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Allowing Custom Labels in SVC Templates (#597)
### Description of the change
The change allows users of this chart to specify custom labels for the HTTP & SSH Services that get deployed. They are optional and if given are added to the standard list of labels.

### Benefits
Certain use cases require labelling services to be able to select them in other places. Specifiying them directly in the helm chart avoids having to label by hand everytime.

Concrete Use Case Example: Cilium Layer 2 Announcements require selecting services to announce via labels (see [docs](https://docs.cilium.io/en/stable/network/l2-announcements/#service-selector)). I would like to add a label to the SSH service, but not the HTTP Service (which is handled via an ingress).

### Possible drawbacks
I don't see any, using this feature is optional :)

### Checklist

- [X] Parameters are documented in the `values.yaml` and added to the `README.md` using [readme-generator-for-helm](https://github.com/bitnami-labs/readme-generator-for-helm)
- [X] Breaking changes are documented in the `README.md`
- [X] Templating unittests are added

Co-authored-by: Remo Geissbühler <git@remogeissbuehler.ch>
Co-authored-by: justusbunsi <justusbunsi@noreply.gitea.com>
Reviewed-on: #597
Reviewed-by: pat-s <pat-s@noreply.gitea.com>
Reviewed-by: justusbunsi <justusbunsi@noreply.gitea.com>
Co-authored-by: remogeissbuehler <remogeissbuehler@noreply.gitea.com>
Co-committed-by: remogeissbuehler <remogeissbuehler@noreply.gitea.com>
2024-01-13 09:58:30 +00:00

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# Default values for gitea.
# This is a YAML-formatted file.
# Declare variables to be passed into your templates.
## @section Global
#
## @param global.imageRegistry global image registry override
## @param global.imagePullSecrets global image pull secrets override; can be extended by `imagePullSecrets`
## @param global.storageClass global storage class override
## @param global.hostAliases global hostAliases which will be added to the pod's hosts files
global:
imageRegistry: ""
## E.g.
## imagePullSecrets:
## - myRegistryKeySecretName
##
imagePullSecrets: []
storageClass: ""
hostAliases: []
# - ip: 192.168.137.2
# hostnames:
# - example.com
## @param replicaCount number of replicas for the deployment
replicaCount: 1
## @section strategy
## @param strategy.type strategy type
## @param strategy.rollingUpdate.maxSurge maxSurge
## @param strategy.rollingUpdate.maxUnavailable maxUnavailable
strategy:
type: "RollingUpdate"
rollingUpdate:
maxSurge: "100%"
maxUnavailable: 0
## @param clusterDomain cluster domain
clusterDomain: cluster.local
## @section Image
## @param image.registry image registry, e.g. gcr.io,docker.io
## @param image.repository Image to start for this pod
## @param image.tag Visit: [Image tag](https://hub.docker.com/r/gitea/gitea/tags?page=1&ordering=last_updated). Defaults to `appVersion` within Chart.yaml.
## @param image.digest Image digest. Allows to pin the given image tag. Useful for having control over mutable tags like `latest`
## @param image.pullPolicy Image pull policy
## @param image.rootless Wether or not to pull the rootless version of Gitea, only works on Gitea 1.14.x or higher
## @param image.fullOverride Completely overrides the image registry, path/image, tag and digest. **Adjust `image.rootless` accordingly and review [Rootless defaults](#rootless-defaults).**
image:
registry: ""
repository: gitea/gitea
# Overrides the image tag whose default is the chart appVersion.
tag: ""
digest: ""
pullPolicy: IfNotPresent
rootless: true
fullOverride: ""
## @param imagePullSecrets Secret to use for pulling the image
imagePullSecrets: []
## @section Security
# Security context is only usable with rootless image due to image design
## @param podSecurityContext.fsGroup Set the shared file system group for all containers in the pod.
podSecurityContext:
