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Create a Complete Configuration

Before reading this section, complete the steps in Configuring Object Store.

The following is a complete deploy command example of a custom deployment. The command generates the manifest and saves it as a YAML configuration file. Also, the command includes the local-roles flag to scope the deployment to the pachyderm service account access permissions.

Run the following command to deploy your example cluster:

pachctl deploy custom --persistent-disk aws --object-store s3 \
    foobar 10 \
    pachyderm-bucket  'OBSIJRBE0PP2NO4QOA27' 'tfteSlswRu7BJ86wekitnifILbZam1KYY3TG' 'minio:9000' \
    --dynamic-etcd-nodes 1
    --local-roles --output yaml  --dry-run > custom_deploy.yaml

For more information about the contents of the custom_deploy.yaml file, see Pachyderm Deployment Manifest.

Deploy Your Cluster

You can either deploy manifests that you have created above or edit them to customize them further, before deploying.

If you decide to edit your manifest, you must consult with an experienced Kubernetes administrator. If you are attempting a highly customized deployment, use one of the Pachyderm support resources listed below.

To deploy your configuration, run the following command:

kubectl apply -f ./custom_deploy.yaml

Last update: April 5, 2021
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