-guaranteed: Turn off QoS for
pachd. Do not use this flag in production environments.
--pachd-cpu-request: The number of CPU cores that Kubernetes allocates to
pachd. Fractions are allowed.
--pachd-memory-request: The amount of memory that Kubernetes allocates to
pachd. This flag accepts the SI suffixes.
--shards: The maximum number of
pachdnodes allowed in the cluster. Increasing this number from the default value of
16might result in degraded performance.
Note: Do not modify the default values of these flags for production deployments without consulting with Pachyderm support.
Enterprise Edition flags:
--dash-image: The Docker image for the Pachyderm Enterprise Edition dashboard.
--image-pull-secret: The name of a Kubernetes secret that Pachyderm uses to pull from a private Docker registry.
--no-dashboard: Skip the creation of a manifest for the Enterprise Edition dashboard.
--registry: The registry for Docker images.
--tls: A string in the
"<cert path>,<key path>"format with the signed TLS certificate that is used for encrypting
Output formats flags:
--dry-run: Create a manifest and send it to standard output, but do not deploy to Kubernetes.
--output: An output format. You can choose from JSON (default) or YAML.
pachdverbosity level, from most verbose to least. You can set this parameter to
--verbose: Controls the verbosity of the