fsGroup: 1000
## @param containerSecurityContext Security context
containerSecurityContext: {}
# allowPrivilegeEscalation: false
# capabilities:
# drop:
# - ALL
# # Add the SYS_CHROOT capability for root and rootless images if you intend to
# # run pods on nodes that use the container runtime cri-o. Otherwise, you will
# # get an error message from the SSH server that it is not possible to read from
# # the repository.
# # https://gitea.com/gitea/helm-chart/issues/161
# add:
# - SYS_CHROOT
# privileged: false
# readOnlyRootFilesystem: true
# runAsGroup: 1000
# runAsNonRoot: true
# runAsUser: 1000
## @deprecated The securityContext variable has been split two:
## - containerSecurityContext
## - podSecurityContext.
## @param securityContext Run init and Gitea containers as a specific securityContext
securityContext: {}
## @param podDisruptionBudget Pod disruption budget
podDisruptionBudget: {}
# maxUnavailable: 1
# minAvailable: 1
## @section Service
service:
## @param service.http.type Kubernetes service type for web traffic
## @param service.http.port Port number for web traffic
## @param service.http.clusterIP ClusterIP setting for http autosetup for deployment is None
## @param service.http.loadBalancerIP LoadBalancer IP setting
## @param service.http.nodePort NodePort for http service
## @param service.http.externalTrafficPolicy If `service.http.type` is `NodePort` or `LoadBalancer`, set this to `Local` to enable source IP preservation
## @param service.http.externalIPs External IPs for service
## @param service.http.ipFamilyPolicy HTTP service dual-stack policy
## @param service.http.ipFamilies HTTP service dual-stack familiy selection,for dual-stack parameters see official kubernetes [dual-stack concept documentation](https://kubernetes.io/docs/concepts/services-networking/dual-stack/).
## @param service.http.loadBalancerSourceRanges Source range filter for http loadbalancer
## @param service.http.annotations HTTP service annotations
## @param service.http.labels HTTP service additional labels
http:
type: ClusterIP
port: 3000
clusterIP: None
loadBalancerIP:
nodePort:
externalTrafficPolicy:
externalIPs:
ipFamilyPolicy:
ipFamilies:
loadBalancerSourceRanges: []
annotations: {}
labels: {}
## @param service.ssh.type Kubernetes service type for ssh traffic
## @param service.ssh.port Port number for ssh traffic
## @param service.ssh.clusterIP ClusterIP setting for ssh autosetup for deployment is None
## @param service.ssh.loadBalancerIP LoadBalancer IP setting
## @param service.ssh.nodePort NodePort for ssh service
## @param service.ssh.externalTrafficPolicy If `service.ssh.type` is `NodePort` or `LoadBalancer`, set this to `Local` to enable source IP preservation
## @param service.ssh.externalIPs External IPs for service
## @param service.ssh.ipFamilyPolicy SSH service dual-stack policy
## @param service.ssh.ipFamilies SSH service dual-stack familiy selection,for dual-stack parameters see official kubernetes [dual-stack concept documentation](https://kubernetes.io/docs/concepts/services-networking/dual-stack/).
## @param service.ssh.hostPort HostPort for ssh service
## @param service.ssh.loadBalancerSourceRanges Source range filter for ssh loadbalancer
## @param service.ssh.annotations SSH service annotations
## @param service.ssh.labels SSH service additional labels
ssh:
type: ClusterIP
port: 22
clusterIP: None
loadBalancerIP:
nodePort:
externalTrafficPolicy:
externalIPs:
ipFamilyPolicy:
ipFamilies:
hostPort:
loadBalancerSourceRanges: []
annotations: {}
labels: {}
## @section Ingress
## @param ingress.enabled Enable ingress
## @param ingress.className Ingress class name
## @param ingress.annotations Ingress annotations
## @param ingress.hosts[0].host Default Ingress host
## @param ingress.hosts[0].paths[0].path Default Ingress path
## @param ingress.hosts[0].paths[0].pathType Ingress path type
## @param ingress.tls Ingress tls settings
## @extra ingress.apiVersion Specify APIVersion of ingress object. Mostly would only be used for argocd.
ingress:
enabled: false
# className: nginx
className:
annotations:
{}
# kubernetes.io/ingress.class: nginx
# kubernetes.io/tls-acme: "true"
hosts:
- host: git.example.com
paths:
- path: /
pathType: Prefix
tls: []
# - secretName: chart-example-tls
# hosts:
# - git.example.com
# Mostly for argocd or any other CI that uses `helm template | kubectl apply` or similar
# If helm doesn't correctly detect your ingress API version you can set it here.
# apiVersion: networking.k8s.io/v1
## @section deployment
#
## @param resources Kubernetes resources
resources:
{}
# We usually recommend not to specify default resources and to leave this as a conscious
# choice for the user. This also increases chances charts run on environments with little
# resources, such as Minikube. If you do want to specify resources, uncomment the following
# lines, adjust them as necessary, and remove the curly braces after 'resources:'.
# limits:
# cpu: 100m
# memory: 128Mi
# requests:
# cpu: 100m
# memory: 128Mi
## Use an alternate scheduler, e.g. "stork".
## ref: https://kubernetes.io/docs/tasks/administer-cluster/configure-multiple-schedulers/
##
## @param schedulerName Use an alternate scheduler, e.g. "stork"
schedulerName: ""
## @param nodeSelector NodeSelector for the deployment
nodeSelector: {}
## @param tolerations Tolerations for the deployment
tolerations: []
## @param affinity Affinity for the deployment
affinity: {}
## @param topologySpreadConstraints TopologySpreadConstraints for the deployment
topologySpreadConstraints: []
## @param dnsConfig dnsConfig for the deployment
dnsConfig: {}
## @param priorityClassName priorityClassName for the deployment
priorityClassName: ""
## @param deployment.env Additional environment variables to pass to containers
## @param deployment.terminationGracePeriodSeconds How long to wait until forcefully kill the pod
## @param deployment.labels Labels for the deployment
## @param deployment.annotations Annotations for the Gitea deployment to be created
deployment:
env:
[]
# - name: VARIABLE
# value: my-value
terminationGracePeriodSeconds: 60
labels: {}
annotations: {}
## @section ServiceAccount
## @param serviceAccount.create Enable the creation of a ServiceAccount
## @param serviceAccount.name Name of the created ServiceAccount, defaults to release name. Can also link to an externally provided ServiceAccount that should be used.
## @param serviceAccount.automountServiceAccountToken Enable/disable auto mounting of the service account token
## @param serviceAccount.imagePullSecrets Image pull secrets, available to the ServiceAccount
## @param serviceAccount.annotations Custom annotations for the ServiceAccount
## @param serviceAccount.labels Custom labels for the ServiceAccount
serviceAccount:
create: false
name: ""
automountServiceAccountToken: false
imagePullSecrets: []
# - name: private-registry-access
annotations: {}
labels: {}
## @section Persistence
#
## @param persistence.enabled Enable persistent storage
## @param persistence.create Whether to create the persistentVolumeClaim for shared storage
## @param persistence.mount Whether the persistentVolumeClaim should be mounted (even if not created)
## @param persistence.claimName Use an existing claim to store repository information
## @param persistence.size Size for persistence to store repo information
## @param persistence.accessModes AccessMode for persistence
## @param persistence.labels Labels for the persistence volume claim to be created
## @param persistence.annotations.helm.sh/resource-policy Resource policy for the persistence volume claim
## @param persistence.storageClass Name of the storage class to use
## @param persistence.subPath Subdirectory of the volume to mount at
## @param persistence.volumeName Name of persistent volume in PVC
persistence:
enabled: true
create: true
mount: true
claimName: gitea-shared-storage
size: 10Gi
accessModes:
- ReadWriteOnce
labels: {}
storageClass:
subPath:
volumeName: ""
annotations:
helm.sh/resource-policy: keep
## @param extraVolumes Additional volumes to mount to the Gitea deployment
extraVolumes: []
# - name: postgres-ssl-vol
# secret:
# secretName: gitea-postgres-ssl
## @param extraContainerVolumeMounts Mounts that are only mapped into the Gitea runtime/main container, to e.g. override custom templates.
extraContainerVolumeMounts: []
## @param extraInitVolumeMounts Mounts that are only mapped into the init-containers. Can be used for additional preconfiguration.
extraInitVolumeMounts: []
## @deprecated The extraVolumeMounts variable has been split two:
## - extraContainerVolumeMounts
## - extraInitVolumeMounts
## As an example, can be used to mount a client cert when connecting to an external Postgres server.
## @param extraVolumeMounts **DEPRECATED** Additional volume mounts for init containers and the Gitea main container
extraVolumeMounts: []
# - name: postgres-ssl-vol
# readOnly: true
# mountPath: "/pg-ssl"
## @section Init
## @param initPreScript Bash shell script copied verbatim to the start of the init-container.
initPreScript: ""
#
# initPreScript: |
# mkdir -p /data/git/.postgresql
# cp /pg-ssl/* /data/git/.postgresql/
# chown -R git:git /data/git/.postgresql/
# chmod 400 /data/git/.postgresql/postgresql.key
## @param initContainers.resources.limits initContainers.limits Kubernetes resource limits for init containers
## @param initContainers.resources.requests.cpu initContainers.requests.cpu Kubernetes cpu resource limits for init containers
## @param initContainers.resources.requests.memory initContainers.requests.memory Kubernetes memory resource limits for init containers
initContainers:
resources:
limits: {}
requests:
cpu: 100m
memory: 128Mi
# Configure commit/action signing prerequisites
## @section Signing
#
## @param signing.enabled Enable commit/action signing
## @param signing.gpgHome GPG home directory
## @param signing.privateKey Inline private gpg key for signed Gitea actions
## @param signing.existingSecret Use an existing secret to store the value of `signing.privateKey`
signing:
enabled: false
gpgHome: /data/git/.gnupg
privateKey: ""
# privateKey: |-
# -----BEGIN PGP PRIVATE KEY BLOCK-----
# ...
# -----END PGP PRIVATE KEY BLOCK-----
existingSecret: ""
## @section Gitea
#
gitea:
## @param gitea.admin.username Username for the Gitea admin user
## @param gitea.admin.existingSecret Use an existing secret to store admin user credentials
## @param gitea.admin.password Password for the Gitea admin user
## @param gitea.admin.email Email for the Gitea admin user
admin:
# existingSecret: gitea-admin-secret
existingSecret:
username: gitea_admin
password: r8sA8CPHD9!bt6d
email: "gitea@local.domain"
## @param gitea.metrics.enabled Enable Gitea metrics
## @param gitea.metrics.serviceMonitor.enabled Enable Gitea metrics service monitor
metrics:
enabled: false
serviceMonitor:
enabled: false
# additionalLabels:
# prometheus-release: prom1
## @param gitea.ldap LDAP configuration
ldap:
[]
# - name: "LDAP 1"
# existingSecret:
# securityProtocol:
# host:
# port:
# userSearchBase:
# userFilter:
# adminFilter:
# emailAttribute:
# bindDn:
# bindPassword:
# usernameAttribute:
# publicSSHKeyAttribute:
# Either specify inline `key` and `secret` or refer to them via `existingSecret`
## @param gitea.oauth OAuth configuration
oauth:
[]
# - name: 'OAuth 1'
# provider:
# key:
# secret:
# existingSecret:
# autoDiscoverUrl:
# useCustomUrls:
# customAuthUrl:
# customTokenUrl:
# customProfileUrl:
# customEmailUrl:
## @param gitea.config.server.SSH_PORT SSH port for rootlful Gitea image
## @param gitea.config.server.SSH_LISTEN_PORT SSH port for rootless Gitea image
config:
# APP_NAME: "Gitea: Git with a cup of tea"
# RUN_MODE: dev
server:
SSH_PORT: 22 # rootful image
SSH_LISTEN_PORT: 2222 # rootless image
#
# security:
# PASSWORD_COMPLEXITY: spec
## @param gitea.additionalConfigSources Additional configuration from secret or configmap
additionalConfigSources: []
# - secret:
# secretName: gitea-app-ini-oauth
# - configMap:
# name: gitea-app-ini-plaintext
## @param gitea.additionalConfigFromEnvs Additional configuration sources from environment variables
additionalConfigFromEnvs: []
## @param gitea.podAnnotations Annotations for the Gitea pod
podAnnotations: {}
## @param gitea.ssh.logLevel Configure OpenSSH's log level. Only available for root-based Gitea image.
ssh:
logLevel: "INFO"
## @section LivenessProbe
#
## @param gitea.livenessProbe.enabled Enable liveness probe
## @param gitea.livenessProbe.tcpSocket.port Port to probe for liveness
## @param gitea.livenessProbe.initialDelaySeconds Initial delay before liveness probe is initiated
## @param gitea.livenessProbe.timeoutSeconds Timeout for liveness probe
## @param gitea.livenessProbe.periodSeconds Period for liveness probe
## @param gitea.livenessProbe.successThreshold Success threshold for liveness probe
## @param gitea.livenessProbe.failureThreshold Failure threshold for liveness probe
# Modify the liveness probe for your needs or completely disable it by commenting out.
livenessProbe:
enabled: true
tcpSocket:
port: http
initialDelaySeconds: 200
timeoutSeconds: 1
periodSeconds: 10
successThreshold: 1
failureThreshold: 10
## @section ReadinessProbe
#
## @param gitea.readinessProbe.enabled Enable readiness probe
## @param gitea.readinessProbe.tcpSocket.port Port to probe for readiness
## @param gitea.readinessProbe.initialDelaySeconds Initial delay before readiness probe is initiated
## @param gitea.readinessProbe.timeoutSeconds Timeout for readiness probe
## @param gitea.readinessProbe.periodSeconds Period for readiness probe
## @param gitea.readinessProbe.successThreshold Success threshold for readiness probe
## @param gitea.readinessProbe.failureThreshold Failure threshold for readiness probe
# Modify the readiness probe for your needs or completely disable it by commenting out.
readinessProbe:
enabled: true
tcpSocket:
port: http
initialDelaySeconds: 5
timeoutSeconds: 1
periodSeconds: 10
successThreshold: 1
failureThreshold: 3
# # Uncomment the startup probe to enable and modify it for your needs.
## @section StartupProbe
#
## @param gitea.startupProbe.enabled Enable startup probe
## @param gitea.startupProbe.tcpSocket.port Port to probe for startup
## @param gitea.startupProbe.initialDelaySeconds Initial delay before startup probe is initiated
## @param gitea.startupProbe.timeoutSeconds Timeout for startup probe
## @param gitea.startupProbe.periodSeconds Period for startup probe
## @param gitea.startupProbe.successThreshold Success threshold for startup probe
## @param gitea.startupProbe.failureThreshold Failure threshold for startup probe
startupProbe:
enabled: false
tcpSocket:
port: http
initialDelaySeconds: 60
timeoutSeconds: 1
periodSeconds: 10
successThreshold: 1
failureThreshold: 10
## @section redis-cluster
## @param redis-cluster.enabled Enable redis
## @param redis-cluster.usePassword Whether to use password authentication
## @param redis-cluster.cluster.nodes Number of redis cluster master nodes
## @param redis-cluster.cluster.replicas Number of redis cluster master node replicas
redis-cluster:
enabled: true
usePassword: false
cluster:
nodes: 3 # default: 6
replicas: 0 # default: 1
## @section postgresql-ha
#
## @param postgresql-ha.enabled Enable postgresql-ha
## @param postgresql-ha.postgresql.password Password for the `gitea` user (overrides `auth.password`)
## @param postgresql-ha.global.postgresql.database Name for a custom database to create (overrides `auth.database`)
## @param postgresql-ha.global.postgresql.username Name for a custom user to create (overrides `auth.username`)
## @param postgresql-ha.global.postgresql.password Name for a custom password to create (overrides `auth.password`)
## @param postgresql-ha.postgresql.repmgrPassword Repmgr Password
## @param postgresql-ha.postgresql.postgresPassword postgres Password
## @param postgresql-ha.pgpool.adminPassword pgpool adminPassword
## @param postgresql-ha.service.ports.postgresql postgresql service port (overrides `service.ports.postgresql`)
## @param postgresql-ha.primary.persistence.size PVC Storage Request for postgresql-ha volume
postgresql-ha:
global:
postgresql:
database: gitea
password: gitea
username: gitea
enabled: true
postgresql:
repmgrPassword: changeme2
postgresPassword: changeme1
password: changeme4
pgpool:
adminPassword: changeme3
service:
ports:
postgresql: 5432
primary:
persistence:
size: 10Gi
## @section PostgreSQL
#
## @param postgresql.enabled Enable PostgreSQL
## @param postgresql.global.postgresql.auth.password Password for the `gitea` user (overrides `auth.password`)
## @param postgresql.global.postgresql.auth.database Name for a custom database to create (overrides `auth.database`)
## @param postgresql.global.postgresql.auth.username Name for a custom user to create (overrides `auth.username`)
## @param postgresql.global.postgresql.service.ports.postgresql PostgreSQL service port (overrides `service.ports.postgresql`)
## @param postgresql.primary.persistence.size PVC Storage Request for PostgreSQL volume
postgresql:
enabled: false
global:
postgresql:
auth:
password: gitea
database: gitea
username: gitea
service:
ports:
postgresql: 5432
primary:
persistence:
size: 10Gi
# By default, removed or moved settings that still remain in a user defined values.yaml will cause Helm to fail running the install/update.
# Set it to false to skip this basic validation check.
## @section Advanced
## @param checkDeprecation Set it to false to skip this basic validation check.
## @param test.enabled Set it to false to disable test-connection Pod.
## @param test.image.name Image name for the wget container used in the test-connection Pod.
## @param test.image.tag Image tag for the wget container used in the test-connection Pod.
checkDeprecation: true
test:
enabled: true
image:
name: busybox
tag: latest
## @param extraDeploy Array of extra objects to deploy with the release
##
extraDeploy: []